See the sights of Antigua City, coffee farm, shopping, volcanoes and colonial architecture during this 6-hour tour. Get you onboard your air conditioned transportation at the port and your exploration of Guatemala begins. As you head towards Antigua City, your guide will give you interesting information not only about the city but also his native...Read more
Antigua Guatemala is located just 1:15 hours from Puerto Quetzal in Guatemala. Founded in 1543, Antigua remains very similar to its original layout. Once, the capital for the Spanish kingdom established in Central America now is considered a heritage´s world site according to Unesco since 1979 and also one of the most charming and safest cities...Read more
Depart from Puerto Quetzal and enjoy the amazing Antigua Guatemala. This city is outstanding and the best-preserved colonial city in Latin America. Tourists visit Antigua, Guatemala every year from around the world to enjoy its natural beauty and historical monuments. The Spanish Colonial style permeates every part of the town: its houses,...Read more
Board your AC minivan to enjoy a scenic 90-minutes narrated drive to Antigua through Guatemala's Pacific Plains cultivated with sugar cane. Then the route climbs and the landscape transforms to volcanic scenery and magnificent arabica coffee farms as you approach to La Antigua declared a “World Heritage Site” by UNESCO. Upon arrival comfort...Read more
Our tour is unique because we visit a traditional Mayan village around Antigua Guatemala where fabrics are made in the ancient ways and visit Antigua Guatemala with its Old colonial architecture and watch how jade is formed. The route to Antigua have has a wonderful scenic panorama of the Pacific lowlands considered a mythical land between...Read more
On this tour enjoy, enjoy the natural wetlands and mangroves of the Pacific Ocean, Guatemala. The water channels of this area are full of birds, exotic plants and green vegetation. Your guide, an expert in bird watching, will indicate the variety that you will be spotting during the tour. Since these are lazy water channels; your kayaking...Read more
Embark on a scenic 90-minute drive to La Antigua Guatemala that takes guests trough the Guatemala’s Pacific Lowlands Plains first and then behold the spectacular climb to the Range of Volcanoes where this UNESCO’s WORLD HERITAGE SITE is at 5000 feet high above sea level.
Upon arrival visit Hotel Casa Santo Domingo whose facilty counts...Read more
Just 2 hours from "Puerto Quetzal" Cruise Terminal. Pacaya Volcano is one of the easiest available active volcano hikes in Guatemala. Its smooth activity allows visitors to approach the Lava coals, the smoking cone, and enjoy the great views of other Volcanoes, lake Amatitlán and the City.
It gives you perfect time to enjoy an extreme...Read more
Spend the day learning about the ancient Maya people, their history and culture at the mystical Iximche ruins, the last capital city of the Mayas. Enjoy views of the indigenous western highlands of Guatemala. Once you arrive you'll be amazed at this tranquil site. Iximche, which means "place of the sacred trees of corn," is lush and vibrant....Read more
We will depart to the Heritage City of Antigua Guatemala as soon as you leave the cruise ship. Get amazed by its warm and lovely people, their traditions, the combination of indigenous people from around the country, and visitors from around the world. This city of almost 500 years will impress you with its colonial architecture, nice gardens,...Read more
We are going to explore the Antigua Guatemala Market (we will learn about the history of the grains, vegetables and fruits). The main foods that were in Mesoamerica before the Conquest were corn, beans, squash, cacao and chili and to remember a bit our past we will have the opportunity to be in touch with local people and will learn how to make...Read more
Antigua Guatemala is outstanding and the best-preserved colonial city in Latin America. Tourists visit Antigua Guatemala every year from around the world to enjoy its natural beauty and historic monuments. The Spanish Colonial style permeates every part of the town: its houses, churches, squares, parks and ruins, also its traditions and folklore...Read more
Explore Guatemala’s most visited volcano on a drive of 1 and a half hour from Puerto Quetzal then take a three hours hike to be part of a tour considered one of the ten most adventurous in the world by National Geographic, encounter lava rivers, connect with ecology, understand its relation with the landscape and economy of the región. Delight...Read more