Areas in our round trips through Guatemala
Guatemala has an age-old culture with colonial cities, authentic villages, colorful populations and Mayan cities. The country also has an untouched nature with extensive lakes and active volcanoes. It is possible to spot countless bird species in the mist and rainforests. Below is an explanation of a number of areas that you can discover during our trips through Guatemala.
In the first place, Antigua is often the starting point of any round trip to Guatemala. This city is only a 45 minute drive from the capital Guatemala City. Antigua is a colorful and colonial city with many attractions. First, stroll through the cobbled streets past the atmospheric squares, colorful buildings, Baroque churches and ancient ruins. Also check out Antigua’s most photographed landmark, the Arco de Santa Catalina. In addition, enjoy the view of the city and the nearby Agua volcano from the Cerro de la Cruz. Finally, climb the volcanoes Pacaya and Acatenango and visit the local (souvenir) market. At last, take a tour of a local coffee plantation.