It offers the best landscape for visitors arriving in Panajachel, formed by 3 majestic volcanoes that adorn and form a wonderful view
In the same, in the middle of a thick tropical forest is a natural limestone bridge of about 300 meters long through which the Cahabón River flows and in its surroundings there are a lot of pools of 1 to 3 m deep , whose color turquoise green or jade color changes throughout the year varying with the weather, the sun and other natural factors
Antigua Guatemala is a colonial city that offers romance, beautiful landscapes, cobblestone streets and endless places to visit and live a better experience of culture, gastronomy and being with the tranquility that characterizes Antigua.
Tikal is the largest excavated site in the Americas and contains some of the most fascinating archaeological remains of the ancient Mayan civilization. It is the most famous natural and cultural reserve in Guatemala and was declared a national park in 1955 and a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1979.
Tikal remained a mystery for centuries, after being abandoned abruptly by the Mayas more than 1000 years ago and covered by a relentless jungle. Only one legend survived among the natives over a lost city, where their ancestors had reached a high cultural development. In 1848 the legend faded away, ushering in an era of exciting discoveries.
Guatemala is home to approximately 38 volcanoes, of which 5 are active, which offer a unique adventure in life, excellent scenery and wonderful memories that are shared with this passion for climbing volcanoes
Semuc Champey (where the river hides under the stones), is a natural enclave located near the Guatemalan municipality of Lanquín (12 km south of Lanquín), in the department of Alta Verapaz, Guatemala. In the same, in the middle of a thick tropical forest is a natural limestone bridge of about 300 meters long through which the Cahabón River flows and in its surroundings there are a lot of pools of 1 to 3 m deep , whose turquoise color or jade color changes throughout the year, varying with the weather, the sun and other natural factors. At the end you can see the Cahabón river as it enters a limestone cavern, a very dangerous area to approach within the river due to the force of the water, it is only possible to observe at a distance this natural geographical phenomenon
Antigua Guatemala (generally known as Antigua) is a city in the central mountains of Guatemala, next to the Agua, Fuego and Acatenango volcanoes that surround it. It is famous for its well preserved Spanish Renaissance architecture with Baroque facades of the New World, as well as a large number of spectacular church ruins. It has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979.