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Volcán de Agua (Antigua)

Volcan de Agua (Antigua) — this volcano looms over Antigua. Most tourists, enjoying a latte in one of Antigua’s coffee shops, will think about hiking Volcan de Agua, but never take that step. Don’t be that guy! A word of warning: Volcan de Agua has a reputation for robberies on the hiking trail. To climb […]

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Tikal (ancient city)

Tikal (ancient city): the name of this unique city means “place of voices” and is one of the largest known Mayan cities so far. It has been a cultural and natural world World Heritage since 1979. This site has more than 3,000 archaeological sites. Elements, a city that exists between the pre-classic and classic periods. […]

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Semuc Champey

Semuc Champey — Semuc Champey is a section of the Cahabon River in the rainforests of eastern Guatemala. The scenery is spectacular. A natural limestone bridge crosses over a series of turquoise pools in the river descending from each other in little waterfalls. The area offers great tubing and could be the most beautiful natural […]

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Sierra del Lacandon National Park

Sierra del Lacandon National Park — located in the northermost part of the country (near Chiapas, Mexico) , this park has an extension of 95,529 hectares and was declared a protected area in 1990. It’s one of the areas with the greatest diversity of species in the world, consisting of over 870 species between plants […]

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Rio Dulce (river)

Rio Dulce (river) – this river, completely contained within the department of Izabal, leads to the country’s Atlantic coast, and is proximate to neighboring countries Belize and Honduras. It is part of a lake and river system that has become a popular cruising sailboat destination. The river begins at the point where it flows out […]

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Uaxactún

Uaxactún – located 24 km. outside of Tikal, Uaxactún is considered one of the oldest cities in the Mayan Empire, dating from the pre-classic and classical periods. The architectural evolution of the Mayan lowlands is evident, and one can find inscriptions that date from 328 A.D. to 899 A.D. in different stone columns. This Mayan […]