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Pacaya (volcano)

Pacaya (volcano) – located an hour (46 km) south of the capital, this is an active volcano that has erupted 26 times since the beginning of Spanish colonial rule in the country. At a height of 2,552 meters, its attracts its share of international hikers and other eco-tourists, due to its relative proximity to the […]

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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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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 […]

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Santa Catalina Arch

Santa Catalina Arch (5th North Avenue, Antigua) – the Santa Catalina Arch is One of the distinguishable landmarks in Antigua, located on 5th Avenue North. Build in In the 17th century, it originally connected the convent of Santa Catalina with a school, specifically cloistered nuns to move from one building to another without leaving Street […]

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Livingston

Livingston (town) — Livingston is home to the Garifuna, a mixed indigenous and African people with their own food, language, and culture. Also here are English and Creole-speaking people of West Indian descent. They mix it up with the Garifuna to make a place unlike anywhere else in Guatemala. Most people pass through Livingston without […]