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Temple IV in Tikal.

Also known as the Temple of the Serpent Doubleheaded, Guatemala’s biggest attraction constitutes one of the most emblematic structures of the Mayan civilization. The temple was built during the reign of Yik’in Chan Ka’wil, the number 27 ruler of the city dynasty around 741 D. This ruler’s victories over other kingdoms located to the east […]

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Parque Tikal Guatemala.

Tikal is one of the largest urban centers of pre-Columbian Mayan civilization. It is located in the municipality of Flores in the Department of Petén, in the current territory of the Republic of Guatemala and is part of the Tikal National Park, which was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1979. According to […]

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Semuc Champey

SEMUC Champey was declared in 1999 Natural Monument by the then President of the Republic of Guatemala, Álvaro Arzú Irigoyen and it is very close geographically to the national Park Grutas de Lanquín with which it shares a center of visitors to give Tourist coverage. It is a natural enclave located near the Guatemalan municipality […]

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Hotel Casa Santo Domingo

It is a luxurious 5-star hotel that is located in a former convent a 10 minute walk from the center of Antigua Guatemala. In the 17th century, the convent of Santo Domingo was one of the largest in the Americas and in 1773, the Santa Marta earthquake destroyed it almost entirely. In 1989 began the […]

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Xetulul Amusement Park. Guatemala.

Xetulul is a theme park in Guatemala. It is located in the Department of Retalhuleu, in the southwestern part of the country. Inaugurated in 2002, it is the third largest amusement park in Latin America, after Beto Carrero World in Penha, Santa Catarina, Brazil and SIX flags Mexico near Mexico City, Mexico. Xetutul is associated […]

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Lake Atitlan.

Lake Atitlan is one of the most beautiful places in Guatemala and perhaps, all over Central America. The word “Atitlán” translates as among the waters and it is a lake of volcanic origin that nowadays is surrounded by villages of all kinds that for decades attract all the travelers who are encouraged to know Guatemala. […]

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Paseo Cayalá.

About 11 kilometres from Guatemala City, the route finally runs into imposing white stucco walls, a huge iron gate behind which there is another city. Cayalá City is a destination where you can enjoy nature, the comforts of modern life, with access to various buildings for religious, cultural and recreational activities of the community. Here […]

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Santa Maria Volcano.

The Santa Maria volcano is a large dormant volcano in the mountainous area of western Guatemala, near the city of Quetzaltenango. Its eruption in 1902 was one of the three largest eruptions of the twentieth century and the third largest eruption of that year, after Mount Pelée in Martinique and the Soufrière in San Vicente. […]

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San Pedro volcano.

The San Pedro volcano has stunning views over the Great Lake Atitlan and a medium-difficulty trekking through lush vegetation. It is a stratovolcano located on the southwest side of the caldera of Lake Atitlan in Guatemala. It has an altitude of 3020 MASL. The town of San Pedro la Laguna, in the Department of Sololá, […]

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Main destinations

Guatemala receives about two million tourists annually. In recent years there has been the visit of many cruise ships that touch important seaports of Guatemala, which involves the visit of more tourists to the country. In its territory are fascinating Mayan archaeological enclaves Tikal, Quiriguá, Iximché, and in Guatemala city. As natural beauty destinations you […]