Tikal: National Park encompasses 575 square kilometres of jungle and thousands of ruined structures.
The central part of the ancient city alone contains 3,000 buildings and covers about 16 square kilometers.
Antigua Guatemala: It is among the world’s best conserved colonial cities, it is a magic and captivating small town that makes you feel time might have stopped some 300 years ago.
Semu Champeya series of turquoise water pools suspended on a natural land bridge under which the river passes. Recommended for those adventurous people who loves nature.
The Lanquín Caves: It is an enormous and beautiful complex containing countless chambers and beautiful limestone formations. The complex is huge and has never been fully explored.
Pacaya volcano: If you have you dreamed about touching the lava, this is the opportunity.
Quetzaltenango or Xela: The second most important city in Guatemala,perfect to study Spanish As A second language.
Hot Springs: Fuentes Georginas, a superb natural spa in a spectacular setting. With four pools of varying temperatures are fed by hot sulfur springs and framed by a steep, high wall of tropical vines, ferns and flowers.
Chicabal lagoon and Volcano: It is considered to be one of the most sacred ecological sites in the Mayan Cosmo vision. They are used for carrying out rituals and ceremonies, especially praying for rain.
Lake Atitlan: Lake Atitlán is the most beautiful lake in the world. It is surrounded by craggy mountains and three traditionally shaped volcanoes.
Waterfals La Igualdad: Noted as some of the highest in Guatemala and Central America, are located on the slopes of the Tajumulco volcano. The site has a wide variety of flora, fauna and offers the opportunity to bathe in hot springs.