Get your hiking boots on and prepare yourself for another fantastic Guatemalan experience. The powerful and dramatic landscape of Acatenango’s twin peaks will leave you inspired and humbled at every turn. Much more challenging than Pacaya, it’s well worth the effort just to see Acatenango’s overpowering beauty. This captivating trip takes two days and one night. Day 1 takes you up the lower peak in around 6-8 hours. With Fuego Volcano right next door, you might even get a free fireworks show as the evening sets in. Day 2, at around 3am starts and takes you to the higher peak in a similar time. The summit view of Guatemala’s Pacific coast and arc of volcanoes will leave you literally (at 3976m/13045ft) and figuratively breathless. Get an entirely new perspective on this amazing world with THGuatemala.
Overflowing with history and world-class colonial architecture, Antigua is a highlight of any trip to Guatemala.
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Semi-private hike. Pacaya is an unforgettable adventure in the genuine sense of the word. The hike up one of Guatemala’s most active volcanoes is an unmissable experience. About an hour’s drive from Antigua, it’s a hike of moderate difficulty which most reasonably fit people can do. The hike up and down takes around 6 hours which includes time spent at the peak. Pacaya is awe-inspiring, surreal and put simply a one-off experience. The combination of seeing nature’s power being used to toast marshmallows (bags can be bought at Pacaya’s start point) will leave you scratching your head in wonder on many levels. Have an experience to remember with THGuatemala.
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An Old World full of New Discoveries
A 13-day and 12-night tour (with a flexible schedule) of Guatemala’s highlights.
This package gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself in everything this mystical land has to offer.
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Overflowing with history and world-class colonial architecture, Antigua is a highlight of any trip to Guatemala. This wonderfully preserved UNESCO world heritage site used to be Guatemala’s capital. It was the economic, political, religious and cultural centre of the country until the devasting earthquake of 1773. Antigua Guatemala is located an hour far from Guatemala City