Guatemala Cultural

Visit the main tourist sites of Guatemala such as Antigua and Panajachel, enjoy incredible activities such as a tour of the Colonial City of Antigua, a boat ride on Lake Atitlan and even free time at the most important handicrafts market in the region.

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After arrival in Guatemala City, our team will meet the tourists at La Aurora International Airport and transfer them to the city of Antigua Guatemala, which will take approximately one hour.

Once in Antigua, tourists will enjoy their accommodation in the colonial city. The next day, after breakfast at the hotel, the day will be dedicated to exploring every corner of Antigua Guatemala. This cultural walk will include visits to the ruins, museums, monasteries, markets, art galleries and plazas of the city. During the tour, you will visit points of interest such as the Church of San Francisco, the Central Plaza, the City Hall, the Cathedral and its ruins, the Arch Street, the Church of La Merced, the Chocolate Museum and the Central Market. The day will include breakfast and the cultural tour.

The third day of the Guatemala adventure will begin after breakfast at the hotel. Tourists will head to the heart of the country's highlands, enjoying the beautiful landscapes full of vegetation, flowers and villages that capture the history of the region through paintings and local handicrafts. The trip will take approximately one hour, and you will stop at the colorful and traditional market of the Quiche Mayan villages. The aroma of flowers and incense will create a magical atmosphere in this ancient indigenous commercial process. In the afternoon, you will transfer to Panajachel, which will take about an hour. The day will include breakfast and ground transfers.

The fourth day will begin after breakfast at the hotel in Panajachel. Tourists will board a boat for a 30-minute scenic ride on Lake Atitlan, which will take them to the village of San Juan La Laguna. There, they will visit the textile ladies' cooperative, who will demonstrate their backstrap loom weaving technique and the natural dyeing process. They will also visit the studios of local naïf art painters. You will then continue the tour to the town of Santiago Atitlan, where you will visit the Mayan God "Maximon" to learn about the spiritualism and beliefs of the Mayan T'zutujiles. The day will include breakfast and a tour of Lake Atitlan.

The last day of the Guatemala adventure will begin with breakfast at the hotel in Panajachel. Then, tourists will be transferred to the Guatemala International Airport, which will take approximately three hours. The day will include breakfast and transfer to the airport. This will be the end of the tour.