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Puerto San José, Guatemala C.A.

Puerto San José, Guatemala C.A.

Local fishermen in its own environment. Originalmente era conocido como El Zapote, el cual era una zona de salinas, el muelle se funda en 1853. San José esta ubicado en la costa sur de nuestro país a una altura de 4 msnm. A solo 1 hora y ½ de...

Guatemala City

Guatemala City

Guatemala City was established in 1776. It is the fourth location for the capital of Guatemala. The city is divided in 21 zones. The altitude is 1500 meters above sea level or approximately 4,900 feet. In zone 1 is the old historic center. The Mayor Plaza in Guatemala City...

Pacaya Volcano

Pacaya Volcano

Guatemala has 38 volcanoes. Five of them are active and the Pacaya volcano is one of them. While visiting this volcano you can have the unique experience of standing three or four meters from a river of lava. This is a once in a lifetime adventure that you will...

Chichicastenango

Chichicastenango

Chichicastenango is one of the most visited tourist destinations of the highlands in Guatemala. Located in Quiche, Chichi contains enormous cultural and traditional riches. Here you will appreciate the most famous colorful open-air market in Guatemala. In Chichi, the indigenous Maya of the highlands sell their products and traditional...

Atitlan Lake

Atitlan Lake

One of our largest lakes in Central America, Lake Atitlan covers over 125 square kilometers and is surrounded by three amazing volcanoes and twelve Mayas communities. Lake Atitlan is the deepest lake in Central America at 340 meters or 1,115 feet. The lake is volcanic in origin, filling an enormous caldera formed...

Tikal National Park

Tikal National Park

The name “Tikal” means “Place of Voices” or “Place of Tongues” in Maya. The ancient city of Tikal is located in the department of Petén. Tikal was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1979. Tikal was the capital of a conquest state that became one of the most powerful kingdoms...

Antigua Guatemala

Antigua Guatemala

Founded by Spanish conquistadors in 1543, Antigua retains many historic edifices that qualify it as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Antigua is of the oldest and best-preserved Latin American cities. Church ruins and immaculate New Baroque-style Spanish architecture characterize this popular Guatemalan attraction. Antigua Guatemala was originally referred to as Santiago de los...