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About our Guatemala Tours

Discover the stunning country of Guatemala, brimming with lush jungle, smouldering volcanoes, charming colonial villages, and stunning highland lakes. Surprisingly off the heavily travelled tourist route, Guatemala is a treasure in Central America. home of Antigua, a charming colonial town tucked between three volcanoes. Possibly one of the most beautiful lakes in the world is Lake Atitlan. And magnificent Tikal, which is considered to be the best Mayan city in the world, is located in the middle of the rainforest.

Our group tours of Guatemala cover all the must-see attractions of this amazing place as well as its neighbours in Central America. Start arranging your trip across Central America right now, including Nicaragua, Panama, and Costa Rica! Take one of our tours to see Guatemala's breathtaking scenery!

Guatemala Group Tours

Our group excursions to Guatemala cover the must-see sights, including Tikal and Antigua. They also travel to many other nations in Central America, such as Belize, Costa Rica, and Nicaragua. These well-rounded itineraries offer the ideal means of discovering the vibrant region of Central America, complete with escorted tours by a local tour guide and accommodations in conveniently placed 3–4 star hotels!

Frequently asked questions

When is the best time to visit Guatemala?

Guatemala experiences a hot wet season and a cooler dry season and can be visited during both parts of the year. Generally, the cooler, drier season from October to March is the more popular time to visit. There's more information in our guide on when to visit.

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Best of Guatemala

The most well-known site in Guatemala is perhaps the ancient Mayan city of Tikal, remains that date back many millennia. The dazzling waters of Lake Atitlan and the cobblestone walkways of ancient Antigua are just two of the nation's many features. These are a few of the top locations you may find on our trips and packages across Guatemala.

Antigua

The cobbled streets of colonial Antigua stretch out between colourful buildings which house chic boutiques, handicraft shops and sublime restaurants. From the town a number of volcanoes can be seen, including the legendary Pacaya and the enormous Acatenango, both of which can be conquered in a day. The town is also well known for its incredibly vast market which sells everything from food to hammocks to sandals.

Tikal National Park

You could travel the world a hundred times over but you would be unlikely to find a more stunning set of ruins. Sunrise or sunset tours are the best way to make the most of a trip to this ancient site as the vista from the top of the tallest temple as the sun emerges or disappears behind the extensive jungle landscape is utterly breathtaking. Incidentally, part of Star Wars was also filmed at Tikal, contributing further to its worldwide fame.

Lake Atitlan

Surrounded by stunning Mayan villages, each with their own distinct personality and filled with locals sporting traditional local garments, Lake Atitlan is a hub of beauty and culture and should be a stop on every Guatemalan itinerary. Exploring the lake by kayak is a popular activity here, as is taking a trip to the Atitlan Nature Reserve. This destination can be explored by walking along the series of hanging bridges.

Rio Dulce

Charmingly translated as the ‘Sweet River’, Rio Dulce is a natural wonder that winds its way from Lake Izbal, through the vibrant Caribbean town of Livingston, all the way to the Caribbean Sea. It's a popular sailing destination, and for those who prefer their water on the warmer side, the hot springs make a great day trip.

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