Volcanes de Guatemala

El paisaje Guatemalteco está cubierto con todo tipo de volcanes, muchos de los cuales se extienden a lo largo de la columna de la cordillera Sierra Madre en la parte occidental del país. Aquí, los volcanes son enormes, poderosos e impresionantes — algunos incluso escupen cenizas y lava regularmente. Durante el alojamiento en algunos de estos destinos, los viajeros podrán interactuar con los volcanes en un sinnúmero de formas. Esto podría traducirse en escalar los volcanes hasta su cumbre, o practicar kayaking en un lago adyacente. Una cosa es segura: las fotografías que logre capturar, serán dignas de enmarcar.

Antigua Guatemala
Antigua

Central Highlands

Fuego Volcano is possible to visit on days when its eruptions aren’t too dangerous — it’s common to see thick clouds of smoke billowing from its crater. Climb the peak of Acatenango on a hike for the best views of Fuego Volcano in the distance. You can also opt for a more challenging trek on an overnight adventure on Pacaya Volcano.

Lake Atitlan Guatemala
Lake Atitlan

Western Highlands

Hike to the top of San Pedro Volcano for a gorgeous view of the lake. This hike requires a guide and takes you through several different types of environments — you'll get a look at local farm life when you make your way through a coffee plantation and a corn field. Scenic lookouts offer beautiful spots to take a break and get your first taste of the incredible view. You can do a longer, 7 hour hike to the peak of Lake Atitlán, which offers a similarly astounding view. At Atitlán, you also have the option of an overnight version for the chance to camp on the volcano.