Come hike one of Guatemala’s most active volcanoes on this tour. The Pacaya Volcano is located in the Central Highlands of Guatemala.
- 5 hrs
- Available Days:
- Every day
- 8:30 AM
- Hotel Transport Included
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
The Pacaya Volcano erupts fairly regularly, emitting ash and lava from its top. The activity varies from day to day, but tour participants have a good chance of seeing eruptions while on this tour. The tour is safe and led by professional local guides.
Travelers are picked up at their hotel and transported by mini-bus to the Pacaya Volcano National Park. The trails here are well maintained but steep—the trail up Pacaya is 2.3 miles long. As you ascend you’ll pass through forests, farmland, and old lava flows. You’ll walk along dirt trails and loose ash, so be sure to wear study shoes.
At the summit you’ll enjoy wonderful views of the volcano’s main vent, which may be spewing ash, rocks, or lava. Have your camera handy to capture the eruptions! Rest assured, you’ll be at a safe distance and out of harm’s way. During this hike you will also get great views of the surrounding area.
After descending the volcano you’ll be driven back to your hotel.
The Pacaya Volcano is one of Guatemala’s most active volcanoes. Rising to a height of 8,373-feet (2,552-m), the Pacaya Volcano makes for a convenient day trip from Guatemala City or Antigua. The volcano was granted national park status in 2001.
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Pacaya Volcano is one of Guatemala’s many active volcanoes – sometimes you might just see steam, while other days you might see lava spewing from the caldera. This overnight hike lets you watch the sunrise over the volcanoes. From the summit, you’ll have a tremendous view of the surroundings, including Acatenango Volcano and Fuego Volcano in the distance.
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