Guatemala City Tours and Activities
This safari started as a way to protect Guatemala’s native endangered species. It has expanded to include a wide variety of species from Africa and other continents. Most of the animals here live in wide-open spaces, free from enclosures. Plants like orchids and butterfly trees make it a beautiful space for the animals to inhabit.
Cayala ecological park is part of Guatemala City’s metropolitan green belt. Green belts are sometimes referred to as the “lungs” of a city – a sizeable population of trees in an urban area has a demonstrably beneficial effect on air quality.
Just outside of Guatemala City, a 19th-century farm has transformed itself into an ecological safe haven. Finca Santiago functions as an ecotourism site, creating a safe zone for 17 acres (7 ha) of wildlife. Proceeds from tourism go towards the preservation of the surrounding mountain forests.
Cerro Alux covers 13,270 acres (5,3270 ha) just outside of Guatemala City. This ecological reserve is known for its unspoiled tract of pine oak forest, and a clean water supply that helps quench the local population. Cerro Alux is also a federally-maintained Important Bird Area (IBA).
The 8,373-foot (2,552-m) Pacaya Volcano looms large over Lake Amatitlán. About an hour’s drive from Antigua, this volcano makes for a convenient day trip while visiting the area or an OVERNIGHT safe adventure experience. Pacaya is active and tends to spew ash and lava on a fairly consistent basis. Some days the activity is limited to quiet steam emissions, while other days see full-blown explosions.
On the first day of your journey, you’ll start your exploration of the area’s wildlife on a trail through the jungle of the Tikal National Park. Eventually you will come to a clearing, scattered with the stony ruins of Mayan temples and palaces. You have arrived at Tikal, home to one of the most prominent dynasties during the Mayan classic period. OPTIONAL only Professional Bird guide, lunch ,entrance fee to site.
This tour takes travelers to the top natural and cultural attractions in the southeastern portion of Guatemala. In total, you'll visit Semuc Champey, the Lanquín Caves, Cobán, Copán, Quiriguá, Lívingston, and the San Felipe Castle.
This 3-night, 4-day tour explores some of the best places in the Guatemalan highlands. You'll visit the street markets of Chichicastenango and Sololá, the villages of Lake Atitlán (including both Panajachel and Santiago Atitlán), and the historic sites of Antigua.
Join this golfing tour to try out an 18-hole course designed to follow the sun’s path, as laid out in the Maya solar calendar. This course has breathtaking views of the Fuego Volcano and the Pacific coast. You might even see a red trickle of lava oozing from the distant volcano.