Quetzaltenango Tours and Activities

Quetzaltenango tours and activities listing, a guide of excursions available while traveling in Quetzaltenango
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This hike through the tree canopy of the Atitlan Reserve will give you a bird’s eye view of an exciting environment. Atitlan Reserve is shaped by the three volcanoes that surround Lake Atitlan. Pristine Lake Atitlan and the surrounding grounds of the reserve offer more natural beauty than you can capture with a few snapshots. To get the most out of this scenery, get a view from the top.
Lake Atitlán is one of the most beautiful places in Guatemala. The villages that surround the lake are unique and fascinating. This tour takes you to three such villages—San Juan La Laguna, Santiago Atitlán, and San Pedro La Laguna.
This 2-day tour includes visits to the town of Huehuetenango, the sinkhole of Hoyo del Cimarron, the village of Chacula, and the lake of Laguna Brava. It offers travelers an authentic and interesting experience in Guatemala.
This 4-night, 5-day tour takes you to some of Guatemala's most colorful and cultural sites. You'll explore the markets of Chichicastenango and San Francisco el Alto, the Lake Atitlán villages of Panajachel and Santiago Atitlán, and the streets of Antigua.
Quetzaltenango soil grows the best coffee beans on the Guatemalan market. Each of the following plantations employs locals, and takes important measures to make sure visiting the grounds remains an ecologically sound practice. Explore the following four options to choose the coffee plantation experience that interests you most.
This hiking tour takes you to the top of the Santa María Volcano. The summit provides travelers with stunning views of the surrounding area, including the smoking crater of the Santiaguito Volcano.
Hike up a path on the Chicabal Volcano to see the landscape that shaped the spiritual lives of the Maya. This destination is 8,897 feet (2713 m) above sea level. At the summit, you’ll see Chicabal Lake, a body of water that formed in the mouth of the volcano.