Hot Springs and Indigenous Villages

Hot Springs and Indigenous Villages

This tour includes a visit to indigenous villages and a soak in hot springs. As such, it's a nice mixture of cultural exploration and leisure activities.

7 hrs
Available Days:
Every day
8:00 AM, 2:00 PM
Hotel Transport Included
Mobile Ticket Included
Offered in English, Spanish

The tour starts with a visit to the glass factory COPAVIC, where you will see glass being blown. It's a careful and intricate process.

The tour then continues to Zunil to visit an ingenuous cemetery, the weaving cooperative of San Ana, the colonial church, and the Mayan saint “Maximon.”

Next, you'll have time to relax at the hot spring of Fuentes Georginas. This hot spring is volcanically heated and surrounded by a beautiful cloud forest. It's an easy place to melt into relaxation.

The tour ends in Almolonga, one of the most productive agricultural towns in Guatemala.

Attractions Visited

Fuentes Georginas Hot Springs

These gorgeous springs offer thermally heated pools just outside of the Zuníl Volcano. Two journalists happened upon this spot in 1902, and it’s gradually grown into one of Guatemala’s top destinations for relaxation. The water here isn't too hot, but pleasantly warm and rich with minerals. Besides the pools, visitors can also explore an ecological park and a cave used by the Maya for religious rituals.

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Santa Maria Volcano

The Santa María Volcano is a large stratovolcano in the Western Highlands of Guatemala. The Santa María Volcano is one of the most popular hikes in the area around Quetzaltenango. Hiking this volcano is an enjoyable and rewarding way to experience the Guatemalan landscape.

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What to Bring

Swimsuit, comfortable clothes and shoes, sunglasses, and money for food, drinks, and personal expenses.

What's included

Private transportation, guide, and entrance fees.


Many of our tours and activities offer transportation pick up & drop off options from several locations and destinations. Options vary by tour, see “BOOKING REQUEST” for full details.

Traveler Comments

He' s name was Silvain and we (my dauther and I ) keep an excellent remember of that wonderfull day.. A A + for that one.

- JEAN B, DEC 2015
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