Guatemala Hiking Tours
Guatemala is a fantastic place to hike. The country's diverse terrain features mountains, volcanoes, and forests. You can enjoy relaxed strolls near the shores of Lake Atitlán or full-day treks to the top of the Agua Volcano. Professional guides lead the hiking tours, and safety is always prioritized. Hiking tours are a great way to get outdoors and experience Guatemala's beautiful landscape.
Get ready to spot some colorful birds during this full-day bird watching tour in Antigua. The tour explores the El Pilar Nature Reserve, which is set just 2 miles from Antigua’s central park.
The San Pedro Volcano was declared a national park in 2006. The volcano is covered with tropical forests and takes about 4–5 hours to reach the summit along a well-maintained trail.
The Pacaya Volcano is one of the most active volcanoes in Guatemala. During this tour, you’ll hike up the volcano and enjoy incredible views of both the volcano and the surrounding area.
Acatenango is a twin-peaked stratovolcano. The volcano erupted between 1924 and 1927 and again in 1972. Volcanic ash from these explosions traveled as far as 15 miles away. Larger eruptions also occurred some 2,000 and 5,000 years ago.
This tour offers you the opportunity to hike to the archaeological site El Mirador, which is one of the best Mayan sites in Guatemala. You'll explore the tropical jungle as you make your way along a trail towards El Mirador.
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.
The San Pedro Volcano was declared a national park in 2006. The volcano is covered with tropical forests and takes about 4 to 5 hours to reach the summit along a well-maintained trail.
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 above sea level. At the summit, you’ll see Chicabal Lake, a body of water that formed in the mouth of the volcano.
Santa Teresita is a resort, hotel, and a hot springs spa in Guatemala. It has thermal pools with slides, steam baths combined with hydrotherapy, a spa, and a thermal circuit with pools at different temperatures.
This tour takes you to a mirador that sports wonderful views of the active Santiaguito Volcano. The mirador is a great spot to take in views of the volcano and surrounding area.
This tour will take you to the small, idyllic village of Santa Catarina on the shores of Lake Atitlán. Along the way you'll see forests, agricultural fields, a colonial-style church, and even hot springs.
Come hike one of Guatemala’s most active volcanoes on this tour. The Pacaya Volcano is located in the Central Highlands of Guatemala.
This tour takes you on a hike up La Nariz del Indio, a mountain outside San Juan La Laguna that’s named for its resemblance to a Mayan profile.
This tour leaves early in the morning to hike to the hilltop of Cerro de la Cruz and admire the sunrise.
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.
This tour includes a one or two hour walk along the trails of Finca Filadelfia. It’s a great, short look at both the coffee farm and Guatemalan landscape.
This tour takes you on a hike to El Cerro del La Cruz . From here you'll enjoy good views of San Juan La Laguna and Lake Atitlán. From here you can see and walk to the El Rostro Maya.
Hike through the Guatemalan highlands as you make your way from Alaska Point to the Fuentes Georginas hot springs.
This is a 1-day tour of the Atitlán Volcano and can be extended for a 2-day tour where you'll hike to the summit and camp on the volcano.