Horseback Riding Tours in Guatemala
Guatemala has some seriously beautiful scenery, and horseback tours are a great way to experience it. These tours allow you to cover lots of ground in one day — you might ride between Mayan villages along the shores of Lake Atitlán or trot to a forested waterfall in the Central Highlands. These tours use well-trained horses and are led by professional guides. Safety is prioritized and all tour participants will feel comfortable before heading out.
Spend an afternoon riding horses above the shores of Lake Atitlán. You'll enjoy fabulous views of the lake, forests, and mountains on this tour.
This horseback riding tour will give you the opportunity to go places around Lake Atitlan. It begins in the morning and concludes with a typical meal.
On this tour, you’ll get an incredible view of Lake Atitlán as you explore the surrounding terrain on horseback. This morning tour also comes with a homemade breakfast at a farm at lake Atitlan.
The tour starts with the Sky Way, while walking through six amazing suspension bridges and in a different and unique way, you will see the wonderful local flora and fauna, a very interesting way to watch the birds!!
On this horseback ride, you’ll take 2.5 to 3-hour sunset tour of the scenery surrounding Lake Atitlán. This area is studded with volcanoes.
During this tour, you’ll enjoy a short ride through the Finca Filadelfia coffee plantation. Along the way, you’ll learn about the history and culture of coffee production in Guatemala.
On this tour you’ll explore the Finca Filadelfia coffee farm on a mule. This is a great way to see the many beautiful landscapes at Finca Filadelfia.
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.
Fincal El Pilar’s gardens hum with the tiny, whirring wings of its resident hummingbirds. This farm does not produce agriculture, but rather exists to help conserve some of the rare and endangered species of plants and animals in Antigua.
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.
Guatemala’s Pacific Coast has healthy populations of enormous fish, and this tour allows you to catch some of the most impressive species. This tour is also an excellent opportunity to see sea turtles, dolphins, and the occasional whale.
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.
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.
This tour brings travelers to the Postclassic Mayan site of Iximché. Iximché was once a Kaqchikel capital and today it’s still used in many Mayan ceremonies.
This tour explores the Mayan ruins of Iximché and a few surrounding towns in the area.
Yaxhá is the third largest Mayan site in Guatemala, but due to its seclusion, it tends to lack large crowds. Enjoy a visit to Yaxhá during this one-day tour.
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.
Fill your head with new recipes and your belly with a delicious, 5-course meal. These recipes aren’t haute cuisine, but a look at what Guatemalan families actually eat on an everyday basis, dishes that you’ll want to recreate in your own home. This includes one of the staples of Guatemalan cuisine – hearty, delicious tortillas.
La Antigua is one of Guatemala’s most charming and historic cities. During this half-day walking tour you’ll visit some of Antigua’s best sites.