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.
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.
Visit both the colorful market in Chichicastenango and gorgeous Lake Atitlán during this tour. It’s a good way to experience both culture and nature in one day.
Antigua is one of Guatemala’s most lovely and historic cities. During this tour you’ll visit some of its best sights.
Guatemala City is a big and fascinating place. This tour will take you to some of its most interesting attractions.
This tour takes visitors to one of the most incredible Maya sites in the world. Tikal was one of the most powerful city-states that the Maya ever established, and it was occupied between the 6th and the 10th centuries.
This 3-hour walking tour explores the charming city of Quetzaltenango. You'll learn about the history, culture, and architecture of Guatemala's second largest city.
This tour explores some of the towns, farms, factories, and markets that surround Antigua. It provides travelers with a well-rounded experience in the Antigua area.
La Antigua is one of Guatemala’s most charming and historic cities. During this half-day walking tour you’ll enjoy an evening visit of some of Antigua’s best sites.
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 tour visits several fascinating churches in small towns near Quetzaltenango. It's a good look at the religion, history, and culture of Guatemala.
Spend a half-day walking around Antigua and seeing some of the city's best sites. This tour is a great introduction to the history and culture of Antigua.
Explore the street food in Antigua with local guides, and sample the wide array of tasty dishes on offer from the busy food stalls, known locally as comedores. These dishes include savory treats like búfalo and shuco. Never heard of them? Keep reading, and get ready to experience the homey authenticity of Guatemalan cuisine.
Spend a half-day visiting the best attractions in Guatemala City, including the national palace and cathedral.
Explore the city of Quetzaltenango by tram on this tour. The tour drives around Quetzaltenango and guides will explain various attractions in the city.
Sea turtles regularly nest on the beach at Monterrico. During this night tour you'll see turtles nesting or watch them being released.
This tour of the Sololá Market will introduce you to traditional Guatemalan craftsmanship. Your tour will continue to the shores of Atitlán Lake, where you can see some of the descendants of the Maya that used to control this area.
This tour explores the Quetzaltenango Cemetery at night. It's a great introduction to the Guatemalan cultural practices surrounding death.
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.