Things to Do & Attractions in Guatemala

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Guatemala’s Pacaya is one of the most popular volcanoes to visit, but travelers shouldn't skip its neighbor, Acatenango. Towering nearly 13,123 feet (4,000 ...  Read more

Actún Kan Caves

The limestone bedrock beneath the Petén has been carved by water into beautiful caverns, several of which can be visited. The most impressive and ...  Read more


The little-touristed ruins of Aguateca are worth the long trip for at least three reasons. First, to get here, you’ll traverse Petexbatún Wildlife Refuge, ...  Read more

Atitlan Nature Reserve

Located on the outskirts of Panajachel, the Atitlan Nature Reserve occupies a former coffee plantation that has slowly been reclaimed by Mother Nature. Nature ...  Read more

Auto Safari Chapin

Created as a way to both protect endangered native wildlife and show off Guatemala’s natural beauty, the Auto Safari Chapin gives visitors the chance to ...  Read more

Biotopo del Quetzal

The Biotopo Mario Dary Rivera Nature Reserve, commonly referred to as Biotopo del Quetzal, is one of Guatemala’s best nature sites. It gets its name from the ...  Read more

Cathedral de Santiago

The stark and silent beauty of the ruins of Catedral de Santiago offers visitors one of only a few quiet and contemplative escapes in the 500-year-old city of ...  Read more

Cathedral of San Francisco (Iglesia de San Francisco)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 23 Reviews

Originally constructed in the 1500s, Iglesia de San Francisco, today, has mostly been reconstructed, thanks to age and earthquake damage. However, that's not ...  Read more

Cerro de la Cruz

4.5 star rating: Recommended 4 Reviews

The Hill of the Cross, or Cerro de la Cruz, is a 30-minute walk that, upon arrival, treats its guests to expansive views of Antigua and the Volcan de Agua. ...  Read more


4.5 star rating: Recommended 22 Reviews

Although Chichicastenango is not located in Guatemala City – it’s a two-plus hour drive – it is well worth a visit. This indigenous town is known for its ...  Read more

ChocoMuseo Antigua

Ancient Mayans were the first to begin using cocoa beans in culinary preparations, and today, Guatemala is one of the countries most associated with chocolate ...  Read more

Constitution Plaza

Located in the Centro Historico (Zona 1) district of Guatemala City, the Plaza de la Constitución, or Constitution Plaza, is considered the best place to ...  Read more

Convento de Las Capuchinas

This Guatemalan convent has a past unlike other convents - women were not required a dowry to join. The building, featuring the work of architect Diego de ...  Read more

El Ceibal

Strategically located above the Pasión River, a once important trade route to the Gulf of Mexico, El Ceibal (also written “Seibal”) is one of the best ...  Read more

El Mirador

Worth the effort for adventurous travelers and history buffs, El Mirador is a truly ancient urban center that flourished almost a thousand years before Tikal ...  Read more

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