Antigua Guatemala is a city that once was the Capital of the Whole Central America.In this tour you'll travel back in time to the XV through XVII century, with its cobblestone streets, catholic churches and convents, unique monuments and gastronomy. Today we enjoy all that heritage, join us.
Explore the Guatemalan countryside just outside Antigua during this flexible-length tour offering a taste of small-village life. You’ll ascend to the indigenous town of Santa Maria de Jesus at the base of the ‘Volcan de Agua’ volcano. Then travel to the tiny village of El Hato to the local eco-resort Earth Lodge, where you can relax and take in the views of Antigua in the distance.
Get acquainted with the colonial treasures of Antigua, Guatemala, on a 3-hour afternoon walking tour. Replete with charming churches and brightly colored buildings, the UNESCO-listed city of Antigua is ideal to explore by foot. Alongside your guide, you’ll stroll past landmarks such as La Merced Cathedral and the Cathedral of San Francisco while listening to history-rich commentary. See, too, the recognizable yellow Santa Catalina Arch, backed by the mighty Agua volcano, and Palacio del Ayuntamiento. Receive personalized attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to 15 people.
Make the most of your time on dry land with a private tour of Antigua. Your excursion to the UNESCO-listed city includes a guided tour of the central plaza, along with a visits to a jade factory and the Santo Domingo Monastery. Beginning and ending at the Puerto Quetzal cruise terminal, comfortable round-trip transportation ensures that you return to your ship in time for departure.
Located in the central highlands of Guatemala, this famous ancient city was once the capital of this diverse and colorful nation. Spend the day exploring the historic streets of this picturesque city and get an up-close look at the ruins of colonial churches and Spanish Baroque-influenced architecture. Your friendly, professional guide will unlock the history, culture and traditions of this popular destination and take you to all the top Antigua landmarks.
Experience the buzzing capital of Guatemala on this 3-hour afternoon sightseeing tour of Guatemala City, including hotel pick-up. Get your bearings in Central America’s biggest city, as you follow your guide around landmarks like the Avenue of the Americas, Constitution Plaza and the Metropolitan Cathedral. Learn more about the city’s rich history and heritage as you admire the murals and mosaics of the Bank of Guatemala, browse for handicrafts at the bustling Central Market.
Benefit from the insights of your guide on a 3-hour walking tour of Antigua that delves into the city’s history and culture. See architectural landmarks, museums, and the Catedral de San Jose as your guide shares details about their importance and restoration. Bring your camera for great photo ops as you learn about Guatemala in history and today.
Get off the beaten path in Guatemala during this 8-hour trip to Antigua and the idyllic indigenous villages in the surrounding area. Start your morning with an exploration of the charming cobblestone streets and colonial architecture of Antigua, visiting key city landmarks like the Plaza Mayor and some of its many cathedrals. Then head to the villages outside of town, including Ciudad Vieja, San Juan del Obispo and San Antonio Aguascalientes among others, where you’ll the history, culture and traditions of Guatemalan small-town life. Your small villages excursion includes a guide, entrance fees and round-trip hotel transport.
Get a short introduction to the Spanish-colonial charm of Antigua, a UNESCO World Heritage site, during this 3-hour morning tour from Guatemala City. This atmospheric city was the country’s capital for more than 200 years, creating a wealth of historic architecture and gorgeous scenery for you to discover during your walking tour. Tread on Antigua’s cobblestone streets as you explore sites like the Cathedral of Santiago, Central Park and the city's iconic Arch of Santa Catalina. Your Antigua visit includes a guide and round-trip hotel transport (except during Holy Week in April).
As one of the largest cities in Central America, Guatemala City can be intimidating to tackle on your own. This guided tour removes the challenge and introduces you to Guatemala City highlights in just a few hours: check out colonial homes, theaters, churches, and more, all with the benefit of a guide to tell you about the sights as you pass.
Explore the UNESCO-listed colonial capital of Antigua, one of Guatemala’s most enchanting cities, on this full-day sightseeing tour – ideal for first-time visitors. Learn how Antigua is one of the oldest cities of the Americas as you follow your guide to landmarks like the San Francisco Church, the arch of Santa Catalina, Casa Santo Domingo and Plaza Central. After a typical Guatemalan lunch (own expense), admire the priceless gems on display at the Museo del Jade (Jade Museum), then visit a local coffee plantation to learn more about Guatemala’s most famous export.
Visit the ancient Mayan ruins of Iximche on a half-day tour from Panajachel. Your guide shares live commentary about the Mayan civilization in Guatemala, and the importance of key structures you see. You’ll travel early to beat the heat, and ride in comfort by air-conditioned minivan.
Immerse yourself in the colonial history of Antigua and the idyllic landscape of the small villages and farms just outside of town on this 10-hour excursion from Guatemala City. Explore the centuries-old traditions of tiny hamlets like San Antonio Aguas Calientes, Ciudad Vieja and San Juan del Obispo just outside of Antigua, where you’ll also stop to visit a macadamia nut plantation. Then tread the cobblestone streets of Antigua on foot, visiting city landmarks including the Arch of Santa Catalina, Cathedral of San Jose and much more. This Antigua small villages and walking tour also covers lunch (optional), a guide, and round-trip hotel transport.
Without a guided tour of Guatemala City, you might overlook the many museums, historical monuments, and public plazas that make Guatemala’s capital city a thriving cultural hub. This guided tour introduces you to must-see Guatemala City attractions like Plaza Mayor with the convenience of included transportation—one of the biggest deterrents from exploring on your own—plus includes loads of information about Guatemala’s history and culture from a certified tour guide.
Immerse yourself in the colonial history of Antigua, plus the idyllic landscape of small villages and farms just outside of town, on this 8-hour excursion. Explore the centuries-old traditions of the tiny hamlets like San Antonio Aguas Calientes, Ciudad Vieja and San Juan del Obispo just outside of Antigua, where you’ll also stop to visit a macadamia nut plantation. Then tread the cobblestone streets of Antigua on foot, visiting city landmarks including the Arch of Santa Catalina, Cathedral of San Jose and much more. This Antigua small villages and walking tour also covers a guide, and round-trip hotel transport.
Escape the streets of Guatemala City with a visit to Antigua, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Just an hour outside the city, Antigua feels like another world with its tranquil cobblestone streets and colonial architecture. Explore on foot, walking from the central park to sites like cathedral ruins and a local jade factory. After your tour, you’ll have time to lunch and souvenir shop before your return to Guatemala City.
Mixco Viejo is an archaeological site in the north east of the Chimaltenango department of Guatemala, some 50 kilometres to the north of Guatemala City. Join us on a full-day tour as we bring you to explore this tourist attraction – we promise you nothing but an enriching day of fun!Named after being erroneously associated with the Postclassic Poqomam capital referred to in colonial records by that name, Mixco Viejo is a moderate-sized ruined city of the Postclassic Maya civilization, and is the last city of the Kaqchikel who fight against the conquers. You will start off either from Antigua or Guatemala City, and be driven 2 hours to El Quiché, where the old city hides in the mountains. Once you arrive, a guide will bring you around the ruins with a full historical recount of the Spanish conquest.Lunch will be inside the ruins over the top of a pyramid – where you can take in a spectacular view of the mountains.
This tour is deal for a short budget. Our tour begins in Panajachel where if you are in the San Marcos and Santa Cruz villages, we can pick you up at the dock to make the tour, our guide will arrive for you and tell you the story of the lake, volcanoes, towns until you reach the first town the guide will take you to meet a chocolate factory where you will learn the elaboration, also a cooperative of women weavers who will explain to us the elaboration of costumes from the cotton also dress to an art gallery and then we will continue in the second town. In the second town that is San Pedro, it is known for adventure activities in this place we will be visiting the Catholic church, vegetable market, the park and then we will return to the boat to continue with the third town.in the last town you will know the church of 1547, where inside they combine the Mayan religion with Christianity and visit a dedity (Maximon) where people get to perform Mayan ceremonies
Stroll the historic streets of Quetzaltenango on a walking tour that explores colonial-era architecture and some of the city's key sites. A great orientation for first time visitors to Quetzaltenango, you’ll set out from the park that’s at the heart of the city, hear the fascinating stories behind the ornate facades, and get a local take on the places you discover along the way.
This tour takes place only if you're a group of minimum 10 people . I'll walk with you around this fascinating City of Antigua and walk you around its main buildings. We will talk of its Heritage, History and Culture. Be ready to walk plenty on the cobblestones streets, and bring your hats, water and comfortable clothes. We do other tours around Guatemala with small and large groups as well. Happy trails then!
Cycling is a fun, efficient and easy way of getting around Xela! Even if you only pedal around for a few hours, or maybe you have a job or volunteering, riding a bike is an essential Xela experience.Bike rental in Xela!There is many places to visit around Xela with your bike, specially in summer, there’s nothing more exhilarating than jumping on your bike, cycling through the city and feeling the wind in your hair en route to yet another exciting event, attraction or activity. Biking along the road to Salcaja, San Andres Xecul, Fuentes Georginas, Cerro el Baul and many other places around Xela is one of the most beautiful ways to take a look around Xela.
We make our services an experience of coexistence, transportation is private and the guide certified by the Tourism Institute of Guatemala, if you need help we are always attentive to support and guide you.