Guatemala runs the gamut of travel activities, allowing numerous opportunities to get close to nature or explore ancient civilizations. From the lava-spitting volcanoes in the Western Highlands to the dense forests shadowing ancient ruins in El Peten, it is easy to see why Guatemala is fast becoming one of the most popular stops on the Central American travel circuit.
This vibrant country is marked by so many colorful natural and cultural landscapes it may be hard to choose where to start. Architecture lovers should check out colonial city of Antigua, while those interested in archeology can't miss the ruins of Tikal. Nature lovers have plenty of options, from volcano climbing tours to birdwatching and wildlife watching excursions in Guatemala's multitude biosphere reserves. Those looking for some adventure can hike or trek in various regions, and easily find places to bike, climb, canoe, or kayak. Finally, Lake Atitl√°n is a captivating lake ringed by volcanoes and quaint Maya villages, making the area a perfect spot for those who want to take in Guatemala's natural and cultural beauty.
Many tour operators have offices in Antigua and can organize tours throughout Guatemala.
Other Tour Operator pages in Guatemala that may be of interest: Fronteras/el Relleno (rio Dulce) Tours, Panajachel Tours, Livingston Tours, Salama Tours, Lake Atitlan Tours, Western Highlands Tours, Huehuetenango Tours, Flores Tours, Guatemala's Pacific Coast Tours and San Pedro la Laguna Tours.