Guatemala City holds a lot of diversity and traditions, with a vibrant energy that can be found in almost every corner.
Known for its many colonial buildings and architectural landmarks, from the National Palace of Culture to the Metropolitan Cathedral, Guatemala City provides a historical journey to all who visit.
Despite its historical surroundings, Guatemala City also has a slightly modern touch as seen in its world class hotels, shopping malls and restaurants.
Take in a traditional sense of Maya cultural heritage by visiting Chichicastenango: Known for its open-air craft market, colorful vegetable stalls and the fusion of the Catholic Spaniard Church with a strong indigenous culture.
The market operates on Thursdays and Sundays and is part of We Go Guatemala’s itinerary!
With its cobbled streets and bright red plated rooftops, surrounded by mountainous valleys and filled with a colorful array of markets, Chichicastenango is a truly magical experience.
Pleasant weather, cool waters, mountains and volcanoes: welcome to Lake Atitlan.
Known for its Mayan villages, Lake Atitlan offers a true sense of culture through its many vendors selling traditional textiles and crafts.
Venture off the roads and head to the many surrounding volcanoes of Lake Atitlan, take on one of the popular hiking trails, try your abilities at rock climbing or visit the butterfly garden!
If aquatic adventures are more up your alley, you’re in luck. Lake Atitlan offers different water sport opportunities such as paddle boarding, kayaking, or even scuba diving!
This is ideal for travelers looking for a mix of relaxation and adventure.
Not many cities in Latin America can match the beauty of Antigua Guatemala. More than its aesthetic charm and flair, you will feel the heartwarming hospitality of its people.
Antigua is a colonial dreamland with colorful architecture, ruins, churches, and cobblestone streets - all accompanied by a variety of fine dining and lively nightlife.
A must-see for Guatemala visitors!
Found in the heart of the jungle, surrounded by dense vegetation, lies an adventurer’s paradise – Tikal National Park.
This forested region, also known as the Maya Forest, holds a major Mayan civilization site inhabited from 6th century BC to 10 century AD. Archaeological sites, temples, wildlife and history – all together in a stunning setting.