By Al Argueta
Part-time Guatemala resident Al Argueta offers tourists with an insider’s view of Guatemala’s most sensible, from idyllic surf spots to renowned volcanoes. Argueta bargains in-depth insurance of Lake Atitlan and l. a. Antigua, in addition to Guatemala City’s assorted collection of museums. With specialist recommendation on the place to consume, sleep, sit back, and discover, Moon Guatemala supplies tourists the instruments they should create a extra own and remarkable experience.
What’s within Moon Guatemala
Enjoy some of the best of Guatemala with those itineraries:
The better of Guatemala
Ancient Wonders of the Maya
Surf and Turf
The highway to Ruins
Living It Up: Hop inns and Restaurants
Explore what Guatemala has to offer.
Recommendations for the head points of interest, sport, leisure, lodges, and nutrients in:
Guatemala urban and Vicinity
La Antigua Guatemala and Vicinity
The Western Highlands together with Chimaltenango division and area, Panajachel and Lake Atitlan, Lake Atitlan Villages, Chichicastenango, Santa Cruz del Quiche and area, The Ixil Triangle, Huehuetenango Frontier, Quetzaltenango (Xela) and Vicinity
The Pacific Coast together with Retalhuleu and neighborhood, Escuintla division, Monterrico and Hawaii, and East to El Salvador
El Oriente and Izabul together with Rios Hondo to Esquipulas, Esquipulas, Copan Archaeological web site (Honduras), Copan Ruinas city (Honduras), Quirigua to Puerto Barrios, Puerto Barrios and area, Livington, Rio Dulce nationwide Park, Rio Dulce city (Fronteras), and Lake Izabal
Las Verapaces together with Salama and region, alongside the Cloud woodland organic hall, Coban and neighborhood, Languin and Semuc Champey, and northerly Alta Verapaz
Peten together with Poptun and neighborhood, Sayaxche and neighborhood, Flores, Lake Peten Itza, East to Belize, Tikal nationwide Park, and The Maya Biosphere Reserve
Resources contain a Spanish Phrasebook
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