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From Antigua: Pacaya Volcano Trek

1. From Antigua: Pacaya Volcano Trek

Walk for 2 hours to the summit of Pacaya Volcano and enjoy stunning views. Leave from Antigua for a 1-hour bus journey to the volcano's base before immediately starting your 2-hour trek with your local guide. Hike through wonderful pine forests up to the trickier volcanic ash section and finally to the sulfur smoking cone. On occasion, you can even see small eruptions and lava flowing, depending on the activity of the volcano. From the summit, you can enjoy great views of the nearby volcanoes, Agua, Fuego, and Acatenango, the pacific lowlands, and all the way to El Salvador. To ensure your safety you won’t be able to visit the crater, but you will get an amazing view of red-hot lava flowing and steam baths created by the heat of Pacaya. Take a break and relax here as you take in more scenic views before hiking back to the base of the volcano, from where you will transfer back to your accommodation. 

From Antigua: Adventure, 2-Day Hiking to Acatenango Volcano

2. From Antigua: Adventure, 2-Day Hiking to Acatenango Volcano

Experience the grandeur of Acatenango and the Fuego Volcano on this 2-day tour. Start with pick-up from your hotel in Antigua Guatemala between 9:00 to 9:20 am depending on the order of the route, but please be ready from 9 am to avoid delays. Then we will leave Antigua to make a stop at our station where we will give you food, two liters of water, jackets, gloves, hats and here you can rent backpacks, flashlights and we will give extra information about the tour. This will be from 9:45 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. Then we will arrive at the village of La Soledad where we will meet the guides who will accompany you on the tour, we will arrive here at approximately 11:15 am - 11:30 am, after informing the name of the group and a couple of information from the guide we will start the hike to the base camp this will take from 4 and a half to 6 hours depending on the passage of the group. Also very important, bring toilet paper, I will explain to you how the bathrooms are in the Volcano: There are 3 bathrooms in total: The first one an hour after starting the walk, it is a normal bathroom. two more bathrooms: 3 hours of climbing - 1 natural bathroom In the camp there is also 1 natural bathroom, which is used by the group, in the same way I recommend going to the first bathroom in the station since it is the most comfortable Also very important, bring toilet paper, I will explain to you how the bathrooms are in the Volcano: There are 3 bathrooms in total: The first one an hour before starting the walk, it is a normal bathroom. two more bathrooms: 3 hours of climbing - 1 natural bathroom In the camp there is also 1 natural bathroom, which is used by the group, in the same way I recommend going to the first bathroom in the station since it is the most comfortable. ou will arrive at the base camp approximately between 4:45 pm to 5:45 pm depending on the pace that the group has had, here the guide will accommodate you in the domes so that you can leave your things and relax, here begins the hike to the Fire Volcano, this hike is totally optional it is 1 hour with fifteen minutes one way and the same back, This hike has an extra cost of Q200 quetzalez, here you will reach up to 300 meters from the crater to appreciate the majestic eruptions definitively a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Then they will return for dinner and sleep to recover energy for the second day, people who do not go will wait at the camp. The second day starts at 4 am where you will climb to the summit of the Acatenango Volcano to appreciate the sunrise from the Summit, those who do not want to climb can wait at the camp, then the guide will prepare breakfast for you approximately between 6 am to 7 am, to start descending to the point where we started the hike the day before, where the bus will be waiting for you that will be taking you back to Antigua Guatemala :3.

Overnight Volcano Acatenango Hiking Adventure

3. Overnight Volcano Acatenango Hiking Adventure

Observe the sunset and the sunrise from Acatenango. Sleep overnight in the base camp located just in front of the Fuego volcano, facing it over an elevation of 3,700 meters above sea level. Begin with a shuttle from Antigua to La Soledad village in the morning. Begin your hike, and hike until the sun begins to set to catch the views from high above. Sleep in the base camp an overnight. On day two, rise early and take a quick hike to the summit. Take in an elevated view of the sunrise. Breakfast will be served back at base camp before the trek back toward the village. Finally, you'll reach the village before noon. Enjoy free time to look around before the transfer to Antigua, and enjoy the rest of your day in the city.

From Antigua: Pacaya Volcano Tour in English/Spanish

4. From Antigua: Pacaya Volcano Tour in English/Spanish

After a hotel pickup, leave Antigua to the base of the Pacaya volcano. Sit back and relax on a bus for the 1-hour trip. Upon arrival, begin the climb with a local guide, walking through a large forested area. Travel along paths of the volcanic area, appreciating views of the other volcanoes in addition to the regional vegetation along the way. When you reach the plateau, see the main crater of the volcano from a distance. Observe the lava depending on the activity of the volcano and some steam baths created by the heat of the Pacaya Volcano. After soaking in spectacular views of the Agua, Fuego, and Acatenango volcanoes at the summit of Pacaya, start the descent to the base, before taking the bus back to Antigua.

From Guatemala City: One-way Shared Transfer to Antigua

5. From Guatemala City: One-way Shared Transfer to Antigua

Commence your Guatemalan adventure with a shared one-way transfer to Antigua. Enjoy the flexibility of choosing your pickup spot, including most hotels in Guatemala City and La Aurora International Airport. Board the shuttle within select parts of zones 9, 10, 13, or the airport zone, or from the nearest point. Select your preferred departure time from six available schedules. For airport departures, get assistance with rescheduling in the event of delays, provided advanced notice is given. Relax in the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle for a safe and hassle-free journey. Upon reaching Antigua, benefit from the convenience of a direct drop-off at your desired location, be it a hotel, Airbnb, or any downtown location of your choosing.

Antigua: ATV Guided Sunset Tour

6. Antigua: ATV Guided Sunset Tour

Ride your ATV to three mountain tops with incredible views overlooking the city, valley, and volcanoes near and around Antigua. Meet your guide and set off for El Cerro de la Cruz, Antigua’s famous lookout point known as the Cross. After getting a close-up aerial view of the colonial city, hop back on your vehicle and head up El Hato Mountain towards our second stop. Arrive at the parking lot in El Hato, climb into the 4x4 pickup truck, and head to Hobbitenango. Marvel at this Lord of the Rings-themed eco-park and watch the sunset with some food, drinks, and games. Continue up the hill and sightsee; enjoy unforgettable views and various activities in this enchanted little forest. Finally, head back down the mountain, where you can grab some food and drinks at a Guatemalan restaurant located on the side of the mountain called El Tambor.

Antigua: ATV Mountain Adventure

7. Antigua: ATV Mountain Adventure

Our first stop on this tour is ¨El Cerro de la Cruz¨ this is one of the best known attractions sites in the city of Antigua, maybe even Guatemala. At the ¨Cross¨ we get a birds eye view of Antigua and the wonderful architecture of the city, not to mention the Volcanoes. Once finished taking pictures and walking around the park, we will get back on our ATVs and head up to ¨Hobbitenango¨ a lord of the rings themed Eco-Park to have some fun.  We will leave our ATVs parked in our parking lot in the mountain of El Hato and head up to Hobbitenango on a pick-up truck to sightsee, enjoy great views and other activities in this enchanted little forest.  Once finished at Hobbitenango we will take the pick up truck back to our ATVs in El Hato and go to the opposite side of the valley to a village called San Juan del Obispo.This village is located on the foothills of the Agua Volcano. In San Juan we visit a popular chocolate factory called Chocolateria Antigua, where they show us part of their chocolate making process, taste various flavors, and we have a chance to purchase the ones that we liked. Once finished we visit the main plaza of the village, where we can get a nice view of Antigua below us. After a few pictures, we will head to a local restaurant and be able to taste Guatemalan cuisine for some lunch before heading back to our office.

Antigua: One way Shared transportation to Guatemala City

8. Antigua: One way Shared transportation to Guatemala City

Experience a worry-free journey with our shuttle transfer. This shared service has the flexibility to choose your pick-up location in Antigua, whether it's a hotel, Airbnb, or any other downtown location you prefer. Upon arrival at Guatemala City, we will drop you off directly at your destination, including La Aurora International Airport and most hotels in Guatemala City. The shuttle has coverage in some parts of zone 9, 10, 13, or airport zone. If your hotel is in one of these zones, we can drop you off there. If it's not, we will ensure a convenient drop-off at the nearest point. Choose your preferred departure time between eight different schedules (4 am, 7 am, 9 am, 11 am, 12:30 pm, 3:00 pm, 6:30 pm and 7 pm). This way, if you're catching a flight, you can avoid those airport wait times and be sure you'll get there safe and sound, right on schedule. Relax in our air-conditioned vehicles for a safe, comfortable, and affordable experience. Grab your spot now for an extraordinary transport experience!

Antigua Guatemala: City Highlights Guided Walking Tour

9. Antigua Guatemala: City Highlights Guided Walking Tour

You will visit the most important and charming places in the city such as the churches of Antigua Guatemala, discover the different ruins, convents, monuments, and of course the most colorful and bright handicrafts market in the city. The tour will give very interesting information about the culture and history of Guatemala, as well as places of interest to which you can go during your stay here. We will visit along the route: The Church of Mercy Arch Street Nim Pot Craft Market Central Park, where the fountain of the sirens, the General Palace, the "Cathedral", the City Hall, and the Bakers' Portal are located. The Union Tank The Church of San Francisco The tour will take around 2 hours. The meeting point will be at La Merced Church.

Guatemala or Antigua Guatemala: Lake Atitlán Boat Cruise

10. Guatemala or Antigua Guatemala: Lake Atitlán Boat Cruise

Start the day with a trip from Antigua or Guatemala City to the Maya town of Panajachel. During the drive there will be a brief stop in Katok, a very famous restaurant where you can indulge in a hot drink. Once at Panajachel, it's time for a boat trip to cross Lake Atitlán and visit the Tzutuhil Village of Santiago de Atitlán. In this village you will visit the confraternity of the local saint named Maximon or Ri Laj Mam, visited by people all over the world who come to ask for health and prosperity in their lives. The lake itself owes its grandeur to its enormous size and spectacular volcanic setting. Three large volcanoes, Atitlán Tolimán and San Pedro, rise gracefully from its southern shore, creating breathtaking views around the area. You will experience these views and the traditional practices still carried out by the Maya-Tzutujil and Cakchiquel women who live around the lake. After a short transfer, we will have lunch at one of the most exquisite restaurants of Panajachel. While in town, guestes will also Santander Street and experience its vast, bustling handicraft market.

Antigua Guatemala

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What people are saying about Antigua Guatemala

Carlos and Benjamin were exceptional guides. Just a heads up .... This is a 80-90% incline climb as well as decline so although we enjoyed it. You do have the option to take a horse up.

Great pickup. Great driver! And I delivered Dominos for five years and drove uber, so I know a GREAT driver. ¡Gracias!

All good. I think better notes can be taken of the returns to avoid misunderstandings.

The punctuality, the route and the information that the guide gave me.

Guatemala is different than thirty years ago. Very different.