Best Places to Visit in Guatemala
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Antigua is best described as a romantic, colonial city, and features a combination of ancient and modern buildings, all rooted in local customs and traditions.
A tiny, picturesque island on Lake Peten Itza in an isolated corner of northeast Guatemala. A truly laid back atmosphere permeates this town tucked away deep in the jungle.
A small town in the Sierra de Los Chuchumatanes. The residents of Santa Maria de Nebaj are of Mayan descent. Instead of Spanish, you'll hear them speaking in Ixil, the local language.
The town of Monterrico is situated on the Pacific coast of Guatemala in the state of Santa Rosa. Known for its volcanic black sand beaches and the annual migration of sea turtles, the town also serves as a major weekend beach resort for families living in Guatemala City.
Lake Atitlán is located in a massive volcanic crater in Guatemala’s southwestern highlands. Surrounded by steep, verdant hills, the lake is known for its Mayan villages dotting the shoreline. Volcanoes with striking pointed cones provide a scenic background and paint colorful reflections and shadows in the sunset.