From the village of San Vicente Pacaya, situated in the Pacaya National Park, you will hike to Pacaya Volcano’s highest accessible point. The views from here are breathtaking and the Central American Volcanic Arc may be seen.
Feel the sun on your skin and the wind blowing through your hair as you paddle the Rio Dulce in a kayak. Skim over waters downstream to the Livingston Village, where you will tour the village and have time for a no-host lunch.
Stimulate all of the senses on this tour of Las Escobas Waterfall. Concealed within a protected Natural Reserve, you’ll have the chance to hike, swim, take photographs and witness wildlife, while learning about non-profit organization, FUND
Journey 5,500 feet above sea level to the colonial capital of Antigua, visiting a coffee estate enroute. Arriving at this UNESCO World Heritage Site, you’ll see the Merced Church, Central Park, visit the Jade Museum and Factory, and much m
The Pre-Columbian site of El Baul is a treat for anyone interested in Mesoamerican archaeology. Here, an active place of pagan worship for local Maya people for more than 1400 years, you can explore rock carvings, altars, sculptures, and mo
Your tale of two towns visits a bustling fishing port and a simple fishing village: Puerto Iztapa and Buena Vista village. Enjoy short stops at a sugar cane field, shrimp pounds and shark factory, and see traditional tortilla making at a pr
Journey 5,500 feet above sea level to the colonial capital of Antigua. Arriving at this UNESCO World Heritage Site, you’ll see the Merced Church, Central Park, visit the Jade Museum and Factory, and much more.
Experience Antigua from series of platforms in trees or built in stone for observation of landscapes, flora and fauna, accessed by horizontal double cables between each stop, all within a coffee plantation.
Castillo de San Felipe is one of the most well preserved fortresses in Guatemala, earning a place on the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List. Visit a banana plantation where you’ll learn how the bananas are selected and prepared for e
Tick a trip to a UNESCO World Heritage Site off your bucket list as you wander around the Quirigua Mayan Ruins. Look closely at the intricate architecture of each monument to uncover the artistic engineering methods used by the Mayan people