Explore the scenic outdoors on this five-day Guatemalan nature adventure. Get a first glimpse of the local flora and fauna at Ram Tzul, along with visiting a beautiful waterfall. Then, tour and swim in the iconic turquoise pools of Semuc Champey. Next, discover the caves in the Limestone Mountains of Candelaría, before touring Laguna Lachúa National Park and its unique ecosystem thriving with wildcats and exotic birds.
Guatemala 5-Day Tours & Itineraries
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Embark on this five-day Mayan journey through Guatemala, which features a mix of cultural and outdoor landmarks. Begin in Tikal, where a nature lodge awaits, along with a tour of Tikal National Park and its active monkeys and birds. Then, travel to Río Dulce and enjoy the river tour, as well as some birding. Next, explore the Quirigua Ruins and Mayan sculptures before traveling back to Guatemala City.
This quick but action-packed 5-day itinerary includes the best adventure highlights of Guatemala's Antigua region. Stroll through the amazingly well-preserved colonial town of Antigua, bike epic downhill runs on local trails, and camp in front of an active volcano. You'll return from this active escape inspired by the rugged beauty of the land and the warmth and welcome of its people.
This action-packed tour combines outdoor sports with the beauty of Guatemala, starting in the historic colonial city of Antigua. Trade cobbled streets for mountain bike tracks and enjoy an exhilarating day of downhill biking on the slopes of Acatenango Volcano, then summit the top of Pacaya Volcano and traverse its lava fields. End your trip kayaking the shores of Lake Atitlán and hiking through its traditional Mayan craft villages.
This 5-day trip to Guatemala starts in the old capital of Antigua, with guided walking tours and a cooking class where you'll learn to make traditional dishes with the help of regional chefs. Escape into nature and conquer the summit of Pacaya Volcano, hiking through its dried lava fields and dense forests. You'll end the trip exploring the shores of Lake Atitlán and peruse the Mayan villages with their traditional crafts, then discover the ruins at Iximché.