Where does your trip start?

International Airport La Aurora

La Aurora International Airport serves Guatemala City, Guatemala. It is located 6.4 km south of Guatemala City's center and 25 km from Antigua Guatemala.

 San José Beach 

San José Beach is a town on Guatemala's Pacific Ocean coast, in the department of Escuintla. It has a population of 23,887, making it the largest town along the Pacific coast of Guatemala.

 Quetzaltenango 

Quetzaltenango is a city in Guatemala’s western highlands. It’s set against a backdrop of volcanoes, including towering Santa María with its active Santiaguito lava dome.

Antigua Guatemala

Antigua is a small city surrounded by volcanoes in southern Guatemala. It’s renowned for its Spanish colonial buildings, many of them restored following a 1773 earthquake that ended Antigua’s 200-year reign as Guatemala’s colonial capital.

Panajachel

Panajachel It is on the north shore of Lake Atitlán. Surrounding the lake are the San Pedro, Tolimán, and Atitlán volcanoes. Cafes, bars, and stalls selling handicrafts and textiles line Calle Santander, the main street. In the old town is the colonial San Francisco Church, with a stone facade. Boats connect Panajachel with lakeside Mayan villages.

Dulce River

Dulce River is a river in Guatemala, completely contained within the department of Izabal. It is part of a lake and river system that has become a popular cruising sailboat destination.

 Monterrico Beach 

Monterrico Beach is situated on the Pacific coast of Guatemala in the department of Santa Rosa. Known for its volcanic black sand beaches and the annual influx of sea turtles, the town also serves as a major weekend beach resort for citizens of Guatemala City.

 Chichicastenango 

Chichicastenango is highlands, northwest of Guatemala City. It’s known for its open-air craft market and indigenous Maya culture. The 16th-century Santo Tomás Apóstol Church has long been used for both Catholic worship and Maya rituals.

  Cobán  

Cobán is a highland city in Guatemala’s central cardamom- and coffee-growing region. Parque Central square is dominated by the huge, 16th-century Catedral de Santo Domingo, with its whitewashed facade, which was rebuilt after an earthquake.

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