Guatemala

Lake Atitlan

Lake Atitlán (which in Nagüalth means “by the water”) seems almost unreachable at first sight From one of the ¨miradores¨ of the mountain, the 125 square kilometers of the lake and its magnificence are evident before the eyes of those who come across it for the first time. We make a brief stopover for panoramic …

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Tikal National Park

It is just a matter of closing one’s eyes in silence; in Tikal National Park, a place brimming with mysticism, the voices of the Mayan rulers can be heard as if chatting among the mahoganies, cinnamon trees, Ceibas trees that fill the area with numerous hues of color. Before opening your eyes again, just breathe …

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Easter Week in Guatemala

Semana Santa, or Holy Week, in Antigua is a truly memorable experience. For its centuries-old traditions, for its beauty and complexity, Guatemala’s Antigua shines among all the towns and villages that celebrate Holy Week. The history of processions in Antigua dates back to the early 1500s and began with the arrival of Don Pedro de …

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