The best timepeak time, which starts from March and April. One day would be enough to explore this place.
2. The Lake Atitlán
The Lake Atitlán is a body of water in a massive volcanic crater in Guatemala’s southwestern highlands. Ringed by steep, verdant hills, it’s known for its Mayan villages and volcanoes with striking pointed cones. The busy town of Panajachel, where vendors sell traditional textiles, is a popular gateway to the lake. On a former coffee plantation, the Atitlán nature reserve offers trails and a butterfly garden.
3. The Semuc Champey
4. The Yaxha
The best time is dry season runs from November to April, a pleasant climate that lends to make your tour beautiful. For visiting the main archaeological site of Yaxha, you need 3 to 4 hours.
5. The Pacaya volcano
The Pacaya volcano is the largest post-caldera volcano, and has been one of Central America’s most active volcanoes over the last 500 years. It has erupted at least 23 times since the Spanish conquest, producing basalt. About 1,100 years ago, the volcano’s edifice collapsed, causing a huge landslide. Hiking in Pacaya Volcano is unforgettable and a great experience to share with your friends.
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6. The Chilascó Waterfall
The best time are from March to May or from September to November. Opening hours are from 6 am to 4 pm. It would take 3-4 hours of tour to visit.
7. The Acatenango
Acatenango is a one of the famous volcano in Guatemala, close to the city of Antigua. The volcano has two peaks, Pico Mayor and Yepocapa which is also known as Tres Hermanas. Acatenango is joined with Volcán de Fuego and collectively the volcano complex is known as La Horqueta. The hiking on Volcano Acatenango would might be challenging for you, so better to be prepared.
The best time is dry season runs from November to April and It is a peak time too, so you can face crowed. Its depend upon your physical fitness how fast you reach on top, but in general it would take around 5 to 7 hours to hike.
8. The Great Jaguar Tikal
The Great Jaguar Tikal or Tikal Temple I is the designation given to one of the major structures at Tikal, one of the largest cities and archaeological sites of the pre-Columbian Maya civilization in Mesoamerica. It is located in the Petén Basin region of northern Guatemala. The sunrise and sunset tour is very famous among the tourist.
The best time is peak time, which starts from March and April. In general 4 hours would be enough to explore this place.
9. Grutas de Lanquín cave
The Grutas de Lanquín cave is a large limestone cave system located 1 km west of Lanquín in Alta Verapaz, Guatemala. The Lanquín cave system was declared a national park in 1955. This limestone cave is one of the famous tourist spots to explore.
10. The Iximche
The Iximche is a Pre-Columbian Mesoamerican archaeological site in the western highlands of Guatemala. Iximche was the capital of the Late Postclassic Kaqchikel Maya kingdom from 1470 until its abandonment in 1524. The architecture of the site included a number of pyramid-temples, palaces and two Mesoamerican ballcourts.
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