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Guatemala Backpacking Guide - Highlights, Maps, Places To Go

Guatemala Backpacking Guide

Guatemala Backpacking Guide - Highlights, Maps, Places To Go

Guatemala Backpacking Guide - Highlights, Maps, Places To Go

Guatemala Backpacking Guide

Guatemala Backpacking Guide - Highlights, Maps, Places To Go

Guatemala Backpacking Guide - Highlights, Maps, Places To Go

Guatemala Backpacking Guide

Guatemala Backpacking Guide - Highlights, Maps, Places To Go

Ruins, volcanoes, lakes, villages & markets... Guatemala is a country of adventure & culture, with Maya traditions alive & well. The top destinations are Antigua, Tikal, Lake Atitlan, Semuc Champey & Chichicastenango but there are also many other interesting places to visit. Find out what to see & do in our ultimate travel guide to the Best of Guatemala!

Top 15 Guatemala Attractions & Places to Visit

Guatemala is a land of adventure & culture with Maya traditions alive & well: find out what to see & do in our travel guide to the top Guatemala attractions

Guatemala Backpacking Guide - Highlights, Maps, Places To Go

Guatemala Backpacking Guide

Guatemala Backpacking Guide - Highlights, Maps, Places To Go

<b>Hay muchos lugares hermosos que vale la pena visitar en Guatemala.</b> Pero estos 19 son los que no puedes dejar fuera de tu lista.

Antigua

"History and architecture buffs will fall in love with the city of Antigua with its cobblestoned streets, Spanish Baroque influences, and colonial churches," says Travelocity Senior Editor Courtney Scott. The city itself is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

All the best adventures for your Guatemala bucket list: travel to Antigua, see Semuc Champey, see beautiful textiles, appreciate the food & culture... here are 21 ideas for unmissable things to do in Guatemala!

The Guatemala Bucket List: 21 Epic Things to Do in Guatemala

All the best adventures for your Guatemala bucket list: travel to Antigua, see Semuc Champey, see beautiful textiles, appreciate the food & culture. here are 21 ideas for unmissable things to do in Guatemala!

El Salvador. Pipil people. The last of the pure-blooded tribes living in El Salvador. There is doubt as to this statement made by the original pinner. The outfit worn here matches that worn by an indigenous people from Solola, the lake Atitlan area of Guatemala. Thank you, pinners for pointing this out.

The last of the pure-blooded tribes living in El Salvador. There is doubt as to this statement made by the original pinner. The outfit worn here matches that worn by an indigenous people from Solola, the lake Atitlan area of Gua

Everything you need to know about the main villages of Lake Atitlan, Guatemala! It can be difficult to choose which village you want to either live in, or travel in. We've outlined what each village is like around the lake, and what you can do/see at each one. Check out our guide :)  http://www.goatsontheroad.com/travelling-to-lake-atitlan-guatemala-a-guide-to-the-villages/

Travelling to Lake Atitlán, Guatemala: A Guide to The Villages

Everything you need to know about the main villages of Lake Atitlan, Guatemala! An outline of what each village is like around the lake, and what you can do/see at each one.

A comprehensive travel guide to help you plan your trip to the ancient Mayan ruins of Tikal.

Tikal is Guatemala's foremost Mayan site. It's also the location for a huge, biologically diverse national park.

Trying to figure out what to do in Antigua, Guatemala? This guide highlights all of the delicious food experiences in the city AND some of the top active adventures!

Food and Adventure Guide to Antigua, Guatemala

A Food and Adventure Guide to Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

Food and Adventure Guide to Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

Lake Atitlan, Guatemala is an ideal spot for active adventurers, food lovers, and relaxation seekers. This free guide shows you all there is to do around the lake.

Tikal Pyramid in Guatemala

13 Step Pyramids From Around the World

Mayan ruins - Tikal, Guatemala / Tikal was a major urban center of the Maya people who had advance art, architecture, writing, calendars and astronomical systems.

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