Guatemala is one of those rare finds, with a good mix of travel options to satisfy adventurers, culture seekers, beach worshippers, and travelers looking for a little relaxation. The country is a cultural hot spot in Central America, from the colonial architecture and cobbled streets of Antigua Guatemala to the majestic Mayan ruins of Tikal; small towns in the highlands and on the shores of beautiful Lake Atitlan offer a chance for unique cultural encounters.
The tropical jungle, active volcanoes, mountain lakes, cloud forests, and the beaches of the Pacific coast will entice nature lovers, if you venture down to the Caribbean coast, you’ll find a paradisiac scene ideal for relaxing, enjoying solitude in a hammock and a great chance to interact with Garifuna ethnic community of Livingston. Throughout the country there are Indian markets held on certain days of the week, offering local goods for sale and particularly colorful textiles.
Other popular tourist attractions are the many National parks and protected areas such as Rio Dulce, lake Isabel, Semuc Champey canyon and the Maya Biosphere Reserve in the Peten region, among many other spots of impressive natural beauty; all of this and the warmth of its friendly people, make Guatemala an amazing vacation experience for your clients.