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Antigua - Lake Atitlan - Chichicastenango

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7 to 10+ Nights from $721*
* This sample price: priced within the past 7 days for arrival on 8/17/2024. Choose your own arrival dates.

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This 7 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Transfer from Airport in Guatemala City to Hotel in Antigua
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Antigua
  • Transfer from Hotel in Antigua to Hotel in Lake Atitlan
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Lake Atitlan
  • Transfer from Hotel in Antigua to Hotel in Chichicastenango
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Chichicastenango
  • Transfer from Hotel in Chichicastenango to Hotel in Guatemala City
  • Hotel for 1 night in Guatemala City

Amazing Guatemala!. From the capital airport, you will be transported to Antigua (was the colonial Spanish capital of Central America, in the central highlands of Guatemala; known for its preserved Spanish Baroque-influenced architecture as well as a number of ruins of colonial churches, declared UNESCO World Heritage Site). Next, private transfers will take you between these destinations: Lake Atitlan (volcanic lake and the deepest in all of Central America, famous for the color of its waters varies from deep blue to green. The volcanoes on the shores of the lake, form impressive hills where to hiking and birdwatch the Quetzal- the National bird-). Also around the lake you can visit Indian Villages where life and customs have changed little over the centuries, like: Toliman and Atitlan. After that, is Chichicastenango (a town, on west-central Guatemala and home to one of the largest and vibrant outdoor markets in Central America; full of colorful Mayan textiles, traditional wooden handicrafts and intricate jade jewelry, -on Thursdays and Sundays-); and finally; Guatemala City (the best largest city in Central America; and the political, cultural, and economic center of the country. It is known for its volcanic landscape, fascinating Mayan culture and the colorful colonial buildings). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Flexible Itinerary

  • Antigua

  • Lake Atitlan

  • Chichicastenango

  • Guatemala City

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Trip Summary

  • Antigua

    La Antigua is a colonial town in Guatemala featuring charming cobblestone streets decorated with colorful colonial architecture. Visitors can sip coffee at cute cafes and gaze out at the picturesque views with volcanoes in the distance. Witness the fantastic baroque architecture of La Merced church and wander around the charming central plaza and absorb the postcard perfection of this vibrant city.

    Visit the Volcan Fuego, Volcano Pacaya, Arco de Santa Catalina, Cerro de la Cruz, Santo Domingo del Cerro, and so much more!

  • Lake Atitlan

    Lake Atitlan is a popular tourist destination in Guatemala, the huge blue lake is surrounded by soaring volcanoes and dotted with traditional villages, which make a stay at the lake a great trip. The lake is a great place for relaxing or outdoor adventures including hiking through an incredible environment. So much natural beauty can be seen on and around the lake; Panajachel is the main lakeside town filled with vendors selling local arts and crafts, eateries, and friendly locals. There are countless things to do, but it is also the perfect setting for relaxing and doing nothing.

    Visit El Mirador, Rio Dulce, Parque Central Quetzaltenango, Volcan Pacaya, Yaxha, Monterrico, Tikal, and so much more!

  • Chichicastenango

    Chichicastenango stands at 6,660 feet above sea level surrounded by lush green valleys and mountains looming overhead. Though the town is isolated from the rest of Guatemala, it is an important market town and well known for its Mayan culture. A magical place to visit, it's a mixture of authentic culture and tradition, with the fascinating, bustling and vibrant outdoor open-air market as its main attraction.

    Visit the Iglesia de Santo Tomas, Pascual Abaj, Mural, Galeria Pop-Wuj, Capilla del Calvario, and so much more!

  • Guatemala City

    Guatemala City is an energetic capital city, a city unlike any other in the country which is slowly leaving its shady past behind and becoming an up and coming tourist destination. A sprawling metropolis with a mixture of modern skyscrapers and colonial architecture with many notable buildings where hotels, shops, restaurants, and bars are housed. The city offers vibrant street art, trendy coffee shops, museums, markets and much more.

    Visit the Cathedral and so much more!

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