Guatemala: History, Culture And Amazement

Guatemala: History, Culture And Amazement

NOVEMBER-APRIL

Sandwiched between Mexico and El Salvador, Guatemala is a relatively small, tropical country with a striking variety of topographic features. The Sierra Madre mountain range forms the spine of Centra [America and runs parallel to the Pacific Coast. The southernmost extension of this range stretches into Guatemala and its peaks rise to 3,600m in the wild Cuchumatanes region. South of here you will find the now extinct Volcan Tajumulco (4,220m), the highest point in Central America and a must-climb for any keen hiker. KE Adventure offers a range of adventures in Guatemala, with our pick being their tour which takes you to the summit of seven Guatemalan volcanoes.

 Volcan Tajumulco

Volcan Tajumulco

HIGHLIGHTS:

Explore one of the world’s premier archaeological sites, the ancient Mayan city of Tikal.

Trek to the top of Central America’s highest peak, Volcan Tajumulco, and soak in the breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside and the volcanic chain.

Seek out Guatemala’s spectacular volcanoes, some of which are still active and have a plume of smoke drifting skyward.


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