Maya Trails

Maya Trails

Dulce River (Spanish: Río Dulce, or "Sweet River") is a river in Guatemala, completely contained within the department of Izabal.

The area of Peten is the largest department of Guatemala, occupies about a third of Guatemala but contains over three per cent of its population.

Copan is the best-restored, interesting and elaborate Mayan cities known

Tecpan is the mid point between Guatemala City/Antigua and Lake Atitlan.

Chichicastenango, located about 140 km of Guatemala City, is home to what is surely the most colorful native market in North and Central America, perhaps in all the Americas.

Guatemala’s capital city is the most modern and cosmopolitan city in Central America.

Declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Tikal National Park shelters the remains of one of the largest and most important cities in the Pre-Hispanic history of the Maya Civilization as well as 550 square kilometers of exuberant rainforest, home to a great diversity of flora and fauna.

With three stunning volcanoes rising out of its emerald surface, Lake Atitlán is located 144km west of Guatemala City.

Antigua is among the world’s best conserved colonial cities in the Americas.

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