I am a work at home mom. Which in many cases sounds great, but honestly it’s a lot harder to do since your children are around the house all day and don’t understand why their mommy prefers to be at … Continue reading
Traditional Mayan Ceremony, Antigua Guatemala For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .
Years ago I remembered my sister in law had a super romantic engagement. It was before I was living here, but I specifically recalled it was in Antigua and her fiance reserved a section of a restaurant. Feeling romantic and … Continue reading
For a truly unique, adventurous and let’s face it, once in a life time experience, look not further than Guatemala. An abundance of stunning mountains, rich Mayan history and valleys of volcanoes can all be found on one of Latin … Continue reading
I was a vegetarian for many many years, even a vegan for 6 years but slowly as I started producing babies, my body has been asking for protein other than soy. I have even started to venture out to fancy … Continue reading
Have you ever flown through the air like a bird looking down at the forest around you? If you haven’t then I suggest you get yourself to a canopy tour in Guatemala right now! We did just that and it … Continue reading
Guatemala, the country of eternal spring, Mayan Indians, active volcanoes and amazing landscapes. This country will fulfill every visitors experience and leave them wanting to come back for more. Get more detailed information about places to go and things to … Continue reading
This is an indigenous town around the Atitlan Lake. It is such a wonderful place for travelers that many stay for months. It offers a beautiful setting with the lake and San Pedro Volcano as the background. Because of the … Continue reading
Tikal is a beautiful Mayan City, one of Guatemala’s most important Touristic destinations and a place very closet to my heart. It’s such an interesting place filled with history and information, so I decided to share with you 7 facts … Continue reading
On the southwest shore of Lake Atitlán, nestled between the volcanic cones of San Pedro, Atitlán and Tolimán, is the lakeside village Santiago Atitlán. Constructed by the Maya in the image of the world as they believed it to exist, … Continue reading
Chichicastenango is commonly known as Chichi for Guatemalans. This is a great place for those looking for the authentic market experience in Guatemala. This is Central America’s largest market and is known for the amount and variety of handcrafts it … Continue reading
Hawaii Park in the southern region Guatemala is a sea turtle, crocodile, and mangrove conservation project run by ARCAS. It is the perfect place for nature lovers. Here you will be able to see a wide range of bird species, … Continue reading
Piñatas are in all birthday celebrations in Guatemala. Over the years they have become some kind of artwork. For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .
What kind of traveler are you? Do you thirst for adventure at every turn? DO you like to explore ancient worlds? Are you more interested in strolling along cobblestone streets soaking in the culture, colorful markets and architecture? Do you … Continue reading
For me the Tikal National Park is one of those destinations in Central America that you can’t miss. You will find it in the middle of the rain forest of the Peten Department, Guatemala. It’s name means “place of voices” … Continue reading
This is a small town located on the western shore of Atitlan Lake and is the perfect getaway to Tajumulco Volcano. It is a place where yoga retreats, restaurants, cheap hotels & bars abound in the middle of vegetation. San … Continue reading
I am a spa junkie. And have turned my husband into one as well. Whenever we need a massage, we do the couples packages so that we can relax and feel the joys of a good massage at the same … Continue reading
“Pana,” as it’s known to locals, is the biggest hippie town south of California. It is located on the banks of Lake Atitlan in central Guatemala. Panajachel is all about de-stressing and chilling out. Many of the full-time residents are … Continue reading
This is what the Central Park of Xela (Quetzaltenango) looks like which by the way is Guatemala’s second largest city. For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .
The central highlands of Guatemala are famous for being home to Semuc Champey and the Lanquin Caves. But there are some other towns in the area with cheap hotels that might be appealing to some travelers that want to explore … Continue reading