The Guatemala Adventure

When was the last time,
you did something for the first time?

In Guatemala you have many oportunities
to do something for the first time.

If you are looking for an adventure that combines active tourism with unique experiences, Guatemala offers you as many possibilities as you can imagine... Hikes through tropical jungles or amazing volcanoes, exploring caves, camping in the forest, archaeological tours on rivers such as the Usumacinta, in areas so remote that you will relive the sensations of America's discoverers.

Jaunts on horseback, trip for bird watching or seeing crocodiles in a river, bicycle tours or the thrill of rafting on mighty white-water rivers, diving excursions, or sport fishing.

3 days of adventure in the jungle, riding a horse, an all-terrain vehicle, and a small boat on a river, while visiting some interesting Mayan sites, such as Yaxhá, Topoxté, La Naya, El Kuch, and Ixtinto. Among the animals that can be observed are monkeys, crocodiles, and a myriad of plants. Includes: All transportation, guide, and accommodation, all meals and local taxes.

US$ 260 per person (minimum 4)

3 days combining archaeology and jungle, on an-all terrain vehicle, visiting Uaxactún, Dos Lagunas, Río Azul, and El Kinal and camping in the middle of the jungle on the "Chicleros" workcamps. Including transportation, guide, accommodation in hammocks, all meals and local taxes.

US$ 380 per person (minimum 4)


3 days navigating "La Pasión" river and the Petexbatún lagoon, with accommodation at a small lodge in the middle of the jungle with first class service (Posada de Mateo). This expedition includes also walking and a horseback riding trip to explore archaeological sites.

US$ 250 per person (minimum 4)

 Adv. 04 RAFTING
Guatemala has many rivers to raft down, exploring areas and venturing off beaten paths for unforgettable experiences. Guatemala's famous white-water rivers offer visitors a variety of options from one to several days. River trips provide a stimulating and challenging alternative to vacationing in Guatemala


Guatemala is getting recognition as having one of the world's highest concentrations of billfish, in particular sailfish. Guatemala's Pacific Coast quite possibly offers the world's best fishing conditions, particularly during the dry season (October to May). It is usual for a boat to "catch and release" up to 25 sailfish per day.

4 days/ 3 nights
2 days for fishing on a 31' yacht including all the equipment, box lunch and beverages. Accommodation at Hotel Villas del Pacífico, Puerto San José, american breakfast, and round trip transportation between
Guatemala City and San José. Transfers Hotel-beach-Hotel.

US$835 per person (minimum 4)