Guatemala Travel Guide

  • A chicken bus in Guatemala City
    A chicken bus in Guatemala City
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  • Steet Scene in San Pedro La Laguna
    Steet Scene in San Pedro La Laguna
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  • Sunset on Lake Atitlán
    Sunset on Lake Atitlán
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Guatemala Highlights

  • Pro
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    atufft says…

     Chicken bus tourism still a possibility. Pleasant Mayan Men and Women. 

  • Con
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    quime says…

     dirty and pollution 

  • In a nutshell
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    ChrisLowe says…

     A bit spooky if alone - know your Spanish! 

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Antigua Guatemala

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650,1885,76

Guatemala City

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Guatemala/Guatemala_City-1671108/TravelGuide-Guatemala_City.html

175,403,51

Panajachel

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133,294,2

Parque Nacional Tikal

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314,1008,1

San Pedro La Laguna

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Solola/San_Pedro_La_Laguna-1667054/TravelGuide-San_Pedro_La_Laguna.html

55,87,0

Flores

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_del_Peten/Flores-1669917/TravelGuide-Flores.html

72,201,7

Lago de Atitlán

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Solola/Lago_de_Atitlan-1671910/TravelGuide-Lago_de_Atitlan.html

171,409,9

Cobán

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Alta_Verapaz/Coban-1671101/TravelGuide-Coban.html

36,102,0

Chichicastenango

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_del_Quiche/Chichicastenango-1671425/TravelGuide-Chichicastenango.html

89,211,1

Santiago Atitlán

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Solola/Santiago_Atitlan-1666845/TravelGuide-Santiago_Atitlan.html

37,127,0

Quetzaltenango

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Quetzaltenango/Quetzaltenango-1667664/TravelGuide-Quetzaltenango.html

30,37,0

Monterrico

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Santa_Rosa/Monterrico-1668408/TravelGuide-Monterrico.html

12,39,0

Río Dulce

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Huehuetenango/Rio_Dulce-1672216/TravelGuide-Rio_Dulce.html

19,50,2

Sayaxché

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_del_Peten/Sayaxche-1666798/TravelGuide-Sayaxche.html

21,79,0

Tecpán Guatemala

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Chimaltenango/Tecpan_Guatemala-1666522/TravelGuide-Tecpan_Guatemala.html

4,9,0

El Remate

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_del_Peten/El_Remate-1670220/TravelGuide-El_Remate.html

31,43,0

Tikal

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_del_Peten/Tikal-1666458/TravelGuide-Tikal.html

8,23,0

Puerto Barrios

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Izabal/Puerto_Barrios-1667718/TravelGuide-Puerto_Barrios.html

12,8,1

Lanquín

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Alta_Verapaz/Lanquin-1669306/TravelGuide-Lanquin.html

11,24,0

Lago de Amatitlán

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Guatemala/Lago_de_Amatitlan-1671958/TravelGuide-Lago_de_Amatitlan.html

1,5,0

Todos Santos Cuchumatán

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Huehuetenango/Todos_Santos_Cuchumatan-1666422/TravelGuide-Todos_Santos_Cuchumatan.html

17,56,0

San Marcos La Laguna

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Solola/San_Marcos_La_Laguna-1667131/TravelGuide-San_Marcos_La_Laguna.html

10,25,0

San Antonio Aguas Calientes

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Sacatepequez/San_Antonio_Aguas_Calientes-1667406/TravelGuide-San_Antonio_Aguas_Calientes.html

6,16,0

Puerto Santo Tomás de Castilla

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Izabal/Puerto_Santo_Tomas_de_Castilla-1667716/TravelGuide-Puerto_Santo_Tomas_de_Castilla.html

2,27,0

Sumpango

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Sacatepequez/Sumpango-1666608/TravelGuide-Sumpango.html

5,24,0

San Vicente Pacaya

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Escuintla/San_Vicente_Pacaya-1666823/TravelGuide-San_Vicente_Pacaya.html

15,40,0

San Juan Cotzal

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_del_Quiche/San_Juan_Cotzal-1667185/TravelGuide-San_Juan_Cotzal.html

13,28,0

San Juan del Obispo

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Sacatepequez/San_Juan_del_Obispo-1667182/TravelGuide-San_Juan_del_Obispo.html

2,7,0

San Antonio Palopó

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Solola/San_Antonio_Palopo-1667386/TravelGuide-San_Antonio_Palopo.html

12,38,0

Iximché

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Chimaltenango/Iximche-1669750/TravelGuide-Iximche.html

7,22,0

Sierra los Cuchumatanes

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Sierra_los_Cuchumatanes-1670976/TravelGuide-Sierra_los_Cuchumatanes.html

6,28,0

Nebaj

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_del_Quiche/Nebaj-1668353/TravelGuide-Nebaj.html

3,4,0

Monterrico

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Jutiapa/Monterrico-1668409/TravelGuide-Monterrico.html

7,7,0

Santa Cruz del Quiché

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_del_Quiche/Santa_Cruz_del_Quiche-1666948/TravelGuide-Santa_Cruz_del_Quiche.html

10,40,0

San Juan La Laguna

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Solola/San_Juan_La_Laguna-1667175/TravelGuide-San_Juan_La_Laguna.html

1,7,0

San Francisco El Alto

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Totonicapan/San_Francisco_El_Alto-1667312/TravelGuide-San_Francisco_El_Alto.html

3,14,0

Quiriguá

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Izabal/Quirigua-1667645/TravelGuide-Quirigua.html

10,57,0

Laguna de Calderas

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Guatemala/Laguna_de_Calderas-1671733/TravelGuide-Laguna_de_Calderas.html

0,3,0

Uspantán

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_del_Quiche/Uspantan-1666288/TravelGuide-Uspantan.html

3,18,0

San Miguel Dueñas

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2,22,0

Monte Rico

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Jutiapa/Monte_Rico-1668412/TravelGuide-Monte_Rico.html

21,20,0

Lívingston

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Izabal/Livingston-1668904/TravelGuide-Livingston.html

9,18,6

Sololá

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Solola/Solola-1666631/TravelGuide-Solola.html

2,9,1

Sipacate

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Escuintla/Sipacate-1666649/TravelGuide-Sipacate.html

0,6,0

Santiago Sacatepéquez

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Sacatepequez/Santiago_Sacatepequez-1666843/TravelGuide-Santiago_Sacatepequez.html

5,22,0

Santa María de Jesùs

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Sacatepequez/Santa_Maria_de_Jesus-1666897/TravelGuide-Santa_Maria_de_Jesus.html

1,6,0

San Martín Sacatepéquez

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6,27,0

Sacapulas

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_del_Quiche/Sacapulas-1667506/TravelGuide-Sacapulas.html

2,3,0

Mixco Viejo

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Chimaltenango/Mixco_Viejo-1668444/TravelGuide-Mixco_Viejo.html

1,3,0

Esquipulas

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Caribbean_and_Central_America/Guatemala/Departamento_de_Chiquimula/Esquipulas-1669952/TravelGuide-Esquipulas.html

3,4,1

Antigua Guatemala

  • Pacaya Volcano

    Antigua Guatemala Things to Do

    The village near Pacaya Volcano is very poor - there is not even a grocery store. There are many wonderful dogs you'll encounter on your hike. They are friendly but skinny! Please take dry dog food in zip lock bags to feed these wonderful dogs. ALSO, MORE IMPORTANT, talk to the local vendors on the hike up who sell sodas and chips. Tell them...

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  • Meson Panza Verde

    Antigua Guatemala Hotels

    Really beautiful and small. Close to parque central but not in the center of things. Nice...

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  • Frida's

    Antigua Guatemala Restaurants

    We had read good reviews of Frida’s on both VT and elsewhere and as it was just up the road from our hotel we were keen to try it for ourselves – and we were not disappointed. Frida’s is a Mexican restaurant themed around the life and work of Frida Kahlo, although the décor is such an eclectic mix that the theme is lost in places. On entering the...

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Guatemala City

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Panajachel

See all 133 Panajachel Tips
  • Reserva Natural Atitlan

    Panajachel Things to Do

    This Nature Reserve is a little way back up the road towards Solola and down a side road. It is well worth a visit, whether for walking the trails through the forest and watching out for wildlife, or for the canopy ziplines - we didn't try the latter but it looked fun!Entry fee is 55Quetzals.The visitors centre is very modern and has a lot of...

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  • Hotel San Buenaventura De Ati

    Panajachel Hotels

    Finca San Buenaventura Panajachel So 99999

  • Shopping for crafts

    Panajachel Shopping

    Panajachel and the surrounding villages are rightly considered among the best places to shop for handicrafts. The high proportion (90%) of Maya living here, and the high numbers of visitors, combine to create a shopping frenzy! Naturally the quality of goods on offer varies, but it is generally good to very good, and with negotiation prices can be...

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Parque Nacional Tikal

San Pedro La Laguna

  • Ventana Blue

    San Pedro La Laguna Restaurants

    Great food and the usual selection of good wines and beer at reasonable prices make this one of the best places we ate at in San Pedro. The chef is excellent and runs the kitchen well.Highly recommended. Had a local stew - fantastic!

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  • Be creative, come and paint!

    San Pedro La Laguna Restaurants

    Art Café El Colibri is a laid back spot on the shore of Lake Atitlan. In really beautiful garden you can relax with your book and a cup of local fresh coffee. Café specializes on creps, don´t miss it! You can also support a special educational project by painting a cup there. For just 16 Q you will help to local students to go to the university....

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  • The garden of horrors.

    San Pedro La Laguna Restaurants

    I have never met such rude and inconsiderate people as when I went to this restaurant. While trying to appear like a french restaurant, they were actually just a bunch of drunks and druggies, quite rough and rude. The owners were very unpleasant and I would recommend that anybody avoid this place. The food was mediocre at best.

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Flores

See all 72 Flores Tips
  • Canopy/Zip-Lining close to Flores

    Flores Things to Do

    A short 5-minutes ride from Flores the natural park Ixpanpajul is located. They offer several activities in the wild nature such as swinging through the forest on a Zip-Line from tree to tree. They call it Tarzan-Canopy-Tour and offer this activity also at night. As we found this out we wanted to try this before leaving Flores! It was an amazing...

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  • La Lancha Lodge

    Flores Hotels

    Lake Peten Itza, Flores, Guatemala

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • And thanks for all the fish...

    Flores Restaurants

    What a nice place! After some hard bus rides through Guatemala we stayed a few days on the wonderful island Flores. There we went EVERY night and some days even for lunch (too bad they dont do breakfast) to the Villa de chef restaurant. Right at the shore of this beautiful lake, with romantic sunsets almost garanteed and an atmosfere that is...

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Lago de Atitlán

See all 171 Lago de Atitlán Tips
  • Real Japanese Sushi!

    Lago de Atitlán Restaurants

    Real Japanese style sushi and not the stuff they pass off as sushi in some Guatemalan restaurants. This place is a full-on Japanese restaurant inside a Japanese hotel full of Japanese travelers. I tried the Maguro Don which a lot of the Japanese travelers were ordering. I guess it is somewhat famous with the Japanese backpackers. Maguro Don is...

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  • La Casa del Mundo Hotel

    Lago de Atitlán Hotels

    The setting is beautiful but any place on Lake Atitlan has that. Friends stayed here and recommended...

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  • Private boat tours to remote locations

    Lago de Atitlán Things to Do

    We recently took a private boat tour with Los Elementos Adventure Center and I recommend it because we were able to go to locations that would have been difficult to find on our own. Many of the best and most exotic places can only be reached by boat. . . and only if you have a guide who knows where to go. We visited several of the geothermal hot...

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Cobán

See all 36 Cobán Tips
  • Robberies in Hotels

    Cobán Warnings and Dangers

    Many backpackers and visitors in general like to stay in dormitories. Rooms for 4 or more people.Now:1. never leave belongings of higher value in your room alone. never. i bet you knew that. everybody can take a look in your room without your knowledge.2. never sleep without securing your belongings (ask for a safe and a signature/bill) if possible...

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  • Semuc Champey Mirador

    Cobán Things to Do

    Besides the pools, the hiking around Semuc Champey is absolutely fabulous. the area is permeated with lush jungles, rich flora and fauna that most people do not have the luxury of experiencing at home.There is a trail up to a lookout called El Mirador. This trail rises steeply along the valley walls, sometimes feeling like you're climbing rather...

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  • Semuc Champey Lagoons

    Cobán Things to Do

    The Semuc Champey lagoons are probably the most famous landmark around Coban. These aquamarine pools are gorgeous, formed from limestone runoff of the nearby river. It is a gorgeous site to relax for a day. One can hike up to el mirador, a look out from the mountainside. Or just lay around in the pools. Or even, if you're feeling adventurous, hike...

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Chichicastenango

Santiago Atitlán

  • Shopping for handicrafts

    Santiago Atitlán Shopping

    The main street here is lined with shops selling all sorts of hand-crafted items – textiles galore, wood carvings, paintings, decorations, leather goods and more. The quality seemed to me to be on the whole pretty good, and the prices reasonable if you’re happy to haggle a little. I bought a woven glasses case on one of the stalls down near the...

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  • Traditional dress in Santiago

    Santiago Atitlán Local Customs

    Santiago has a distinctive style of local dress, as do many of the Maya-dominated towns of Guatemala. The women wear huipiles, usually with a pale blue background, on which are darker vertical stripes. Between the stripes there are often colourful tropical birds, though sometimes they are left plain, and around the neckline are embroidered equally...

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  • Maximón

    Santiago Atitlán Local Customs

    A visit to the Mayan idol, Maximón, is a highlight of any trip to Santiago Atitlàn. Unlike many such figures, you won’t find him in a church or other place of worship, but in a family home. It is a great honour among local families to act as Maximón’s host, and also a great responsibility. He has his own room, and is watched over day and night....

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Quetzaltenango

See all 30 Quetzaltenango Tips
  • Xela Cemetery

    Quetzaltenango Things to Do

    This cemetery was one of our favorite things we did in Xela. And it was free! Only a few blocks off the main plaza is a beautiful cemetery. The front is filled with impressive marble tombs and if you walk to the back, you'll reach the predominantly Mayan section where the gravestones are painted bright colors. On Sundays, flower vendors sit outside...

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  • Fair Trade Handicraft Shopping in Xela

    Quetzaltenango Things to Do

    Support fair trade in Guatemala! Many of the typical artisan shops and markets actually sell mass-produced products and the handmade artisan products they sell often give very little of that money to the artisans who actually make their products. For that reason, its important to support cooperatives and stores that are fair trade, like Y'abal...

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  • Ciudad Tecan Uman border crossing

    Quetzaltenango Warnings and Dangers

    We had to go to this crossing to get into Xela as opposed to Guatemala City. I have heard all the crossings are like this..This is how my experience went..We got a pedicab across the bridge as we had tons of stuff and as we pulled up a guy came and grabbed our passports and took them into the office. We went inside and was told to sit and wait. I...

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Monterrico

See all 12 Monterrico Tips
  • Swim/Bodysurf

    Monterrico Things to Do

    Kind of a shore break here so no real surfing so to speak but you can do some fun body whomping in the shore pound..watch the rips though as they are frequent here. Best time to swim in in the morning prior to 11 or after 3pm when the sand starts to cool down. From 11-3 the black sand is a bit on the hot side to walk on barefoot.

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  • Eating

    Monterrico Restaurants

    You can eat any any of the many places in town, a local tienda, or cook a meal yourself.I did it all> Monterrico was a bit over priced compared to Hawaii but the food was safe westernized so to speak..that being said the real meals for me were in Hawaii and on the basic side..we even BBQ'd some local fish one night and washed it down with many...

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  • Beach football (soccer ok????)

    Monterrico Things to Do

    The locals love beach soccer and in the village of Hawaii they have a championship team. If you are around during a festival you will probably see a game...Look for the Gallo tent and the noise.

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Río Dulce

See all 19 Río Dulce Tips
  • The Bakery without white Bread

    Río Dulce Restaurants

    Think the Title says it all. The sandwich wasn't bad. Decent Portion size. The Wheat bread is really a Whole Wheat with whole grains. So if you aren't into crunchies in your bread go with White. Maybe they will have it that day ....... Don't think I will try to get a favorite

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  • Rio Dulce Bungalow

    Río Dulce Hotels

    Rio Lampara, Rio Dulce, 0000, GT

  • Stay on the Rio Dulce

    Río Dulce Things to Do

    There's a cute little hideaway approximately halfway between Rio Dulce town and Livingston on the beautiful Rio Dulce called Finca Tatin. It's family owned with hammocks under a big rancho and bungalows or dormitory-style for sleeping. Home-cooked, inexpensive meals are served to the guests and there are a bazillion things to do while you're there;...

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Sayaxché

See all 21 Sayaxché Tips
  • Combi from Santa Elena through to Coban

    Sayaxché Transportation

    Combi Vans, a shared minevan usually packed full of human cargo inside and with baggage on the roof, ply the highways from Flores/Santa Elena through to Coban on a relatively new highway system. Just before I took this route, many here on VT argued that it would be hard going on a gravel road, taking many hours, but at the time of our trip a new...

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  • Across the River

    Sayaxché Transportation

    As I explained, the minibus dropped us on the "wrong" side of the Rio De La Pasion. To reach Sayaxché, it is but a short boat ride across the river (cost: 28 cents).I wonder how many people who read this tip have crossed from Chiang Khong to Houayxai. It was exactly the same experience, although a world away. Actually El Remate reminded me a lot of...

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  • Minibus from Flores to Sayaxché

    Sayaxché Transportation

    All bus from Flores actually depart from lively Santa Elena, across the causeway.I took a tuktuk from the hotel to the bus station. There, I found the minibus to Sayaxché easily. I was alone when the bus started, but we made a first stop in the rowdy market and then stopped again and again in the town's outskirts. Pretty soon we were jammed full....

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Tecpán Guatemala

  • general advice

    Tecpán Guatemala Favorites

    I know the owners pretty well of that hotel, it's close to the middle of town; the water problem is due to the municipal water is only on for part of the day. I usually stay with family in tecpan but you can't beat the location to the market. President bush stayed there on a tour of Guatemala. I'm pretty much family with just about all the butchers...

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  • Cozy restaurant on the your trip North

    Tecpán Guatemala Restaurants

    Nice and clean, the food is very good. You can stop by for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The staff is outstanding and very friendly. I would have to say the omelets were my favorite, you see I missed omelets so much this was all I was pretty much ordering. And this place had the best omelets.

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  • Katok.

    Tecpán Guatemala Restaurants

    This restaurant is the stop for all the tourist tours going to Atitlan lake, and althougt is very touristic the local food is good. Sausages with tortillas and great avocado salad.

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