Mayan Ruins of Tikal, Guatemala

The Mayan Civilization left us a very impressive city of Tikal. Tikal is the largest excavated site in the American continent. It is Guatemala’s most famous cultural and natural preserve. Tikal possesses a certain magic… Like all puzzles without answersRead More

Livingston Guatemala Garifuna Music

We made it up to Livingston, Guatemala, the home of the Garifuna (or Black Caribs, as they are sometimes referred to) who trace their roots back to St. Vincent, an island in the eastern Caribbean. In 1635, two Spanish slaveRead More

Rio Dulce, Guatemala

After a 7 hour bus ride we’ve found ourselves in a different world: Rio Dulce. It is still Guatemala but hardly can be compared to the highlands. Rio Dulce means “sweet river” in Spanish. The waters of the Rio DulceRead More

San Pedro Volcano Hike Lake Atitlan Guatemala

We hiked San Pedro Volcano, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala with our little Mayan guide from the villaged of San Marcos La Laguna. From the top you can enjoy the beautiful view of Lago Atitlan and even see the Pacific Ocean.

Favorite Spot On Lake Atitlan Guatemala

Sometimes we experience magical moments, here is one spot on Lake Atitlan Guatemala that I feel is magical…

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