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Approximately 30 miles long, the Río Dulce is Lake Izabal's outlet to the Caribbean. At its widest point, the river has a "lake-
Quiriguá is an important Maya site, a satellite city in Guatemala, to its contemporary Copán in Honduras. It was founded by expatriates from Copán and later rose to defeat it by capturing and sacrificing Copán's priest-
Known for its color full Indian market held every Thursday and Sunday, Chichicastenango is 87 miles from Guatemala City. Indians from throughout the region stream into town on market days to buy, sell, socialize and worship. While buyers and sellers bargain for items such as produce, flowers and handicrafts, Mayan-
Copán is thought to have been the cultural center of the Mayan empire, hosting visiting Mayan leaders from throughout Central America. It reached its height of prominence during the Mayan Classical Period, roughly 500 -
La Antigua paradoxically has retained its quiet, colonial charm under the watchful eyes of its residents, who favor strict protection of town heritage. Founded in 1543, La Antigua was once the third most important Spanish colonial capitol in the Americas after Mexico City and Lima, Peru. In recent years, La Antigua has become a romantic mecca for tourists, with first-
Tikal National Park located in the Petén is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world. There are over 3000 separate constructions, temples, shrines, ceremonial platforms, residences, ball-
Lake Atitlán, which is volcanic in origin, is the main tourist attraction in the Department of Sololá, The lake is 90 miles from Guatemala City. It is located 5,125 feet above sea level. Three spectacular volcanoes (Toliman, Atitlán and San Pedro) form a natural backdrop for the lake waters which changes colors with the varying light.
The region around Zunil, in the departments of Quetzaltenango and Sololá, contains many hot sulphur springs. An especially popular destination is located in Fuentes Georginas, where one encounters a hot spring spa, narrow, steep, paths through the cloud forest, where it is misty and cool even on a sunny day.
Todos Santos is an isolated town high in the mountains in the department of Huehuetenango. People follow their traditional ways using the Mayan 260 day religious calendar. The men of Todos Santos continue to wear the traditional costume unlike men in many of the towns who now wear modern dress. It is a festive time around All Saints Day, November 1, a horse riding ritual and other forms of ceremonial celebration can be seen.
The town is a picturesque colonial setting where is located a classic white church with a beautiful ornate, lacy façade. Vegetables are cultivated along the river. Their cemetery is unique especially during Mother’s day, Father’s day, October 31 celebrating Maximon home move and November 2 when Día del Muertos (Day of the Dead) is celebrated.
Semuc Champey is a natural monument in the department of Alta Verapaz, Guatemala, near the Q'eqchi' Maya town of Lanquín. It consists of a natural 300 m limestone bridge, under which passes the Cahabòn River. Atop the bridge is a series of stepped, turquoise pools, a popular swimming attraction. Although it can be difficult to get to, Semuc is becoming more and more popular with travelers.
Pacaya is an active complex volcano in Guatemala , which first erupted approximately 23,000 ago and has erupted at least 23 times since the Spanish conquest of Guatemala. Pacaya rises to an elevation of 2,552 metres (8,373 After being dormant for a century, it erupted violently in 1965 and has been erupting continuously since then. Much of its activity is Strombolian , but occasional Plinian eruptions also occur, sometimes showering the any of the nearby Departments with ash.
The town of Monterrico is situated on the Pacific coast of Guatemala in the departament of Santa Rosa. Known for its volcanic black sand beaches and annual influx of sea turtles, the town also serves as a major weekend beach resort for all type of travelers. The town is growing more popular with foreign tourists largely because of the local sea turtle conservation efforts as well as the laid-
Sea turtle conservation
A few turtle conservation organizations operate in the Monterrico area because the long stretch of beach serves as a breeding ground for 4 species of sea turtles. Although some locals who hunt for sea turtle eggs during the August-