Acatenango Volcano

Difficulty: hard

The Acatenango hike is a little more difficult than some of our other trips. However, to anyone up for a challenge, the views that this volcano offer are amazing to say the least. Specifically, Volcano Fuego, an active volcano located next to the Acatenango, can be seen spitting, and occasionally bursting, with lava.

During your hike to Acatenango, you will walk through a beautiful pine forest, which provides some welcome shade. You can also camp for one night at this volcano to have an impressive nighttime view of the Fuego Volcano. This hike begins with a one and a half hour climb to the road of La Torre, from a height of 3.400m to 3.828m. This is the highest non-volcanic point in Central America.

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Availability Every day
Departure times 04:00 am
Departure point Your hotel/address in Antigua
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Spanish-speaking guide

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Zunil Volcano

Difficulty: hard

From the top of the volcano one can enjoy one of the most incredible views from the whole Quetzaltenango Valley. Within a single turn of the head, the lake Atitlan and 14 volcanoes can be seen.

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Availability Every day
Departure times 05:00 am
Departure point Your hotel/address in Quetzaltenango
Included

Spanish-speaking guide

  Return transport
  Breakfast
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PERSONS

PRICE PER PERSON USD$

4 60.00
3 75.00
2 100.00

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San Pedro Volcano

Difficulty: hard

The volcano is located in San Pedro San Pedro La Laguna, Solola department and has a height of 3020 meters.

This volcano is a symmetrical and almost perfect cone, and the rise is directly upwards, so you go up without difficulty, but in a fairly steep incline. The entrance to the crater is located to the side of the lake and the road is generally covered with weeds. The crater is small and its depth is unknown, because it is covered by large trees.

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Availability Every day
Departure times 06:30 am
Departure point Your hotel/address in Panajachel
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  Return transport
  Breakfast

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Santo Tomas Volcano

Difficulty: hard

This volcano is among the 37 volcanic peaks or summits of Guatemala, its ascent can be done from different points, one route is best known. It leaves from the Hot Springs Fuentes Georginas.

We offer 3 different routes to ascend to the summit. The approximate time of climb is approximately 5 hours. The walk down is about 4 hours. From its summit there are several volcanoes that are part of the ring of fire in our country. We recommend starting your climb early in the morning at 03:00 am. During the walk, you can see different types of forest (pine, pinabete, cypress and eucalyptus trees), the degree of difficulty is hard. After the descent from this volcano, you can enjoy a relaxing and deserved bath in the Hot Springs.

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Availability Every day
Departure times 03:00 am
Departure point Your hotel/address in Quetzaltenango
Included

Spanish-speaking guide

  Return transport
  Breakfast
  Water

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