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Guatemala Travel and Tourism

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Guatemala is a country in Central America bordered by Mexico to the north and west, the Pacific Ocean to the southwest, Belize to the northeast, the Caribbean to the east, and Honduras and El Salvador to the southeast. Its size is just under 110,000 km² with an estimated population of 13,000,000. A representative democracy, its capital is Guatemala City. Guatemala's abundance of biologically significant and unique ecosystems contribute to Mesoamerica's designation as a biodiversity hotspot.

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Explore the Highlands of Guatemala during Easter Festivals - Guatemala City
Explore the Highlands of Guatemala during Easter Festivals Take a journey to colorful and culturally rich Guatemala for their Easter festivals. During Semana Santa, the week prior to the Easter holiday, the streets of Guatemala swell with activity as countless processions march over vibrant and intricately patterned carpets of dyed sawdust. Adventure Life Journeys' Guatemala Easter Festivals 12 Day tour is designed to coincide with the Easter festivities in colonial Antigua and also takes visitors to the bustling markets, towering Mayan ruins, and the volcano-fringed Lake Atitlan. The journey begins in the city of Antigua, where the most impressive festivities will take place later in the week. Once the capital of Guatemala and all of Central America, Antigua resembles a l...

Holy Week of Guatemala - Guatemala City
Holy Week of Guatemala Religious festivals - both Christian and Mayan - abound in Guatemala. The biggest is Semana Santa (Holy Week - the week before Easter), featuring processions and celebrations throughout the country. Rabin Ajau is a traditional Q'eqchi (Kekchi) Mayan festival which takes place in late July or early August. Chichicastenango commemorates Santo Tomas in December.

Enjoy the Summer holidays in Guatemala - Guatemala City
Enjoy the Summer holidays in Guatemala The dry season (verano; November to April) is the most pleasant time, weather-wise, to be in Guatemala. Along with summer holidays, however, it's also the busiest. The wet season (invierno; from May to October and until November/December in the north and the east) may restrict some activities and make some roads difficult. It can be worthwhile planning your trip for this time of year, particularly as you'll be more likely to pick up accommodation bargains. The height of the foreign tourist season is from Christmas to Easter. Things become acute around Christmas, New Year and Easter, and in many places you need to book ahead for rooms or transportation. A secondary high season lasts from June to August when throngs ...