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We found great results, but some are outside Escuintla Department. Showing results in neighboring cities.
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Acatenango Volcano

Antigua 13.6 mi away
#1 of 56 things to do in Antigua
some further information 5) Great view at the basecamp at erupting Fuego 6) Great pasta for dinner - thx to the Guides ;-) 7) Perfect stuff in the provided tents to stay warm during the night 8) Great hike and vie...
Wicho and Charlies includes everything, nutritious and enough food, delicious fresh fruit, coffee, tea, hot chocolate, dinner , all the things you need for the cold weather and an awesome basecamp with Fuegos view.
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Old Town Outfitters

Antigua 16.2 mi away
#56 of 56 things to do in Antigua
My team of 5 avid hikers hiked 7 volcanoes in 11 days with guides Carlos and Lucas, who went out of their way to make our trip fun, safe, exciting and full of wonderful surprises.
The service was phenomenal (hiking an active volcano!!!) the guides were so knowledgeable, safety conscious (Edwin held my hand as we climbed over the sharp lava rocks - other guides left their clients to their ow...
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CA Travelers

Antigua 13.0 mi away
#56 of 56 things to do in Antigua
Chicken and rice for a lunch (there is always a vegetarian option too), fruits for a snack, hot chocolate on arrival to a basecamp, pasta bolognese for a dinner with a little bit of wine, garlic bread,marshmallows...
Everything is well-considered and thoughtfully curated to ensure that hikers will enjoy all aspects of the trip.

Soy Tours

Chimaltenango 15.8 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Chimaltenango
Sitting by the campfire with a hot chocolate and marshmallows, watching a volcano spew lava, is definitely an unforgettable experience!
The food was delicious (big meal at dinner with hot chocolate and toasted marshmallows after, and hot coffee at breakfast), we were well looked after, but most of all the guides were lovely.

Simoon! Rentals & Tours

Antigua 16.6 mi away
#56 of 56 things to do in Antigua
You see a couple of the popular sites, stop by a farm to table restaurant and organic farm, Cerro de la Cruz, Earth Lodge for a drink and a snack if your hungry and a couple of other areas I cant remember.
The Mountain Adventure Tour was a highlight of my recent visit to Antigua - GREAT experience with Simoon! and their excellent bi-lingual guide Mynor.
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Wicho & Charlie's Tours

Antigua 16.1 mi away
#56 of 56 things to do in Antigua
The 5 local guides (for 32 hikers) were very dedicated and kind, the equipment (tents, beds, blankets, firecamp...) well adapted, the food was enough and good (bonus point for the hot chocolate and the melted cham...
You could also rent backpacks, hiking poles (recommended, though you can also get sticks for cheaper from people at the base of the trail), boots, thermal base layers, etc.
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#56 of 56 things to do in Antigua
My wife and I are in our 60's-- while we hired a porter to carry our gear, (which Miguel helped arrange) the climb was still a big challenge for us.
Before we booked with OX, we've taken a look with few other agency in Antigua, but OX is the one with the most numbers of choices among the different hiking treks in Guatemala.
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Mountain Bike Guatemala

Antigua 16.4 mi away
#56 of 56 things to do in Antigua
... tours that highlight Guatemala’s spectacular beauty – through high pine forests in the highlands, in terrain ranging from Central America’s highest mountain range to the tropical coastal lowlands, through indi...
I had an Amazing experience: Got picked up at my hotel Drove to the base of the biking trails Had a tasty breakfast Climbed.....and kept climbing Stopped for views and breaks Enjoyed some beautiful downhills Finis...

Association Aprode

Antigua 13.0 mi away
#56 of 56 things to do in Antigua
We slept comfortable and warm all night and regained our energy to hike to the peak! 4. The best price: The cost of the trip included borrowing additional warm clothing and equipment from Elvin, the entrance park...
Trust them, you will get an unforgettable experience and you will help the development of the villages who really need support, especially after the volcano's eruption !!!

Pacaya Volcano

Antigua 12.7 mi away
#5 of 56 things to do in Antigua
great hike - easy but if struggling with altitude - for those of us who live at sea level or find the climb challenging- there are horses to rent - so you can get the view and experience it was just so interesting...
Men with horses are available for hikers to ride up and back if the hike or the altitude gets to be a bit too much for a hiker.
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#56 of 56 things to do in Antigua
If you ride and want to have an amazing experience while you are in Antigua or the surrounding area...don't hesitate to go with Lio and Mayan Crossroads!
We loved the views of the volcanoes, the boat ride, the authentic Italian seafood restaurant.
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Chimaltenango Department 13.0 mi away
#2 of 5 things to do in Chimaltenango Department
The food they provide is delicious and adapted to your wishes (vegan friendly) But the best is that they really focus in giving you an amazing experience with lot of humility and a heart as big as the volcano.
These guides are locals who have grown up ascending the slopes of Acatenango, and they take immense pride in showing you the volcano, which holds a tremendous amount of significance in their culture.
#1 of 2 things to do in Puerto Quetzal
Mates Jimmy and Jose were working the baits and we scored dozens of sails, dorado and my grandson caught a 400 pound blue marlin as a super bonus on the first day.
Catching Mahi along the way always made for great impromptu appetizers or side dishes at dinner time.

Panamax Sailfishing

Puerto de San Jose
#2 of 6 things to do in Puerto de San Jose
The villa is absolutely lovely – it is situated on a quiet canal and boasts lovely gardens, a delightful swimming pool, relaxing hammocks, tons of sleeping options, a fabulous dining palapa, a fully loaded kitchen...
Sure, the fishing was great with calm seas the entire time and plenty of sailfish, dorado (mahi,mahi), & yellowfin tuna caught, but the food was an unexpected surprise....Tom is a gourmet chef who loves to cater t...

Mototours Guatemala

Antigua 16.2 mi away
#56 of 56 things to do in Antigua
Moto tours provides you with excellent (dirt)bikes to drive around the beautiful landscape of Quatemala.

BeachCo. Guatemala

Antigua 16.3 mi away
#56 of 56 things to do in Antigua