Region: Guatemala


Colourful indigenous culture, grand colonial architecture, mysterious archaeological ruins, scenic majestic volcanoes, broad rivers, crater lakes & tropical wildlife

Rio Dulce

Long a favourite of international yachtsmen and local boat owners alike, the beautiful Rio Dulce runs from the Spanish colonial fort of San Felipe at the mouth of Lake Izabal to the Caribbean Sea at Livingston. A short distance from the fort is the town of Fronteras, linked to the town of El Relleno by … Continued

Las Lagunas Boutique Hotel

Luxurious accommodation, top-class cuisine and extensive outdoor activities in a natural lagoon setting

Posada del Angel

A very comfortable and intimate colonial boutique hotel in Antigua

Hotel Atitlan

Long established lakeside hotel with wonderful gardens

El Peten

Vast rainforests, large lakes and mysterious Maya ruins

Hotel Villa Caribe

A pleasant hotel with good views set in peaceful gardens in Livingston, at the mouth of the Rio Dulce.

Hotel Isla de Flores

Charismatic hotel, with a superb rooftop bar and pool, probably the best accommodation on Flores Island

Holiday Inn Guatemala

A comfortable, well priced hotel perfect for transit nights in Guatemala City

Villa Maya

A good value choice for the Tikal area, set in acres of lush grounds


A former capital of Guatemala, Antigua was founded by the Spanish in 1543 and grew to become the finest city in all Central America. It was carved up by various Catholic monastic denominations such as Jesuits, Capuchins and Merceds, each with its own fine church and specific area of control. Following a series of minor … Continued

Hotel Meson De Maria

A beautiful Spanish colonial house converted into a charming boutique hotel

Guatemala For All The Family

Prices are based on a family of four, with two children under the age of 12. As all families are different, please enquire for a definitive quotation.

Central America

Offers a wealth of wildlife, lush rainforests, vibrant colonial towns, beautiful islands and beaches.

The Pacific Coast

Little visited by foreign tourists due to rough waves, rip tides and black volcanic sand beaches, the Pacific coastline of Guatemala is nevertheless one of great beauty and major interest to wildlife enthusiasts for its whale and turtle watching possibilities. The small town of Monterrico is set on a long beach pounded by surf and … Continued

Westin Camino Real

Large, modern hotel with great facilities, in Guatemala City’s upscale, commercial district, Zona Viva