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Antigua Guatemala

Come for Antigua's volcanoes and base yourself here for the food.

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Antigua, Guatemala

Guatemala Highlights Tour

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Acatenango Volcano Hiking Tour

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Antigua, Guatemala

Antigua Foodie Dream

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Antigua, Guatemala

Street Food in Antigua

USD $51.00 Per Person

Antigua, Guatemala

Antigua Walking Tour (Half Day)

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Antigua, Guatemala

Antigua Guatemala Market Tour

USD $26.00 Per Person

 Antigua Guatemala at a Glance

Step back in time on the streets of Antigua Guatemala; this charming city still flaunts the pastel façades and picturesque ruins from the Spanish colonial period which are protected by it’s prestigious World Heritage status. Alongside a fascinating history, it’s overlooked by no less than 3 volcanos which is sure to satisfy any adventure seeker!

 History and Culture

 Where to stay in Antigua Guatemala

 When is the best time to visit Antigua Guatemala

May and June is a great time to visit as, generally, it is not too rainy nor too hot.

The rainy season falls between February and April, and between September to November, the heat can be stifling.

 What to do in Antigua Guatemala

The obvious activity is, of course, exploring the jungle! Within the canopy, there is the opportunity to hike, birdwatch, visit local communities, or just relax in a remote and tranquil eco-lodge.

We highly recommend taking a guided tour for any of these activities – it’s not difficult to get lost with 5.5 million km² of the dense jungle!

If you want a truly authentic experience, take a Bameno community tour which is home to the indigenous Huaorani people. The Huaorani only made contact with Western culture 50 years ago, so this is a fascinating insight into a society largely untouched by outside influence. This tour is exclusive to Keteka and you can read all about it here.

A visit to the Kichwa (Quichua) cacao cooperatives is also highly recommendable. These communities cultivate, produce and sell their own chocolate for fairer prices than they would get from mass exportation with multinational corporations. A guided tour with a local takes you through the whole process and gives you the chance to sample the cacao bean to the finished product.

For the full jungle experience, take a comprehensive five-day tour.

 The Keteka difference

Keteka grants access to authentic activities run by local tour operators and guides. You can book and secure your place in advance, and we will take care of everything else. We’ll let you know where to go or where you will be picked up and at what time.

 How to get to Antigua Guatemala

Shared Shuttle 

CA Express Bus 

$15 USD

Private Taxi

~$35 USD

Note: we don’t recommend taking a chicken bus from the airport. This involves going via Guatemala City which is not tourist-friendly