This is truly a spiritual time for this magical country full of traditions! Guatemala celebrates All Saints’ Day (Nov 1st) & the Day of the Dead (Nov 2nd) on the same national holiday this Thursday.
Part of my passion is to learn more about this remarkable city. While reading all of the books I could about Guatemala’s colonial history in the 1970’s -90’s
Truly one of Guatemala’s biggest attractions is the breathtaking views of its volcanoes! The country has so many volcanoes due to the Ring of Fire
Antigua Guatemala’s restoration efforts add to the magical character of this remarkable city. The city is dotted with more than 30 colonial churches once in use before the capital was moved to Guatemala City in 1774
Lake Atitlan is one of the most beautiful lakes in the world! With the most spectacular views of the lake and surrounding volcanoes, today it is inhabited by the Maya Kakchikel, K’iche’ and Tz’utujil.