Guatemala

Home to 33 volcanoes, the southern half of Guatemala is one of the most mountainous regions in Central America. Most notably though, the crown jewel of this tropical country is that it's the heartland of the ancient Mayan civilization. Dating between 300 B.C. and 900 B.C., over 200 Mayan sites and ruins are open to exploration. Despite Guatemala's turbulent history (their civil war lasted from 1960 - 1996) and resulting poverty, most Guatemalans are quite courteous and respectful to tourists. Their profound and genuine hospitality combined with the country's one-of-a-kind cultural legacy, makes this an astonishing natural beauty for traveling. see more see less

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Tikal

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Chichicastenango Market

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Pacaya Volcano

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Yaxha

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