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Antigua Guatemala

city in the central highlands of Guatemala

134km

14.5667-90.7333

Flores (Guatemala)

Municipality and capital of Petén Department, Guatemala

149km

16.93-89.8833

Panajachel

Municipality of Sololá Department, Guatemala

158km

14.740611-91.159417

Chiapas

From docks on the Rio Grijalva (the only major river within Mexico) near Tuxtla Gutiérrez in Chiapas state, tour launches take you into this steep-walled National Park. You'll likely see vast flocks of flamingos, pelicans, and other waterfowl, as well as crocodiles.

287km

16.41-92.408611
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Central Highlands (Guatemala)

The Central Highlands is the region around Guatemala City, stretching northwards to the Northern Lowlands in Guatemala.

32km

15.45-90.24

Aguateca

some of the best-preserved Mayan ruins in Guatemala where you are more likely to encounter archaeologists at work than tourists with cameras

97km

16.41194444-90.18833333

Quiriguá

ancient Maya archaeological site in south-eastern Guatemala

106km

15.26944444-89.04027778

Rio Dulce

Known as "a ‘one of a kind’ ecological and cultural heritage for humanity", and home of one of the largest bridges in Central America, the area surrounding this emerald "Sweet River" has many sites to see and things to do. From jungle hikes to the Hot Springs Waterfalls (Rio Dulce is home to Finca Paraiso), visiting Castillo San Felipe de Lara, sailing & watersports, seeing the colorful, friendly surrounding villages & landscapes to taking a Lancha tour through the Majestic Canyon from Livingston. There are plenty of places to stay, including some sweet spots right on the water. Rio Dulce is also a huge hub of access to not only places within Guatemala, such as Antigua, Tikal, Cobán, Semuc Champey and more, but is equally a point of access to the surrounding countries of Belize, Mexico, Honduras, Nicaragua, and El Salvador.

107km

15.6594-89.0033

Dulce River (Guatemala)

river in Guatemala

123km

15.7475-88.87222222

Moho River

river in Belize

135km

16.05984-88.85193

San Miguel Dueñas

Municipality of Sacatepequez Department, Guatemala

143km

14.51666667-90.8

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Semuc Champey

Guatemala
Semuc Champey is a set of crystalline pools over the Río Cahabón in Alta Verapaz, Guatemala. It consists of a natural 300 m limestone bridge, under which passes the Cahabón River. Atop the bridge is a series of stepped, turquoise pools, a popular swimming attraction. Semuc is part of the backpacker trail in Guatemala.

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