Interactive Map – Guatemala

From stunning Maya ruins, sometimes completely lost in the rainforest, to traditional villages with vibrant markets, lovely colonial towns, active volacanoes, gorgeous canyons of limestone pools, hot springs, and diverse wildlife, Guatemala seems to have it all. Best of all, Guatemalans are open, curious and kind, happy to share their customs with travelers. Despite its unsafe reputation largely due to a still recent civil war, Guatemala is a fantastic country to explore.

Check out our articles through the main menu, take a visual tour, or go by this interactive map: zoom-in on the area of interest, and check out the black pins. Each of them corresponds to an article.

Make sure you sign up to follow and not miss out!

Claire & Marcella

16 thoughts on “Interactive Map – Guatemala

  1. Pingback: Exploring the cradle of the Maya civilization, El Mirador, Guatemala | Best regards from far,

  2. Pingback: How to preserve the rainforest of Central America: by chewing gum, the organic ones! | Best regards from far,

  3. Pingback: A 5-day jungle expedition to discover the ancient Maya capital of El Mirador, Guatemala | Best regards from far,

  4. Pingback: Climbing up the Acatenango volcano, Guatemala | Best regards from far,

  5. Pingback: Photo of the day: sunset in Semuc Champey, Guatemala | Best regards from far,

  6. Pingback: Photo of the day: Lake Atitlan, Guatemala | Best regards from far,

  7. Pingback: Pic of the day: Sunset from the 3976m high Acatenango volcano, Guatemala | Best regards from far,

  8. Pingback: Photo of the day: volcano Fuego, Guatemala | Best regards from far,

  9. Pingback: Photo of the day: colourful Antigua, Guatemala | Best regards from far,

  10. Pingback: Photo of the day: chilling in the misty waters of Fuentes Georginas, Guatemala | Best regards from far,

  11. Pingback: Photo of the day: colonial Antigua, Guatemala | Best regards from far,

  12. Pingback: Photo of the day: Street scene on New Year’s day, Guatemala | Best regards from far,

  13. Pingback: Photo of the day: the loudest land animal in the world! | Best regards from far,

  14. Pingback: Photo of the day: sunset rain in the subtropical humid forest of Guatemala | Best regards from far,

  15. Pingback: Photo of the day: river crossing in Guatemala | Best regards from far,

  16. Pingback: Guatemala: A visual tour | Best regards from far,

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s