By Shelagh McNally
From fiery volcanoes to old church buildings relationship again to the 1600s, Guatemala is a banquet for explorers searching for new reviews. This experience consultant information how one can sail on Lake Atitlan, raft on Rio Candelera, hike to Maya ruins, dive a barrier reef or take a motorcycle journey round Antigua. There also are info on Guatemala's tradition and traditions, and the way to go back and forth with appreciate for the rustic and its welcoming humans. The sequence of "Adventure courses" are approximately residing extra intensely, waking as much as your atmosphere and really experiencing all that you simply come upon. every one e-book bargains a mixture of useful commute info besides actions designed for everybody, it doesn't matter what their age or skill. entire heritage info - heritage, tradition, geography and weather - provides an information of every vacation spot and its humans. neighborhood chapters take you on an introductory journey, with stops at museums, historical websites and native points of interest. The volumes additionally hide: areas to stick and consume; transportation to, from and round your vacation spot; sensible matters; worthwhile web content; e mail addresses; and tourism contacts. certain neighborhood and city maps characteristic strolling and riding excursions.
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19-44 Zona 1 at 7 am to 1:30 pm. Fortalezas leaves from 19 ave. 0-70 Zona 1, 2:30 am to 6:30 pm every hour. Rapidos del Sur leaves from 20 ave. 6-55 Zona 1, 2:30 am to 6:30 pm every half-hour. Rutas Lima leaves from 6a. calle 8-63 Zona 1, 5:30 am to 4:30 pm every hour. Velasquez leaves from 20 calle 2a. ave. Zona 1, 5:30 am to 4:30 pm every hour. Tacana 2a. leaves from ave. 20-42 Zona 1, 5:30 am to 4:30 pm every hour. Only one main line handles the trip from the capital to La Mesilla, Huehuetenango: Transportes Velázquez leaves from 20 Calle y 2a.
La Petenera leaves from 16 calle 10-03 Zona 1. Lineas Maxima leaves from 5a. ave. 17-26 Zona 1. Maya Express leaves from 17 calle 9-36 Zona 1. Fuentes de Norte leaves from 17 calle 17-01 Zona 1. Prices start at US $8 per person. Shuttle Services to Flores You have the option of leaving from Antigua or Guatemala to get to Flores. You must make reservations for the shuttles and they will pick you up at your hotel. Adventure Travel Center. . . . . . . . % 502/832-0162 Horizantes . . . .
December 5-8: Virgén de Concepción (Virgin Mary of the Conception). Mother Mary is a significant figure for the many Catholic Guatemalans. December 8 coincides with the Mexican feast of the Virgin of Guadalupe and there is some overlap with this holiday. She is considered the mother of all Guatemalans. Celebrations are held throughout the departments of Huehuetenango, Jutiapa, Quetzaltenango, Quiché, Retalhuleu, Sacatepéquez, San Marcos, Santa Rosa, Sololá, Sololá and Suchitepéquez. December 8: Quemadas Diablo (Devil Burning Day).