Visit and Travel to Guatemala
WHAT IT TAKES TO TRAVEL GUATEMALA
1. A GOOD ADVENTURE SPIRIT
Guatemala is and adventure land and everywhere you go is like being anancient explorer discovering a new civilization, traveling in Guatemala can beas hard or easy as your money can take you, you can go by the almost freechicken buses, first class buses, shuttles, escorted tours planes orhelicopters or by our hassle free package. Any way you choose will need a positive attitude, do not expect perfection, the paved roads are in very good condition but driving is a bitdifficult for those who do not have experience defence driving in Latin America. And surprisely and incredible at it sounds it is VERY easy for non spanish speaking travelers to enjoy Guatemala.
2. APOSITIVE ATTITUDE
Ahorita....means that it may take a little longer then what you expected, Ourtime concept of punctuality is maybe not like yours, definitely practicity and celerity arenot exactly a religion down here in Guatemala,
3.BE A LEARNER
Guatemalans are very friendly with visitors and will enjoy teaching you our language and way of life, Guatemala is the perfect place for those cultural oriented travelers, We are not the typical beach destination for just do nothing or get drunk, yes we have a few good beaches and lots of sun but we have a lot more interesting live cultural gifts for you who likes tolearn and understand more of our planet.
THIS CAPTIVATING EXOTIC WORLD, SO DIFFERENT FROM YOURS, IS ONLY 2 HOURS BY AIR FROM EITHER MIAMI OR HOUSTON OR 8-10 HOURS FROM EUROPE...
HERE'S WHAT WE HAVE FOR YOU:Itinerariesare suggestions for basic sightseeing programmers to the highlands and lowlands.Just add modules as time permits to make up to a two-week tour. If youdon't feel like calculating by yourself, just pick what you want, tellus how long you have and and we will do the rest.Families and friends traveling together? Don't hesitate to ask for grouprates.
The next pages are special interest services as diverse as: Birdwatching; diving (scuba and snorkeling); fishing; golf; hiking over mountainsor through jungles; Indian arts and crafts; mountain biking; multi-daywhite water rafting up to class IV; pony trekking; sailing; Spanish languageclasses; volcano climbing; living cultures; archeology and just about anythingelse that comes to mind (except snow skiing!). Give us your preferencesto set something up especially for you.
Finally, in our bi-monthly newsletter and we are always looking for NEW Guate travel products.If you would like us to e-mail this to you on a regular basis, just followthe instructions provided.
GUATEMALA, The Land of Eternal SpringAwaits You!!
Temperature Fº (hi/lo) and Rainfall (inches)
| ||Jan ||Feb ||Mar ||Apr ||May ||Jun ||Jul ||Aug ||Sep ||Oct ||Nov ||Dec |
|Guatemala City ||70/55 ||70/63 ||74/61 ||76/58 ||67/55 ||65/52 ||63/51 ||62/52 ||64/53 ||67/55 ||69/52 ||68/52 |
|precipitation ||0.15 ||0.1 ||0.3 ||0.9 ||4.9 ||9.8 ||7.5 ||7.0 ||9.7 ||5.2 ||0.9 ||0.2 |
|Copán ||88/58 ||89/58 ||92/59 ||91/65 ||93/69 ||92/71 ||90/72 ||91/72 ||90/71 ||90/67 ||89/64 ||86/59 |
|precipitation ||5.5 ||2.9 ||2.3 ||2.0 ||4.2 ||4.8 ||9.6 ||7.4 ||7.45 ||7.4 ||7.2 ||6.9 |