Garifuna Settlement Day celebrates the 19th-century arrival of West Africans to Belize, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, a historical event marked in November.
At the magnificent Mayan ruins of Tikal, Guatemala you can channel your inner Indiana Jones; and relax in style afterwards at the luxury eco-resort, Las Lagunas.
Casa Palopó , a luxurious resort next to Lake Atitlán offers a spa, swimming pool, and a chance to gaze out at the beautiful lake all day long.
In Acul Guatemala, cheese is made by farmers who raise grass fed cows, an adventure in the countryside meeting farmers and cheesemakers.
Electric Ghosts of Pachamama is a fascinating collection of true stories about love, exploration and myth in Latin America.
In Darrin Duford’s new book Breakfast for Alligators, he visits an organic macadamia nut farm in rural Guatemala to see how the healthy nut crop is grown
GlobeAware sends volunteers to help local families improve their lives by putting in cement floors. By Elijah Rivera For most of us, having a solid…
A journey from LA to the end of South America on the Wonder Trail via Central America, shared by Steve Hely describing the part of the trip in Guatemala.
Guatemala: A comically failed attempt at climbing what the author later discovered was a “black diamond” volcano in Guatemala.
Chichicastenango: exploring the Mayan culture at the local market in Guatemala, the largest and longest running in Central America.
Leaving a Lasting Impact on Guatemala: Helping the Native Women of Xecam By Tyrel Nelson It’s T-shirt weather in Xecam (Shay-com). Team Leader Ernie and I…
Fun Facts About Tikal, The Mother of the Maya Kingdom By Rebecca Mayoll Tikal is an isolated destination in north Guatemala, the mother of all…