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15 Things You Didn't Know About Guatemala

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Guatemala - 10 Things That Shock Tourists in Guatemala

What to see and do in Guatemala is only the beginning. The fun culture shocks when we travel are some of the things that make travel great. So whether you are heading to the Mayan Ruins of Tikal, the UNESCO World Heritage city of Antigua, the capital of Guatemala City, or off to hike one of the volcanoes, there is plenty to surprise travelers when they visit Guatemala.
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5 Things NOT To Do in Guatemala

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With its lush landscapes, Mayan ruins, and towering volcanoes, there aren't too many things not to love about Guatemala. But like most countries, there are some Things NOT To Do in Guatemala.

1. Don't Visit Guatemala City
According to the U.S. Department of State's travel notice, the city is rife with violent crimes against U.S. citizens and foreign travelers. The capital was once considered safe, but those days are long gone.

2. Don't Wear Flip Flops to the Mayan Ruins
Unless you want to lose your footing and sprain an ankle, leave the flip flops in your suitcase. The ancient Mayan Ruins are over a thousand years old, staircases may be unstable, and grassy areas uneven. So watch your step!

3. Don't Have Your Heart Set on Delicious Coffee
Guatemala may be known for producing some of the best brews you'll ever taste. Sadly, most of the coffee is exported, which means you won't be sipping a cup of Guatemalan joe during your stay.

4. Don't Travel at Night
It's a necessary precaution when traveling, especially in Guatemala. When night falls, the chances of becoming a victim of a crime are far greater.

5. Don't Take Photos of the Locals Without Permission
There are unsubstantiated rumors in Mayan communities that foreigners have the intent to steal their children and sell them abroad. A Japanese tourist was tragically killed by an angry mob of 500 villagers after he took pictures of indigenous women and children in a market.

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Guatemala - What to Know Before You Visit Guatemala

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Guatemala is not always on a travelers bucket list, however with multiple UNESCO World Heritage Sights like the Mayan sight of Tikal or the historic city of Antigua Guatemala has a lot to offer travelers. Here we talk with a local guide about what travelers should know before they visit Guatemala.
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Another 5 Things NOT To Do in Guatemala

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Guatemala. A truly awe-inspiring place. But we're here to potentially save you from danger with another 5 things NOT To do in The Land of Eternal Spring.

1. Don't Flush Toilet Paper
The pipes are different in this country, so if there's a trash can in the restroom, it's there for a reason. Use the wastebasket so you don't clog up the narrow pipes and cause some major property damage.

2. Don't Assume Everyone Speaks Spanish
Yes, you're in Latin America, but that doesn't mean everyone understands and speaks Spanish. Some of the people speak indigenous languages, including K'iche' and Kekchi.

3. Don't Use Public ATMs
There are many scams where thieves attempt to steal credit card details from ATMs. Even though ATMs are readily accessible, most of them are too old to even read the chip in your new bank card.

4. Don't Swim in Any Bodies of Water
The country isn't equipped with warning signs and lifeguards. If you go swimming or boating, you'll be doing so at your own risk. The tides and currents are strong near the Pacific Ocean coastline, and the water in Lake Atitlán has dangerous undercurrents.

5. Don't Drive!
Traffic laws aren't enforced. Many drivers switch lanes without indication, the roads are crumbling due to poor upkeep, there are frequent landslides, steep winding roads on mountains, and many other hazardous risks to motorists.
With all that being said, enjoy your trip, and be safe!

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Traveling to Guatemala

Traveling to Guatemala

This video is the beginning of our Guatemala Adventures! On a spur of the moment decision we decided to go live on the shores of Lake Atitlan in the Guatemalan Highlands. It's a place with a beautiful culture, amazing wildlife and towering volcanoes. Guatemala is known as the Land of Eternal Spring because of it's amazing climate, with temperatures always comfortable. When a great deal on plane tickets showed up, we couldn't pass up the opportunity. What better place to have some awesome adventures!

At the beginning of this video you'll get a small taste of some of the wonders of Guatemala, but this is the story of traveling to Guatemala! Make sure to subscribe to catch all of our Guatemala adventures!

For anyone keeping track, this video will mark the first instance of us not numbering our adventures anymore. Our last set of videos (adventures 34, 35, and 36) took place in South Dakota while we were touring the United States. From South Dakota we continued to travel the states for many months and the backlog of adventure videos to edit just piled up. There are some 15 videos still sitting in the queue. Instead of staying in order, we decided to just jump straight to our current destination in Guatemala, and to retroactively post the other videos as time allows. They'll all make it up eventually...but if it appears that we are skipping around the globe, that's not quite the case. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to see where we are at currently in our travels, and to connect! We love talking travel, and making new friends!

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What's Different About Guatemala VS the USA?

So many people have asked us what it is like to live in Guatemala and specifically what things are different from the USA. There's a fairly long list, and we certainly didn't hit them all in this video, but here are some of the biggest differences.

Our experience comes from living in Panajachel along the shores of Lake Atitlan. If you've lived in Guatemala and the USA let us know in the comments what other differences you have noticed. What would be on your list of differences between Guatemala and the USA?

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The Guatemala Travel Guide | Antigua, Tikal, & Lake Atitlan

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First Impressions of Antigua, Guatemala — Guatemala Travel Vlog #1

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Antigua is a beautiful colonial town that is easily accessible from Guatemala City. We flew from Mexico City to Guatemala City, and from there it is a 1 hour drive to downtown Antigua.

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Guatemala City is big, noisy, and chaotic. I think a lot of tourists skip the capital and go straight to other more tourist-friendly locations such as Antigua or Lake Atitlan.

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The Fastest Bracelet Maker in Antigua, Guatemala

New friends and guides Josue and Andrea show me the quaint town of Antigua, Guatemala where I have my first hot pink jewelry made from a very talented vendor. I just hope I spelled my girlfriend's name right!

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What it's like to live on Lake Atitlán, Guatemala

What it's Like to Live on Lake Atitlán, Guatemala


So many people have asked us what it's like living on Lake Atitlán in Guatemala. This video is the first of several we will be uploading to show just that! Lake Atitlan is an incredible place, and to live there is an amazing experience.

Lake Atitlan has been called the most beautiful lake in the world. Surrounded by steep mountain walls and framed by 3 ancient volcanoes, it has a reputation for being a mystical place. It draws visitors from all over the world.

Lake Atitlan is located in the Guatemalan highlands about 90 miles from Guatamala City. The lake bed is actually a Caldera from the eruption of an ancient super volcano and reaches depths of over a 1,000 feet (340 meters), making it the deepest lake in Central America. Evidence of the regions volcanic past is all around from ash cliffs, to verdant farming along the mountain sides. Of course it's impossible to ignore the towering volcanoes, San Pedro, Toliman, and Atitlan looking over the lake like sentinels.

Atitlan is surrounded by towns and small cities many of which are only accessible by boat. Some of these rise straight up the sides of the mountains, seeming to defy gravity.

There is a very strong indigenous Mayan influence in the area and well over 20 different indigenous languages are spoken in Guatemala. Several of these can still be heard around Lake Atitlan where cultural identity is still very strong, despite western influences. Locals wear traje tipica, or 'typical clothes' and carry on life in much the same way as their ancestors, though every so often you'll see a smart phone tucked in their waistbands.

The jumping off point for most place around the lake is a town called Panajachel or Pana for short. The reason Pana is the center for the tourist scene at lake atitlan is because it is one of the most accessible towns on the lake. The main highway runs through it. Pana is also built on an area of the lake that is relatively flat, due to the river valley that it's situated in. For these and other reasons most people traveling to Lake Atitlan will pass through Pana at one point or another.

Within Pana itself there are several things to see and do, including visiting the historic church of Saint Francis of Asissi, with its original facade from the 16th century, visiting the Nature Reserve, attending a Spanish school, and of course shopping.

Within Pana people get around mostly via Tuk Tuks, small motor scooter carriages, that zip around town like red ants. You'd think the tuk tuks would slow down with the bumpy roads, and yet they fly at insane speeds to get you there on time! A tuk tuk should cost you 5 Quetzales in town per person, and 10 for longer rides.
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Pana has a fairly large harbor and a large fleet of public and private boats called Launchas. The launchas will take you to any other town on the lake and run from sun up until sun down. Just be aware that the lake is smooth in the morning and choppy in the evening, and when I say choppy, I mean really choppy!...this is almost always the case.

Most of the towns around the lake have a hustle and bustle about them. There is a palpable energy in the air, and nowhere is this more prevalent than each towns local market. In these markets local merchants buy and sell all sorts of goods. You can find pretty much anything you could ever want in the market. From meat, and fresh produce, to clothes and shoes. In the market there are no set prices and haggling is common. If you're a foreigner though be prepared to pay top dollar!

The schools around lake Atitlan may not look like schools elsewhere, but they are excellent. When the kids play...they play hard, and when they work, they work hard. We were very impressed with the schools in Pana and our kids loved them.

If you visit Lake atitlan, go to Calle Santander, even if you don't intend on buying anything. It is such a fun place to walk and observe the people, and take in the smells, sights, and sounds. If you look like a foreigner, just know...you will be approached by many street vendors! Your two favorite words may become No, Gracias!

As far as things to do in Pana and around the lake, most of the regions tourist draw is for sightseeing. There are of course lake activities, such as kayaking and paddle boarding, but most people come to shop for local handiworks, especially the beautiful weaving that the region is known for. Each town along the lake shore is different. San Marcos for example is known as the spiritual or hippie town on the lake, while San Pedro is the backpacker town. Each place is different and worth visiting. You can also hike up several of the peaks around the lake, including the volcanoes.

Living on Lake Atitlan is an incredible experience and one that you will never forget!

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Antigua Guatemala, qué hacer y cómo llegar a Guatemala

Acompáñanos a descubrir qué hacer y cómo llegar a Antigua Guatemala, la ciudad colonial más fotogénica de Guate. Continúa leyendo la descripción del video para obtener más información acerca de precios, lugares y actividades que mencionamos en el video.

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*Por avión puedes tomar un vuelo que llegue a la Ciudad de Guatemala y de ahí dependiendo la hora a la que llegues si te trasladas a Antigua Guatemala o pasas una noche en la ciudad. El vuelo tiene una duración de 2 horas saliendo desde la Ciudad de México, también llegan vuelos de E.U.A., España y los principales países de Centro América.

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*Por tierra: Puedes tomar un taxi en el aeropuerto, preguntar si hay shuttles privadas o colectivas o si lo deseas puedes rentar auto. O puedes aventurarte y tomar un Chicken bus (10 quetzales) en caso de que lleves equipaje muy, muy ligero.

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-Qué hacer en Antigua Guatemala
*Subir el Cerro de la Cruz y disfrutar de la hermosa vista que se tiene desde ahí, si llevas auto tendrás que pagar 5 quetzales por el estacionamiento. Aquí podrás ver toda la ciudad de Antigua y el Volcán de Agua.

*Visita el Convento de Santa Clara: Ubicado muy cerca al lavadero público está el Convento de Santa Clara que vale la pena visitar. Es un sitio nostálgico, que al haber quedado en ruinas por el terremoto que acabó con esta ciudad lo hace un sitio perfecto para las fotografías y llevar a cabo eventos sociales como bodas o quince años.
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*Conoce la Fuente de los Pescados en la Iglesia de la Merced:
Esta fuente es la más grande de Antigua Guatemala y esta tiene un diámetro de 27 metros y una forma de libro acuático que puedes ver completa desde el techo de la iglesia.

Esta iglesia es muy cotizada para realizar bodas y eventos sociales, es uno de los pocos edificios que soportaron el terremoto de 1773 debido a su robusta arquitectura.

*Tómate la foto en el Arco de Santa Catalina
Este punto turístico sin duda es el más famoso y fotografiado de toda Antigua. Y es que la composición que se forma con el arco, el volcán y su calle empedrada es algo que quieres llevarte en tu memoria por siempre.

Anteriormente se usaba como pasillo para las monjas reclusas en el Convento de Santa Catalina y así evitar el contacto con la gente de la ciudad. Actualmente el arco pertenece al municipio y el convento o lo que quedó de él es un hotel.

*Pasea por la plaza central, la Catedral y el Mercado de Artesanías El Carmen

Tanto en ciudades como pueblitos siempre encontramos una plaza central donde sus habitantes van a pasar una rica tarde en compañía de familiares, amigos o con la pareja y en Antigua no es la excepción. Durante nuestro recorrido nos tocó disfrutar también del sonido de la marimba y ver cómo la gente bailaba y se divertía. Cerca se encuentra el Mercado de Artesanías “El Carmen” donde encontrarás gran variedad y no podrás decidir fácilmente qué llevar, ya que el detalle y los colores atraen muchísimo y vas a querer llevarte todo.

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A Tourist's Guide to Tikal and Flores, Guatemala

From Belize, I fly Tropic Air (as the only passenger) to Flores, Guatemala, gateway to the Tikal Ruins. After landing, I transfer to the jungle, staying at the Jaguar Inn.

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Then I head back down to Flores Island for the night.

Guatemala City 2018 - Central Market Walk

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ANTIGUA | Beautiful UNESCO city in Guatemala

Antigua in Guatemala is one of the country's most loved and visited destinations. It's a beautiful old city and UNESCO site.

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