This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Learn more





Instagram: @noregretslifestyle
Huffington Post:

Top 5 Things to do in Antigua Guatemal | Things to do in Antigua, Guatemala | What to do in Antigua, Guatemala

There are many things to do in Guatemala. I spent about a week recently in Antigua Guatemala and was able to do something great each day. These are my Top 5 Things to do in Antigua Guatemala. If you have any other recommendations of what to do in Antigua Guatemala, please feel free to write them in the comments.

Number 5 Thing To Do in Antigua Guatemala | The Local Market in Antigua Guatemala:

The local market in Antigua Guatemala never seems to end and is a great place to spend a morning or afternoon.

The 4th Thing To do in Antigua Guatemala | The viewpoint over Antigua Guatemala:

Beautiful viewpoint over the whole town of Antigua and the Guatemalan country side and volcanoes.

The number 3 thing to do in Antigua Guatemala | Visit Las Vibras de las Casbah nightclub in the center of Antigua

The 2nd best thing to do in Antigua Guatemala | Historic Sites in Antigua Guatemala:

The Best #1 thing to do in Antigua Guatemala | Volcano hike outside of Antigua Guatemala:

Lot of things to do in Antigua Guatemala, make sure to fit as many in as possible! Subscribe for more videos to come and throw a like and comment if you want!

antigua, guatemala, things to do, 5 things to do, what to do, guatemala travel

Travel Vlog: What to Do in Antigua Guatemala

In this travel vlog, we are visiting Antigua, Guatemala! There are ancient ruins, beautiful streets and colors! Also delicious food in Antigua in this city in Central America! And meet my travel buddy Corey! Leave a comment for me below!

See my previous travel vlog in Israel, Petra and Columbia HERE:

Check out my palette: DMQ Dream Big Palette!

Sign up here to find out more #DMQDreamBig Palette


❤ Hang with me!!!!!!




Snapchat: @DivaMakeupQueen




My Palette:

For business inquiries only, please contact me at

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

Join us on our first day walking around Antigua, Guatemala!
► Follow on Instagram:
► Support my videos:
► See my camera gear:


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.

This trip might surprise some of my Mexican viewers, as we have been making videos in Mexico for the past 6 months. But don't worry, after the Guatemala trip we will soon be back in Mexico for more travel adventures. Watch the video to find out more :)


Spanish subtitles for this video were provided by Spanish Market 101. Learn more about how they can help you reach your Hispanic/Spanish speaking audience:


My Camera -
My Microphone -
My Tripod -

My Main Lens -
My Wide Lens -
My Photo Lens -

My Storage Card -
My Camera Bag -

Want to try Airbnb? Get $40 off your first booking:

► If you enjoyed, don't forget to LEAVE A LIKE!

► ALL SOCIAL MEDIA (come say hi!)

Twitter -
Instagram -
Facebook -

Email (for business use only) :
► media at thenewtravelblog dot com

As always, I'm Dan from The New Travel. Thanks for watching!

#Antigua #Guatemala #VisitGuatemala

5 Things NOT To Do in Guatemala

Get more Tips here!
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.

Where do you want to know what NOT to do in next?
Comment Below!

Travel Guide to Antigua/Guatemala

In this Guatemala and Antigua travel video guide, I head down to Guatemala and explore scenic Antigua, hike Volcano Pacaya, take a road trip to Lake Atitlan (and ride a horse along its banks), then head north to Tikal, home to the capital of the once mighty Mayan Empire, where I climb the many temples that have been discovered at the site.


The host, Matt Stabile, of this video is the founder and editor-in-chief of the travel site He also served as Director, Editor and Foley Artist for this production.

What to Do in Guatemala - Lake Atitlan and Antigua 2018 🇬🇹

Earlier in the year, Amy and I visited one of the most beautiful countries of the world, Guatemala. To be honest, I didn’t know much about the country before my research. However, I am so grateful that I was able to experience it first hand. On our trip, we went to two locations - Antigua and Lake Atitlan.

Antigua is an old colonial town that has a really unique blend of Central American and European culture. The city is paved with cobbled stone and is filled with bright colorful buildings. Antigua is very walking friendly is known for its restaurant and cafes. There are abundant hospitality options, but we really enjoyed staying at the AirBnB Calle “Casa Girasol” and eating at Los Tres Tiempos restaurant. The city is known for its pictureqsue landmarks- Santa Catalina Arch, Central Park Plaza, Central Market - and they are all really close to each other. If you want to see a gorgeous view of the city, the hike up to Hill of the Cross is absolutely worth it. You can definitely walk there from the city, but we recommend taking a tuk-tuk.

Lake Atitlan is a massive body of water with breathtaking views of multiple volcanoes. There are really diverse communities scattered around the Lake. Some of the villages range from a yoga center for hippies to a local fishing village known for ceramics. Its definitely worth to visit all (or most) of them. However, we de-prioritized going to the touristy towns like Panjachel. Public transportation is fairly easy to navigate. Every half hour, there will be public boats or lanchas that will take you around the lake. We stayed at one of the most beautiful AirBnbs, the Lakefront B&B owned by a woman named Dita. It was truly a magical experience. Everything from the modern room aesthetic, private access to the lake, and curated breakfast/dinner selection made the stay remarkable.

Follow Me
Instagram: @eugeneling_

Aldrig Mer by Kasbo

Sony A6500
Zhiyun Crane V2
GoPro Hero6



Instagram: @noregretslifestyle
Huffington Post:


Day started off with a couple mishaps. Entered a church in the center of Antigua, on the only day where visitors were not allowed. Did not notice that until I left the cathedral. Then tried to enter another old church and even though this videos is about the things to do in Antigua Guatemala, this sign showed all the things you cannot do in a church in Antigua Guatemala! No short, no cell, no talking to other people, no this, no that. A bit excessive!

Either way, I entered the ruins of San Francisco on the outskirts of Antigua Guatemala near my hostel and they were stunning. I love history, and I love well kept ancient history with information to explain what has happened rather than just leaving it up to interpretation and the grounds here were beautiful and had a little museum on the premises for you to go in and see artefacts and other things from this era.

There are a lot of things to do in Antigua Guatemala, this being one of them because there are many ruins in the area. Probably 5 to 7 just in the center of Antigua alone. If you are looking for other things to do in Antigua Guatemala, check the video links below as one is the local market on the west end of Antigua and the other link is a video of the short walk to the beautiful viewpoint overlooking all of Antigua Guatemala.

Lookout over Antigua Guatemala:
Antigua Guatemala Local Market:

Make sure to subscribe as I will be doing one of the volcano hikes in Antigua, which is another great things to do in Antigua Guatemala, when you are here, then I will be leaving the city of Antigua, and the country of Guatemala and off into El Salvador!

-Antigua Guatemala
-Things to do in Antigua Guatemala
-What to do in Antigua Guatemala
-Antigua Guatemala Things to do
-Ruins Antigua
-Antigua Guatemala Ruins

Another 5 Things NOT To Do in Guatemala

Get more Tips here!
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!

Where do you want to know what not to do in next?
Comment Below!

AMAZING Guatemalan STREET FOOD + Antigua Walking Tour | Antigua, Guatemala

On my third day in Guatemala in partnership with the Real Intercontinental Guatemala we explored Antigua's main attractions and we ate some amazing Guatemalan street food!

Subscribe & Click the Bell for 2+ Videos Per Week ►
Subscribe to Mariel de Viaje ►
My Film Making Kit ►

We started our exploration of Antigua by walking through the historical center of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Antigua. We first saw La Carmen Convent ruins, then we went to La Perla to have a quick espresso and then we visited La Merced Church.

From there we made our way across the city and stopped at Santa Catalina Arch which is the icon of Antigua. It's a a 15 century arch built to help the nuns cross from the convent to a school. Next up we saw the Antigua Cathedral ruins. It was destroyed during an earthquake in the year 1773.

We then made a quick stop at La Casa del Ron and tried some amazing Zacapa rums. We tried Zacapa 23, Zacapa Negro and we tried a Colonial rum which is an artisan rum made by the Zacapa brand.

To end the night we headed to the public laundry square and there, there is a lady selling amazing Guatemalan street food. I tried four different things:
-Alot del Elote
-Rellenitos de Platano
-Tostada de Ensalada de Pollo

Each thing was amazing and I highly recommend visiting that lady when you head to Antigua. She gets there around 5:30pm.

Next time you head to Guatemala I recommend working with my friends at A La Carta Tours:

Big thanks to my friends at the Real Intercontinental Guatemala:

I hope you loved this video! If you did please leave me a comment, give me a thumbs up and subscribe to my channel!

► Business:
#Davidsbeenhere #DavidsBeenHereGuatemala #GuatemalaFood
5858 SW 81 ST
Miami, FL 33143
P.S. Thank you for watching my videos and subscribing!



Instagram: @noregretslifestyle
Huffington Post:


I have mentioned before that something I love to do when I arrive in a new town, is find a viewpoint. It is a great way to get a lay of the land and see your new place from above. Antigua, Guatemala was no different. When I arrived in Antigua, I asked the lady at my hostel where a place to get a good view of Antigua Guatemala was. Firstly, the rooftop at Villas Esthella is a great place to stay, with a rooftop patio and terrific 360 view of Antigua and the surrounding Guatemala landscape and from there, she was able to point out a walk up to a lookout over Antigua and a view of the two most famous volcanoes in Guatemala.

As you walk the beautiful cobble stone streets of Antigua, you can see the hill and simply walk towards it to find the base of the trail. From there, you follow the steps up and enter a terrific smelling forest of fresh air and a deep pine smell. Apparently it is dangerous to walk this trail at night so avoid this Antigua Guatemala lookout once the sun has set. When you arrive at the top ...

Walking Antigua, Guatemala:
Antigua, Guatemala Market:

...there is a beautiful cross standing above all of Antigua and you see the gorgeous landscape of Guatemalas surrounding areas around Antigua. Directly in front lies the main volcano, one of many in Guatemala, that overlooks the Antigua streets.

A short little walk that guys you good orientation of Antigua and the scope and beauty of this area of Guatemala.

Will be enjoying a few more days of Antigua Guatemala and then off south!

Check out the video links below about the other videos of Antigua Guatemala.

Video on Antigua Guatemala. Filmed in Guatemala in the city of Antigua.


15 lugares que no conoces de la Antigua Guatemala

Siempre que he ido a la antigua voy a caminar como loco sin un rumbo, sin seguir recomendaciones, espero les haya gustado el vídeo y puedan visitar cualquiera de estos lugares.


antigua guatemala book
antigua guatemala coffee
antigua guatemala map
antigua guatemala posters
antigua guatemala the essential guide
Antigua Guatemala volcano
Antigua Guatemala lugares turisticos
Antigua Guatemala restaurantes
Historia de Antigua Guatemala
Ciudad de los caballeros
Antigua Guatemala city
Antigua Guatemala city tour
antigua guatemala
antigua guatemala hotels
antigua guatemala weather
antigua guatemala safety
antigua guatemala real estate
antigua guatemala map
antigua guatemala elevation
antigua guatemala airport
antigua guatemala things to do
antigua guatemala cathedral
antigua - guatemala
hoteles en antigua guatemala
antigua guatemala pictures
la antigua guatemala
Procesiones de Guatemala
Procesiones 2017
Semana santa 2017
Semana santa en Guatemala
procesiones de antigua guatemala
antigua guatemala procesiones 2017
el frijol feliz



Instagram: @noregretslifestyle
Huffington Post:


First day in Antigua consisted of combing the streets and dragging my jaw. What a gorgeous place Antigua is. What a gorgeous place Guatemala is! I set out to find the local market, here in Antigua. As I walked down the street ...

If you have not seen the first day in Antigua, Guatemala, click the video link below.

Arrival in Antigua:

... I came across many little shops and many stores that are built into the old buildings but as most people, I like to view everything that is on offer, and look for something very unique. I figured the Antigua Market would be the best place for that.

Basically any road in Antigua, walking away from the entrance into down, and down the slight slope, you will end up at one of the main streets that meets perpendicular with the one you are on. In front of you will be more little stands and places to buy souvenirs, and down those roads lead you to the market.

I arrived at the Antigua Market at the main entrance to the west. The first thing you pass by is the big food court, as markets and Antigua Market being no different, are a great place to grab a cheap, authentic meal.

Leaving the food court you enter the toiletry and deodorant section. Then into the spray paint section. Spices section. Shoe section! Everything! The Antigua Market literally has everything. Even seafood! This far from the coast, up in the mountains, hidden in this deep dark market, is not the first place I would want to buy seafood in Guatemala.

I push on. Candles. Chickens. Nuts. Power tools. The works! Finally, after walking what seemed like forever I followed the natural light and left Antigua's Never Ending Market!

A lot of things to do in Antigua, and I would suggest taking a morning, or afternoon as one of your things to do, and checking out the Antigua Market. Good fun, cheap, and you will find whatever you need!

-Antigua Market
-Things to do in Antigua
-Antigua Guatemala
-Travel in Guatemala


Getting to Know Antigua, Guatemala // Walking Tour with Hopscotch the Globe & Vivid Roots

Getting to know Antigua, Guatemala was so much fun. Watch until the end for some rad drone shots of Antigua. Subscribe for this Guatemala series as I explore this country with a group of volunteers thanks to Vivid Roots and Hopscotch the Globe. In this episode, we leave Guatemala City and do a walking tour of Antigua, Guatemala.
► Learn to travel while you work:

► Join the exploration & SUBSCRIBE:
Hit the NOTIFICATION bell to receive ALL NOTIFICATIONS, so that you know when I upload my next video.

Antigua, Guatemala is a city in Guatemala with so much history and beautiful architecture. As soon as you enter Antigua, the first thing you'll notice are the colorful buildings. I was fortunate enough to do this walking tour and this volunteer trip right before the volcano erupted. Although I was safe, many locals were affected and have become victims to this tragedy. I was able to see Antigua through the eyes of a local with our guide Diego, who was born in Antigua. He showed us the lookout point where we could see the best views of all of Antigua, Guatemala. I had an amazing time with Hopscotch the Globe and Vivid Roots as we got to know Antigua a little bit better, before continuing on our volunteer trip.

Drone shots by Siya of Hopscotch the Globe.

Antigua, Guatemala
Cerro de la Cruz Lookout Point
Hotel Museo Spa Casa Santo Domingo
Arco de Santa Catalina
Hotel Convento Santa Catalina
Chocolatri Guatemalan Fine Chocolate Shop
La Fonda de la Calle Real Restaurant
Guatemalan Street Market

More videos of Guatemala:
Volunteering in Guatemala with Children // Chiquimula

Tasting Guatemala's Famous Antigua Coffee // San Antonio Textiles // Chiquimula // Vivid Roots:

Beautiful Antigua Hotel Tour! // Hotel Convento Santa Catalina // Antigua, Guatemala:

Authentic Guatemalan Food Cooking Class!! // Antigua, Guatemala // Hopscotch the Globe & Vivid Roots:

Guatemala City Walking Tour // Vivid Roots & Hopscotch the Globe Guatemala Volunteer Trip:

Vivid Roots - @vividroots
Siya (& Kristen) -
Dipak - @dipakrparmar
Sabrina & Steve -
Ben & Ella - @ben_ella_adventures
Sofia - @_sofiastephanie
Jason & Brittany -
Angela - @lovegela
Faby -
Sara - @thataussieshella

FIND ME: @redromina on instagram/twitter/facebook


Thank you to my contributors who made this possible:
Ryan Fortman, Jesse Avalos, Evan Zissimopulos, Patty Morales, Marie Sorenson, Denise Logiurato, CJ Maziarz, Luis Espineira, Manuel Espinosa, Philip Dacosta, Jessie Hendricks, Jon Barr, Aracely Espinosa, Hunter Fisher, Mauricio Rivadeneira

And my ongoing Patrons:
OhShunz, Luis Espineira, theoldsparrow, Frank Valadez, Kris Lima, Marie Sorenson, Nicklas Ulvnäs, Ron Baalke, Allen Pan, MrWesford, Aracely, Kamil Dzielinski

HELLO! I make videos about travel, filmmaking and entrepreneurship. Please subscribe if you like what you see and be sure to tap on that bell to get notifications for new videos!

MUSIC: All music provided by Epidemic Sound.

DISCLAIMER: Upon publication this video is under copyright law. It may not be used without written permission from redromina.

DISCLOSURE: Some links in this description area might be affiliate links. They help to buy me more tea. Like this link - Try Audible and Get Two Free Audiobooks:

Skillshare (2 FREE months):
This is an awesome place to learn a new skill or maybe just learn about something you are interested in. There are a ton of classes and workshops that I love here. Great resource!

Airbnb ($40 credit):
Sign up for Airbnb and get $40 credit towards your next booking. Travel in style. You can choose from so many different types of homes and apartments, even tiny homes!

Audible (2 FREE books):
Try Audible, the leading source for audiobooks and get TWO free audiobooks by using my link.

Sweatcoin (FREE):
Download this app and make money just for walking. Yes, it’s real.

Bogobrush is this awesome eco-friendly toothbrush company. I own their biodegradable toothbrush and LOVE it. Good for the environment AND my teeth. I have a subscription with them and get a new toothbrush in the mail every 3 months. I never have to worry about buying another toothbrush!

Guatemala Tourist Attractions: 10 Places To Visit

Planning to visit Guatemala? Check out our Guatemala Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in the Guatemala.

Places to visit in Guatemala:
El Mirador, Livingston, Parque Central Quetzaltenango, Volcan Pacaya, Monterrico, Flores, Chichicastenango Market, Santa Catalina Arch, Lago de Atitlan, Tikal

Visit our website:

Guatemala: Top 10 Tourist Attractions - Video Travel Guide

Tourist attractions in Guatemala
Guatemala Tourist attractions
Guatemala Attractions
Guatemala Tourist Destinations
Guatemala Destinations
Guatemala Travel Video

Top 10 Tourist Attractions in Guatemala - Video Travel Guide

Copyright: Video created by
Omega Tours Co., LTD
Add: 176 Tran Phu Str - Hai Chau Dist - Da Nang City, Vietnam

Disclaimer: All audio in this video, We was used free audio in Youtube Library.

Photos Credit:

10. El Mirador
archer10 (Dennis):
Geoff Gallice:
9. Livingston

8. Parque Central Quetzaltenango
Author: Harry Díaz

7. Volcan Pacaya
Richard Liblanc:

6. Monterrico

5. Flores
Cecilia Schubert:

4. Chichicastenango Market

3. Santa Catalina Arch

2. Lago de Atitlan

1. Tikal


This is Day 9, and our last day of our epic honeymoon or what we call buddymoon in Guatemala. We head back to Antigua to spend our last day exploring the city and eating more food than we probably should.

Watch more Travel Videos:
Subscribe to my channel:

Be sure to check out fellow buddymooner Mike Corey's channel:

Where you can find me:


If you like what I do, why not share my videos with your friends and family!

Music provided by:
Royalty Free Music by and

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.

-Cómo llegar a Antigua Guatemala
*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.

Si quieres conseguir vuelos baratos consulta nuestro blog:

*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.

-Tipo de Moneda de Guatemala:
Quetzal. De preferencia cambia tu dinero en el aeropuerto.

-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.
Entrada: 40 quetzales turista extranjero

*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.

Si deseas saber más información sobre el taller de dulces típicos que tomamos y también qué comimos y donde, te invitamos a nuestro blog: donde encontrarás más información útil.

¿Te gustaría salir con nosotros en las animaciones en un próximo episodio? Visita para que sepas cómo puedes hacerlo.

Si deseas apoyarnos comprando el selfie stick oficial de #viajefest, puedes hacerlo en línea desde nuestra tienda en:

El equipo que utilizamos para realizar nuestros videos, aquí está la información:

Audífonos Lifelike:
Nuestro drone:
Nuestra cámara para grabar bajo el agua:
Nuestra cámara principal:

Música por:


Nosotros somos #Viajefest, si te gustan nuestros videos y las recomendaciones que te damos, es buena idea acompañarnos en nuestras redes sociales, porque en cada una compartimos cosas distintas que te inspirarán, o te ayudarán para que tú también puedas viajar.

Tienda en línea:
Instagram: @viajefest

¡Nos vemos en el camino!

#antigua #guatemala #quehacerenguatemala



Instagram: @noregretslifestyle
Huffington Post:


If you have seen my other videos in Antigua, Guatemala, you will notice that there are volcanoes surrounding the town of Antigua. Two main ones. One that looks like the mountain in Zelda Ocarina of Time, with the perfect ring of smoke over the top at all times. Then there is another, more in the distance, but visible from a lot of the rooftops, including the one at my hostel, which is still very active. In fact, a couple mornings when I was working from my laptop, enjoying the cool air and relaxed vibe of Antigua, I heard it go off in the distance. I will post that video.

Anyways, before I continue this description, if you are looking for those videos on the the walkaround Antigua, Guatemala, and the viewpoint over Antigua, Guatemala, then check the links below. Keep reading!

Tour of Antigua, Guatemala:
Viewpoint over Antigua, Guatemala:

One of the many things to do in Antigua, Guatemala is one of the volcano hikes. There is Pacaya Volcano which is a morning hike, or a afternoon hike that will take, including driving about 5 hours. There is also the Acatenango hike which is a longer, more gruelling hike that you spent the night on the side of the mountain hoping to get a view of the erupting volcano and hopefully, of a beautiful view at sunrise. As you will read in the BLOG LINK above about the hike up Pacaya Volcano, but I chose this one because of the conditions and reviews I heard of Acatenango. I heard it was an incredible hike, but the tours around the time I was planning to go, had poor weather conditions. As I was planning to leave the following day to El Salvador, I elected for Pacaya Volcano.

A few hour drive outside of Antigua, and about an easy hour hike up the side of the volcano you reach the open summit where you get a terrific view of the neighbouring volcano, Pacaya. We did the night hike so as you will see we got a beautiful sunset and walked down in the pitch black!

Make sure to SUBSCRIBE and check out the other videos from before, the travel videos to come and more volcanoes!!!

-Pacaya Volcano
-Volcano Antigua
-Antigua Guatemala

Top 5 things to do in Antigua on a sailing holiday

Antigua may pack 365 beaches into one small island, but with clear seas, consistent breeze and a full regatta calendar, the beaches are just the start. Nestled in the heart of the Caribbean's Leeward Islands, Antigua is the best that sailing has to offer: warm, gentle trade winds, safe anchorages, turquoise waters and deserted white sand beaches.

7 Things to do in Antigua & One Thing NOT to do!

We had a fantastic time recently on the Caribbean island of Antigua and discovered loads of great things to do there.

Set in aquamarine seas this corner of the Caribbean is more than just a fly and flop destination. You can have plenty of adventures, natural encounters and eat your way through lots of great tasting food. Oh and don't forget the omnipresent rum punches.

For a relatively small island it's packed with attractions and there was never a dull moment.

Here are 7 of the best things to do in Antigua and we've written more about them here Our favourite Antigua attractions include;
• Learning to cook with rum at Nicole's Table. Yes, at Nicole’s home we cooked with rum, drank rum and learnt the history of rum, and managed to stay sober – just.
• We whizzed a speedboat out on a seven-mile journey across the Caribbean sea with Antigua Reef Riders. Screaming with laughter and joy as our speedboat bounced across the waves.
• Partied the night away, dancing to the music of steel bands at Antigua’s most beautiful viewing point - Shirley Heights. Feasting on the best barbecue food, drinking even more rum and looking down on the divine English and Falmouth Harbours.
• We even learned to sing and performed a whole concert as part of the Caribbean Choir. You could too at Elite Island Resorts, where a top British vocal coach, Mike King, worked a minor miracle to turn us into half-decent singers – he might disagree. We have another video on this coming soon.

Music: Tropical / Tropical House Music - Diviners ft. Contacreast - Tropic Love by Fox Beat Music

Drone footage and extra video clips by Michael Tomas ( Michael Ball, Paul Dow and Joe Allam (



Check Also