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Volcanoes View Tour

Volcanoes View Tour Packages
Country: Guatemala
City: Guatemala City
Duration: 1 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Helicopter Tour

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Enjoy a unique and spectacular view of the Agua, Pacaya, Fuego, and Acatenango Volcanoes, as anyone can see them in this wonderful tour.

Fly over volcanoes!

Views of:
- Guatemala City
- Laguna de Calderas
- Agua Volcano
- Pacaya Volcano
- Amatitlan Lake

DEPARTURE FROM: Guatemala city (La Aurora airport)

The Total price is USD 1400 MINIMUM OF 4

The Best Volcanoes to Hike in Guatemala

Guatemala is home to some of the best volcanoes in the world, and anyone who’s an adventurer at heart will feel the urge to get out and conquer a few of them. But with over 25 active, dormant, and extinct volcanoes to choose from, deciding which ones to climb can be tricky.

Acatenango might well be Guatemala’s best-known hike, thanks to its stunning views over Guatemala’s long chain of volcanoes and the ever-erupting Fuego next door. It’s also one of the tougher climbs, with a steep two-day ascent through fields, forest, and volcanic ash. Fuego is the real star of the show. Weather permitting, you’ll be treated to a stunning series of eruptions from base camp, loud enough to wake up even the deepest of sleepers. And a good thing too, since the views of the volcano at night is by far the best.

No list of the best volcanoes to climb in Guatemala would be complete without Tajumulco. At 4222m it’s not only the country’s biggest but in all of Central America. Perhaps surprisingly then, most consider this to be an easier ascent than Acatenango, mostly because the hike starts at an already lofty 3000m and isn’t as steep as some of its neighbors.

San Pedro
San Pedro certainly isn’t an easy climb, but it is one of the simplest volcanoes to tackle in Guatemala. The hike starts from the town of San Pedro la Laguna, one of the most popular places to stay on Lake Atitlan. It only takes half a day, and the entrance fee to the park includes a guide.

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