This small Central American country is located in southern Mexico: surrounded by Belize, Honduras and El Salvador, Guatemala is a multiple land with an ancestral history. A true cultural mosaic, the land of the Mayans is made up of a thousand landscapes, each with its own character. It is undoubtedly the ancient site of Tikal that we think first, a temple celebrating the gods of Mayan civilization nestled in the heart of the jungles with the lush vegetation of the Petén of the north of the country, populated by jaguars, howler monkeys and multicoloured butterflies. Then the immense Lake Atitlán comes to mind, on whose shores thrives a myriad of villages dominated by volcanoes. But these are just a few Guatemalan gems. Guatemala's tour guide will take you to the four corners of the country, from the cornfields of the Highlands to the powerful waves where pelicans surf on the Pacific coast, from the Alta Verapaz coffee region and the natural and crystal clear pools of Semuc Champey, to the Caribbean tranquility of Livingston, a small Garifuna village on the east coast, accessible only by waterway. And what about the splendid colonial city of Antigua, including the city centre with its cobbled and colourful streets full of good addresses and picturesque churches, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site... Between pre-Columbian architecture, breathtaking natural sites (concentrating jungles, mountains, heavenly beaches, volcanoes) and the good mood of the Chapines, the inhabitants of Guatemala, a stay in this part of the world is certainly a good choice!