1. Health tourism in Guatemala:
If you have a health problem and are considering taking a treatment outside your home country. Well, Guatemala is one of the best options to receive treatment abroad.
Quetzaltenango, the second largest and most important city in Guatemala, is recognized for its large and luxurious clinics, hospitals and its professional doctors, specialized in dentistry, dermatology, ophthalmology and the rest of the medical specialties.
The most important reason to take a treatment abroad is that you can save up to 70 on your treatment, compared to the same treatment in the US. UU.
If you would like more information about doctors, treatments, etc., do not hesitate to contact our travel consultant Yessika, she can guide you in this healthy adventure.
2. Volunteer in Guatemala:
Volunteering Guatemala will give you another perspective of life.
If you are planning a trip to Guatemala, been a volunteer can be another option, you will have the opportunity to travel the country, stay a local family in Guatemala, try the local food in Guatemala and share your skills to help other people.
Don’t douth to send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org to ask some questions about this opportunity to travel and help Guatemala.
3. Study Spanish in Guatemala:
If you need to improve your Spanish skills, maybe you will travel all over Latin-American or you just love the language; Guatemala is the best country to have a life lesson.
There is programs to study Spanish, one on one, all over the country but the main cities for it is Quetzaltenango, highly recommended as this city is a non-touristic city.
Antigua Guatemala, one of the most beautiful cities in the world, this colonial city is famous for studding Spanish but its weakness in terms of Studding Spanish as a second language is that this city is very VERY touristic, so you don’t really need to speak Spanish there, so the process of learning the language can be harder compared with Quetzaltenango also knowing as Xela.
Lake Atitlán is another beautiful option to learn Spanish as a second language in Guatemala, with a wonderful view of the most beautiful lake in the world and its three volcanoes, San Pedro, Atitlán y Tolimán.
Here is useful link if you are interesting on study Spanish in Guatemala: Spanish-ONLINE-Guatemala
4. Hiking the hardest and highest volcanoes in central America:
Do you know that Guatemala has the highest volcano in Central America?
Well, this is Tajumulco volcano, located in the Guatemala highlands, but is not the only one. Traveling Guatemala you can have the opportunity of hiking active volcanoes such as Santiaguito, located in Quetzaltenango, you will be so lucky to watch eruptions from a safe distance like Fuego volcano while you hike Acatenango volcano; or even better, you will hike an active volcano, Pacaya volcano where you can feel its energy while hiking.
And I can keep wringing more and more volcanoes options but if you are interested on hiking feel free to ask all your question sending a message to email@example.com
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5. Explore the non-touristic places in Guatemala:
Guatemala is more than Tikal, Antigua Guatemala and Lake Atitlán, so for those people who are finding a local and real experience while traveling to Guatemala, here is some alternatives of places to consider on your bucket list in Guatemala.
Quetzaltenango: Mam and Quiche city, this is an area full of local communities that are willing to share its culture and history with the rest of the world.
Totonicapán: A wonderful are of Guatemala full of nature and culture where you can visit San Andres Xecul, even biking, a beautiful and colourful church with unique history will be waiting for you.
Also San Francisco el Alto market, a unique market, considered as one of the biggest in Central America, or you can visit the ecological park Chajil Siwan, a community tourism project.
Between so much more options, so if you really want to experience Guatemala in a different way, feel free to message firstname.lastname@example.org