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Ancient temples and rainforests, Mayan culture and colonial towns

See the charming and quintessential Central American country of Guatemala in fine style and comfort with Jacada Travel.

We can help you design your own custom made, luxury trip to Guatemala all around the time that you have and the interests that you hold.

This lush land of volcanoes, serene highland lakes and generous swathes of rolling jungle, also comes rich in colonial Spanish and pre-Colombian Mayan heritage. The magical site of Tikal ensconced in emerald jungle is reason enough alone to visit, then again there is the exquisite, and earthquake-defying, baroque architecture of Antigua too…

The small size of Guatemala makes it great for a short trip, or for a longer itinerary it combines well with a visit to Mexico or Belize.

Your dedicated travel designer will help you choose the perfect balance of locations, private tours with our expert local guides, and accommodation all according to your individual tastes and the style of your trip.

We can plan every step of your trip so you can enjoy the tremendous adventure and fantastic sights of Guatemala knowing that Jacada Travel are taking care of all the details. Together with seamless transfers and our truly personalised service, we not only provide peace of mind but the perfect itinerary that is all about you.

Whatever you want from your Latin America tour, our team of expert travel designers are ready to help.

Based on 1224 reviews. See some of the reviews here.
“As advertised -and worth it!”

Everything turned out almost exactly as advertisied - in some cases it was better! There were few if any "bumps in the road" while we were away, and the response from the local contacts was immediate and professional. My suggestions apply to all that took place prior to leaving: 1. the Jacada Black Book was too generic to be of real use, and heavy (we were traveling carry on). It should be customised to each trip. 2. The final itinerary and travel tips arrived too late to be of real use - it can take time to get foreign currency and the right clothing and I would not leave that to the last week prior to leaving. They should arrive 6 weeks before departure at a minimum. 3. Pertinent detailed information (length of tour etc.) about some tours was provided once arrived - had we known that information beforehand we might have packed differently/chosen different tours.

Published 11th January 2019 on TrustPilot

Inspiring Destinations in Guatemala

Need to Know

is the local time
Quetzal is the local currency
Guatemala City is the capital city
Fiambre is Guatemala's national dish

When to go

November to April are the driest months and best to travel. Even in the rainy season (May to October) it might only rain for a few hours a day, so it can still be visited during these months.


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