Top 6 Natural Sites In Guatemala

Here are some of the natural sites you should visit when next you touch down in Guatemala. Nebaj & the Ixil Triangle This area was once remote and uninhabited during the government’s oppressive civil wars against the native population suspected to be supporting leftist rebels. In recent years, it is the best place to go to access the broad highlands of Guatemala for a glimpse into the country’s rural landscape…

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Top 5 Famous People from Guatemala

Guatemala having seen internal strife in years past has emerged to be one of the prominent countries in America. She boasts of the success in her agricultural sector, and ethanol export. In the recent years, Guatemala has risen to glory in the fame of some of her billionaire citizens amongst which we have these five prestigious men. Dionisio Gutierrez Mayorga Gutierrez as recorded in Revista summa (a financial periodical in…

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Historical Sites in Guatemala

Guatemala is a small fantastic country with interesting historical locations excellent for vacation. Guatemala has Belize, Mexico, El Salvador and Honduras as friendly neighbors. The volcanoes, rainforest ancient ruins and high mountains in Guatemala make her a perfect landscape for a petite and memorable vacation. Imaging the beautiful view from the peak of those mountains. San Miguel Petapa San Miguel Petapa is a town that lies in the south of…

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10 fun facts about Guatemala

Guatemala is a country found in Central America. It is the most highly populated country found in Central America with a population of over 16 million in a country that is 108,889 km² in size. The country of Guatemala has ocean on both the eastern and western side. On the eastern side is the Caribbean ocean while on the western side is the Pacific Ocean. Countries bordering Guatemala include Honduras, El…

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Best Guatemalan Foods

Guatemala has a range of food dishes that a person can choose from. Their food often contains beans, white rice and corn tortillas. The food has been influenced traditionally by both the Mayan people and from the Spanish colonists. Guatemalans traditionally like to eat stews and soups. Today other influences, including those from the Caribbean, Africa and America have permeated the food industry. Mexican influences are also evident in the…

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All About Guatemala

The Republic of Guatemala is situated in Central America between the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. It is a Spanish-speaking country with an approximate population of 13 million inhabitants. The official currency is the Quetzal. It is a very beautiful country dotted by mountains and volcanoes and is visited by many visitors each year. There are around 30 active volcanoes in Guatemala. The surface of this country is slightly…

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Best Restourants In Guatemala

“Life is too short for bad meals” Anytime this statement comes to my mind, I tend to think about it again and again, and each time I come to realize that it is very essential to eat a very good food. A meal that will nourish the body and give you satisfaction for your money. The crave for good and quality food made me go on a research in the…

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Best Hotels In Guatemala

Are you a traveller, a tourist or a visitor are you new in the great Guatemala City and you need a serene, safe and pocket friendly place to stay, if you are such, then here are some interesting best hotels to stay at while in Guatemala City. Says, there are only few hotels in each tourism areas of Guatemala that may appease an international traveller who is used to getting…

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Places to visit in Guatemala

Guatemala (in Spanish: República de Guatemala), is a country in central America bordered by Mexico to the north and west, the Pacific Ocean to the southwest, Belize to the northeast, the Caribbean to the east, Honduras to the east and El Salvador to the southeast. Tourism is the main driver of the country’s economy, with the arrival of 2 million visitors annually. The country is notorious for dangerous violence, but…

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Importance of Lake Conservation

Lakes are ecologically precious water bodies. Conservation and development of these invaluable, traditional water bodies are of paramount importance. Due to rapid urbanization and industrialization, the majority of these lakes have now come either under encroachment or have lost their original characteristics. Most of the world’s lakes are in Canada, Russia, Alaska, Sweden and Finland. Though tropical countries are also flush with lakes, the northern countries lead the lake count,…

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