We are a legal Tour Operator in Guatemala, authorized by the Guatemalan tourism institute (INGUAT).
Our MISSION is to value and preserve the cultural richness and the natural wealth of the Maya world, promoting sustainable tourism and developing community experiences that provide the visitor - as well as it's host - learning, interaction and distraction opportunities in our region.
We are committed to make a low impact on the environment and local culture. We give travelers a deeper reality of the country and a cultural exchange with our communities.
Our VISION is to be the leading company in community travel experiences in the Maya world region. We contribute to the sustainable development of the communities through the creation of unique cultural experiences for our visitors. Our constant training, teamwork, personalized service and high quality standards allow us to achieve excellence in our work.
Whether you're looking for cultural community experiences, tour guide services, hotels, transportation or the whole package, we can assist you. We work directly with the local communities to get the best deals for you.
While traveling with us, we want you to be completely happy with the experience. If you have questions about us, our services, or even travel tips, get in touch! We want you to feel like at home.
I was originally born in El Salvador, moved to live to Guatemala in 1978. Being a tour guide for 17 years has giving me the opportunity to explore the Maya communities of Guatemala. I love to travel and spend time talking to people and taking photos of the daily life. Connecting travelers with the local communities is the most enjoyable part of my job. Learning and teaching about textiles is my passion.
Born and raised in Guatemala, traveling is in my veins. I travel for work and for pleasure. I prefer to travel on my motorcycle as it allows me to go to remote unexplored destinations. I specialize in providing travelers with living cultural experiences in local communities. I have found that the best way to get to know people is in their kitchens, so I find myself learning recipes and teaching some.
Certified by Audubon as a birdwatcher Tour Guide in Guatemala. Pablo is committed to his community to teach children about birds. With him you will spot as many birds as you can, so take advantage and join him in a birding adventure in Petén, Guatemala.
All experiences include: transportation, certified tour guide, entrance fee to sites.
Explore the ancient archaeological site of Kaminal Juyú, the modern and Historical Center of Guatemala City. Half Day Experience. 2 visitors minimum.
Explore the textile Ixchel Museum and the archaeological Popol Vuh Museum. Half Day Experience. 2 visitors minimum.
Explore the main historical ruins and buildings of La Antigua Guatemala (declared Unesco Site in 1979). Half Day Experience. 2 visitors minimum.
All experiences include: transportation, certified tour guide, artisans workshops.
Meet local artisans from Jocotenango, and San Felipe de Jesús. The experience includes one artisan workshop. Half Day Experience. 2 visitors minimum.
Experience and learn about the local production of Coffee and Chocolate. The experience includes a Chocolate workshop. Hal Day Experience, 2 visitors minimum.
Visit and support local community projects outside La Antigua Guatemala. Learn from first hand testimonies what local communities are doing to develop sustainable tourism in their communities. Half Day Experience. 2 visitors minimum.
All experiences include: transportation, certified tour guide, weaving experiences.
This experience takes place only on Tuesday and Friday. We visit the colorful market, we interact with a family of weavers and we end our experience visiting the weaving school in town. Half Day Experience. 3 visitors minimum.
This community of weavers is recognize in Guatemala for the two side brocade in textiles. During our visit the women association will explain the cultural importance of their textiles. Half Day Experience. 3 visitors minimum.
Join the Council of Weavers of Santo Domingo Xenacoj and learn with them the art of weaving in a back strap loom workshop . This experience includes lunch with the community. 3 visitors minimum.
Visit the weaving communities of Sololá, San Juan La Laguna and Santiago Atitlán. Two Day Journey.
Travel through the highlands of Guatemala and learn the importance of the weaving art to keep alive the identity of Maya communities. Seven Day Journey.
Travel with us to the most important Maya Women Event in Cobán, Alta Verapaz (Rabin Ajaw Cultural Event). Four Day Journey.
It will be a pleasure to see you soon, thank you for your support to Guatemala Communities. Any questions before we see you let us know. Thank you.