Pacific Coast

Discover the Pacific Coast of Guatemala

If you travel to the Pacific Coast of Guatemala the first thing you will notice is that its beaches of coffee-colored volcanic sand welcome you to an area of beautiful natural reserves and open-air activities. They also represent the perfect location for fishing sailfish – a sport in which Guatemala was recognised as Number...

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Releasing Turtles in Monterrico

Monterrico is located on Guatemala’s Pacific coast, in the department of Santa Rosa. It’s one of the most famous beaches in the country because it’s quite accessible, there are many options for accommodations and food, and of course, the locale has such natural beauty. Getting to Monterrico from La Antigua on a shuttle will...

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Whale Watching in Guatemala

Although there are no specific dates, generally during the month of December and the first few months of the year, there’s a great natural spectacle off the Pacific coast of Guatemala: whale migrations. Heading out to sea to observe the huge mammals has become a fascinating option for those who want to have an...

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Whale Watching

Although there are no specific dates, generally during the month of December and the first few months of the year, there’s a great natural spectacle off the Pacific coast of Guatemala: whale migrations.   Heading out to sea to observe the huge mammals has become a fascinating option for those who want to have...

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Pacific Coast Map

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Beach, sun and nature in Monterrico

The amazing sea and the unique-colored sand aren’t the only things to see in this place, there are many activities to be take part of, like the conservation of many animal and plant species and making photos while visiting the canal. When the night falls, the nightlife is amazing! Monterrico awaits and we tell...

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Where to sleep in the pacific coast

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Community Initiatives to Save Sea Turtles

From July to December, the Pacific Coast of Guatemala is host to a population of sea turtles that return to their native beaches to lay eggs. Guatemala is one of the few remaining countries in the world that permits the commercialization of sea turtle eggs. The compromise to protect the turtles has been to...

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