• Fire Volcano through Acatenango volcano overnight 2 days 1 night

    $85.00

    Day 1
    Collective shuttle from Antigua to Aldea La Soledad, Acatenango Volcano. Start walking to the camp, when you arrive at the top, you will have lunch time, some free time in the afternoon.

    Day 2
    Wake up at 04:30 am, time to have breakfast and then you start walking up to the Fire Volcano, view the sunrise from this area. After the sunrise, you start to descend around 07:00 AM, and return to Antigua, arriving around 11:00-12:00 Hrs.

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day
    Departure times: 09:00 Hrs
    Duration: 2 days, 1 night
    Departure point: Your hotel / address
    Price 85 USD mínimum 2 persons
    Included Full transportation, bilingual guide, lunch and dinner first day, breakfast of second day, camp equipment (like tent, sleeping bag, mattresses.
    Not included: Entrance fee Q.50 adults, kids dont pay
    What to bring
  • Guatemala City Tour from Antigua

    $68.00

    Description:
    Guatemala Capital City offers many interesting and cultural activities to do and see, as well as the opportunity to learn about the history of the city. ‘Guate’, as it is known by the locals, is also home to many museums on a whole range of subjects from the Natural Musuem of Modern Art to the Guatemala City Railway Museum. As well as the beautiful Jardin Botanicowhich contains many local plants and flowers as well as some exotic specimens. Furthermore there are a lot of art galleries located throughout the city, exhibiting the art of local and national artists. Founded in 1777, it is the fourth city in Guatemalan history. We will visit the National Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography which houses many cultural treasures and a collection of important Mayan archaeological artefacts. The museum provides a huge amount of insight with regards to the country’s Maya and archaeological history. Here you can also behold some of the most exquisite pieces of all the archeological sites of the Petén area.

    We will then go on to visit the Civic Centre. The Civic Center is a set of buildings constructed between the 50’s and 60’s and includes: The Supreme Court of Justice, The Ministry of Public Finance, City Hall, The Social Security, The Bank of Guatemala, The National Mortgage Bank and the Guatemalan Tourism Commission. The Bank of Guatemala houses a library and its exterior is decorated with mural relief by Dagoberto Vasquez, describing the history of the country. Both City Hall and Social Security buildings are decorated with a mosaic by Carlos Merida. We continue downtown to see the beautiful Palacio Nacional de la Cultura. The architectural style is a mix between colonial architecture influenced by Spanish baroque and Spanish renaissance, also referred to as Hispano-Guatemalan Renaissance. The building is known for its green color resembling an avocado. From here you also see the cathedral and the main plaza. We will drive through Avenida de la Reforma, Centro Cívico y Centro Histórico.

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day.
    Departure times: 08:30 Hrs
    Departure point: your hotel / Address
    Duration: 5 hours
    Price: 68 USD p.p.
    Included: Return transport from Antigua and Guide
    What to bring: comfortable clothes and shoes, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, personal items, camera, some extra money
  • Horseback Riding

    Horseback Riding

     

    There are many means of transportation, but there is nothing quite like taking a horseback ride while enjoying the beauty of nature. Accompany us to the oldest stables of Antigua and enjoy a scenic and unforgettable ride through the mountains and trails of Antigua Guatemala.

    Established in 1989 and founded by English riders, Ravenscroft Stables have several years of experience in breeding and high standard training with horses. The rides take around 2 to 3 hours and lead us through the spectacular area around the town of San Juan del Obispo. Personally guided by the owners, this ride is designed by an experienced rider who can control the horse in all its steps. If you are a less experienced rider, slower pace instruction and suitable horses are also available.

     

    Boots or half-chaps and helmets are provided by us at no additional charge.

    The walks usually leave San Juan at 9:00 am, but you are expected at the stable at 8:30 am to have time to test the boots and the other equipment.

    Arrival in the afternoon is at 3:00 pm.

  • Iximche ruins tour and surrounding towns

    $78.00

    Description:
    First you will visit the post-classic Mayan City of Iximche, in Tecpan, Chimaltenango.

    The site’s name derives from the Mayan name of the Ramon tree (Brosimum alicastrum), from the words ixim and che, meaning literally “maize tree” This was the first city invaded and conquered by the Spanish and it was here that they formed the first capital of Guatemala.
    However, they had to abandon the city due to constant attacks from the Kakchiquel people. When the Spanish left the city they burned it down, but the Iximche ruins remained. Iximche is a small archaeological site and in 1960 the ruins of Iximche were declared a National Monument. The majority of visitors in Iximche are indigenous Mayan people. Modern Aj q’ijab’ (Maya priests often referred to as ‘Daykeepers’ in English) arrive at Iximche from all over the Guatemalan Highlands to perform sacred Mayan fire ceremonies at Iximche. These often take place behind the ruins, in a ceremonial area. If you do have the opportunity to witness a sacred Maya ceremony whilst visiting Ixmiche Ruins, we ask you to keep a respectful and polite distance and ask before taking any photos.  Tourist facilities at the site include visitor parking, a small museum, a picnic area and a football field. The museum is open on a daily basis and displays a number of artefacts recovered from the ruins.

    • SAN ANDRÉS ITZAPA
      San Andrés Itzapa (Itzapa means flint) is an ancient town. The Spanish named the area “Itzapa y de San Andrés” in honor of their patron saint, the apostle San Andrés (Saint Andrew). The Spanish also called the area “Valle del Durazno” (Valley of the Peaches), as the prickly pears common in this area resembled the orchards of home. Here you will have the opportunity to visit the one of the altars of Maximon, San Simon or  Ri Laj Mam as he is also affectionately known. A Native American saint who originated from the Mayan Tzutujil tribe in Santiago Atitlan Guatemala, and is now known throughout the world. Maximom is known by worshippers for divine intervention and performing miracles, wherever help is needed. Inside, the walls of the altar are covered with hundreds of plaques and ‘thank you’s’ from all over Guatemala and Central America, thanking San Simón for his help. Indigenous Mayas and Guatemalans visit Maximón to pray, ask for petitions and pay offerings to ask for assistance in all areas of their lives. Offerings are made in the forms of candles, cigars, and other items. Many devotees offer San Simon one of the cigars he loved so much and drink a toast to his effigy. There is also a small shop just outside the altar, should you wish to purchase candles, cigars and more to make an offering to San Simon. Every year on the 28th of October, the feast day of San Simon, thousands of pilgrims from all over Guatemala and even neighboring countries such as Mexico meet in San Andres Itzapa and other San Simon altars across Guatemala, such as Santiago Atitlan and Zunil, to celebrate and thank San Simon. With the marimba, alcoholic drinks, and dancing the atmosphere becomes very festive.
    • SAN JUAN COMALAPA
      San Juan Comalapa is sometimes called the “Florence of America”, because of the many Kaqchiquel painters living there. It is also the birthplace of Raphael Alvarez Ovalle, who composed Guatemala’s national anthem. The painting tradition started in the 1930s, when Kaqchiquel painter Andres Curruchich (1891–1969) started painting with oil. His creativity was noted by many and soon he found himself showing his art in the United States and achieving international success. Because of his success, Curruchiche decided to teach the new generations his form of painting. Today there are some 500 painters in San Juan Comalapa, and the majority of them still use the techniques of Curruchiche. These painters are dedicated to paint the customs, life experiences and traditions of the Indian towns. On entering San Juan Comalapa you will see walls enclosing the school and the cemetery. On these walls the people of San Juan have painted large murals telling the story of the town and its citizens. When observing them, one realizes a couple of things: the great misfortunes they have suffered in the past decades and, most of all, the artists’ great talents. The mural depicts major events in the history of Guatemala including the Maya creation story, the Spanish conquest and more recently Guatemala’s civil war. Two blocks from San Juan’s central park you will find the House of Culture, also known as the museum Rafael Alvarez Ovalle. The new construction, inaugurated in 1984, harbors the personal objects of the author of the Guatemala national anthem.

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day
    Departure times: 08:00 Hrs
    Duration: 5 hours
    Its a door to door Service? Yes
    Pick up: Your hotel or homestay
    Drop off: Your hotel or homestay
    Price 78 USD mínimum of two people
    Included Competent guide and all transportation
    Not included: Entrance fees to the sites
    What to bring comfortable clothes and shoes, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, water, camera
  • Monterrico and pacaya tour from Antigua

    $60.00

    Description:

    Leaving at 6am from Antigua (Pickup between 5:45-6:15am in which ever Place inside of Antigua).
    Snackback with (1l Water, Cereal Bar, Brownie, Peanuts, Banana)
    Drive of 1hr 30 mins
    Hiking Pacaya 1hr 15min, Staying 45min and hike down 45min
    Drive of 1hr 30mins.
    Free Towel and Water
    Lunch 12-1pm (Shrimp/Coconut Ceviche with Crackers and Agua de Coco)
    Dinner 4:30pm (Handmade Stoneoven Pizza slizes with salad and 1 Glass of Wine)
    Sunset 5:30pm
    Between 6-7pm Shuttle leaves back to Antigua.
    Drop off at your Place 8-9pm > MIN 02 PERSONS

    INFORMATION:

    Price: 60 USD p,p. 2 minimum
    Its a door to door Service? yes
    Pick up: Your hotel or homestay
    Drop off: Your hotel or homestay
  • Monterrico full day from Antigua

    $50.00

    Description:

    Leaving at 6am from Antigua (Pickup between 5:45-6:15am in which ever Place inside of Antigua).
    Drive of 2hrs
    Free Towel and Water
    Breakfast Tipico 8:00am – 8:30am (Eggs, Tortillas, Platanos, Cream, Frijoles, Coffe)
    Lunch 12-1pm (Shrimp/Coconut Ceviche with Crackers and Agua de Coco)
    Dinner 4:30pm (Handmade Stoneoven Pizza slizes with salad and 1 Glass of Wine)
    Sunset 5:30pm
    Between 6-7pm Shuttle leaves back to Antigua.

    INFORMATION:

    Price: 50 USD p,p. 2 minimum
    Its a door to door Service? yes
    Pick up: Your hotel or homestay
    Drop off: Your hotel or homestay
  • Pacaya Volcano Collective

    $17.00

    Description:
    Pacaya rises to an elevation of 2,552 meters and is by far the most frequently climbed volcano in Guatemala. The volcano is one of the easier volcanoes to climb and also gives you the unique opportunity to climb an active volcano! On clear days you may also be able to view the neighboring volcanoes of Agua, Fuego and Acatenango. The calculated time to go up is 1:45 hours, but this may vary according to the needs of the group. The first meters can be a bit difficult but not impossible, however there are horses that can transport you. You will places along the road where you can make a short break with a beautiful view, while the guide explains a little more about the volcano and its activity. The path is enclosed by vegetation and rocks, in which you can see layers of earth and volcanic sand, a phenomena called “Estera Volcanic”. After almost an hour of walking the vegetation ends and the soil changes to volcanic sand. Coming to the top you will be able to see the three surrounding volcanoes Volcano de Agua, Fuego and Acatenango, as well as the lagoons of Calderas and Amatitlán. We will descend into the crater, where you can prepare marshmallows (provided by the guide) on the warmth of small fumaroles of the volcano.

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day
    Departure times: 06:00 Hrs
    Duration: 6 hours
    Departure point: Your hotel / address
    Price 17 USD
    Included Spanish-speaking guide, return transport from/to Antigua
    Not included: Entrace fees
    What to bring Comfortable clothes and shoes, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, water, camera, 2 litter of water, snacks and chocolate bar.
  • Pacaya volcano two days / one night

    $99.00

    The Pacaya Volcano is best and in fact easy to do as an overnight tour. Enjoy amazing sunset and sunrise without a bunch of other people around, only with Mother Nature talking to you through the noise and the lava … relax and enjoy a hot dinner and a good night of sleep, experience this as only a few do … stay awake if you want the whole night with a bottle of wine

    Watch (if weather permitting) the surrounding volcanoes such as Acatenango and Fuego, maybe in an amazing show of fire …

    Strongly recommended a 3-layer clothing system and a waterproof jacket … mostly you have clear weather in the morning and smog in the afternoon, be aware of the wind … it’s possible that it feels cold …

    As this is an overnight trip a 60lt backpack gear, part of a tent, sleeping bag, 4 liters of water and food will be your deal … without the wine! If you know that you don’t want to carry your backpack, or you aren’t in good shape, you can also arrange a porter for your bag. In fact, you can even get a horse to ride on to the camp. Its 15 USD$/ horse one way so it’s worth making sure you keep some extra money on you just in case.

    INFORMATION:
    Availability: Every day
    Departure times: 14:00 Hrs
    Duration: 24  hours (return the next day aprox 14:00 Hrs )
    Departure point: Your hotel / address
    Price 99 USD per person (min 2 persons)
    Included Bilingual guide, Collective return transport from/to Antigua, all camping equipment, 2 meals (dinner and breakfast)
    Not included: Entrance fees (7 USD p.p.) / Horse / Lunch second day / guide gratuities
    What to bring Comfortable clothes and shoes, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, 4 lts water, camera, rain jacket, warm clothing, snacks and chocolate bar.
  • Shuttle Antigua Guatemala to Rio Dulce

    $35.00

    Important:
    *The shuttle services need to be reserved 72 hours in advance

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day.
    Departure times: 08:00 Hrs
    Departure point: Your hotel / address
    Duration: 6 hours
    Price: 35 USD p.p.
  • Shuttle Antigua to Chichicastenango

    $20.00$75.00

    Important:
    *The shuttle services need to be reserved 72 hours in advance
    *If not a Thursday or Sunday please contact us

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: ONLY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY
    Departure times: 07:00 Hrs
    Departure point: Your hotel / address
    Duration: 3 hours
    Price: 20 USD p.p.
  • shuttle antigua to Coban / Lanquin

    $40.00

    Important:
    The shuttle services need to be reserved 72 hours in advance

    • In LANQUIN hotels only in the center, we do NOT bring people to hotels near SEMUC CHAMPEY neither pick people up there

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day.
    Departure times: 08:00 Hrs
    Departure point: Your hotel / address
    Duration: 6 hours to Coban / 8 hours to Lanquin
    Price: 40 USD p.p.

    (1) These services are NOT operated by ADRENALINA TOURS and subcontracted, and the quality of the services do not reflect entirely our quality norms … unfortunately there are no other tour operators operating this kind of shuttles. ANY CLAIM should be directed to the companies we subcontracted, or you should seriously think to buy from US a private service (and yes, we guarantee quality)

    (2) Most of the buses used are OLD and do not have a lot of space, your knees will suffer and the roads are in bad conditions …. Just being straight forwarded, shuttles from/to Coban and Lanquin are better than the chicken buses but much worse than a private (of course). We offer private services with comfort and flexibility as alternative.

    (3) Punctuality is NOT guaranteed, 08.00 am from LANQUIN can be delayed with one hour or more and this is the same case from PANA or ANTIGUA, anyway you always must be ready at time …

    (4) On the same shuttle bus there will be people paying more and people less .. why? Each agency sells tickets and only one or two tour operators are operating these shuttles, some agencies do not pay even the minimum salary to their employee’s AND others do … some agencies don’t care about you if something happens AND others do …
    We try to pay ALL our people well, in a social responsible way, and this has a price.

    (5) You can NOT choose your seat and all seats are used, even the small extra one, s without back support, bad luck for you .. but the price is also related to filling up to the top with people, and no seat should be not occupied.

  • Shuttle Antigua to Copan

    $35.00

    Important:
    *The shuttle services need to be reserved 72 hours in advance
    *Not included the exit fee (5 USD per person) at the border
    *No shuttle available 25th December and 01th Januar

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day.
    Departure times: 04:00 Hrs
    Departure point: Your hotel / address
    Duration: 6 hours
    Price: 35 USD p.p.