• BIRD WATCHING

    $80.00

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day.
    Departure times: 05:00 Hrs.
    Duration of tour: 5:00 Hours approximately.
    Pick up and drop off places: Your hotel or address in Quetzaltenango.
    Price: 80 USD p.p (With minimum 2 persons)
    Included: English or Spanish speaking guide, entrance fees, private transportation (round trip)
    Not included: Water, meals or snacks.
    What to bring: Sunscreen and insect repellent, comfortable and not so colorful clothes for the tour and sunglasses, camera is optional.

     

  • Chichicastenango tour

    $65.00

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Thursday and sunday
    Departure times: 08:00 Hrs.
    Duration of tour: 10:00 Hours approximately.
    Pick up and drop off places: Your hotel or address in Quetzaltenango.
    Price: 65 USD p.p (With minimum 2 persons)
    Included: English or Spanish speaking guide, entrance fees, private transportation (round trip)
    Not included: Water, meals or snacks
    What to bring: Sunscreen, comfortable clothing for the tour and sunglasses

     

  • COFFEE PLANTATION TOUR

    $75.00

    *READ TERM AND CONDITIONS* https://adrenalinatours.com/2017/more/terms-and-conditions/

    Description:
    The area of Quetzaltenango is one of the best to let you see and experience Guatemala as a well-known producer of the best coffee in the world!

    On this tour you have the chance to learn more about the production of this famous grain. You will also pay a visit to cacao, rubber and macadamia plantations, and learn about the work of the locals at these plantations. You can chose between different farms, each with a different focus on sustainable tourism, products and service.

    Please have a look at the websites of the different farms:

    El Patrocinio: www.reservapatrocinio.com

    Nueva Alianza: www.comunidadnuevaalianza.org

    Santa Elena: www.fincasantaelena.com/home.html 

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day
    Departure times: 07:00 Hrs. and 13:00 hrs
    Duration of tour: 7:00 Hrs. approximately
    Pick up and drop off places: Your hotel or address in Quetzaltenango
    Price: 75 USD p.p (With minimum 2 persons)
    Included: Local Guide, Entrance fee and Private transportation (Round trip) with private biliingual driver
    Not included: Water, meals or snacks
    What to bring: Sunscreen and insect repellent, comfortable clothing for the tour and sunglasses
  • Colonial Churches

    $43.00

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day.
    Departure times: 08:00 Hrs. and 14:00 hrs.
    Duration of tour: 4:00 Hrs. approximately.
    Pick up and drop off places: Your hotel or address in Quetzaltenango.
    Price: 43 USD p.p (With minimum 2 persons)
    Included: English or Spanish speaking guide, entrance fees, private transportation (round trip)
    Not included: Tips to guides, water or snaks.
    What to bring: Sunscreen and sun hat, comfortable clothing for the tour.

     

  • From ALASKA , highest point on the Interamerican highway to XELA

    $85.00

    Description:
    Diference in altitude : 1500 meters

    ALSO HALF DAY tours available for the same Price to Salcaja , El baúl , Mirador de la virgen (Majadas) and any other place on request
    ASK also for full days or multiple day tours , tailor-made or just combine a few of them ¡

    INFORMATION:

    Level: experts

    Availability: Every day.
    Departure times: 07:00 Hrs.
    Duration of tour: 5:30 Hours approximately.
    Pick up and drop off places: Office Adrenalina tours Quetzaltenango (inside Pasaje Enriquez).
    Price: 85 USD p.p With minimum 2
    Included: One or two Guides / Bikes full, equipment (helmet), first aid kit
    Not included: Water or snacks
    What to bring: Water comfortable clothing for the tour and sunglasses.

    Ask for special prices

  • FUENTES GEORGINAS

    $20.00

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day.
    Departure times: 09:00 Hrs. / 14:30 Hrs.
    Duration of tour: 3:50 Hours approximately.
    Pick up and drop off places: Office Adrenalina Tours Quetzaltenango(inside Pasaje Enriquez.
    Price: 20 USD p.p
    Included: Entrance fee, collective transportation (Round trip)
    Not included: Water, meals or snacks, Guide.
    What to bring: Sunscreen and sun hat, comfortable clothing for the tour, pool clothes, sandals and towel.

     

  • Fuentes Georginas (Level: advanced)

    $54.00$95.00

    3rd Route to Fuentes Georginas (Level: advanced)

    This is a great tour with a wonderful view. You leave for a route where you can see how the extraordinary plantations adorn the landscape, where you can hear the lovely singing of Guatemala’s birds, and were you will be rewarded with a natural hot bath in the hot springs of Fuentes Georginas in Zunil at arrival. After having enjoyed this welcoming both, private transportation will take you back to Quetzaltenango.

    INFORMATION          

     

    Availability: Every day

    Departure times:  07:00 am

    Duration of the tour: 6 hours

    Pick up and Drop off places: Office Adrenalina tours Quetzaltenango (Inside Pasaje Enriquez)

    Included:     – Bike,

    Equipment of security (helmet head)

    – Guide

    – Entrance fees in Fuentes Georginas

    Not included: Water or snacks

    Price:

    • 1   PAX     $95
    • 2   PAXS   $65 per person
    • 3   PAXS   $58 per person
    • 4   PAXS or more   $54 per person

    What to bring: Water to hydrate, comfortable clothing for the tour, sunglasses, pool clothes, sandals and towel.

     

     

    NOTE: If you would to take any other professional route, you need to ask in our office to check availability and discuss the route.

    Any tour is best to do in the morning.

  • Fuentes georginas hot springs / Half day

    $65.00

    Description:
    This is a great tour with a wonderful view. You leave for a route where you can see how the extraordinary plantations adorn the landscape, where you can hear the lovely singing of Guatemala’s birds, and were you will be rewarded with a natural hot bath in the hot springs of Fuentes Georginas in Zunil at arrival. After having enjoyed this welcoming bath, private transportation will take you back to Quetzaltenango.(you will not bike back) . The total distance is about 30 kms , altitude range 550 meters

    ALSO HALF DAY tours available for the same Price to Salcaja , El baúl , Mirador de la virgen (Majadas) and any other place on request

    INFORMATION:

    Level: Advanced

    Availability: Every day.
    Departure times: 08:00 Hrs.
    Duration of tour: 4 Hours approximately. + the time spend at the springs
    Pick up and drop off places: Office Adrenalina tours Quetzaltenango (inside Pasaje Enriquez).
    Price: 65 USD p.p With minimum 2 persons
    Included: One or two Guides / Bikes full, equipment (helmet), first aid kit
    Not included: Water or snacks , entrance fees hot springs
    What to bring: Water , comfortable clothing for the tour and sunglasses , bathing
    suit and towel.

    *Ask for group prices 

  • Horseback riding near Quetzaltenango

    $65.00

    Description:
    From Quetzaltenango at 08 am, the minibus   will pick you up at your hotel/address to Salcaja Town, where we leave the bus and get on the horse! Also for children, horses are used to humans and Juan is a real expert!
    We start our horseback ride riding through some small streets of Salcaja, during the tour we can see how local people perform daily activities while we go also through rural paths into small mountains surrounded by nature and amazing landscape. We arrive at a point called Mirador Salcaja after about 1 to 1.15 hours where a break is taken, you can take pictures and enjoy the fabulous views, then we take the horses back where we started

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day
    Departure times: 08:00
    Duration: Half day tour
    pick up and drop off: Door to door service
    Price: 65 USD p.p. (minimum 2 person, maximum 4 persons)
    Included: Round transfer from and to Quetzaltenango, Horse, local Spanish guide and expert in horses
    Not included: Tips to the guide, food and drinks
    What to bring: Hat and water
  • Indigenous Villages Tour

    $45.00

    We will pay a visit to three interesting villages (pueblos) around Antigua.

    San Juan del Obispo:
    Our first stop will be San Juan del Obispo, on the slopes of Volcano Agua. Here we will visit the temple, monastery and square of the first bishop of Guatemala, Francisco Marroquin. The village is famous for holding one of the first Catholic churches in Guatemala. Francisco Marroquin resided in San Juan del Obispo and still appears on our Q100 bill. San Juan del Obispo is a haven for artisans and is home to Guatemala’s best chocolatiers. For this reason, around Antigua, you will often see chocolate sold from San Juan del Obispo. We recommend supporting the local community during your visit to San Juan by purchasing the chocolate whilst there, which can also be considerably cheaper. Also, San Juan is known for a fruit called “nispero”, which comes in season in late October and November. In November an annual Festival del Nispero is held at the town’s main plaza to celebrate the start of the season. The festival lasts 2 days and is well worth a visit. Expect to see lively music, craftsman selling their wares from metals and woods, chocolates and Nispero wine.

    Ciudad Vieja:
    Seven kilometers southwest of Antigua along the Escuintla road is Ciudad Vieja (Old City), near the site of the first capital of the Captaincy General of Guatemala. Founded in 1527, it met its demise 14 years later when Volcano Agua let loose a flood of water that had been penned up in its crater. The water deluged the town with tons of rock and mud, leaving only the ruins of La Concepción church. We will unfold to you the history of this town, which was the second city founded by Spanish in Guatemala. We will also visit the organic macadamia farm where you will learn about the many medical functions of the macadamia nut.

    San Antonio Aguas Calientes:
    Last but not least, we visit the small picturesque town of San Antonio Aguas Calientes. This city was founded in 1528 and the majority of the population is Kaqchikel. One of Guatemala’s most well-known exports is traditional textiles, woven by Maya women, many who learn the craft from a very young age.  As far as textiles go, the town of San Antonio Aguas Calientes (translated as San Antonio Hot Springs) has the best reputation for quality textiles. We will visit the textile co-operative market here where you will be able to view the Mayan women using a back strap loom to weave traditional patterns. You will also have the opportunity to shop and buy any gifts from this market that you would like, which additionally supports the local Mayan women’s Co-Operative. The handicrafts market also has a small museum that has traditional dresses on display of most major regions in Guatemala, and is very much worth a visit. The tour ends in the jade factory, where you can learn about the different types of jade and the history of jade in Guatemala and understand how long it takes to make just one piece. To the ancient Maya, jade represented things like maize (corn), the wind, breath and the soul. They made jade into belts, nose decorations, mosaic masks, tooth inserts, beads and ear spools (a kind of earring that looks like a spool). They also worked jade into “celts” – a kind of axe-head. As for decoration, designs representing flowers were popular for jade jewelry. The jade is cut and polished in the factory by local Guatemalan workers who follow the carving traditions of their ancestors.

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day.
    Departure times: 08:00 Hrs / 14:00 PM
    Departure point: yout hotel / Address
    Duration: 4 hours
    Price: 45 USD p.p.
    Included: Spanish, English -Speaking guide
    What to bring: comfortable clothes and shoes, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, personal items, camera, some extra money
  • Necro tour

    $20.00

    Description:
    The Necrotour is a tour through the cementery, a grand tradition in Europe where it is common for tourists to visit the catacombs. In Guatemala, small steps are being taken and some cemeteries have decided to open their gates to curious people and organize specific routes.

    In Quetzaltenango, besides its obvious function, some understand that the cemetery is of cultural importance. The city has made it a museum and it is now considered a tourist activity in the city.

    The Necrotour focuses on themes like architecture, history, art and symbols inside the cemetery. Of course we will also talk about the legends from the regions of Quetzaltenango. The Necrotour is great to do with a full moon, to really see the beauty of the Cemetery of the city. It is the oldest working cemetery of Guatemala.

    An important note is that part of the proceeds of the tour are used for preservation and renovation of the installations. During the tour, you will be able to visit La Loma, a place dedicated for people of low income. You will also see the presidential mausoleum, some gothic chapels and Monuments of the Martyrs of the Revolution “Sexto Estado De Los altos”. The last one being from the period in which the city of Xela got independence from Guatemala.

    The towers of “Sexto Estado” are in honour of the martyrs of the revolution. They are important people of Quetzaltenango. A local point of interest would be the tomb of Vanushka, an icon inside the city. The tradition says that anyone who leaves a rose on her tomb, will find love.

    The tour is of two hours and a certified guide is in charge. The price is 20 USD per person (Spanish speaking guide) , add 10 USD per person if English is required . Minimum two people.

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day.
    Departure times: 19:00 Hrs
    Duration of tour: 2.30 Hrs. approximately.
    Pick up and drop off places: Cementery Quetzaltenango
    Price: 20 USD p.p (With minimum 2 persons)
    Included: Certified guide (spanish speaking)
    Not included: Tips for the guide.
    What to bring: Sweater, good shoes.
  • Quetzaltenango tour

    $120.00

    Description:
    We will leave early from Panajechel to visit the second biggest city of Guatemala: Quetzaltenango. On the way we pay a visit to the colonial church in San Andrés Xecul, famous for its colors and ornamentation; to San Cristobal Totonicapán, considered one of the seven colonial wonders of Guatemala with more than 300 years of history; and to Salcajá, a colonial treasure holding the first church that was constructed in Central America. In the afternoon we will enjoy a vivid tour of the historic city center of Quetzaltenango, learning about its beautiful architecture and important buildings. We then continue to the most important indigenous towns of the region: Zunil, a colorful town full of traditions; Cantel, where we’ll appreciate the fabrication of glass; and Almolonga, with its fertile ground and agriculture. We will end our busy day with a well-deserved rest and bath in the hot springs of Fuentes Georginas. Satisfied and rosy we will return to Panajachel at the end of the afternoon

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day
    Departure times: 07:00 Hrs
    Duration: 10 hours
    Pick un and drop off:
    Price 120 USD mínimum 2 people
    Included Transportation and guide.
    Not included:
    What to bring