Join us to visit the surrounding villages

 Including the museum at the Convent/ Archbishop’s Palace in San Juan del Obispo,

daily life in San Pedro las Huertas and the Maya town of San Antonio Aguas Calientes which specializes in the finest authentic Maya textiles.

By far the best tour of Antigua.

Many worldwide travelers have called Elizabeth Bell one of the best tour guides in the world.

Meet your Antigua Tours guide at the fountain in the Main Plaza for a leisurely walk around this World Heritage Site.

The tour focuses on the city’s history, cultural trends and restoration efforts. We visit the City Hall Palace, Palace of the Captain’s General, the Cathedral with its majestic ruins, Antigua’s unique cultural lifestyle, Maya archeology through the spiritual stone of jade, and the best museums in town at Paseo de los Museos. The city comes to life.

Fly over amazing views and treetops with wild deer

Experience an unforgettable adventure for the whole family at the Filadelfia Coffee Estate.

Choose between the mid-speed 6 segment zip line of the Forest Express Tour or the high-speed 2 steps zip line of the Canyon Express Tour.

Follow the path of the coffee bean from the nursery to your cup.

 Conclude with a seated educational tasting. Your driver picks you up in Antigua for the short drive to the farm and you later return to Antigua.

Watch results of the recent eruptions and the volcano smoking.  Hike back down and drive to your hotel in Antigua. Wear long pants and good shoes.

Experience incredible views

Enjoy private transportation from Antigua to the Pacaya Volcano National Park entrance where you will begin a 1 1/2 hr. hike up the volcano.

Watch results of the recent eruptions and the volcano smoking.  Hike back down and drive to your hotel in Antigua. Wear long pants and good shoes.

Visit Antigua in a different way

By driving in a vespa, golf cart or 4×4, through our beautiful city and taking photos of its historical places. You will visit the main churches, ruins and cultural centers.

Our guide will take you on a trip to colonial times so you can see the places where history took place.

Restored between 1968 and 1971 by Don Carlos Dorion, Isabel de Dorion.

La Casa de Los Leones was intergraded with two additional colonial homes to become what we see today as Hotel Posada Don Rodrigo.

Located just a couple of blocks to central park in towns more important street area. A Hotel with tradition history an a excellent costumer service.

Today Posada Don Rodrigo conserves its ambiance that characterizes a colonial an antique home in Guatemala.

The San Rafael, which opens following a three-year restoration.

Incorporates the remains of an early structure significantly altered in the nineteenth century. The recent restoration preserves the form of a grand, traditional colonial home with its brick, stone and stucco construction; two courtyards; antique tile roofs; and three water features (including a dramatic wall fountain). Besides the furnished patio where one can enjoy a leisurely breakfast while gazing over the garden, guests will appreciate the elegant and lofty sitting and dining room, the perfect space in which to sip a glass of wine, sit before a roaring fire, or catch up on emails and correspondence.

Entering through the gates of the San Rafael, visitors enjoy a sweeping view of the first courtyard with its two fountains and richly varied plantings: Italian cypresses, ficus trees, and the colorful blossoms of native plants. The hotel office and reception are conveniently located off the entry vestibule, where newly arriving guests will be greeted with a welcome beverage, and hotel residents may seek advice on touring the city, securing reservations at Antigua’s finest restaurants, or making arrangements for a private excursion.

Meson Panza Verde was established in 1986 as the first Luxury Boutique Hotel and Restaurant (European style) in Antigua.

Ideally located at the quiet end of famous Fifth Avenue. It is a pleasant five minute walk from Antigua’s main Plaza and Cathedral down cobble stone streets past wonderful ruins and delightful shops. People often ask about our name.

Panza Verde (green belly) is what generations of Antigüeños have called themselves. No one is quite certain of the true story, but it is said the people who remained here after the Capital was moved to Guatemala City were so poor they had to subsist on avocados. Being a Panza Verde is mentioned with great pride.

Located under the gaze of three magnificent volcanoes, Antigua is a show for the sight.

Located under the gaze of three magnificent volcanoes, Antigua is a show for the sight.

Situated on one of Antigua’s famed cobblestone streets, in front of the superb 18th century Capuchin convent, El Convento is a sanctuary from which to discover the city’s magnificent sites.