Randonnée Acatenango 2 jours

Randonnée Acatenango 2 jours

Experience the breathtaking sights and sounds of Acatenango Volcano over two exhilarating days. The trail offers some of the most awe-inspiring views in Central America. Witness the fiery eruptions of the nearby Fuego Volcano under a canopy of stars.

From $150 Usd
2 jours / 1 nuit
Départ :
Niveau de marche : Difficile

Volcan Acatenango

Volcan majestueux avec vue panoramique

Antigua Guatemala

Ville coloniale à l'architecture espagnole influencée par le baroque


  • Guatemala


  • Aventure et sport

Taille du groupe

  • 7 Travelers Max


  • Repas indiqués dans le programme
  • Guides locaux spécialisés dans la région
  • Police d'assurance en cas d'urgence
  • Droits d'entrée
  • Transport local
  • Camping
  • Tentes, literie, isolation

Non inclus

  • Vols intérieurs
  • Vols internationaux
  • Boissons et repas supplémentaires
  • Assurance médicale
  • Dépenses non spécifiées dans le programme
  • Conseils

Options de paiement

  • Carte de crédit
  • Paypal
  • Virement bancaire


Ascend to Base Camp

On the first day, trek through lush forests, gaining altitude and setting up camp with views of the nearby erupting Fuego Volcano. After a restful night, embark on an early morning hike to the summit to catch the sunrise over Antigua before making your way back down.

Lire la suite
  • L, D
  • 1h
  • Camping a 3600m osl


Summit and Descent

Witness the sun rise over Antigua, followed by a descent, wrapping up the adventure with beautiful memories.

Lire la suite
  • B, L

A propos du pays

Guatemala is located in Central America, known for its rich Mayan heritage, colonial architecture, and stunning natural beauty including volcanic landscapes, rainforests, and diverse wildlife. It’s a paradise for adventurers and culture enthusiasts.

Raisons de partir

  • Explore ancient Mayan ruins in Tikal.
  • Enjoy vibrant city life in the colonial city of Antigua.
  • Adventure through the stunning landscapes of Lake Atitlan and Semuc Champey.
  • Discover traditional Mayan culture in colorful indigenous markets.
  • Experience wildlife in natural reserves like Biotopo Monterrico-Hawaii.

Faits sur le pays

  • Official Name: Republic of Guatemala
  • Location: Central America, bordered by Mexico to the north and west, Belize and the Caribbean to the northeast, Honduras to the east, El Salvador to the southeast and the Pacific Ocean to the south.
  • Time zone: Central Standard Time
  • Capital: Guatemala City
  • Population: Approximately 18 million
  • Langue officielle : Espagnol
  • Government: Unitary presidential republic
  • Economy: Agriculture, remittances, manufacturing, and services sector form the backbone.

Les régions en un coup d'œil

Guatemala is divided into various regions each with its unique charm. The Central Highlands houses Guatemala City, the capital and the heart of the country. The Peten region is famous for the ancient Mayan city of Tikal. The Western Highlands is known for its indigenous cultures, landscapes, and colorful markets.

Attractions touristiques

  • Tikal National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Colonial city of Antigua, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Lake Atitlán surrounded by volcanoes and indigenous Mayan villages
  • Colorful Chichicastenango Market
  • Semuc Champey’s natural limestone bridge and turquoise pools

Questions d'argent

Currency: Guatemalan Quetzal (GTQ). ATMs are widely available in cities but may not be reliable in remote areas. Credit cards are generally accepted in cities and tourist areas.

Liste de colisage

  • Lightweight, breathable clothing and sturdy shoes for hiking.
  • Sun protection: hat, sunglasses, sunscreen.
  • Bring or buy a reusable water bottle to reduce plastic waste.


Guatemalan culture is a blend of its Mayan heritage and Spanish colonial influence, seen in everything from its architectural styles to its traditional clothing and food. Indigenous markets and festivals provide colorful showcases of Guatemalan culture.


  • Hotels range from budget hostels to luxury resorts.
  • Costs vary significantly by region and season.
  • Safety: Use reputable booking platforms, consider reviews, especially for solo female travelers.

Exigences en matière de visa

Travelers will need a valid passport. Visa requirements vary depending on the country of origin, check Guatemala’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs for more information. Vaccination against Yellow Fever required if arriving from a risk area.

Numéros de contact en cas d'urgence

Police: 110
Medical Assistance: 120
Firefighters: 122

Etiquette culturelle

Respect local customs and traditions, especially in indigenous communities. Drug laws are strict and punishments severe. It’s illegal to take antiquities out of the country.

Électricité, prises et tension

Type A and B outlets, 120V. Travelers from countries with different standards will need a plug adapter and possibly a voltage converter.


Guatemala has a tropical climate. Rainy season runs from May to October. Pack lightweight, breathable clothing, a good raincoat, and sturdy shoes.

Transports publics

Buses are the main form of transportation. Taxis, ride-shares, and private drivers are available in cities. Rental cars are an option but be aware of potential road conditions.

Langue parlée

  • Primary language: Spanish. Basic English phrases known in tourist areas.
  • In remote regions, many indigenous languages are spoken, with little English.

Conseils en matière de durabilité

  • Respect local traditions and customs.
  • Stay on marked trails to protect natural areas.
  • Support local economy by purchasing local crafts and goods.

Applications et sites web utiles

Traveling in Guatemala offers a rich cultural experience combined with breathtaking natural beauty. For a safe and enjoyable trip, always respect local customs, be aware of your surroundings, and don’t forget to explore beyond the typical tourist routes. Enjoy the diversity of experiences Guatemala offers and let the Land of Eternal Spring surprise you!

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