Kilian Bron – Fuego
Behind the scenes of Kilian Bron Fuego in Guatemala. Kilian had a dream to bike Fuego Volcano we knew it wasn't going to be easy.
Home to the Kaqchikel Maya and a strong German influence this pine-forested mountain city has a layered history.
5 Reasons to go Mountain Biking in Guatemala
Guatemala is a beautiful country located in Central America, known for its diverse landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and friendly locals. From its stunning volcanoes and lakes to its lush jungle and sandy beaches, Guatemala offers a range of outdoor activities and attractions for visitors to enjoy. Mountain biking is a popular activity in Guatemala, with a range of trails suitable for riders of all levels, offering the opportunity to explore the country's stunning natural beauty and immerse oneself in the local culture. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced rider, Guatemala is an excellent destination for a mountain biking adventure here are 5 Reasons to go Mountain Biking in Guatemala. Photo: www.mtbguatemala.com ©© 2021 Brendan James / www.mtbguatemala.com MTBguatemala.com 5 Reasons to go Mountain Biking in Guatemala 1. Scenic beauty: Guatemala is home to a diverse range of landscapes, from volcanoes and lakes to beaches and jungle. Mountain biking allows you to explore these beautiful areas and experience the country's natural beauty up close. 2. Cultural richness: Guatemala is known for its rich cultural heritage, and mountain biking is a great way to immerse yourself in the local culture. Many of the trails wind through small villages and rural areas, giving you the opportunity to interact with locals and learn about their way of life. 3. Variety of trails: With a range of trails suitable for riders of all levels, Guatemala is a great destination for mountain bikers of all abilities. From easy, scenic routes to challenging, technical singletrack, there is something for everyone. 4. Affordable: Guatemala is a relatively affordable destination, with reasonable prices for accommodation, food, and activities. This makes it a budget-friendly option for mountain bikers looking to enjoy an adventure without breaking the bank. 5. Friendly locals: Guatemalans are known for their friendly, welcoming nature, and
COVID-19 Resources for travelers traveling to Guatemala
Guatemala's international airport La Aurora officially reopened for business on September 15 2020 with new protocols in place for COVID-19. The purpose of this article is to provide COVID-19 Resources for travelers traveling to Guatemala latest updates on flights, and testing requirements for entry.
Exploring the Blue River
The first edition of Explorando Río Azul becomes part of the history of Jacaltenango along with the town's annual fair.
Project Somos Children’s Village
Proyecto Somos, a non-profit organization in Tecpán, aims to create an ecologically and economically sustainable village to help Guatemalan children living in conditions of extreme poverty.
Biking to the Giant Kite Festival
The first of November in Guatemala is a very special holiday. The day commemorates the day of "All Saints" in addition to the "Sumpango Giant Kite Festival"
Timeline of COVID-19 events in Guatemala
Timeline of events and presidential actions relating to the COVID19 Pandemic in Guatemala
El Río Azul – “The Blue River”
El Río Azul is a unique site with a pristine blueriver located deep in the heart of the Cuchumatánes mountains.
Valle Todos Santos
Distinctive town deep in the heart of the Cuchumatánes mountains.