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We heard about this new tour going on at Wicho and Charlies agency. We tried their Acatenango hike and was super cool so we decided to go on this sunrise hike. First of all this is a hike no one in Antigua is doing, is...More
We made this trip at the end of June. We were 3 families together, both locals and tourists. The kids are aged 4 to 17, and all of us had a great time. The youngest had horses, which was good fun. Wonderful views to the...More
Absolutely worth the hike! This is an active volcano and you can see the lava flowing and feel the heat from it. The hike is intermediate to difficult and wear good hiking shoes . Roast marshmallows and eat fresh orange that is sold on the...More
We booked this tour with our hotel, paid US $15 per person which includes round trip transportation and the guide. We had a large group so we had 2 guides. When you arrive there are kids offering sticks for $5 quetzales for the hike and...More
First, I must share the issue with the transport, we booked a local tour through a guide who was with us in Guatemala. We left Antigua around lunchtime for what was supposed to be a reasonable journey to the volcano. We were in traffic for...More
Wow! This is a must for all! We rode horses up (100Q) up and another 100Q if you want to ride down but going down is easy. Wear good hiking shoes!!!! It can be challenging especially on the part where it is all sand and...More
I booked a trip to Pacaya many years ago and was able to hike out to and walk across the lava field along with a number of friends. The bottoms of our shoes literally melted as we were walking on the hardened lava. We have...More
Pacaya is certainly an active volcano. If you have a chance to go when it is spewing lava, it is a fascinating hike.
I am an avid hiker, and was skeptical about the need for a guide on a common trail. If you are just...More
The hike up to the volcano is a strenuous one, but there are plenty of places to rest along the way. Once on 'top' the view of the peak is spectacular. The volcano was active when we visited.
You can spend time walking on volcanic...More
Response from la_viajera_constanta | Reviewed this property |
Hi Lone Traveller - there are many different agencies offering the tour with different schedules and prices. The basic sunrise tour can be booked at pretty much every agency and hostel.
Hope that helps!