The second highest Summit in Central America, Tacaná, is located in the border between Guatemala and México. From the main cone, you’ll enjoy great views of two amazing countries. This is the best place to see the highest Central American volcano, Tajumulco.
Known by the indigenous mames as “Tacnahuyú”, wich means “house of fire” due to ancient eruptions.
Not many tourists visit this volcano, so you will enjoy the silence only interrupted by the noises of nature. Trees, flowers, rocks and some local tiny huts will be your only companions.
The forest and the views during the entire hike are amazing as well; with clear weather, the stars will shine over your head. But if the rain falls, prepare to hike through colorful flowered misty trails.
Get ready for some cold and a great adventure!
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Contact us to start planning your private tour to Tajumulco Volcano Mail: email@example.com
* Difficulty: Medium/High – We catalogue it as a 7 out of 10.
* When: Year round – The best season is between November and February.
* Group Size: Minimum 2 people / 30 Max.
* Will there be, more people in my group? No, this is a private tour.
* Is it good for kids? We don’t accept kids under 15 years old for this trip.
– Day 1
13:00 Pick up at your hotel in Guatemala City or Antigua
13:30 Trip towards Quetzaltenango
19:30 Overnight in Quetzaltenango
– Day 2
05:00 Trip towards Sibinal
08:30 Start of Ascent
19:00 Arrival to campsite
– Day 3
04:00 Wake up before the sun is out to do the final minutes of ascent towards the summit
07:00 Return to the camp for breakfast and get ready for the descent
09:00 Start of descent
14:00 Trip back to your hotel in Quetzaltenango, Antigua or Guatemala City
– Overnight Tour – $370
If your group has 5 people or more ask for our discounted prices
– Local porter 25lb $45 each
The prices above mentioned include:
– Experienced guide/s – The amount of guides depends on the size of the group.
– Comfortable private transport to and from your hotel in Antigua Guatemala.
– One night at a 3-star hotel in Quetzaltenango.
– Entrance fees.
– Meals for the hike (1 breakfast, 1 lunch, 1 dinner)
– Camping equipment (tent, sleeping bag and/or backpack)
– Water for the hike
WHAT TO BRING
– 4 o 5lts of water and/or Gatorade
– Warm clothing (temperatures might drop all the way down to 0°C)
– Snacks for the hike
– Boots or sports shoes (not new ones)
– 2 sets of clothes (one in case you get wet and one for sleeping)
– Headlamp and lantern
– Other equipment of your choice like camping cups, plates, stoves, etc.
– Alcoholic drinks
– Pack everything inside of dry bags or plastic bags in case it rains.
– Try not to wear clothes made out of cotton. Polyester is better.
– Don’t consume alcoholic beverages 24 hours before the tour. You don’t want to be dehydrated before you start.
– Don’t bring any jewels or valuables.
– No guns.
– Let’s try to not contaminate – Carry back down all of the trash you produce.
– Guatemala might be considered a tropical country but it can be really cold up there. Don’t underestimate our warnings regarding the warm clothes.
– If you choose not to do the tour with us please hire some other guide. We don’t want anyone to get lost.