Pacaya Volcano Tour and Hot Springs with Lunch From Antigua by Christopher Crouzet
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Pacaya Volcano Tour and Hot Springs with Lunch From Antigua

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Climb one of Guatemala´s thirty-three volcanoes then relax in Santa Teresita hot springs


  • Hike an Active Volcano
  • Enjoy a Relaxing Thermal Circuit
  • Amazing Views of the Surrounding Landscape


  • Roundtrip Hotel Transfers from Antigua Guatemala Hotels
  • Admissions to Pacaya Volcano
  • Entrance to Santa Teresita hot springs
  • Thermal Circuit
  • Lunch


  • Meals not mentioned
  • Beverages
  • Optional Gratuities
  • Horses

Please Note

  • Please keep in mind that when climbing an active volcano changes in activity and weather may cancel or cut the excursion short at anytime.
  • Medical and Legal Note: Guests booking this tour certify that they are in excellent physical condition and free from any heart, respiratory and/or back condition and are not pregnant. Booking of this tour constitutes an acceptance of the inherent risk of climbing any active volcano and the guest agrees to hold Gray Line all subsidiaries, licensees, staff members and vendors harmless and not liable for any and all injuries or death as a result of taking this tour.
  • Minimum of 2 passengers (adults) is required for the tour to run. If the minimum size is not reached, the tour is subject to cancellation and all tickets are refunded or rescheduled.
  • Tours include bilingual guide (English and Spanish).
  • It is recommended that you bring walking shoes, hat, sunglasses, and a camera.
  • Please contact us if you need a guide in any other language. French, German and Italian in private services, subject to additional costs and guide availability.
  • For groups of 10 persons or more, please contact Gray Line Guatemala to arrange. [email protected]

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Jan 02 2018
My view of this tour would probably not be what everyone else thought it was. It was truly one of the worst experiences I've had, but given the details of the situation, perhaps it will make sense. I went on the hike and figured out very quickly, given the altitude and level of difficulty of the hike, it was going to be too much for me. I am now home very sick, and know that I was clearly much more sick before the hike than I realized. I get that for many people, that hike is not too hard, but unless you are someone who is quite in shape, it's very difficult. I can handle that, but my complaint is actually in the two tour guides our group had. At the beginning of the hike, it would have been nice for them to say "listen, take a break if you need, or there are horses here if you get tired, and that's ok". Instead, I felt absolutely shamed that I needed to get a horse. The tour guide seemed annoyed with me. Then once we got to the top, they would run down the hill and those of us that wanted to take our time a bit were rushed. There were other groups that just used horses and had I known that was an option, I would have done that. It was truly a horrible experience, one that I hope to never relive.The only reason I gave this 3 stars was that the spa portion was lovely, even if the temperatures they use are not too extreme like a good spa should be.Basically, do the hike if you are really in shape, and if you want to take a horse, take the damn horse and don't let the guides deter you. They do the hike every day.
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On this unique and adventurous tour you will visit Pacaya National Park to explore the most active volcano in Guatemala that sits 2500 m. above the sea in an environment formed by humid forest and rocks.

Transfer to the foot of the volcano Pacaya and from there, we start hiking from the San Vicente de Pacaya village and begin ascent; the route is estimated at 60 minutes of walking up to a distance of approximately 50m from the crater at the top. You can see down into the crater to the lava as well as experience the energy of an active volcano. Pacaya Volcano remains one of the active volcanoes of Guatemala.

After the visit and exploration of the Pacaya Volcano we will continue to Kawilal Hot Springs to take time for lunch ( Included ).

Kawilal is a world of relaxation, where the most important elements of nature are present in this unique hot springs pool. The thermal pools are warm from the fire and heat of the Pacaya Volcano. This relaxing complex promotes sustainable tourism in our country and has 12 thermal pools, Thermal Circuit, 25 steam baths, and 3 hydrotherapy baths. The spa offers Relaxing Massages, Reflexology, Shiatsu Relaxing, Manicure and Pedicure among others, within our facilities are also Fonda Del Castillo, a restaurant with international with fast food service.

At the end of the tour Transfer to Antigua Guatemala.

Pickup & Starting Points

Please see detailed pickup and starting point information when you complete your booking.


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