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NEW YORK- MAY 14, 2012 -The Guatemala Tourism Board, INGUAT, and the Guatemalan Ministry of Culture have announced the launch of the Bāaktunes Route, a special cultural route that features archeological sites with strong evidence of the Maya Calendarās Long Count that ends on December 21, 2012.Ā Pedro Pablo Duchez, Guatemalaās Minister of Tourism, who spoke [...]
KimĀ“Arrin Travel, a Guatemalan āsmall tourism businessā founded 40 years ago this coming June, invites you to visit their country and learn firsthand how their ancestors viewed the cosmos and why the year 2012 has become so important worldwide. Allow Guatemala to first share with you its vision, especially appropriate within the context of the [...]
NEW YORK- NOVEMBER, 2010- The Guatemala Tourism Board (INGUAT) announced today that the road from Guatemala City to Lake Atitlan remains open and accessible by tourists and locals alike. Road work construction was started on October 26, 2010 to expand lanes on a section of the road and will continue until mid-December. This portion of [...]
By JUAN CARLOS LLORCA | May, 2010 GUATEMALA CITY ā Explosive eruptions shook two huge volcanos in Central and South America on Friday, forcing thousands of people to flee their homes and disrupting air traffic as ash drifted over major cities.Ā Guatemala’s Pacaya volcano started erupting lava and rocks Thursday afternoon, blanketing the country’s capital with [...]
By mercurynews.com/etn | Dec 14, 2008 Buried beneath deep jungle growth in Guatemala’s northern reaches, the ancient Maya metropolis of El Mirador is worth the walking. And walking, and walking some more. Go now for the rare chance to experience lush tropical forest and have the ancient city – more and more of which is [...]
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It sounded like a volcanic eruption, survivors said. But it was actually a thundering river of mud, rock and uprooted trees that poured down a volcano towering over this Mayan community in western Guatemala, engulfing everything in its path.
Guatemala’s Tourist Commission (INGUAT) presented today the new country brand image, “Guatemala, soul of the earth”. The logo and slogan were first revealed to the public last night at Guatemala’s National Theater after an eight-month international study led by Interbrand Corporation, a company with more than 20 years of experience in branding.
July Visitors Traveling to Guam by Air Exceed 100,000 http://www.visitguam.org TUMON BAY, Guam, USA, August 30, 2004 Q Visitor air arrivals on Guam numbered a record-breaking 100,616 in July. The 100,616 visitors do not include sea arrivals.
Take a journey to colorful and culturally rich Guatemala for their Easter festivals. During Semana Santa, the week prior to the Easter holiday, the streets of Guatemala swell with activity as countless processions march over vibrant and intricately patterned carpets of dyed sawdust. Adventure Life Journeys’ Guatemala Easter Festivals 12 Day tour is designed to [...]