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Are you blessed with wanderlust? Does the mere sight of these travel books have your heart skipping a beat?

Dear Travel Addict,

If you stared even a second longer at the travel books, you may be one of many, diagnosed with “Travel addiction.”

Should our fellow travel addicts find themselves travelling through Central America, wander your way to #beautiful #Guatemala where you will find gorgeous colonial architecture in #Antigua and majestic #volcanoes around #Guatemala city. 65 palabras más

Beach Travel

Open this link to see Monterrico Adventures new flyer!

Starting December, look for our flyers in Antigua, Guatemala City, and Monterrico. Monterrico Adventures flyers will be located in popular restarants and hotels throughout the cities. 42 palabras más

Beach Travel

Monterrico Adventures Sea Turtle Exploration,we have you covered!

It is sea turtle season, and we have you covered when you join us!  In search of sea turtles that come to the shores of Monterrico beach at night, we supply you with headlamps to give you the best experience.   11 palabras más

Beach Travel

We "Like" Sharing!

We like sharing!  #Share the #Tour or #Activity experience you had with Monterrico Adventures; post your pics!   Tag us!  #MonterricoAdventures

Beach Travel

Watch this short video of baby sea turtles being released on Monterrico beach!

Help a baby sea turtle get the best start in life!  Join us during sea turtle season to release a newly hatched baby from the Sea Turtle Conservation Project in Monterrico.   98 palabras más

Beach Travel

New Activity! Monterrico Adventures is now offering a "Shrimping experience!"

Shrimping experience

Journey on a shrimping boat to learn how to catch wild shrimp with nets the local way.  Experience how to catch wild shrimp traditionally, and in their natural habitat, the mangroves.   75 palabras más

Beach Travel

Monterrico and turtles on volcanic sand

As we write this we can hear the huge waves crash loudly into the black volcanic sand in Monterrico. Getting to this small village on Guatemala’s Pacific Coast was easy, three chicken buses (Antigua to Escuintla, Escuintla to Taxisco and Taxisco to La Avellana) and a lancha through mangroves. 983 palabras más