The green vegetation that grows on the shores and the golden hue of the sand greet us in a place where nature has been more than benevolent. Mario Dary Foundation (Fundary) and tourist operators have invited us to let us explore this paradisiacal national place.
These preparations are an old Guatemalan tradition. It is common to see them on the tables of many families, on a modest dining room or on the food sales on fairs. Some of them are spicy others with less flavor, anyway, there are for every taste.
The villagers of Santiago Sacatepéquez and Sumpago, in Sacatepéquez are preparing for the celebration of the Day of the Dead, where they will take their peace messages up to the clouds, showing a new display of art and folklore with their gigantic kites.
The indoors of the churches of the Colonial City are true works of art admired by both nationals and foreigners. These master creations, however, would not exist if it not were be for the hands of the artisans who preserve, repair, and make the replicas that the public take pleasure in.
Some people call Guatemala 'the window to paradise,' which is no exaggeration, because the country has very varied topography and exuberant vegetation. For this reason, a farm that offers rides through thermal waters in Lake Izabal has adopted the name.