Antigua, Guatemala

Guatemala "The Land of Eternal Spring" travel can be enjoyed year round, as the country boasts a tropical climate that ensures predominantly predictable temperatures, regardless of the season. That is not to say that you won’t find temperature changes throughout the country. Guatemala is a country that differs greatly in terms of elevation, with lowlands along the eastern shore, in the northern Petén department and along the southern Pacific coast, and Mountain highlands everywhere else. Among the 37 volcanoes scattered through Guatemala’s highlands, you will find the 13,845-foot Tajumulco Volcano, which is the highest point anywhere in Central America. While temperatures remain warm at Guatemala’s lower altitudes regardless of the season, at 11,000 feet and up frost is often known to pay a visit. This is especially the case from November through April when Guatemala is most prone to slight temperature drops.

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