Guatemala won our hearts with its rumbling volcanos, crater lakes, epic ruins, colorful traditions and its gentile and welcoming people. It's the first time we travelled with so many overlanders, woke to the roar of howler monkeys and witnessed an erupting volcano up close.

Quick Stats

Entered: December 7, 2015

Exited: December 12, 2015

Entered: February 16, 2016

Exited: May 6, 2016

Days traveled in Guatemala: 87

Daily Average Expenses: $44 

Culturally rich, colorful, traditional, intimate, rugged and remote

Coming soon...ish – We're gathering our thoughts, notes, voice memos and videos so we can write good, fun, honest stories about the people we meet and our experiences in each country we visit on our trip. It's definitely not easy to encapsulate the rich moments we've lived so far in the last couple of years. You'd think we have enough time, but we constantly find ourselves struggling to see it all. For the moment we keep choosing to drive the less traveled roads, taste delicious street foods, share with locals and new friends, go on long hikes, climb mountains, drink beers with overlander friends and bask in the sun. Can you blame us?! Our hope is to share these moments and stories with friends and everyone else who follows our journey. Hopefully sooner than later. : )

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Guatemala Route