Our initiative and vision is to allow visitors to spend their time in Guatemala, sharing aspects of our cultural heritage and promote the identity of Antigua as an international tourist destination. A la Carta Tours has as goal to show all visitors the various attractions that Guatemala offers. Our tours are designed to satisfy the expectations of any traveler looking for a great travel experience in this beautiful country. And you can also let us know your specific travel idea, so we can assist you to customize your tour.
Our guides are authorized by "INGUAT" (Institute of Tourism from Guatemala) and selected by their experience in the travel industry and good character as passion for their profession which is a plus we want to offer to all our travelers.
The unforgettable experience of visit a country for the first time starts from the time it leaves the airport and goes to the hotel, and to start your unforgettable experience we provide private transportation with a professional driver from the airport to Antigua Guatemala or any other destiny:
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This historical activity was known as a social event, popular during Colonial Times for both men and women dancing together where alcohol consumption was allowed. Usually took place at a religious festivity, wedding or birthday party. For more information contact us.
Characters that will be in the Zarabanda:
5 set of marimba orchestra musicians
authority "the military"
the Church "the cure"
the lady guarding company to "single"
two couples who teach dance rhythms to the guests
Marimba for 3 hours
Souvenir for each participant
The price depends on the number of people.
GRUPO FOLKLORICO YUM KAX
Projections Folk traditions and customs of Guatemala through dance for better understanding analogy with the process of our history, legends and traditions. Our culture was in European and US In the 90s, where we were recognized as representatives of culture.
The activity consists of spots where colorful dances with simultaneously a narrator (English or Spanish) speak about what is being observed, to let you feel you are living that moment and make it part of Guatemalan culture.
Duration: 1 hour (the spots may be continuous or for blocks)