Western Highlands GuideThe Western Highlands are a mountainous region in Guatemala. The Western Highlands stretches from the outskirts of Antigua to the Mexican border. It's probably the most beautiful part of Guatemala. HotelsFind hotels in Quetzaltenango, Santa Cruz La Laguna, Panajachel, Santa Cruz La Laguna and more.
Popular in Western HighlandsQuetzaltenangoQuetzaltenango, also known as Xela or Xelaju, is the second largest city in Guatemala. San Pedro la LagunaSan Pedro La Laguna is in Guatemala. It is a fairly laid back small town located across Lake Atitlán from Panajachel. PanajachelPanajachel is in the Western Highlands of Guatemala. Panajachel, or Pana as it is widely known is a small town on the North shore of Lake Atitlán.
In Western HighlandsLake AtitlánLaguna de Atitlán, is a beautiful volcanic lake in the Western Highlands of Guatemala. SololaSololá is a city in a state of the same name in the Western Highlands region of Guatemala, Spanish- some indigenous people, particularly women, may not speak Spanish. CantelCantel is a village in Guatemala, 10km from the major city of Quetzaltenango. It is inhabited by K'iche' Maya. HuehuetenangoHuehuetenango is a city in the Western Highlands of Guatemala. The last big city in Guatemala before you reach the Mexican border, or the first major settlement when arriving from. ChichicastenangoChichicastenango is a small town in the Western Highlands of Guatemala. Located at an altitude of 2030m, it is surrounded by valleys and mountains. Todos Santos CuchumatánTodos Santos Cuchumatán is a town in Western Highlands, Guatemala Todos Santos is a small town of a few thousand people, most of whom are decended from the Mayan and most of whom use Mam as their first language. UspantanUspantan is a city in the Western Highlands region of Guatemala. Microbuses from Coban leave in late mornings; schedules change every few months. ZunilZunil is a small, mostly agricultural village located in Guatemala. There are many local buses from Quetzaltenango going toward Zunil. AlmolongaAlmolonga is a city in Guatemala that provides medicinal sulfur baths, an up close look at every day agro-business and a taste of Guatemalan culture. Ixil TriangleThe Ixil Triangle is in Quiche Province, in the Western Highlands of Guatemala. The inhabitants of this area are descendents of the Maya, and speak the Ixil language, a variation of ancient Maya.
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