|Ciudad de Guatemala||$144|
|Melchor De Menco||$521|
Best Time to Fly to Guatemala
December through Easter and the summer months of June through August are the highest peak times. However, because of its excellent climate, travel is popular throughout the year. Santa Semana is the biggest festival — Guatemala flights can be pricey and accommodations can be booked up during this time.
Don’t expect to find tourist spots empty at any time of year. The rainy season can become unpleasantly wet inland, but Guatemala flights are still available. It’s likely cheap flights to Guatemala can be purchased during the rainy season.
Take 1,000 years of Mayan influence and combine it with 300 years of Spanish rule and you’ve got today’s Guatemala. When your flight to Guatemala lands, you’ll be in a country is home to 13 million people (the most populous in Central America) and thanks to the hundreds of thousands of travelers booking flights to Guatemala every year, the country remains economically stable and full of variety.
In some remote Guatemala villages, and for many of Guatemala’s elder community, each day is based on the Maya Calendar. For those travelers booking flights to Guatemala with strong mathematical skills, and good knowledge of astronomy, put your watch away on the flight to Guatemala and try telling time the Mayan way.
The Guatemalan economy is still heavily dependent on its agriculture – sugar cane, coffee, bananas – and the crafts and textiles specific to the Mayas. Visitors booking flights to Guatemala will revel in the crafts, architecture, and brightly colored Maya textiles and fabrics. Bring along another suitcase on the flight to Guatemala…you’ll want to bring home a lot of this country’s history.
Book a flight to Guatemala to explore the hand-in-hand feeling of modernity and antiquity.
You can enjoy Guatemala’s nice weather all year round. It’s generally warm across the country, but the climate varies with the altitude. The rainy season lasts from May to November. The north is hot and tropical while the coastal and northeast regions are hot and dry, when it’s not the rainy season, and averages temperatures of 68 F. The highlands get less rainfall and get colder at night.
It’s pretty easy to get around Guatemala. There are domestic Guatemala flights departing from Guatemala City to many of the main tourist destinations. Tour buses and shuttles are the best way to see the country.
(prices quoted are from London)