Archaeological Sites in Guatemala

Archaeological Park and Ruins of Quiriguá: A Mayan Marvel Preserved in Stone

Nestled in the lush landscapes of the Department of Izabal in southeastern Guatemala, the Archaeological Park and Ruins of Quiriguá stand as a testament to the grandeur of Mayan civilization. Located along the lower Motagua River, this World Heritage site is a captivating archaeological treasure trove that unfolds the mysteries of an ancient city.

Unveiling the Mysteries of the Cultural Triangle: Guatemala's Archaeological Marvel

Deep within the lush rainforests of Guatemala's Petén Department lies an archaeological treasure trove unlike any other – the Cultural Triangle: Yaxha-Nakum-Naranjo National Park. This multidisciplinary project has brought together archaeologists, architects, conservators, restorers, biologists, and workers to unravel the secrets of one of the most densely populated regions of the Maya Classic period in Mesoamerica. This remarkable site encompasses these three gigantic Mayan cities along with 14 sub-centers.