Like much of Central America, Guatemala’s natural beauty is accentuated by numerous volcanoes. Take to the sky and see these behemoths in their full fiery glory.
Your private helicopter will go wherever you like. Perhaps that’s over Acatenango and Fuego, two neighbors near Antigua. Each rises to almost 4000m and Fuego, the shorter of the two, is one of the more consistently erupting volcanoes in the world.
Pacaya is another impressive option. While its summit is over a kilometer lower than those of Fuego and Acatenango, Pacaya has erupted frequently since the 1960s—including a few episodes that have rained ash on Guatemala City, nearly 50 kilometers away.
From the air, experience the geological violence that has shaped Guatemalan landscapes.