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  • About Guatemala

    About Guatemala

    Located in Central America and between two Oceans, the Pacific and the Atlantic, has a pleasing weather allowing visiting the country at any time of the year. With short distances, it’s possible to visit many regions in just a few days..

    --Guatemala--

    • Name: República de Guatemala.
    • Current government officials
    • President: Otto Pérez Molina (2012)
    • Land area: 41,865 sq mi (108,430 sq km);
    • Total area: 42,042 sq mi (108,890 sq km)
    • Birth rate: 26.48/1000;
    • Infant mortality rate: 25.16/1000;
    • Life expectancy: 71.17
  • Monetary

    Monetary

    --Guatemala--

    • Capital and largest city (2009 est.): Guatemala City, 1.075 million
    • Monetary unit: Quetzal
    • Languages: Spanish 60%, Amerindian languages 40% (23 officially recognized Amerindian languages, including Quiche, Cakchiquel, Kekchi, Mam, Garifuna, and Xinca)
    • Ethnicity/race: Mestizo (Ladino)—mixed Amerindian-Spanish ancestry—and European 59.4%, K'iche 9.1%, Kaqchikel 8.4%, Mam 7.9%, Q'eqchi 6.3%, other Mayan 8.6%, indigenous non-Mayan 0.2%, other 0.1% (2001)
    • Religions: Roman Catholic, Protestant, indigenous Mayan beliefs
    • National Holiday: Independence Day, September 15
    • Literacy rate: 71% (2003 est.)
    • Economic summary: GDP/PPP (2011 est.): $74.64 billion;
    • Per capita $5,000.
    • Real growth rate: 3.8%..
    • Inflation: 6.2%.
  • Ethnicity / Race

    Ethnicity / Race

    --Guatemala--

    • Unemployment: 4.1% (2011 est.)
    • Arable land: 13.22%.
    • Agriculture: sugarcane, corn, bananas, coffee, beans, cardamom; cattle, sheep, pigs, chickens.
    • Ethnicity/race: Mestizo (Ladino)—mixed Amerindian-Spanish ancestry—and European 59.4%, K'iche 9.1%, Kaqchikel 8.4%, Mam 7.9%, Q'eqchi 6.3%, other Mayan 8.6%, indigenous non-Mayan 0.2%, other 0.1% (2001)
    • Labor force: 5.571 million; agriculture 38%, industry 14%, services 48% (2011 est.).
    • Industries: sugar, textiles and clothing, furniture, chemicals, petroleum, metals, rubber, tourism.
    • Literacy rate: 71% (2003 est.)
    • Economic summary: GDP/PPP (2011 est.): $74.64 billion;
    • Per capita $5,000.
    • Real growth rate: 3.8%..
    • Natural resources: petroleum, nickel, rare woods, fish, chicle, hydropower.
    • Exports: $10.46 billion (2011 est.): coffee, sugar, petroleum, apparel, bananas, fruits and vegetables, cardamom.
  • Climate

    Climate

    --Guatemala--

    • Imports: $16.6 billion (2011 est.): fuels, machinery and transport equipment, construction materials, grain, fertilizers, electricity.
    • Major trading partners: U.S., El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, South Korea, China (2009)..
    • Communications: Telephones: main lines in use: 1.499 million (2009);
    • Mobile cellular: 18.068 million (2009).
    • Internet hosts: 346,834 (2010).
    • Internet users: 2.279 million (2009).
    • Broadcast media: 4 privately-owned national terrestrial TV channels dominate TV broadcasting;
    • Internet users: 2.279 million (2009).
    • Climate: Guatemala is a sub-tropical country. There are three Seasons:
    • Rainy Season: May to October
    • Dry-Cool Season: From November to February
    • Dry-Warm Season: From March to April
  • Topography

    Topography

    Guatemala covers 42,000 square miles and is at the northern end of the Central American isthmus. It is bordered by Mexico to the north, the Pacific Ocean to the west, the Caribbean Sea and Belize to the east and El Salvador and Honduras to the southeast. The country is comprised of towering mountains and majestic volcanoes, temperate plateaus, tropical lowlands, desert-like river valleys, lowland jungles and swamps.

    Electricity: As any other country in America, the voltage in Guatemala is 110-120 volts.
    Currency The currency is the Quetzal 1$US = 7.80Q
    Credit card Visa Master Card and American Express are accepted in almost every business with an extra charge of 5% to 10%. Credit cards and ATM cards are useful in the cities. Most hotels accept credit and debit cards. Cash is convenient but not secure to carry. Bills must be in good conditions. Carry just enough cash for the day. Most hotels will provide safes. Take a supply of US one dollar bills to use for tips.
    Communication by Telephone / Cell phone coverage
    If you need to stay in touch with friends and family via your cell phone, check with your cell phone carrier to see if you can purchase a phone card that will allow you access.
    Internet
    There are café internets everywhere for communication.
  • Departure

    Departure

    Water and food standards have improved tremendously and bottled purified water is available throughout the region. Drinking purified water while traveling is recommended. Sun block, hats and insect repellant are also recommended. Remember to take any prescription medicines you may need. Check with your doctor if you have special concerns.

    Baggage
    We would like to ask you to limit your luggage to two pieces: one carry on (hopefully the daypack for the trip) and one suitcase.

    Customs Requirements Requirements frequently vary, many times without previous notice. Consult your travel agent or with the Guatemalan Consulate in your city.
    Departure Tax:
    US$30 is payable at the airport at departure.
    Trip Insurance
    Insurance is available and highly recommended. Most airline tickets are non-refundable. Most hotels and suppliers will not refund within a month of scheduled arrival
    Mostly importantly – enjoy yourself and the wonders of Guatemala!
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