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 6 Day Women's Wellness Adventure in 



February 2-7, 2025

Join a Lifestyle Health Adventure in Guatemala! Be in a community of like-minded women as we move our bodies amid breathtaking landscapes, nourish ourselves at a beautiful spa hotel, and immerse ourselves in the vibrant tapestry of Guatemalan culture.

Our stay will be based in Antigua, ​a UNESCO World Heritage site with colonial charm, world class restaurants, and rich history. From tranquil kayaking on Lake Atitlan to hiking Pacaya Volcano and an invigorating ATV ride to a local coffee plantation, each day will be an opportunity for discovery and awe-inspiring experiences. We will also have time to relax and explore local crafts and cooperatives. 

This specially crafted itinerary is designed to nourish the mind, body, and soul, embracing the spirit of wellness adventure travel for women while fostering a sense of community and connection.



DAY 1. Welcome to Guatemala!
Arrive at Guatemala International Airport (GUA), where a friendly driver will be waiting to take you to Antigua's breathtaking Spa Hotel Museo Casa Santo Domingo. (approximately 1-hour drive). Welcome dinner at 7:30 pm at one of the best restaurants in all of Antigua.

DAY 2: Unveiling the Charms of Antigua

After a buffet breakfast at our hotel, we immerse ourselves in the colonial charm of Antigua, a UNESCO World Heritage site. A walking tour will take us through cobblestone streets, revealing the city's rich history and vibrant culture. After lunch, we will hop on ATVs to visit a local coffee plantation to discover the secrets behind Guatemala's renowned coffee beans. 

DAY 3: Visit beautiful Lake Atitlan

Just before the break of dawn, we set off on a scenic drive to the picturesque Lake Atitlan. We will take a short boat ride to Santa Cruz La Laguna, where we'll kayak on the lake and hear about the indigenous people of this land. Afterward, another short boat ride takes us to San Juan Laguna, populated by indigenous communities, where we will eat lunch, visit a weaving center and walk through a medicinal herbal garden

DAY 4: A Day of Self-Care and Relaxation
After breakfast, indulge in a morning dedicated to self-care and relaxation. Choose to pamper yourself with an optional spa treatment, soak in the hot tubs or relax by the pool ay our luxurious hotel in our private spa section. For those who like to stay more active, there is much to explore along Antigua's charming cobblestone streets. You will have the option to shop at local artisan markets, explore the local market, take a chocolate workshop, sip coffee at a cafe, stroll in the central park, and/or visit the gorgeous rooftop bar at one of Antigua's best breweries. Suggestions will be given for whatever you are interested in and we will all join together for a beautiful dinner. 

DAY 5: Hike Pacaya Volcano

Today, we will hike Pacaya Volcano. This is a moderate hike with a 1,500 feet climb over a distance of approximately 3.1 miles led by an expert guide. The terrain is mainly soft earth and sand. (there is an option to take a horse ride for part of the journey) In the later afternoon, we will have and optional yoga class at a serene nearby studio and time to rest and rejuvenate before a memorable final group dinner.

DAY 6: Farewell, Guatemala, Until We Meet Again

Today, we will eat breakfast at a favorite local cafe with charm and character. Depending upon the time of your flight, we can explore Guatemala's jade and craft shops. Alternatively, you can stroll through the park or savor the final moments at the hotel before your driver brings you to the Guatemala International Airport for your journey home.

*Itinerary changes may occur based on group preferences, weather conditions, volcanic activity, and tour operator decisions.

This trip was the best curated travel experience I've ever had. 5 days full of culture, adventure,  wellness and healing discussions in fantastic Guatemala, intermixed with restoration and sisterhood. The food, accommodations and guides were all exceptional and Stacey made everything seamless and safe. I look forward to my next travel plan with Lifestyle Health Adventure Travel. Be curious, say yes!


-Katy Imgrund,  MD

Wow! From the moment I got off the plane to the day I left everything was amazing. Luxurious spa hotel, amazing restaurants, beautiful views and above all the wonderful group of women I was with. Everything was planned and prepared with meticulous detail. The beauty of the land and people was evident at every turn. The days were filled with exciting adventures and laughter.   

A week I will never forget and new friendship that I will always treasure.


-Elana Bell



$3,400 for registration by May 15
$3,500 for registration by September 1

$3,650 for registration after September 1

 *Prices include all tips and entrance fees for scheduled activities
**Prices are based on shared double.

*** CME is available for this trip. Please see below. 

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  • If you are seeking a roommate, we can arrange for you to meet other members of the trip virtually. 

  • A single supplement is $850. ​ 
  • A nonrefundable deposit of $500 is required at the time of registration. 
    Full payment is due by November 1 

  • This trip is nonrefundable .

  • Personal trip insurance is required.

Price includes:

  • All entry fees and tips for day guides

  • Five nights at a magnificent luxury spa hotel with upgraded spa rooms having direct access to the private spa, pool and hot tubs from your room (the spa living rooms)

  • Travel to and from designated airports and during all group activities

  • All meals from dinner day 1 through lunch day 6, (except one lunch on free day 4)

Price does not include:

  • Flight to Guatemala

  • One lunch 

  • Alcohol, non-alcoholic specialty drinks and snacks between meals.

  • Spa treatments, optional activities on free day, spending money, and shopping

  • Trip insurance

  • CME


My experience in Guatemala was everything I hoped it would be and more! The week was jam-packed full of adventure, connection, and inspiration. Stacey is a gracious host and took care of all the details- rides, tips, where to eat, etc.- so I could fully immerse myself in the experience without stress. I fell in love with Guatemala and bonded deeply with the other women in the group. LH Adventure Travel is a first-rate travel experience and I highly recommend it without reservation. I definitely plan to travel with Stacey again! 


-Jessica Church

THE SPA HOTEL-Hotel Casa Santo Domingo in Antigua, Guatemala, is a distinctive five-star luxury hotel housed within a beautifully restored convent following destruction during an earthquake in 1773. Amidst its serene gardens, you'll find lovely accommodations and an impressive on-site museum brimming with captivating artifacts and historical treasures. Our rooms offer direct access to the spa area, where we can enjoy a more intimate experience, complete with a beautiful pool, jacuzzis, wet and dry saunas, and a sunbathing area. 

MEALS-The rich culinary scene in Antigua, Guatemala is a delicious fusion of traditional Guatemalan flavors and international influences. For dinner, we will visit a few of the many rooftop and garden restaurants for a unique dining experience surrounded by stunning views or lush greenery.

GROUP SIZE-There is a minimum of 6 and a maximum of 13 guests. 

TRIP INSURANCE-It is required that you have your own travel insurance policy with adequate medical coverage and emergency evacuation. Depending upon where you live and your age, this usually costs less than $150. Recommendation for an agent is available upon request or you can acquire your own policy.

SAFETY-Antigua is a beautiful and tranquil colonial city known for its rich history, vibrant culture, and lower crime rate compared to larger urban areas like Guatemala City. A driver will be waiting for you at the Guatemala airport to drive you directly to our hotel in Antigua. We have private transportation and guides for the day trips outside Antigua to Lake Atitlan and Pacaya Volcano. We are staying in a five-star hotel that is centrally located. As with any travel, general caution and common sense are necessary. 

WATER-Please note that tap water in Guatemala is unsafe for visitors to drink. Bottled water is recommended for drinking and brushing your teeth. If you prefer to bring your water bottle, I can offer recommendations for options with built-in filters. 

 28 Category 1 AMA credit program created by Dr. Kara Pepper on physician wellness is available to be incorporated into this trip
-Physicians, nurses, nurse partitioners, physician assistants,  pharmacists and dentists,- 5 additional continuing education credits may be available based on experiential learning in Lifestyle Medicine during the trip, powered by CMEfy. Please contact for more details.

HOW TO FIND OUT MORE INFORMATION-Does this sound awesome to you? Let's have a Zoom conversation to discuss the trip in further detail. Sign up below to talk. 

Thank you for your interest in joining the women's wellness adventure in Guatemala! 

I look forward to hearing from you. 



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