The first reason is the climate The weather in Guatemala is without exception, perfect all year round. Here are the online facts available for anyone to confirm. Temperature varies with altitude. The average annual temperature on the coast ranges from 25° to 30° C (77° to 86° F ); in the central highlands the average is 20° C (68° F ) and in the higher mountains 15° C (59° F ). In Guatemala City, the average January minimum is 11° C (52° F ) and the maximum 23° C (73° F ); the average minimum and maximum temperatures in July are, respectively, 16° C (61° F ) and 26° C (79° F ). The rainy season extends from May to October inland and to December along the coast, and the dry season from November (or January) to April. Because of its consistently temperate climate, Guatemala has been called the "Land of Eternal Spring."
LOOKING FOR A HOME The reasons people buy a home in Antigua, Guatemala varies. It can be to retire, a work-life balance, investment or just the simple desire to own a home. Regardless of the reason, the buyer will be accumulating wealth for the future while enjoying the benefits of…
If you are new to living long-term in Antigua something "simple" like paying your basic monthly bills may seem a little confusing but it's actually not so hard. The main bills if you own a property are property taxes, water, electricity, telephone, internet, cable TV, and waste removal.
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The Place We Call Home.
The land of eternal spring!
View of Agua volcano from 5 Ave
Another stunning view of Auga.