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Antigua, Guatemala

Altamira Sunset and Dinner

Altamira Sunset and Dinner

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Altamira Sunset and Dinner
Altamira Sunset and Dinner
Altamira Sunset and Dinner
Altamira Sunset and Dinner
Altamira Sunset and Dinner
Altamira Sunset and Dinner
Altamira Sunset and Dinner
Altamira Sunset and Dinner
Altamira Sunset and Dinner
Altamira Sunset and Dinner



- Having a breath of fresh air in the outskirt mountains of Antigua 
- Eating at a local restaurant that is famous for being tucked away and reservation only
- A very relaxed event 



The first part of this trip makes the most of a relaxed sunset view point at Altamira, a sleepy town on the hills overlooking Antigua City and its volcanoes. We’ll take our private transfer, up the windy roads, to the lookout point (about 20 mins away), widely recognised on Instagram for large wooden hands jutting into the clouds. The area includes a unique sculpture trail and walk through local gardens. For those who want to relax a bit more, then there’s time to sit, have a drink in one of the bars (if we arrive in time) and soak in the view…

Then for the main event… Montagu. Back in Antigua, this is a restaurant and experimental kitchen, not open to the public. Owned by Andres, he’s making a name for himself in Antigua for his passion for fermentation and combining unusual ingredients. We’ll have the restaurant to ourselves, or sometimes smaller groups and you’ll be able to see your dinner being cooked in front of you. Not only that, there’s a cocktail bar stocked & ready for your requests, using Andres’ homemade ingredients and vinegar elixirs.

For dinner you’ll be served up first a selection of Andres’ pickles, preserves and fresh bread. And then traditional tacos, but with less traditional fillings such pulled pork & pineapple, bacon and shrimp and pickled egg-plant & avocado. We can assure you that you’ll not leave hungry. In fact, it's more likely you’ll leave with leftovers for the next day AND arms full of preserves, homemade pasta and sauces.

Who this experience is good for

- Any one who wants to enjoy a relaxed view point and community style dinner
- One of the most relaxed and favourite events for nature and food lovers

 Meet our local host

Andres Arzu and your City Manager Josh.  Both Guatemalan,  Andres is from the Capital City and now Antigueño, Im from Panajachel in Lake Atitlan but live in Antigua and have worked and lived here in the past. We both were tour leaders before with a lot of experience in the tourism and music industry , now Andres is owner of Montagu 'Closed door restaurant open kitchen', he creates food preserves along his partner Alejandra. These guys create from homemade pasta to go, to traditional sauces and dishes that can last sealed for a Year! During Covid years they have managed to make more out of these dark times, feeding people preserve traditional foods that get better in time. Now they are starting with the bar, doing different elixirs. Andres is a master host and great guide , now mastering the kitchen.



Meet up at the designated point (details on event on Hub) and travel for about 20mins, up the windy hills towards Altamira town. Upon arrival we will leave the vans, get our tickets (included), and walk towards this festival type platform area, with very interesting structures and platforms some made with recycled materials and quite eco friendly. We go down about 50 steps to get the the last look out area. Then walk back up to the parking lot to jump into the vans and arrive to Montagu 'Closed door restaurant open kitchen' to enjoy our included meal.  A local non alcoholic beverage is included, but the bar is up to you to purchase any other beverage, elixir, or beer. 


Whats included

- Roundtrip transport to Altamira 
- Entrance fee to Altamira 
- Included dinner and non alcoholic beverage

What's Not Included

- Transport from Restaurant back to your apartment (after dinner)
- Alcoholic beverages
- Extra food or drink

Know before you go

- Altamira is a look out point in which there are a lot of steps to go down to the platforms and structures. Also weather depending, sometimes its cloudy or rainy.
- Wear a comfy pair of shoes Bring a jacket or sweatshirt for the cool mountain breeze
- If you get hungry frequently bring some snacks or spare change to buy some at the local stores, also if you like souvenir shopping there are always cool things to buy.
- Minimum to operate: 10 people
- Maximum: 30 people
- Deadline to book: 3 days prior to experience or subject to City manager Deadline on calendar.



Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Hannah Sachs
Great evening!

Even though it was very foggy during our visit, it was well worth it. We could explore at our own pace in smaller groups, which I always like since some of my feedback about other RY excursions is that I don't like traveling in a huge pack the entire time. I imagine it's even better during "peak season" when the small restaurants are open but even without those places, I would recommend. Then the dinner in town (same place as the cooking and shrub making classes) was delicious and the atmosphere of the restaurant was great.

Little disappointing and not a sunset.

The concept behind it is cool, especially from a local perspective, but when travelers are there it’s just content. Unfortunately our group arrived after sunset and everything was pitch black and there were no views. Dinner was great though.

If it’s views & food, I’m in.

Altamira is stunning even after a rainy day, The way to get in is intriguing at least until they complete it but even still if it was left the way it is, it’s a fun experience. Altamira is very local, it’s an ongoing 6 year project and I could come back once a week. Dinner at Montagu after was private and great for interactions. Food & drinks, delish!

Great views and best food experience in Antigua

Altamira was a great experience. I'm glad it was arranged for the group. It was very fun to share the experience of the views, and the steps and thc colorful and creative photo spots along the way. Montagu is a hidden gem. The owners are truly culinary experts and artists.

Eddie Jones
Taco Boy Loves Tacos, and these are right on up there.

Taco Boy love Tacos. All tacos good. These tacos better than good. These tacos delicious. I miss these tacos.

For real, this is just a really fun evening seeing some jaw-dropping scenery, the strange inner workings of the mind of a mountain troll/artist, and a great time to hang with the crew.