Hobbitenango has two restaurants, 26 different areas to explore and 3 hobbit-style houses you can rent for the night. Enjoy the views of the valley and the volcanoes, and disconnect from the routine.

Guest Reviews:

This was definitely one of my favorite things to do here! Everything was so immersive. The views were amazing. We got some really good shots of the scenery all around. The service was exceptional. It felt like it was straight out of LOTR. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to know what it would feel like visiting a part of Middle Earth.” -Asher Jacobs

Entrance Fee:
Entrance & Transportation Q50 (or $6.50 USD) per person
Opening Hours:
Mon-Sun 8am – 8pm
Days Closed:
Open Daily
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Hobbitenango is a unique eco-tourism attraction located in the mountains outside of Antigua, Guatemala. It is a recreation of Hobbiton, the fictional village from J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy, and offers visitors a chance to experience the magic of Middle Earth. Restaurants, activities, and more.

Please note that many of the entrance fees for landmarks, parks, and museums are subsidized by the government for Guatemalan citizens. You may notice a price difference for foreigners.