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Once famously described as "too much of a good thing," Lake Atitlan's stunning beauty and broad diversity of towns can make it difficult for visitors to decide how best to see its attractions. This tour lets you see it all while connecting with the landscape and the local people in ways that few visitors get to do. After taking a boat from Panajachel to the small Mayan village of Tzununa, hop on a bike for a ride through the countryside, stopping to visit weaving cooperatives, coffee plantations, art galleries, and some of the best viewpoints on the Lake.
It is for people who like to do adventure tours in this tour you will have the opportunity to do different types of activities in one day.We will start in the morning in Panajachel where we will take a private boat to take us to the village of jaibalito from there we will start the hike for two hours approximately until we arrive at the town of tzununa after we go by bicycle passing through the villages of San Marcos, San Pablo, San Juan and San Pedro, in San Pedro we will leave the bicycle and to finish our tour we will have a more relaxing adventure in the lake, kayaking over the lake for an hour.This tour requires a minimum of two people
Explore Antigua and its surroundings by bike for a closer look at Guatemala’s landscape and cultural heritage. Pedal to churches, ruins, and other landmarks in the scenic Panchoy Valley, and stop at a macadamia nut farm and bus rehab workshop. Your guide shares insightful commentary as you experience an authentic slice of Antigua on a half-day tour that is suitable for most people who are comfortable on a bike.
Traveling by mountain bike is a challenging and adventurous way to visit parts of Lake Atitlan that are all too easily overlooked when visiting by boat or car. Follow your guide down rugged mountain paths en route to an epic sunset spot at the Mario Mendez Montenegro Mirador in Godinez—chances are, you’ll be the only people there.
We will shuttle 30 minutes outside Antigua through the town of Parramos and the small village of Chirijuyu to meet our trailhead. From there we begin an introductory climb followed by a 3km jeep track descent through coffee and avocado plantations. We will ride smooth trails through agricultural operations and then cross the rustic town of San Andres Itzapa. From there we will start our second climb (4km) up through the town on paved and cobble stoned roads before entering a pine forest at 1900m (6,400ft). Crossing a small ravinewill bring us to a smooth descent and fast singletrack through pine trees. This will exit into the plains of Parramos crossing fields of corn, fruit, beans and greenhouses as you wind along agricultural singletrack. The final descent follows 500+ year old trails that have been eroded into tunnels of tight twisty fun. Exit in the town of Pastores and cycle the gradual paved downhill back to Antigua!
Ride directly from our shop in Antigua Ride double track and single track through varied terrains and agricultural areas Great views back to Antigua, Volcan de Fuego and Acatenango Return all the way to Antigua by mountain bikeWe’ll bike from Antigua on cobblestone and dirt roads towards Volcan Agua and San Juan del Obispo. We’ll then bike ~45min up on trails and continue cross-country through the agricultural fields of corn, peas, the citrus nísperos, coffee and avocado trees. Traversing our way across the lower sections of Volcan de Agua will give you great views back to Antigua and the rest of the valley. We then make our way to the downhill section that brings up back to civilization, popping back out in San Pedro las Huertas. From San Pedro we’ll cruise all the way back to Antigua.Trip starts at 8:00AM or 1:00PMElevation Profile (feet) Distance: 10 miles (16.5 kms) Ascent: 1,442 feet (439 mtrs) Decent: 1,442 feet (439 mtrs) Tour Duration: ~2.5-3 hours
Este es un recorrido que empieza desde Panajachel donde en nuestra oficina tomaremos iremos al embarcador para tomar un bote publico que nos llevara al pueblo de tzununa de ahí empieza nuesta aventura en bicicleta visitando los pueblos de tzununa, San Marcos, San Pablo, San Juan y San Pedro, en el recorrido en bicicleta se harán paradas donde usted podrá apreciar vistas panoramicas, también se visita a mujeres tejedoras, plantas medicinales, iglesia coloniales, y plantaciones de café.
Dos Aguacates EnduroConnect three classic downhills in this shuttle-assisted tour with incredible views of Antigua and it's Volcanoes. Follow agricultural trading paths linking mountain avocado orchards to the cobblestone colonial streets of Antigua below.
Leaving from Panajachel to take a collective boat for our transfer to tzununa. When we get the tzununa village, from there we start the our adventure tour by bike to visit some mayan vilages. We are going to visit San Marcos, San Juan And San Pedro la Laguna. One of the most important things to do in San Juan la Laguna is to see the textile process, how they make it and using the natural dye. Also they use the natural medicine, they have midwifes in their co-op.
This is a 16-kilometer bike ride where you will encounter ups and downs in one, along the way. Our guide will make stops at points or in viewpoints so that they can enjoy the lake at different points. The towns that are visited are Santa Catalina and San Antonio in these towns will also stop at different points to visit women weavers, colonial churches, factory Ceramic
• Escape Antigua for the day and tour the countryside by mountain bike• See ruins one earthquake away from extinction• Visit Lorenzo's experimental macadamia farm at Valhalla – a sustainable agriculture project• Explore the villages of Santiago Zamora and San Antonio Aguas Calientes, famous for their textiles and weavings.
Enjoy a leisurely, laid-back, 3-hour cycling trip amidst the idyllic mountain villages near Panjachel. Spend most of your trip pedaling downhill, soaking up scenic views of Lake Atitlan, quiet rural roads and the tiny indigenous towns of Godinez and San Andres Semetabaj. With more than 98% of your cycling trip on downhill terrain, it’s a chill, easy, way to see a lot of scenery with minimal effort. Your ride includes a guide, bike and transport to the cycling start point.