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Small group of maximum 9 people, premium tour visiting the best spots to photograph the monuments
Guaranteed departure, we operate only with 1 passenger without additional charges and if we go over 9 people, we make 2 groups
Extensive tour, with enough time and flexibility, excellent for photographers
Entry fees available in advance, we pay those for you, just send us a list of names, last names and ages
Excellent English-Spanish bilingual guide with deep knowledge of local history, flora and fauna and with service attitude to give a meaning to each monument visited
Bottles of water, lunch at Restaurante del Parque included (gluten-free and vegan options)
Watch the sunrise light up Lake Atitlan and the Volcanic Ring of Fire from one of the highest points at Lake Atitlan: Indian Nose. After pickup from your Panajachel lodging and a 90-minute drive through the highlands, take an easy 30-minute hike to the summit of Indian Nose, followed by a trip to Sacred Hunters Cave. This tour includes round-trip transportation from your hotel as well as all entrance fees and a professional guide.
Take a walk back in time as you explore the idyllic Mayan villages, ancient rituals and gorgeous scenery of Lake Atitlan on this strenuous day-long hike on the Upper Mayan Trail. Interact with the local Cakchiquel and Tzutujil Mayan tribes, visiting the town of Santa Cruz la Laguna and tracing a path along a steep path used by the tribes for centuries. You’ll also have the chance to observe the rituals of local shamans and visit the second largest market in the country. Your hike also includes round-trip hotel transport from Antigua.
Take your trip in Guatemala to new heights during this 9-hour ascent of San Pedro Volcano. Walk among the unique cloud forest environment, spotting exotic birds as you climb, eventually reaching the summit of this 9,900-foot (3,000-meter) summit. From this dramatic vantage point you’ll experience dramatic views of beautiful Lake Atitlan (on clear days, maybe even the Pacific Ocean) and a newfound sense of euphoria from the completion of this dramatic climb. Your climb also an admission fee and round-trip hotel transport.
Immerse yourself in the ancient rituals and colorful culture of the Mayans during this 7-hour trip to Chichicastenango and its famous market. Discover the wealth of handicrafts, produce, herbal medicines and more for sale at this traditional indigenous market. Then spend time exploring the town’s museums, cemetery, colorful murals and Mayan heritage, including a chance to observe a Fire Cleansing Ceremony performed by a local shaman. Your trip also covers round-trip hotel transport from Panjachel.
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
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.
Este es un recorrido que empieza desde Panajachel donde en nuestra oficina iremos al embarcador para tomar un bote publico que nos llevará al pueblo de tzununa de ahí empieza nuestra 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 panorámicas, también se visita a mujeres tejedoras, plantas medicinales, iglesia coloniales, y plantaciones de café.
El recorrido tiene un total de 7 millas por lo que el recorrido en bicicleta tiene una duración de 2 a 3 horas aproximadamente, el camino que inicia con tierra por aproximadamente 3 millas después con camino pavimentada, también hay subidas y bajadas de pequeños cerros por lo que se recomienda tener buena condición.
This is a tour begins in Panajachel where we will go by collective car (chicke bus) bus to a nearby village to visit on the site a catholic church, brotherhood after that we will walk down the street to go to bring a family that will take us in a car that will take us to Sololá, in sololá we will go to the market of vegetables and fruits with the family where they will buy some products of daily consumption. After the purchase we will return to San Jorge with the family where together with the family we will help in the kitchen so that we can prepare lunch and eat together with them, then return to Panajachel.
Get a sense for the fascinating indigenous communities and gorgeous scenery of Lake Atitlan with the aid of a local guide during this flexible-length day trip. Head to the city of San Juan de la Laguna to explore the local textile industry and admire the town’s beautiful Mayan-themed murals. You'll continue your trip in Santiago Atitlan, the largest indigenous community along the lake, by exploring its catholic church. You’ll finish your day in Santa Catarina Palopo, a city inhabited by the Kaq’chikel Maya people. Your Lake Atitlan visit also includes round-trip hotel transport and admission fees.