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Santa Catarina Lake Atitlan Upper Rim Hike
"Make some unforgettable memories on an incredible hike in the mountains of Lake Atitlan that will knock your socks off. This hike provides panoramic views of Lake Atitlan a beautiful lake that sits in a deep basin of the surrounding mountains and the three volcanoes that surround it— Toliman San Pedro and Atitlan. The trails above Santa Catarina are among the best around the lake offering great variety where you venture through diverse scenery from majestic peak summits to thick forests challenging terrain fields of wildflowers and mountain slopes terraced with fields of onions and corn. In this tour you will venture through diverse scenery from majestic peak summits to thick forests challenging terrain
From $85.00
 
Lake Atitlán Sightseeing Cruise with Transport from Guatemala City
"Discover the magnificence of Guatemala’s Lago de Atitlán (Lake Atitlan) on this relaxing sightseeing cruise! Depart from your hotel in Guatemala City and spend time on the water with your expert local guide enjoying the lake's gorgeous volcanic surroundings! From Guatemala City venture northwest to the town of Panajachel located on Lago de Atitlán’s northeastern shore. Board your boat and head out on the water marveling at the beautiful landscape. Lago de Atitlán originated from a massive eruption of Los Chocoyos volcano. Thousands of years later smaller volcanoes rose out of the lake's waters forming the lake’s spectacular setting. The three volcanoes – Volcan San Pedro
From $97.00
 
San Pedro Volcano Hiking Tour from Panajachel in Guatemala
"Meet your guide at your hotel in Panajachel or at the travel office. If you are not staying in Panjachel meet your guide at the boat dock in San Pedro. Travel by boat across Lake Atitlan enjoying views of Santa Cruz Jaibalito Tzununa San Marcos and San Pablo. Upon arriving in San Pedro travel to the trail-head 1
From $90.00

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Pablo's Kitchen

Pablo is an American from Colorado that spends the winters in Santiago and runs a small restaurant, during the winter only, out of his home on a side path just south of the Hospitalito Atitlan's...
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El Pescador

The food at the Pescador is amazingly fresh, and totally yummy. We all had some version of fish. Mine was a black bass fillet in a wine sauce, which was utterly to die for. Another dish was a fresh...
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El Pescador

The dishes here are locally-themed and come with frijoles, tortillas, rice, and guacamole made from locally grown avocados. I had a whole fried tilapia which was meaty and tasty. Great with a squirt...
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A few choices

We were only in Santiago Atitlán for a couple hours, which basically left us just enough time to walk through the main street to the center of town and to go pay a visit to Maximón. After that, we...
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