Lake Atitlán is paradise on earth, an extraordinary fusion of natural beauty and cultural wealth in an environment full of peace and harmony.
Panajachel is the gateway to Lake Atitlán. San Juan is famous for its impressive art skills, you will come across impressive murals, groups of women sewing together, and gardens full of medicinal plants.
San Pedro is the favorite town for backpackers since it’s relaxed, upbeat, and eccentric. San Marcos is more down-to-earth and has many meditation and yoga centers.
In Santa Cruz, you will find many excellent ecological hotels and places for retreats. San Antonio is mostly known for its glazed pottery workshops and foot looms. This is where the traditional local costume is made.
The lake is surrounded by mountains that represent sacred places for the Maya Kaqchikel and Tz’utujil culture. Its dense forests are ideal for hiking, where you will find a wide variety of birds, including the Quetzal, our national Guatemalan symbol.
You will come across the beautiful town of Sololá, which has an incredible fruit and vegetable market. Santiago Atitlán is known for the Mayan-Catholic syncretism. Where you can see its church, built in the 16th century, and Maximón, an ancient deity.
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