Top Ten Things to Do in Lake Atitlán: It's referred to as “Eden on Earth” and as soon as you reach its shores you will understand why. Stunning panoramic views greet you every which way you turn. The tranquil lake is surrounded by volcanoes and green mountains, and rimmed with little towns you can choose to stay in. Here are our picks for the top things to do in Lake Atitlan, Guatemala.
Everything you need to know about the main villages of Lake Atitlan, Guatemala! It can be difficult to choose which village you want to either live in, or travel in. We've outlined what each village is like around the lake, and what you can do/see at each one. Check out our guide :) http://www.goatsontheroad.com/travelling-to-lake-atitlan-guatemala-a-guide-to-the-villages/
Cliff jumping in Lake Atitlan, Guatemala - Fabulous Travel Guide
GOING TO LAKE ATITLAN GUATEMALA? YOU NEED THIS GUIDE! http://www.thiswaytoparadise.com/lake-atitlan-guatemala-guide/
eco-lodge overlooks Guatemala's Lake Atitlán |
Find out how much it costs to live in the village of San Marcos La Laguna on the shore of Lake Atitlan in Guatemala. This was the view from our apartment at Pasajcap for the 2.5 months we spent living there.
Lake Atitlán, Solola, Guatemala - Hiking up near the peak at the Indian Nose in Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. You can start the hike from San Pedro or there is the option to get a bus to the base of the hill and hike up in time for sunrise. More information at at Jimmyeatsworld.com
Lake Atitlán near the Volcano San Pedro, Guatemala
Panajachel - Lake Atitlan - Guatemala - Panajachel, a.k.a. Pana, is the most popular town for tourists to visit, and if you’re going to visit only one town in Lake Atitlan, it will probably be here. Pana has the perfect mix of natural beauty, resources, good prices, easy travel connections, and an expat community. All important things in choosing a place to live.
Helpful hostel information for those heading to Guatemala