Discover Lake Atitlan – Hiking Adventures

Discover Lake Atitlan’s stunning visits with one of our hikes.  You will have a great time soaking in the surrounding natural beauty and experience mayan culture up close.

Discover Lake Atitlan – Cultural Tours – Adventure excursions
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Hike Volcano San Pedro

San Pedro volcano hike is the best hiking expedition at Lake Atitlan. Take in the regions best views from the summit. Enjoy the early morning boat ride from many of the villages as you cross Lake Atitlan to the village of San Pedro.  We’ll help you prepare for the hike with power snacks, lunch, and water.

1-2 persons,  $90.00 per person.

villagers going about their daily life

Upper Mayan Trail Hike

The Upper Mayan Trail hike, a full day hiking tour at Lake Atitlan takes you high into the mountains on a very strenuous hike ending in Solola.

$85 per person (2 person minimum) Meals & refreshments not included.

Lake Atitlan shaman-mayan ceremony

Lake Atitlan Shaman – Mayan Ceremony & Sacred Caves

Visit the most sacred and holy locations around Lake Atitlan. Shaman priest perform Fire ceremony at sacred caves for healing, protection, safe travels, and for centering their energy.

Tour starts and ends in Panajachel. Half day trip for $50 per person

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Lower Mayan Trail – Easy Hike

Hiking trip takes you along Lake Atitlan’s north shore. Travel by boat to the villages El Jaibalito and Tzununa with time to explore in each village. Includes nature walks through 2 ecosystems, and a look at 2 non-profit organizations.

$60 per person (2 person minimum)  Half day trip available for $45  (2 person minimum)

Lake Atitlan Family hike - Cool Canyon Park

Lake Atitlan Family Hike – Cool Canyon Park

Gentle easy hike gets you off the beaten path to experience nature and local culture. Lake Atitlan Family hike is great for a hot sunny day.

This hike starts high above Lake Atitlan and is a restful and relaxing place; a perfect place for mediation. This magical place is located in the mountains above Santa Cruz, and is reached by shuttle from Panajachel. As you travel from Panajachel and high into the mountains, you see terraced agriculture, and you learn why the Mayans names Solola ¨”the place of much water”. Underground aquafers are abundant in this area.

Tour starts and ends in Panajachel.   $70 per person. (2 person minimum) Meals & refreshments not included.