Day Tours in lake Atitlan

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Horseback Riding on Lake AtitlanThis exiting tour adventure starts from your hotel In order to visit the ancient Maya villages and enjoy the fascinating region in the highlands of Guatemala. The first village to visit is San Juan la Laguna and then Santiago Atitlan, with traditional lifestyle of the Maya Tz'utuhil and Kaqchikel.

We'll see many people cloaked in brightly-colored, hand-woven clothing. Along the visit mostly in the main street are art galleries filled with oil paintings depicting busy market scenes and typical life in the highlands.

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About Lake Atitlan

Lake Atitlán (Lago de Atitlán) is a large endorheic lake (one that does not flow to the sea) in the Guatemalan Highlands. While Atitlan is recognized to be the deepest lake in Central America, its bottom has not been completely sounded. Estimates of its maximum depth range up to 340 meters. The lake is shaped by deep escarpments which surround it and by three volcanoes on its southern flank. Lake Atitlan is further characterized by towns and villages of the Maya people.

The lake is volcanic in origin, filling an enormous caldera formed in an eruption 84,000 years ago. It is renowned as one of the most beautiful lakes in the world, and Aldous Huxley famously wrote of it: "Lake Como, it seems to me, touches on the limit of permissibly picturesque, but Atitlán is Como with additional embellishments of several immense volcanoes. It really is too much of a good thing."