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Lake Atitlan Boat Tour

Highlights / General details

In the morning transfer to Panajachel (Atitlán). Boat ride on the picturesque Lake Atitlán to explore the Mayan village of Santiago characterized by its textiles & handicrafts. Return to Panajachel lunch time (included).

Visit the most wonderful lake of the Latin America and assorted as one of the wonders of the world.

Enjoy the magnificent view of the volcanoes: Toliman, San Pedro and Atitlan.

Explore Lake Atitlan and Feel the cultural experience of keep in touch with the Tzutuhil culture.

Learn about Santiago Atitlán that is the most ancient cultural village.

Inclusion

Hotel pick-up and drop-off; Bilingual Tour Guide (English and Spanish); Public Boat Fee from Panajachel to Santiago Aitlan.

Exclusion

Food and beverages; Optional Gratuities.

Hours of operation

Available Monday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30am.

Duration

Approximately 10 hours.

Location

You will be picked up at your hotel in Antigua Guatemala.

Itinerary

Upon arrival to Panajachel we will take a public boat to cross Lake Atitlan and visit Santiago Atitlan, where you’ll learn of the local Saint "Maximon". Enjoy the vibrant colors and local flavor of this village.

Santiago is the most popular lakeside settlement outside Panajachel, and many atitecos (as its people are known) cling to a traditional Tz’utujil Mayan lifestyle. Women weave and wear huipiles (tunics) embroidered with brilliantly colored birds and flowers, and the cofradías town’s maintain the ceremonies and rituals of tradition, the syncretic traditions and practices of Mayan Catholicism. There’s a large art and crafts scene here as well. Back to Panajachel.

In Panajachel you will take a delicious lunch (Included on With Lunch Ticket Option).

Explore the village of Panajachel is a pre-Columbian town of Kakchiquel origin, settled next to the river with the same name and on the lakeside of Atitlán. The town witnessed the final battle between Spaniards and their Kakchiquel allies against the Tzujiles and it also was a settlement point for the Franciscan missionaries who founded a convent nearby.

In the afternoon, enjoy a relaxing return transfer back to Antigua Guatemala.

Additional Information

Walking/hiking boots are recommended, along with a hat, sunglasses, sunblock, camera, bug repellent, thin pants, rain gear, long-sleeve t-shirts, and personal medication.

Policies

A minimum of 2 adult passengers is required for the tour to run.

You must confirm your tour with Gray Line Guatemala at least 48 hours before your departure.

Complete information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, will be included on your Confirmation Voucher.

**All information requested must be supplied or booking is subject to automatic cancellation**

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