Go kayaking on Lake Atitlan
Embrace the elements on a kayaking trip on the glittering waters of Lake Atitlán.
Enjoy the stunning 360-degree panorama of the surrounding mountains and villages as seen from Lake Atitlán’s shimmering surface. Stopping along the way to visit native Mayan communities, you will also get to relax in the warm waters of hot springs dotted around the lake's edge.
Activity Rating: easy
Lake Atitlan and villages
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