Lake Atitlan is nestled along the ancient volcanic rim of San Marcos on Lake Atitlan. This rim jets out into the lake with enormous rocks which offer magnificient views. It’s a haven for birds and some wildlife. And is still recognized as ancient ceremonial grounds by mayan elders.
Pathways that lead out to the point vistas and down to the lake are gardens of exotic old foliage, rare and tropical.The west side is an old organic coffee plantation that uses the sun dried method of long ago.Contact Us
Lake Atitlán with its surface of 130 sq. km is the third largest freshwater lake in Guatemala. It is situated in the district of Sololá in the western highlands of Guatemala. The lake is approx. 18 km wide and 10 km long and lies at an altitude of 1,562 m. It is surrounded by three volcanoes: Atitlán (3,537 m), Tolimán (3,158 m) and San Pedro (2,995 m), which compose an imposing panorama around the highland lake.View Gallery