This 3-day, 2-night tour visits several places in Guatemala's western highlands, including Cobán, Semuc Champey, and the Lanquín Caves. It's a good look at some of the outdoor attractions in this area.
- 3 hrs
- Available Days:
- Every day
- 6:00 AM, 7:00 AM, 8:00 AM
- Hotel Transport Included
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
On the first day of this tour you will take a shuttle to Cobán. You will have the day to explore and enjoy this beautiful little city. The surrounding area is picturesque and includes mountains, forests, and coffee plantations. In fact, Cobán has some of the best coffee in Guatemala, so be sure to try a cup while here.
The next morning you will head to Semuc Chamey. This incredible series of limestone pools is an ideal place to swim and relax outside. That afternoon you will explore the Lanquín Caves. These limestone caves have numerous chambers, rooms, and stalactite formations. Water flows through the caves, and there are even places to go swimming. You will watch bats exit the cave at sunset.
Tour participants will spend the night at a hotel in Lanquín (accommodations are not included).
On the third day you will take a shuttle back to Antigua. There is also the option of continuing your journey on to Flores instead.
The Lanquín Caves are set just outside the town of Lanquín in Guatemala’s Central Highlands. This limestone cave system is massive and part of the Lanquín Caves National Park.
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The limestone pools at the Semuc Champey Natural Monument have quickly grown into one of the area’s most popular attractions. Set just outside the small town of Lanquín, Semuc Champey is composed of a series of beautiful pools and waterfalls. It’s a fantastic place to swim and relax.
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