This natural colossus is the highest from the three volcanoes facing to the southwest of lake Atitlán, its maximum altitude is 3557 meters above sea level. The Volcano has a 250 meters diameter crater and in the highest part there are several cracks result from the latest eruption occurred in the year 1853. Also is possible to observe smoke expulsing a phew quantity of gasses from the top.
The top of the volcano offers one of the best views in the dry season, observe the landscape from the higher parts is a big opportunity and the best way to appreciate the volcanic chain of Guatemala, contemplate the sunrise and the sunset is a picture that you’ll not erase from your mind.
The approximate time of hiking up is about 5 to 6 hours and 3 to 4 hours getting down.
|Included||Pick up/drop off in your hotel, transport for transfer,entrance fee and a tour guide|
|Does not include||Meals and (tips Optional)|
|Departure Time/ Place||7:00 AM/ Santiago Atitlan|
|Price:||It is per person|
|What to bring?||Backpack, water, sunscreen, warm clothing, rain jacket, hiking shoes, box lunch or snacks and flash light|