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Everyone in the world should totally visit this natural pools. It was super long trip (around 9 hours on a bus) but can say was worth it! We had super hot weather is important that you stay hydrated and lots of mosquitos too! The views...More
Shame on me for just recently visiting Semuc Champey...it's a long way to get there but worth it. The nice thing is that you can find different ways to arrived (by buses from city, shuttles from Antigua, Lake Atitlán, Petén or the city also.) The...More
Semuc Champey is a national park. The river flows, and due to the limestones structure, it creates various pools for us to swim. My wife and I first went to El Mirador lookout place to see Semuc Champey. Although bit difficult and slippery towards the...More
Spent the day at Semuc Champey as part of a tour from El Retiro Lodge. The rope swing was cool, Kan ‘Ba Caves absolutely incredible, views beautiful from the Mirador and pools a lovely spot to relax in the clear water. Simply a must-do in...More
A nice national park which you really have to visit when you are in Guatemala. So nice to swim there for a day. Also a nice stop inbetween Flores and Antigua.
It's only 50 quetzal entrance and without a guide you can go with a...More
Semuc Champey - beautiful place. Yes it’s a long bumpy ride to get there but if you then stay at one of the many beautiful lodges you will be able to enjoy everything else around it. Highly recommend the mirador for the stunning view of...More
I was on a two week trip traveling through central and south america and this was easily the highlight of the trip! There are a number of things to do, rope swings, caves to explore and most importantly the chilling pools. We were lucky to...More
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We stayed in Lanquin at the Greengos Hostel and absolutely loved it there. The hostel only had WiFi for about 3-4 hours a day spread throughout the day. They had a great community hang-out area and games, which created a... More
We stayed in Lanquin at the Greengos Hostel and absolutely loved it there. The hostel only had WiFi for about 3-4 hours a day spread throughout the day. They had a great community hang-out area and games, which created a great atmosphere. The food was great there! Their tour of Semuc Champey was absolutely amazing as well! With that said, you really can't leave the hostels in Lanquin because there is nothing around. If you want the ability to walk to a different food spot every time you eat, I suggest staying in Coban. We got in at 11pm, stayed for a day, and left at 7am the following day. It was plenty of time to enjoy the area and not feel like your hauled up at the hostel.
It's a really long drive, we were completely wiped out after spending the day at Semuc Champey. The hike up to El Mirador is long and tedious, but totally worth it. But it's also really tiring and the thought of having to do... More
It's a really long drive, we were completely wiped out after spending the day at Semuc Champey. The hike up to El Mirador is long and tedious, but totally worth it. But it's also really tiring and the thought of having to do a long drive after all that seems a bit much. I'd extend your trip if that's possible, give yourself some time to really enjoy the site.