I just can recommend the Cables X-tremos! Lifetime experience! They're super helpful as well! It has 7 lines and goes down from 1020 m with a spectacular view and speed!
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About Reserva Natural Atitlan
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The bridges were cool but there were literally no butterflies in the dome. A few were in the greenhouse but I would have liked to see them with more space. we basically paid to walk in the rope bridges and look at the falls. Overpriced...More
Hike, zip-line, hold on for dear life, see the stunning lake, meet butterflies, see great sights. It was a great day with the family, although I was scared to death first time zip-lining. It ended up being one of the best days in Guatemala.
Loved this national park, there is a nice butterfly garden and a walk which takes about 1,5 hours. Cool bridges (tip: don't walk them on flipflops, I lost one) and monkeys to spot. Great view on the lake.
Wonderful trails with lots of sights and very cool butterfly garden. Lovely way to get out of bustle of town and into some nature. Well marked trails but definitely not handicapped accessible. My second time going, I went last year too. I highly recommend!!
My aunt and I visited Lake Atitlan and we stayed at Reserva Natural Atitlan. Talk about peaceful! We stayed in room 201 which we loved. I felt like we were constantly discovering little treats of beauty in our room. The ceiling has hints of rainbow...More
This place is very nice. You can take a boat and visit several towns around the lake. In San Juan they have a store called Flor where all the things they sell are organic. They use carrots for example for the orange color. They have...More
I love to hike, birdwatching and Zip line in Reserva Natural Atitlán. I recommend to start at 8am so you can have time to do more than one activity. Birding is great, hiking is easy, you walk thought a coffee plantation and do a loop...More
Expect a lot of walking! We did this reserve with our toddler who was 14 month old and 2 seven year old twin boys. It's not impossible. The kids had a lot of fun. Lots of bridges that can make you nervous and a nice...More
Thanks for taking the time to comment on your experience. It can be guide for others with very young children. By the way, the total distance of the "long trail" is 1690 m (a mile), and it does have an ascent of 75 m. It's...More