3rd time I hiked it. always a pleasure to enjoy the challenging hike while being rewarded with spectacular view on the Lago Atitlan and the surrounding volcanoes.
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We (3 girls, age 21-31) went up at 5 in de morning with a really nice guide (touragency: Guatemala sur Mesure). The climb up was harder then I expected, while I would say that I'm pretty sportive. It took us about 2,5 hours to get...More
So first off let me start by saying I'm a climber and backpacker, but this hike will absolutely wear you out! I made it to past the rope swing and could've gone farther but my friend gave out and we had to go back down....More
We had hiked Acatenango the week before and were totally impressed by that, much more than San Pedro. While the hike was beautiful, hence why I gave it 5 stars, I feel as though the 100 q entrance fee was a little too steep. Go...More
The best experience of my life!! It is quite a hike (ca. 4 hours), but totally worth it. Make sure you bring a guide. We were camping at the top of the vulcano and woke up early to see the sunset. Truly unforgetable!
Would highly recommend this activity but you need to have a good level of fitness. I climbed with my sister and our guide. I found it extremely tough and I got dizzy quite a bit from the altitude so i had to stop every few...More
This hike should be done early in the morning and a guide is strongly recommended for safety and to avoid getting lost. The entry fee to the park is 100Q, we paid 100Q each for a guide through Bigfoot Tours (in San Pedro) and entry...More
This is intense! It took us 3.5 hours to reach the top--the incline is unforgiving! I thought I was in good shape but I second guess that now--this was incredibly taxing! The view from the top is incredible, if you can make it that far....More
This was a very intense hike and it was my first time doing a hike as well! I am glad I was able to finish and experience it because when you get to the top it is definitely worth it. Halfway up the hike, there...More