Hotel Casa Duranta

3a calle 4-46 zona 3, Coban, Western Highlands, 16001, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 3a calle 4-46 zona 3, Coban, is near The Plaza (Parque Central), Zoológico Nacional La Aurora, Zona Viva, and Edificio de Correos Central.
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    Travel Blogs from Coban

    Mountaineous Coban

    A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Mar 23, 2014

    13 photos

    ... forest/jungle. Then we started winding up jungle filled hills, gorges & up over mountains by the time we reached Coban we were up to over 1300m. We had the afternoon to explore Coban which didn’t seem too hard as it was a small sleepy mountain town or so it seemed. No sooner had we sat down to eat than a massive procession of people carrying effigies and a float of a local saint passed by with full brass band. ...

    Palenque, Mexico to Antigua, Guatemala

    A travel blog entry by waynenwendy on Nov 15, 2013

    1 comment, 45 photos

    ... us. The guide asked if we wanted to climb it, the 3 of us looked at each other and said, why not? We watched as the guide swam directly under the waterfall and started pulling himself up a rope ladder. We had no choice but to follow. As I swam under the waterfall I just closed my eyes and started climbing the rope ladder. I could not see anything and the waterfall was so loud as it pounded against the top of my head. At the ...


    A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Sep 06, 2013

    ... seconds it dawned on us. There was a frightening, deep rumbling noise and everything was shaking. In a slight panic I switched off the gas and we began running for the stairs to make an escape outside. It was seriously scary, the whole earth was moving and as I clung to the stair rail for support, that was wobbling too.

    We made it out to the street where most other people had gathered and the rumbles and shakes continued ...


    A travel blog entry by whereshallwego on Aug 07, 2013

    ... next bus literally arrived the very next second and thankfully was a far more pleasant experiance.
    Into the bus terminal, ie waste ground, and our third and last bus was ready to pull out. Nice timing.
    Our now gone lonely planet (RIP LP) advised not to take this last journey. Ill have to paraphrase as I can no longer quote! But in 08 there was seemingly a HUGE landslide cause much of the road to be extensively damaged, especially a 2km strip. The government, who paid over ...


    A travel blog entry by tristanbreslin on Jun 19, 2013

    21 photos

    ... to the lakes of Panajachel. We used the public transport, better known as 'chicken buses'. They were old American school buses, painted in a variety of colours. Although I saw no actual chickens, they were packed unbelievably tightly with 3-4 people in a two person seat. I couldn't help but have a huge smile over my face for most of the journey. The lunacy of the bus mixed with the beautiful Guatemalan countryside made the trip feel like a real adventure. ...