Hotel El Recreo Lanquin Champey

Lanquin, Guatemala | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lanquin

Stunning Waterfalls & Caves To Explore

A travel blog entry by amazingjourneys

For a change I decided to get up early and hitch from Coban to Lanquin (64 km) so that I would have a full day at Semuc Champey. First to stop was Pablo who offered me a ride in the back of his pickup to the small town of San Pedro Carcha (12 km). I spent 30 minutes looking round the town before hitching again, this time with a frail elderly chap, …

Caves of Candelaria

A travel blog entry by mikeandmary

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3rd.- Another reasonable day, the weather seems to be a bit more as we expected, that is mostly dry with odd showers. This morning we left to go to the caves of Candelaria and we have also met the bad roads. It started well for about 30 kms and then it was onto dirt roads. The roads were not too bad, similar to driving on a cobbled road most of the …

Being a Tourist: Adventures in Semuc Champey

A travel blog entry by sherwoodk

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Last weekend I was a tourist. Maybe I should feel guilty about that, but I don't. There's a lot of talk about travelers vs. tourists, with the assumption being that the former is somehow more in touch with the local people and therefore superior; but let's face it, sometimes it's just plain fun to travel with the purpose being nothing more than to …

Caving and Blue Pools

A travel blog entry by deni367

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Well this little town was once again a little rough to get to, but so worth it. We stayed in a real nice hostel overlooking the valleys with the best shower view in town. It was a great chill out place but the fact that there was little to no wifi and you would be fined for bringing in as much as a banana from the outside meant that we really couldn't afford to stay very long. Our main goal was to go to Semuc Chamey, a natural limestone bridge complete with ...

The wonders of Semuc Champey

A travel blog entry by markjezek

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... you talking about Willis” I might hear you ask, well picture this - a torrential river (grade 5 rafting) rushing downhill and under a naturally formed 300m long limestone bridge, and then popping out the other end with as much gusto. Atop the bridge is a number of naturally formed turquoise rock pools that step down stream, allowing tourists to swim around and then jump, dive, step or slip into the next pool. You might be mistaken thinking that this water has come from ...

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