Hotel Jaguar Inn Santa Elena

Address: Calzada R. Macal 8-79, Zone 1, Flores, 20001, Guatemala | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Downtown/West of Capitol Hill area of Flores.
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      Travel Blogs from Flores

      Flores

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Mar 25, 2015

      ... me up, but it's like a scab you shouldn't pick but do so anyway.

      Flores is a little village on an island in a lake. It's connected to the main land via a small causeway on which is the town of Santa Elena. Yep there are a LOT of Santa Elena's in LA. I set off over the causeway to a small mall on its edge. First order of business: find a new hat. I picked one up for about $10. Caterpillar. Fake, but it does the job. It actually fits better ...

      Flores and Tikal

      A travel blog entry by kevandjen on Mar 13, 2015

      22 photos

      ... are charging $3-$3.50 a beer, you have to look for alternative options. We deiced to explore Flores more thoroughly and walked to the top point of the island. Not only were we rewarded with less than $1 beers, but also amazing views of the sun setting over the lake. While enjoying out first beverage, I remarked how nice the hostel directly in front of us was as there were hammocks on the roof and you could lie in them and get a good view of the sunset. ...

      Stop. Hammock time!

      A travel blog entry by swandawg on Feb 12, 2015

      142 photos

      ... People shouting to attract your attention, brightly coloured cloth and crafts, skinny little walkways in between the stalls, the heat and the different smells everywhere. It was all quite overwhelming. But it was great. I needed a bag that was bigger than the one I had to carry all the extras like water and suncream with me when I went out wandering and didn’t want to take my rucksack. I bought a really lovely locally made cloth bag in a rich green colour. I was very happy ...

      Into Guatemala

      A travel blog entry by mcklawrence on Feb 06, 2015

      37 photos

      ... minutes to reach Temple 4 (which you might recognise from Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back) and climbed to the top. We were told that it was a place of meditation and not to make any noise as we waited for sunrise. We thought we were in luck as it seemed to be an unusually clear sky, but just as the sun was rising some cloud obscured the far horizon and the jungle mist rose from the tree canopy (or tree canapé, as Sophie keeps mistakenly calling it, making me laugh ...

      Guatemala - Semuc Champey

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Nov 03, 2014

      43 photos

      ... the end of that day I knew for sure that my time on the road was over and I was ready to go home.

      We reached El Portal 45 minutes later, checked in and got a nice room in a wooden hut right above the Cahabon River. We were very tired but before we went to bed we had something to eat. Then we stayed in the restaurant for a while, talking to fellow travelers. The power was usually supplied between 18.00 and 22.00; however, that night they gave us almost 2 extra ...