Eco Hotel Uxlabil Atitlan
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
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The drive to San Juan was rough....traffic was fairly crazy so we crawled along. We left an hour late and ****** around trying to find the last two passengers. Luckily we weren't able to find them because there were no spare seats so someone would have had to share. The shuttle went directly to San Pedro which meant we had to catch a tuk-tuk and go …
... we had paid the money and signed the receipt. The shuttle bus to Guatemala would detour via Antigua (probably hooking up with other agencies with passengers bound for Guatemala from there!) He said that we still had plenty of time and in case there were enough people to go direct to the capital, a separate shuttle would be arranged for. This sounded hollow to us and we were also troubled that he waited till the payment was made ...
In the morning we took the boat to an amazing hotel on the shores of Lake Atitlan with amazing views of the surroundings. We had pancake breakfast and took in the views and relaxed in the chilly lake waters with a swim. Later on in the afternoon we went to another town on the shores of Lake Atitlan via boat, called Santiago. At this town we had a local guide who showed us around and took us to a shaman ceremony that the ...
First was breakfast and again had a nice leisurely morning so we went around 9. Ordered me some pancakes and pineapple juice and to my surprise the pancakes came with jam already in them so obvs I drowned them in syrup too. We packed up our things and headed down to the lakes edge from where we would be catching our boat from to get to a small island where we would be staying for the night. The boat was like a small fishing boat and had a roof so weren't in the ...
... uphill, thus we reached the park entrance at about 5.30. Since there was nobody besides us and our guide we got a feeling that we could have passed without paying. While climbing the volcano we noticed that the ecological park was pretty well-maintained and were actually glad to support its efforts. The path leading to the summit was clean and partly marked. There were two wooden huts on the way up, serving as hides and/or viewpoints.
We were following the guide for approx. ...