It's no coincidence that this is known as a natural wonder and the most beautiful lake in the world. Lake Atitlán was formed by a volcano and is in fact surrounded by the enormous San Pedro, Atitlán and Tolimán volcanos, painting a stunning, almost indescribable picture. Extending nearly 130 km², the inviting and crystal-clear water is nearly 350 metres deep. The best bit? You'll find a completely different lake depending on when you visit as the light, the clouds and the reflections on the water are constantly changing, offering an endless array of landscapes. Don't forget to visit the villages dotted around the lake, where the inhabitants still live by the spirit of the indigenous culture: wisdom, hospitality and a warm welcome to all visitors.
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