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6 Apr 2017
“A spectacular sight on the horizon”
12 Jan 2017
“Great views all around”
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San Lucas Toliman, Guatemala
Ways to Experience Volcan Atitlan
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Reviewed 6 April 2017

The tallest of the three volcanoes visible from Lake Atitlan, the volcano of the same name is considered inactive or semi-active, and is safe to climb. It is an imposing 11,000+ feet tall and looms ahead in the distance as you cross the lake. It...More

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Reviewed 12 January 2017

I was lucky to have "Tour Guide Salvador" (on Trip Advisor) for Volcán Atitlán, at Lago Atitlán in Guatemala. He took me through the maze of roads and trails that make up the approach and exit routes, safely through the herds of grumpy bulls, getting...More

Thank Walter M
Reviewed 7 April 2016

I would highly recommend this hike for the fantastic views and amazing changes in vegetation. We left from San Lucas Tolimán at 4am with a guide hired through the Hotel Tolimán. I would definitely recommend hiring a guide particular for their knowledge of the paths,...More

1  Thank Alexis F
Reviewed 26 September 2015

I climbed Atitlan and Toliman volcano in a single day push and it was worth it. I like challenging hikes and this was fun. Climb is steep through thick forests and the last 20 min to Atitlan is through lava scree rocks. Summit crater is...More

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Peter H
26 March 2016|
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Hi Peter, I recently climbed Volcano Atitlán and have also climbed Volcano Tolimán. I would highly recommend the volcano trek. Yes, it is best to stay the night previous in a nearby village. You can begin your walk from... More
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