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Chichi & Lake Atitlan

Chichi Market available: Thursday & Sunday.

Pick you up at your hotel at 7:30 am, (pick up time can be changed). you will then be transferred to Chichicastenango 3 hrs. approx.

The famous market in Chichicastenango is on Thursday and Sunday. Chichicastenango’ s market is the largest in all of Central America! It is the most vivid expression of living culture. Visit the Santo Tomas church where the Maya book The Popol Vuh was found.

Afternoon transfer to Panajachel, on the route great views of the Lake Atitlan. Then return to hotel.

Price P/Person from
USD$ 140.00
USD$ 110.00
USD$ 95.00
8 hours
Tour Type
All Year


  • Intinerary

    7:30 am
    you will then be transferred to Chichicastengo.
    Chichi Market
    Guided tour Chichicastenango market is full of colors and aromas that allow live and experience the living culture of Guatemala. Afternoon transfer to Panajachel, on the route great views of the Lake Atitlan.
    1:00 - 2:00 PM
    Enjoy your lunch at Atitlan Lake.
    5:00 pm
    Arrival at the airport or your hotel in Guatemala/Antigua Guatemala.
    End of service.

    Tour Includes

    Comfortable Transportation a/c

    English or Spanish Guide

    Lunch at Atilan

    Private boat

    Tour Excludes

    Beverages (Only private)

    (guide and driver)

    Please note: You can book a private tour in other languages: Italian, French.

  • Notes

    Quick Facts

    Starting: Flores
    Duration: Full day
    Operating: Daily
    Departure Time: 8:00 am
    Meeting Point: Airport/ Hotel/ Guatemala or Antigua Guatemala
    Return to Flores: 4:30 – 5:00 pm

    What to bring?

    Light clothing and comfortable footwear.
    BIODEGRADABLE sunscreen and mosquito repellent.
    Sunglasses, hat
    Raingear (June to Nov).
    Raincoat Extra cash (tips, shopping)

    Cancellation Policy

    Cancellations made 72 hrs. before = 80% refund.
    Cancellations made 48 hrs. before = 50% refund.
    Cancellations made less than 24 hrs. before = no refund. “No Show”