One of the most fascinating and enjoyable of the Mayan sites, and a World Heritage Site since 1979.
Literally meaning “where the rainbow gets its colors”, it's undoubtedly one of the most gorgeous lakes in the world.
The park provides excellent wildlife viewing opportunities, even though it's one of the more remote in the national park system.
Guatemala's most active volcano and at the same time the most frequently climbed volcano in the country.
The second largest barrier reef in the world, a place where you can observe nature at its best, but unfortunately threatened to disappear.