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Hugo Ortuño Suárez

Panajachel - Gateway to an indigenous World

PANAJACHEL, SOLOLA, GUATEMALA., 12 November 2011.-Panajachel in the Guatemalan highlands at 1,500 meters above sea level, offering visitors a view of the volcanoes unmatched San Pedro, Toliman and Atitlan that frame the lake Atitlan, which Aldous Huxley described as the most beautiful lake in the world. Known as as the gateway to Lake Atitlan and an indigenous world offers visitors Panajachel variety of activities to learn and enjoy their cultural and natural attractions. Panajachel, or Pana as it is known by locals, is a town full of little surprises, the view spectacular, the weather, the quiet, the friendliness of its inhabitants and countless attractions make this a unique and cultural destination unmatched where you can visit the villages on the shores of Lake Atitlan, visit nature reserves, walking along the lake or simply go shopping in Santander Avenue, the main street of Panajachel. Photo.-Hugo ORTUÑO

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