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Semuc Champey

So, after our night staying in a spider infested cabin in Lanquin, we set out to do what we’d come for. Visit the naturally occurring springs of Semuc Champey, formed by intense tectonic movement millennia ago. 744 more words


Einmal Guatemala bitte!

Guatemala war nun also das zweite Land auf unserer Reise durch Mittelamerika. Es war eine sehr gute Wahl, denn nach zwei Wochen Playa del Carmen und vier Tagen Inselleben in Belize, war es unglaublich schön inmitten des wunderschönen, satten Grüns Guatemalas zu sein. 417 more words


Semuc Champey and Lanquín, Guatemala

December 2008

After Christmas climbing Volcán Pacaya near Antigua we once again arranged a tourist van to the blue waters of Semuc Champey. Unfortunately the tourist van only drove us to Cobán before dropping us in town where we caught a chicken bus followed by a combi (basically a van) and then finally a huge 4×4 truck to take us up the final stretch of wet jungle road. 853 more words

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6 Month Travel Anniversary

I cannot believe I’ve been away from home for 6 months already! The time has gone so quickly, and it feels really weird to be looking at the next 12 weeks as a countdown home… there is so much I’ve got to fit in! 565 more words


Semuc Champey

Semuc Champey is advertised as “The Waterfall” of Guatemala. There are many pictures of it to be found online. They are not exaggerated, the colors are not overemphasized and still.. 910 more words


The Lake to the Jungle

The shuttle to Panajachel, on the lake was actually pretty easy, it only took 4 hours through the beautiful mountains of Guatemala. I tried taking photos out of the shuttle but it was too bouncy. 1,235 more words


Semuc Champey, Guatemala -

(by Freda)

We’d heard the name Semuc Champey come up time and time again from people who were recently in Guatemala, mentioning it as a trip highlight. 608 more words

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