Lake Atitlan Market Tours | Panajachel and Chichi

Chichicastenango is well known for its famous market days on Thursdays and Sundays where vendors sell handicrafts, food, flowers, pottery, wooden boxes, condiments, medicinal plants, candles, and copal (traditional incense), cal (lime stones for preparing tortillas), grindstones, pigs and chickens, machetes, and other tools.

About This Market Tour

Lake Atitlan Market Tours

TRIP DURATION: roughly 7-8 hours

TRIP LOCATION: Around Lake Atitlan or Chichicastenango

TRIP PHYSICAL LEVEL: Easy to Moderate

TRIP DETAILS: $125 (Q960) – 1 person (private tour) / $85 (Q650) per person – 2 or more people

WHAT TO BRING: Bring camera, water, snacks, sun protection (hat, shades, sunscreen), good walking shoes or sneakers are recommended, and be prepared to have an incredible adventure!

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Chichicastenango Market Tour Thursday and Sunday Only

Lake Atitlan Market Tours, you truly have not experienced the local culture until you have visited a traditional Guatemalan market. Markets in Guatemala are not only captivating mazes that provide an authentic experience you also get a real taste of the local culture.

Lake Atitlan Market Tours

Join us for an experience that will be a feast for your senses as we explore the vibrant, colorful, and bustling traditional indoor/outdoor Mayan markets of the villages along the shores of Lake Atitlan Guatemala. On market days stalls fill the maze-like markets and spill out into the streets where local farmers, artisans, and vendors sell their goods.

Neighboring villages have their market days on designated days of the week where vendors sell fruits, vegetables, nuts, meat, livestock, hand-woven textiles, spices, flowers, hammocks, ceramics, home furnishings, thread, candles, incense, blankets, baskets, jewelry, handbags, clothing, belts, and wooden crafts.

The markets are also a great place to try the authentic local food (comida típica). Sample the local food such as chuchitos, chille relleno, beet salad enchiladas, and the traditional drink arroz con leche or try fresh fruit such as sliced mangos that are served with nuts, chile, and lime.

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