Lake Atitlan Earlier Boat Schedule Price & Times. Due to earlier flights leaving Guatemala City International Airport shuttle services out of Lake Atitlan are now leaving at FIVE IN THE MORNING. We have posted this information previously there is an early boat service from San Pedro to Panajachel.
You will need to call a day in advance to make these arrangements.
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Lake Atitlan Earlier Boat Schedule Price & Times is not an official boat schedule, however, the lanchas typically depart and arrive every 20-30 minutes from the public docks at the end of Calle del Embarcadero located just west of Santander in the village of Panajachel.
For those seeking normal times from San Pedro.
Lake Atitlan Earlier Boat Schedule Price & Times. We can Provides Private Boat Services Please Contact Us For Arrangements.
There is now an early boat from San Pedro to Panajachel which leaves at 5:30 am and arrives in Pana at 6:00 am.
Ideal if you need to take a shuttle.
The same boat leaves Pana at 6:05 am back to San Pedro.
Lake Atitlan is surrounded by many villages in which Maya culture is still prevalent and traditional dress is worn. The Maya people of Atitlán are predominantly Tz’utujil and Kaqchikel. During the Spanish conquest of the Americas, the Kaqchikel initially allied themselves with the invaders to defeat their historic enemies, the Tz’utujil and K’iche’ Maya, but were themselves conquered and subdued when they refused to pay tribute to the Spanish.
Santiago Atitlán is the largest of the lakeside communities, and it is noted for its worship of Maximón, an idol formed by the fusion of traditional Mayan deities, Catholic saints, and conquistador legends.
The institutionalized effigy of Maximón is under the control of a local religious brotherhood and resides in various houses of its membership during the course of a year, being most ceremonially moved in a grand procession during Semana Santa. Several towns in Guatemala have similar cults, most notably the cult of San Simón in Zunil.