Panajachel Street Food By Night
While Pupusas are an El Salvadorian staple they are also very popular in Guatemala. Pupusas are made of a thick handmade corn tortilla that is usually filled with cheese, beans, pork, chorizo, or a combination of ingredients. It is served with a marinated cabbage slaw with red chilies and vinegar.
Corn Tamales are made of masa, starchy corn, which is filled with meat and is wrapped with leaves and steamed. Another favorite is Rellenitos de Plátano which is boiled plantains that are mashed and formed into balls.
Refried black beans, sugar, and cinnamon are inserted and the mashed plantain’s center and the ball are formed around it. They are then fried in oil until brown and are an absolute treat for your taste buds.
Lake Atitlan Street Food Tour By Night Details
TRIP DURATION: 4 hours
TRIP LOCATION: Panajachel
TRIP PHYSICAL LEVEL: Easy
$65.00 (Q475) – 1 person (private tour)
$45.00 (Q330) per person – 2 or more people
The price includes all food.
WHAT TO BRING: Bring a camera, good walking shoes or sneakers are recommended, and be prepared to have an incredible adventure!