At the end of the lake lies the impressive Maya site of Aguateca which was built in the late classical period when there were many wars. The city is located between a natural cliff and a geological fault, which gave the city a defensive position and view of the area; they also built defensive walls which made the place a fortress. During the walk you will see impressive stelae among the jungle trails and you can also hear the chirping of birds and howl of the monkeys.
90% of the hike is in the shade of the forest. You will take a box lunch to eat at the time desired.
Walk: 2.5 hours
Duration: 1 day
Includes: Transportation, boat service, entrance fee to the site, bilingual guide, lunch and cooler with drinks.
Not included: Gratuities and personal expenses.
Recommendations: Bring mosquito repellent, water bottle, raincoat and the best walking shoes.
Note: The surface is somehow rough; you must walk through several steps