One of the most beautiful hiking is the ascent of San Pedro volcano (three thousand metres!). Passage through coffee plantations and from the summit crater are obtained excellent views of Lake Atitlan. Required to go with local guide (ask at the village). There have been cases of attacks on tourists, please contact the security situation. Demanding a hike of no less than seven hours. You can also rent a horse.
Tzutuhil and cakchiquel population of San Pedro La Laguna celebrates its market on Tuesdays and Saturdays. It is the largest population of the surrounding Lake Atitlan, and in recent years has become fashionable among backpackers and tired of Panajachel. There are bars running, dancing and percussion workshops in the affairs of the lake. Starting point for many excursions in the surrounding area.
At the pier in San Pedro La Laguna kayaks can be rented at reasonable prices, single and double, a walk to flush water nearby. A nice way to see the shoreline of the lake and navigate between their junks. Provided that no outstanding change the time and wind rose.
Two miles northwest of San Pedro is reached San Juan La Laguna, a tiny village Cakchiquel. From here a narrow road takes you to Santa Clara, on a high hill. There is a road that takes you up the mountain to a viewpoint (best to ask or accompanied). If we follow the road to Sololá, is reached between coffee plantations by the following people: San Pablo, a town known for its handicrafts in fiber. Be reached by boat to San Marcos, Tzunuma, Jabalito, Santa Cruz and finally to Panajachel.