Protected area of Lake Atitlán: multiple use
Ministry of Culture and Sports
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It is a National Reservation of multiple uses that has as main attractive the Lake Atitlán, and the volcanoes located in the South riverbank that possess an incomparable natural scenic beauty. Around the lake, indigenous communities are seated with ancestral cultural history, as well as more than forty archaeological places and public use areas, so much to carry out investigations as for the Ecotourism.