Located 5,000 ft. above sea level, diving in Lake Atitlan can be as diverse as it’s surroundings. From deep grass cliffs filled with what once was green prairies, to natural stone walls from the ramaining crater topology, a natural landscape thousand years old decorates the vast inmensity of the lake bottom. The views are in it’s own way, a dramatic portrait of its accidental past.
The main attraction as you dive in Lake Atitlan is the mystic and the aquatic archaelogy. Water temperature is aprox between 70 to 75 degrees fahrenheit and diving visibility is reached between 5o to 100 feet. The water is crystal clear and it’s fauna includes, black bass, white carp, Guatemala’s very own “mojarra” and a variety of ciclids.