It is located in the Lanquín Municipality over the Cahabón River. Semuc Champey is built by a natural bridge of stone of approximately 500 meters of extension inside it the Cahabon River immerses in this place known as siguán. In the surface are formed 7 emerald swimming pools from 1 to 3 meters deep, feeding by spring from the mountains.
These swimming pools are located in a small canyon formed by sedimentary and limestone rock founded in the highlands of he Polochic Valley. By the characteristics of the warm subtropical very humid forest, there is a range of flora and arboreal canopy.
The access to this site is by a road without pave, in good state, passable all the year and of there until Semuch Champey (8kms) in vehicle of double transmission or on foot.