The Chilascó Jump
In this town is found one of the waterfalls highest of Central America. It size and its beautifulness is impressionist, it can be appreciated the waterfall of Salto de Chilasco.
It has four waterfalls that formed a cataract with an altitude of 130 meters.
The Trapiche Museum
Is located 150 kilometers from the capital, San Jerónimo, Baja Verapaz. According to history this place 1.601 was known as the first sugar mill in Central America. He had introduced an innovative technology that Dominican priests at that time.
The ingenuity of San Geronimo was equipped with milling houses, boilers and purgatory. In the first, were the presses which squeezed sugar cane juice for then undertake the process of crystallization and purified in purgatory is the final product.
The Calvario church
It possesses 131 steps. It is located in the top of a mountain just 5 blocks from the Central Park of Cobán; it is a beautiful urban point view, to only way to get there is by means of 135 steps. It was built, approximately 150 years ago by the indigenous community, under the instructions of the Fancisco Pop cacique.
Next to the church, is a cemetery that was closured by its proximity with the city.
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.