This is where Guatemala’s terrestrial and aquatic life meet.
The Chiquimulilla Canal was constructed in the late 19th century to facilitate commerce between surrounding communities. Today, it’s a haven for plant and animal species.
Explore the canal by private boat, cruising through nutrient-rich water and spotting fish swimming just below the surface, the birds that hunt them, and even caimans patiently awaiting a meal.
See pristine mangrove forests, where trees stand above the brackish water on stilt-like roots, providing habitat for climbing crabs, nesting birds, and more.