Semuc Champey, Guatemala’s Natural Wonder – Photo Essay

Semuc Champey, Guatemala is called a Natural Wonder. It’s a 150 meter long limestone bridge in the middle of the jungle with waterfalls and rivers flowing under neath it. Plus, it has aquamarine colored and clear pools all around that are great for swimming.

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My Family at Semuc Champey’s Look Out

My Family at Semuc Champey Look Out

Semuc Champay From Mirador

Semuc Champay View From Mirador

Semuc Champay Cave Waterfall

Semuc Champay Cave Waterfall

Swimming Hole in Semuc Champey

Swimming Hole in Semuc Champey

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4 Responses to Semuc Champey, Guatemala’s Natural Wonder – Photo Essay

  1. it looks really, really beautiful there. i’d love to go!
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  2. Sonja Key says:

    I love swimming in natural pools of water. I imagine they were warm, too. Awesome.
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  3. Hans says:

    Loved Semuc Champey, and especially the amazing hostel El Retiro in nearby Lanquin. Our favourite accomodation spot throughout Central america!
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