Los Tarrales is a place for people who like nature. We invite you to explore the diverse tropical wildlife in forests and plantations in the 1300 hectare large reserve on Guatemala's Atitlán Volcano, to hike along the many trails, and to see how coffee is grown and processed.
Knowledgeable guides, well-working local logistics, an extensive trail network, and comfortable lodging give visitors an unforgettable experience. Los Tarrales is easily accessible via the Panamerican highway (CA1) or the coastal highway (CA2).
Los Tarrales ranges in altitude from 700 to 3500 m (2300 to 11500 ft) and is home to diverse wildlife, incuding more than 350 bird species, more than 270 butterfly species, and top predators such as Margay and Puma. Los Tarrales is part of the Atitlán Important Bird Area, and harbors 21 regional endemic bird species, including Horned Guan, Highland Guan, Azure-rumped Tanager, and Blue-tailed Hummingbird.