National Geographic Travel

Photo by @jodymacdonaldphoto // There are some views you never forget. This one, from my hotel room in Guatemala features Volcano Atitlan and, to the north, Volcano Toliman making a dramatic backdrop to Lake Atitlan. Today’s landscape is a result of a massive eruption that occurred 85,000 years ago. So much magma was expelled that the terrain surface collapsed resulting in a circular hollow that filled with water to create Lake Atitlan. Situated in the Sierra Madre mountains, the lake measures 8km across from north to south and 18km from east to west with an average depth of approximately 300m. If you find yourself traveling in Guatemala, this is a sight not to be missed. To see more of my travels through Guatemala follow @jodymacdonaldphoto and check out National Geographic Travel’s Instagram story highlights from #TUMI. #Guatemala @natgeocreative #travel

196,475 Lake Atitlán, Guatemala





Fabulous 👏👏✨😊


Stunning photo love it thank you.


Color grading -> Amazing! 🙌💥


@ceitlanjoie WERE GOING 💘💘


@velsorvan good times...better haircuts 🐓🐓


@npsones will always remember it well! So long ago! Gorgeous 😍😘


@marie.roby ❤️❤️❤️❤️




Ohh je veux 😍


@lucyymorales_ you have been there !


So beatfull


Bello @tutocalvo !!! tu pais!!




@bethfield26 oh my god. I need a vacation.


Nice cool 👍👍👍👏


@dorothyshapiro I’d like to be there at this very moment


Beautiful ❤️


@alexejiofor I wanna go back



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