Perhaps the least known aspect of the Mayan Guatemala is its Pacific Coast Line, with its untamed seashore and kilometers of black volcanic sandy beaches.
Monterrico is a fishing town and with the pass of the years, it has transformed itself to a cozy tourist spot. Because of its proximity to the National Wildlife Reserve, the Pez de Oro becomes a starting and resting point to get to know and admire its beauties.
This marsh surrounding, is habitat to a spectacular flora and fauna. There is no better way to explore this earthly paradise than by canoe in the early hours of dawn.