Hiking Indian Nose
On the path between the docks, Cielo Maya is a Tz'utujil women's collective that sells fair-trade woven goods and offers weaving and...
If the lake hasn't swallowed it up by the time your read this, have a swim at La Piscina, by the Santiago dock, a global gathering...
Turning right from the Pana dock and following the 'Yoga and Massage' signs brings you to La Mysticoteca. This health and wellness...
Near the Pana dock, the Alegre is a bit worse for wear but still a cheerful watering hole for San Pedro's cast of characters. Shoot pool...
Bistro Nuevo Sol
This little place serves up some tasty breakfasts and other gourmet delights such as California pizza, calzones, focaccias and a...
Lonely Planet review
Another popular hike goes up the hill to the west of the village that is generally referred to as Indian Nose (its skyline resembles the profile of an ancient Maya dignitary.) Excursion Big Foot (7a Av, Zona 2) will guide a minimum of four people up there for around US$10 each; it also offers horse rides (around US$3 per hour) and rents bikes (US$1.5/7 per hour/day).