Semuc Champey, it is in the Lanquín municipal district along the Cahabon River. It is characterized by a 500 meter long natural land bridge. The Cahabon River runs underneath these rock masses for about 300 meters. On top of the rock formation within a small canyon-like formation made of sedimentary and limestone rock (typical for the Polochic valley), there are several 1-3-meter-deep pools. It’s warm, very humid and sub-tropical climate favor a wide variety of vegetation and tree canopies. The rich wildlife consists of birds, mammals, insects and crustaceans with a variety of no less than 20 sub-species in each genus.