Lachuá Lake is located in the midwest of Guatemala. It is surrounded by a national park Lachuá. The lake water is rich in sulfur, which is noticeable by the smell, and also in the minerals that cover the branches that reach the water. The national park is covered with tropical rainforests - home to 120 species of mammals, over 170 species of birds, and about 35 species of reptiles. Visitors can see cougars, crocodiles, tapirs, and many other species of animals in their natural habitat.