The Northern Lowlands of Guatemala stretch from the foothills of the Cuchumatanes, Chama, and Santa Cruz mountain ranges northwards, including the northern part of the Alta Verapaz department, the extreme north of El Quiché department, and all of Guatemala's extensive Petén department.
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Flores is a town in Petén, Guatemala. The town proper is an island on Lago Petén Itzá, connected to land by a causeway, on the other side of which lie the twin towns Santa Elena and San Benito.
Tikal is a large archaeological site in the Guatemalan department of Petén.
Lanquin is a town located in the southern portion of the Northern Lowlands in Guatemala.
El Remate is a small, relaxed little village on the east side of Lago Petén Itza.
San Andrés is a small town on the north shore of Lago Petén Itzá in Petén.
Raxrujá is in the Northern Lowlands region of Guatemala. Minivans from Sayaxché and Coban, the latter on two routes.
San José is a small village on the north shore of Lago Petén Itzá in the Petén department of the Northern Lowlands of Guatemala.
Dolores is a town in south-central Petén. Dolores is on the main route from Guatemala City to Flores, and all buses between the two will pass the entrance to the town.
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