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With only extremely simple lodgings, Todos Santos realistically needs to be a day trip. If you have your own vehicle and want to brave the rough road from Huehuetenango yourself, be prepared for an exhausting drive that you'll have to make twice in one day.
The vagaries of public-bus schedules make a day trip here difficult. Soon after you arrive, you'll need to catch your return chicken bus back to Huehuetenango.
Tour operators in Quetzaltenango offer organized excursions, the easiest way to visit Todos Santos. You'll leave very early in the morning and get back in the evening, and the minivan ride will still be hair-raising, but someone else takes care of all the details for you.
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