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A new comfortable bed in a 5 bed room with two levels, 5 beds on each level, very large wooden cabana, hot shower, large balcony with hammock, spectacular views, amazing sunrises, great for swimming, free play kayak & tubes. Private pier for sunbathing, diving, swimming. Yoga and Spanish lessons available, also massages and other holistic treatments, easy access to surrounding villages, public boats stop every 20 minutes. 20 min walk to San Marcos the nearby holistic village
Our lodge is unique as you can swim here, kayak and sunbath on the lake. secluded but not isolated,easy access by road or boat to nearby villages, great way to see the lake. We are near Tzununa and San Marcos, the public boats stop at our private dock every 20 min, easy and cheap to around the lake.
Guests can access all areas.
Interazione con gli ospiti
We interact in the day to day running of the lodge.
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Please note we have a no food and drink policy in the dorm rooms, we have a restaurant and bar. Thank you
Holistic, yoga centered town, small shops and restaurants.
Holistic treatments and Massage.
Holistic Cottage with Catherine, in San Marcos ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Better to pass and write your name down that day for an appointment. On opposite pathway to main pathway. Near old dock.
Cathy Byers next to The Pyramids offer many holistic services, again pass by for an appointment.
East West Centr(URL HIDDEN)Marta or Suzi are very good. On the main walkway going down to the public boat dock.
Hospedaje Del Lago - Yoga every day 7:30 and 9 am. Right before town of san marcos on the left.
Moonfish- great burritos! Walk straight through town, on the right side of road before big hill, closed Mondays
Circles - Good coffee and Cafe
Il Jardin - Vegetarian Restaurant.
Last boat back to Maya Moon Lodge from San Marcos at 5:40 pm
Small artistic village, traditional mayan art galleries, women's weaving/tapestry co-ops, natural plant medicines & soaps, etc.
Beautiful church, charming indigenous village, not many tourists
Has a Bank ATM machine at Banrural.
Artesano - wine and cheese restaurant Monday to Friday 12-4pm.
Need to call to make reservations (the day before) or much earlier, reservation only.
15q boat ride.From San Juan you then take a 10q tuktuk to San Pedro, or 15 minute walk.
Last boat from San Pedro leaves at 5.30 pm
Lots of bars and restaraunts, jewelry stands, good street mercado for fruits, veggies and paca.
Walk up the hill to the top of the cathedral for amazing view of town, good pictures, usually give local man 10q to let you in.
Tienda Joanna’s- basic groceries.
Have huge health food store for imported, holistic products.
Idea Connection- great sandwiches, vegetarian options, croissants can get movies put on your device or usb stick for 5q
Sunday BBQ by Smokin Joes from 12 pm. At La Piscina. Tell a tuk tuk driver he will take you there. 5q
Biggest town on the lake, different view and feel, huge central square and mercado, lots of shoe stores
Home of Maximon - local idol/deity… he moves houses, local men offer to take you there, 20 to 30 minute tuk tuk ride, bring alcohol/cigarettes to pay respects.
Can get to Cerro de Oro from here, easy day hike
Posada de Santiago - Hotel with swimming pool and lunch walk in availability
To get there - take boat to San Pedro for 20q, then walk 20 minutes or take tuk tuk to Santiago dock. Boats leave from there every hour, usually 15 past the hour, costs 25q
*keep in mind the last boat leaves san pedro at 5.30 pm, so need to leave enough time to get to that dock, otherwise there are direct boats from santiago to pana (30-35q) and boats from pana to maya moon leave later, 6 and 7:30pm
Our village, 5 minute walk to the right out of Lodge door at the top of the property, down the hill, local small indigenous, very small tiendas, very traditional.
Bamboo Hotel and Restaurant part of
Atitlan Organics - Permaculture farm, gives free tours Fridays at 10am
Tzununa Waterfall - 1 hour hike. We have guides available, please ask at reception.
Small local village, traditional.
Hans or Posada Jaibalito - Comedor style, Good cheap food, German dishes.
Club Ven Aca -jacuzzi, pool,bar and food, Good day hang out.On the Lake.
Great hike from here to Jaibalito - walk into Tzununa, take 1st right after football field, follow road, it turns into dirt path, only forks once - keep left up the hill. 1 to 1 and a 1/2 hour hike.
Can also take boat back for 10q
Can also continue to hike over to Santa Cruz, additional 45 minutes.
Hotels with good restaurants on the water.
La Iguana Perdida Offers diving.
Good restaurant run to train local in catering.
The town itself is up a huge hill and has a beautiful church.
Can rent kayaks and tours from here.
Central tourist hub, great shopping for whatever you need/want,lots of restaurants,banks, moneygram, western union, post office, atm, place to catch shuttles and chicken buses.
Panajachel high street is a very good alternative if no time to go to Chichicastenango market.
Abracadabra Unique gift shop. On the high street towards the lake on the left hand side.
Butterfly Nature Reserve - 40q monkeys and butterflies, Two different ziplining options for additional fees, to get to take a tuk tuk from Panajachel.
Hotel Atitlan - Go for lunch has rose gardens and parrots, 40q to get in but taken from lunch bill, take a tuk tuk from Panajachel
Very small local village, need to take camion (pick up truck) from Pana for 5-8q. Jump in the up camion in front of La Dispensa Familiar. Turn right on Calle Principal towards the bridge. Turn right at top of Calle Santander to join Calle Pricipal.
Carry on past Santa Catarina in camion, costs another 3-5q
Weaving factory you can tour, known for beautiful hand crafted and painted ceramics.
Women dress in stunning blue hupils and women wear hair in colorful wraps.
San Antonio access only from roadno public boats,if you want to take a boat have to hire private boat that leaves from the Santiago dock in Pana
Huge market Thursdays and Sundays, we can book a shuttle service that leaves Pana at 8 am and then leaves chichi at 2pm, round trip costs $12
Can also take chicken buses, need to go to Solola and change there for chichi, takes 11/2-2 hours to get to
If you don't have all day can go to Solola for smaller market than Chichicastenango but still impressive - take chicken bus from pana, 20 minute trip 5q
Relax, chill and enjoy the lodge. We have a no waste rule. We are serious about not producing waste and we expect our guests to be too. Our restaurant produces very little waste and all trash that does come into our house, we use it for eco-bricks and other creative projects.
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Fiona & Chris
Maya Moon Lodge was jointly created by Chris and Fiona who came to Lake Atitlán at the beginning of 2001 and fell in love with the place.They both decided to visit again, and eventually in 2006, they came to live at the lake. Within a year they found this piece of land which was barren without electricity or running water. It was over two years before they were able to live on the property, part of that time they lived in Panajachel, San Marcos, Jaibalito, Tzununá, and a camper van. Neither Chris nor Fiona spoke any Spanish and had never been involved in building of property of any sort, let alone in a foreign country where the villagers spoke there local dialects, such as Kaqchickel. It was to be learning curve for everyone involved! At first, the goals were very simple: electricity and then running water. The Dragonfly Room was originally a garage and the owners lived for a while in their camper van out front. The garage was later converted into Casa Dragonfly where they lived for two years, and later the Casa Suena was built by the lake. Later, in July 2012, after five months of traveling in their camper van in Mexico they came back and started to build Maya Moon Lodge. Due to the landscape of the land the idea of cabanas on stilts was decided. They had a three-month break from November to March and the last stage was completed. Finally, in January 2014, they decided that they could open the Lodge to guests. So now the next adventure begins…………. Maya Moon Lodge!