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Alojamiento entero: chalet. Anfitrión: Maya
2 huéspedes1 habitación1 cama1 baño completo y uno de tocador
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Private cabana en-suite, queen bed, separate foyer/room with kitchenette, fridge, gas top stove, couch, WI FI, large balcony with hammock, outside garden patio area, gas hot water shower, towels, drinking water. Spectacular views of volcanoes, moon & sunrise. Road & lake access, easy access to the surrounding villages by public boat which stops at the private pier every 20 minutes & access to San Marcos and Tzununa, Jaibalito walk or a tuk tuk, tubes, paddle boards, lakeside restaurant & bar

El alojamiento
The Mariposa Private Cabana is situated in Maya Moon Lodge; Lakeside Lodge with private dock, restaurant, beach and bar. Free Floaties, Stand up paddle boards.

Lo que ofrece este lugar

Acceso a la playa: frente a la playa
Estacionamiento gratuito en las instalaciones
Patio o balcón
Se permite dejar el equipaje
Sistema de sonido
Apto para fumadores


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Dónde vas a estar

Tzununa, Sololá, Guatemala

Around Maya Moon Lodge: more info to on our website mayamoonlodgeatitlan

Our village; local, small indigenous and traditional community.

Things to do
Bamboo Hotel and Restaurant part of Atitlan Organics - Permaculture farm, gives free (donation) tours Monday at 10am

Doron’s Yoga and Zen Center: Offers Yoga teaching training courses and Yoga classes every day at 4pm except Sundays.

Fungi Academy - Inquire at reception for more info. Just past Atitlan Organics.

Getting to Tzununa:
20 minute walk to the right, out of Lodge door at the top of the property.
Catch the boat at our private dock: (5Q) Left towards Panajachel

Small local village, traditional
Things to do:
Hiking - great hike 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 1½ hours. Hike back, or take the boat for 10Q. Or continue to Santa Cruz (45 minutes).

Club Ven Aca - jacuzzi, pool, bar & restaurant . Good hang out day on the Lake. Open 11am to 4pm

Han’s Place (Posada Jaibalito) - Comedor style, German dishes.

Getting to Jaibalito:
Hike (see above) or take the boat in the direction of Panajachel (10Q)

Santa Cruz :
Pretty small town at the top of a hill, selection of restaurants on the water

Things to do:
Diving - offered at La Iguana Perdida.
Church - beautiful church in the town.
Rent kayaks on the lakeside.
Paddle board tours

Cecap cafe - Good restaurant run by training locals in catering. Highly recommended.

Getting to Santa Cruz:
By boat (in the direction of Pana).

Santa Catarina
Very small local village
Getting to Santa Catarina:
Take camion (pick up truck) from Panajachel for 5-8Q. in front of La Dispensa Familiar. Turn right on Calle Principal towards the bridge. Turn right at top of Calle Santander to join Calle Principal

San Antonio
Small indigenous village, women dressed in stunning blue hupils & hair worn in colourful wraps. Beautiful hand crafted, painted ceramics & weaving.
Getting to San Antonio:
Carry on past Santa Catarina in camion, costs another 3-5Q.
There are no public boats -if you want to take a boat, you will have to hire private boat from the Santiago or Panajachel dock .

Huge Local market on Thursday & Sunday, selling traditional products.
Getting to Chichicastenango:
We can book a shuttle service which leaves Pana at 8 am and then leaves Chichi at 2pm - round trip costs $12. (Take a 7am or 7.20am boat)
You can also take chicken buses - you’ll need to go to Solola and change there for Chichi, takes 1½ -2 hours.
NB If you don't have time to go to Chichi, you can go to Panajachel Calle Santander Street you will find great gifts and the same traditional mayan products, or for a smaller traditional (but still impressive) market go to Solola take chicken bus from Pana, 20 minute trip for 5Q

Private Boat / lake tours Ask reception

San Marcos
Holistic, yoga centered town, small shops & restaurants. ATM. Nature reserve.

Holistic treatments and Massage See our website:

San Marcos Holistic Cottage with Katherine -email through the website : or pass by and write your name on her list outside The Holistic Cottage in San Marcos

Mark Elmy : Mayan Readings, Ceremonies and Courses

Merrill Storm: is highly recommended, she is a Crystal Theta Therapist, Medical Intuitive, and Regression Therapist
Khephera: The Art of Reinventing Yourself. She also offers The Advanced Crystal Healing Course.

Michelle: Shiatsu Massage, Astrological Tarot, Tree of Life Tarot

Moonfish - Walk straight through town, past basketball pitch and school on right side of road
El Camino Cafe - on the main pathway to main public dock.
Circle Cafe - on main pathway down to main public dock.
Il Jardin - Vegetarian Restaurant. Just past Circles on the left.

Nature Reserve - Walk along the lake, on the right hand side pathway, entrance 15q, kayaks to rent and a great place to jump into the lake and swim.

Coffee tours : Contact Tim Reher owner of Shangri-la Atitlan
We use his Fair trade coffee at the lodge.
Tim helps coffee farmers roast their coffee. For more info contact him via the lodge.

Getting to San Marcos:
Walk in 20/25 minutes from Maya Moon (turn right at the top pathway) or take the boat.
Boat: Public boats stop every 20 minutes from our private dock, the boat comes from Panajachel from the left side of the lake, you will see the boat coming from around the peninsula, then you have 6 minutes to get on the dock and flag the boat down, costs 5q and takes 5 minutes to get to San Marcos.
Last boat back to Maya Moon Lodge from San Marcos at 5:40 pm.
Tuk tuk to or from San Marcos: In the day time it is easy to stop a tuk tuk going into San Marcos. 10Q a person. Just walk to the top of the lodge to road, the road to the right goes to Tzununa, to the left San Marcos.
Night time tuk tuk: We recommend ringing Nacho, Ismael or Oscar from Tzununa. Or Luis Tuy Tuy from San Marcos: . After dark the price is approx 15Q a person or a minimum of 30Q upwards.
Indian Nose : Luis Tuy Tuy : Ofrece el servicio de Tours del Rostro Maya (Nariz del Indio) Per persona Q.120/140 with Luis Tuy Tuy

Biggest town on the lake, different view and feel, huge central square and great selection of local, artisan goods, good market, home of Maximon.ATM. Traditional clothes worn in this village.

Things to do:
Maximon - local idol/deity… Buy alcohol/cigarettes to pay respects sold at a local, family house near Maximon. Just ask a tuk tuk to take you to house, every year Maximon is moved to a secret location. Not to be missed.
Cerro de Oro - easy day hike. Arrange private boat.
Posada de Santiago - Hotel with swimming pool and lunch - walk in.

Getting to Santiago:
Take boat to San Pedro, then walk 20 minutes or take tuk tuk to the Santiago dock. Boats leave from there every hour, usually 15 past the hour, costs 30Q. *NB keep in mind the last boat leaves San Pedro at 5.30 pm, so you need to leave enough time to get to that dock. Or you can take a direct boat to Panajachel (30-35q) and boats from Panajachel to Maya Moon leave later - 6 and 7:30pm.
We can arrange a private boat to Santiago

Central tourist hub, great shopping, lots of restaurants, banks, moneygram, western union, ATM, place to catch shuttles and chicken buses. Ask at reception to book shuttles to most places in Guatemala.

Things to do in Panajachel:
Panajachel high street - a very good alternative if you’ve no time to go to Chichicastenango market.

Panajachel high street offers the best value of local artasania goods, much cheaper than Antigua.
Market : Take a tuk tuk 5q each to the colourful local market.

Abracadabra - Unique gift shop. On the high street towards the lake on the left hand side.

Butterfly Nature Reserve - 40Q entrance fee, monkeys and butterflies.
Nature Reserve : Two different ziplining options for additional fees. Take a tuk tuk from Panajachel to get there. 10q per person.

Hotel Atitlan - Go for lunch has beautiful gardens, parrots and peacocks. 40Q to get in but taken from lunch bill, take a tuk tuk from Panajachel.(10q per person.)The hotel is near the Nature Reserve, good day out. Great views.

Restaurants and cafes:
Cafe Loco - great coffee. On Calle Santander.
Jasmin - delicious food (including vegetarian selection) in beautiful setting. On Calle Santander.
Deli Llama del Fuego - same menu as Jasmin. Also on Calle Santander

Getting to Panajachel:
Boat 20Q From our private dock first boat at 6am then every 20 minutes.

Anfitrión: Maya

Se registró en enero de 2014
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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. Their house by the top raod entrance was originally a garage and the owners lived for a while in their camper van out front. The garage 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!
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 ag…
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