Thank you for showing interest in our Lake Atitlan Retreat in Guatemala. We look forward to this pilgrimage to the ancient land of the Mayans. Our Lago Atitlan Guatemala Retreat is booking up and we encourage you to reserve your spot with$1008, and the full amount ($1,200.00) no later then January10, 2018. Once you have reserved we will will be send periodic emails with travel tips and other interesting information. Call/text: 631-355-1855
Beautiful accommodations overlooking Lake Atitlan. Transportation from Guatemala International Airport or Antigua Guatemala within the given day and time Three amazing locally sourced meals, Excursions to traditional Mayan culture villages around the lake, and visits with artisans offering textiles, weaving, beading, painting, and clay works. We will have a boat and guide to take us each day to a mayan villages, markets, hikes, and more. We will send an itinerary in January. To view the Villa Sumaya website click here: www.villasumaya.com
Airfare, extra excursions, Spa treatments, alcohol beverages are not included .
"It's impossible to say what wakes me each morning of the week I spend at Villa Sumaya retreat center in Guatemala, but it's never my alarm. As I emerge from sleep, I let my eyes soak up the view before me, out the wide-open balcony door overlooking Lake Atitlan and her guardian volcanoes. Yet another day of mindfulness in this potent, precious place awaits. Lago de Atitlan, in the western highlands of beautiful Guatemala is known as an energy vortex. " ~Rachel Zurer
Rooming selections at Villa Sumaya.
Lotus House hosts six rooms with two rooms on each of the three floors, all gracefully appointed rooms with private baths and stone showers that offer stunning lake view balconies or glorious garden patios. Tara Temple is on the top floor. Lotus House is easily accessible to all of Villa Sumaya’s amenities.
(POSSIBLE TRIPLE OPTION)
The lake water is 73degrees year round. We will be able to SUP, kayak, and swim!
Contact us: email@example.com or call/text: 631-355-1855
El SALVADOR 2017