San Pedro La Laguna (Spanish pronunciation: [sam ˈpeðɾo la laˈɣuna]) is a Guatemalan town on the southwest shore of Lake Atitlán. For centuries, San Pedro La Laguna has been inhabited by the Tz'utujil people, and in recent years it has also become a tourist destination for its Spanish language schools, night life, and proximity to the lake and volcanos.
Restaurants in San Pedro La Laguna
5 based on 158 reviews
We are a local business from Santa Cruz la Laguna run by local family and want to show how to cook some of the best Guatemalan dishes
I loved spending time with Anita and my small group (there were just 4 of us total, which was perfect) learning about the history of San Pedro and about traditional Mayan/Guatemalan cooking. I would definitely recommend doing the cooking class, super easy to set up...MoreHrllo Mandav, Thank you for this beautful review you left for me. I really appreciate. Thank you very much. It was a pleasrue to have spent time with all of you. Anita
5 based on 118 reviews
Adventure Atitlan Tours is operated by a Tzutujil Mayan man born and raised in San Juan La Laguna, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. I am a licensed and authorized tour guide in Guatemala. I have been a tour guide nearly 10 years so my experience in Tourism guarantees my clients a unique trip on the lake and my country. We offer custom day and multi-day trips for individuals, couples, families, students and groups all over Guatemala. We provide cultural immersion and special tours such as Village Tours, Hikes to volcanoes and Mountains, visit to archaeological sites, Horseback riding, etc. Give us an opportunity to customize your trip.
Luis is a very personable and knowledgable tour guide. We enjoyed a day of touring around the lake villages, purchased great art and while my wife was getting a massgae Luis and I escaped on horseback for a ride through the village of San Pedro and out to the end of the peninsular.
4.5 based on 76 reviews
Best visited early in the morning before the crowds. Get ready for some amazing views, tons of song birds, wild flowers etc.
Don't forget to go for a swim in the lake, the water may feel a bit cold a first but then you get use to.
5 based on 334 reviews
Your base camp for exploring Lake Atitlan Guatemala. Choose from kayak excursions, hiking the Mountains surrounding the lake, or by private tour boat. You can find an adventure that suits your interest and level of activity. We are family friendly and ready to help you have a unique holiday experience.We specialize in offering experiences that will let you learn about the Mayan culture and meet many of the locals whom we have come to know. The Mayan people are very proud of their cultural past and they enjoying sharing their efforts to keep it alive and strong today. We can also help arrange a custom itinerary for all or part of your Guatemalan travels.We have started Los Elementos Adventure Center and Day Spay and Kayak Guatemala as a way of creating jobs for locals and supporting our non-profit Amigos de Santa Cruz. One of the big challenges of life in Guatemala is to improve the lives of the local people. Amigos de Santa Cruz is focused on improving the education and nutrition of the Mayan. We also support Mayan Medical Aid, which focus' on providing medical aid. Any tour or excursion you arrange will help support these non-profit organizations. Concierge service and all inclusive packages are our specialty. Custom and taylor made tours to your specific interests.
We booked a whole day of fun. Took a shuttle from Antigua and spent the day kayaking, cliff jumping in to the lake, doing archery, and hiked to the rock climbing site. It was a fabulous experience for my family. The guide alex was outstanding, and lee and his wife were very accommodating and wonderful. Such a beautiful place!! Thank you!
4.5 based on 96 reviews
The Guatemalan are very religious and this is notorious because of the number of churches, especially the Evangelicals, that exist in the country.
The most interesting of the older Catholic churches is the fact that they mix the native religions with the Catholic religious cult and the churches are a sample of this interesting mixture of cultures.
Churches like this one are a good example of the cultural mix.
5 based on 66 reviews
Learn how to cook your own guatemalan food (Pepian, jocon, rellenitos, mole, tamalitos...) acompanied with your tipical beverage (horchata, rosa de Jamaica, atol...) learn to grind corn to prepare your own tortillas and enjoy your food in our beautiful garden. Vegetarian and gluten-free recipes. Ask about our tours to the local market and the corn mill.
We spent an afternoon cooking from scratch a wonderful meal. Roll up you sleeves and get ready to cook. We had a lot of fun too. The entire team is friendly and delightful. Ines was is a great cook and teacher. Super family activity with...MoreThanks you very much. It was a pleasure to have you at the school, we would love to see some pictures of you making Pepian back at home. Loves. Ines
5 based on 18 reviews
The San Marcos Holistic Cottage is an excellent place to stop in and have a fabulous massage. We have a wide variety of massages and therapies available. We also provide great informative courses in Massage, Reiki, Kinesiology, Foot Reflexology, Bach Flowers and more... So plan some extra time to stay in San Marcos so you can learn with us, rebalance your energy, feel healthier and happier than ever!
I had to wait for about 20 minutes since the person before me "wasn't ready to leave." Hmmm. Anyway, Etai was an excellent masseuse. It was a little strange that before the massage, he had me shuffle a deck of Tarot cards and pick one. Each image was a "crop circle" geometric figure that had been found somewhere in the world. My card said "Obstacles" and I was to think about obstacles in my life during the massage. He started with visual imagery to relax me and proceeded into a terrific theraputic massage. Lovely scented oils and Indian music completed the experience.
4.5 based on 252 reviews
This is a very worthwhile trip while in Panajachel. You take a ferry across the lake, then it's a tough, steep, 4-hour climb through the rainforest to reach the summit (a wonderful viewpoint down to the lake and across to the wooded hills of the Guatemalan highlands.
However, as an early (6am) start is required, make sure (before handing over any money!) that your tour company will pick you up from your hotel in the morning. We used Adrenalina tours for our trip. Despite paying $54 each for our trip, they refused to pick us up at our hotel (the El Sol, 2km from the centre of Panajachel) because it was "too far" from their office in the centre. We had to organise our own tuk-tuk to take us to Adrenalina's office (at 5:45am in the dark!). When we got there, there was no-one to meet us, so we made our own way to the ferry terminal. Eventually Adrenalina's representative arrived at the ferry and we were on our way.
5 based on 48 reviews
5 based on 6 reviews
We offer a unique coffee tour. First a guide will walk you through coffee fields. All coffee is shade grown on small plots and handpicked. You will see how coffee is grown and in season witness harvesting. We then show you how coffee is being processed and roasted at our artesian plant and coffee roast lab. Add ons to the tour including coffee tasting, a chocolate tour etc are available.
We spent 3 months living in San Marcos and drank Shangri-La's amazing coffee daily. As someone who is a bit of a coffee snob I often find myself adding milk & sugar when drinking just average coffee but Tim's is SO smooth no additions are...MoreHappy to hear you enjoyed the coffee and the tour! Hope to see you again soon at lake Atitlan. Safe travels!
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