Cozy Lakeside Cabin
This cute cabin is at the lake shore, in a quiet peaceful area. Ideal for a couple or a single person. Off the grid with a solar lamp, dry composting toilet and solar shower. The dock next to the cabin is great for jumping in the lake, swimming, stargazing, sunbathing and waiving to catch boats passing. To get to the cabin tell the boat capt. you are going to Pasajkap to the wide dock with a tree in the middle. If coming form Pana it's 40 min. or 4 min from San Marcos.
This one of a kind little cabin sits on the shores of lake Atitlan, in Pasajcap, between San Marcos and Tzununa. It is a four minute boat ride from either of these villages. It is totally off the grid, which means there is no electricity and no fridge. The kitchen is equipped with the basic necessities for cooking. There is a dry composting toilet and solar shower outside. The cabin is surrounded in a beautiful edible garden with plenty of herbs and local fruits, depending on the season. There is a kayuko or traditional wooden canoe on site that is For grocery and food shopping the closest market is in San Pedro, Panajachel offers more international options, but San Marcos also has several stores in the central park that offer pretty much anything you can need and several veggie stands with fruits and vegetables.
Accès des voyageurs
There is a unique land access through the Tzan Kumiba'l reserve, where you may enjoy a fantastic 80 degree hike. For easy and fast access, you can easily get to our property by boat. Boats pass by every 20 minutes during day hours From panajachel or from san Marcos. Private boat service is available up on request. Easy to access all lake villages from our dock by boat. Only 4 minutes to San Marcos
Échanges avec les voyageurs
This is a special location, people like both the privacy and the opportunity for interaction. We have a spacious dock and pebble beach with stones of different sizes. Water shoes are a good idea to bring! You can jump of the dock to pristine water for swimming. You can also use the Maya canoe called Cayuco and enjoy close by adventures.
You need to bring candles for your first night, bring as many as you wish, in all shapes and sizes. People find candle light nights to be a great asset and enjoy many candles lit at the same time. We need to be mindful because the cabin is made of stones, but it also includes parts made of
wood and section of the roof is made of palm leaves.
You may buy regular candles in San Marcos. Remember to bring food for the first night and day so you may chill out and enjoy the beauty around you before going shopping to San Marcos or the heath food store or market in San Pedro.
Another thing we expect guests to bring is their toiletries including toilet paper. We provide drinking filtered rain water, clean sheets, warm covers and towels, also kitchen towels. The kitchen has all you need for cooking!
You can stroll the garden and pick herbs and medicinal plants depending on the month of your visit you may enjoy jocotes and dragon fruits, nisperos (low quats), lemons, eatable herbs and berries.