Dates: February 17-24, 2018
Step onto the sacred lands at the Mystical Yoga Farm on magical Lake Atitlan in Guatemala. Come with your mat, open your heart, and prepare to be empowered by Pachamama (Mother Earth). Soak in the refreshing healing waters of the lake that surround 3 ancient volcanoes on majestic Mayan grounds.
Be guided by recognized yogi guru Lisa Daugherty, and the lovely Danielle Wolter Nolan.
See more on the Mystical Yoga Farm – retreat location here: https://mysticalyogafarm.com/
Yoga, Standup Paddleboarding, legendary hiking magnificant volcanoes, self awakening, cacao ceremony, reiki sessions, thai massage, kirtan, healing, connection with nature, digital disconnect
– 3 beautiful vegetarian meals included daily home grown on site at the Mystical Yoga Farm.
– Free time to explore the rest of the lake and other cities
Receive a full detailed itinerary after making your initial deposit
Pricing does not include:
– Airfare costs
– Travel insurance (recommended)
– Costs getting to the Mystical Yoga Farm on Lake Atitlan
– Extra meals, spending money
There are ATMs at the airport, Antigua, Panajachel, and Santiago. It is often a better exchange rate at ATM’s outside of the airport.
No inoculations are required to enter Guatemala, but it is always best to talk to your doctor and check out the Center for
Disease Control’s website. For information about recommended vaccinations, please see our website: https://mysticalyogafarm.com/weather-health/
A typical day is between 70-80 degrees Fahrenheit during the day
and 50-60 degrees Fahrenheit at night. Rainy season is between May
and October. Mornings are typically always dry and beautiful, so enjoy waking up early!
About the Mystical Yoga Farm Retreat Center:
Drug and Alcohol free area
The Farm is drug and alcohol free. Anyone who violates this policy will be asked to leave immediately without a refund.
We have very limited wifi available at the Farm. We encourage limited use of electronic devices so that you can fully experience the serenity that the farm provides. Internet is available in Santiago, which is a five-minute boat ride across the lake.
The kitchen is for farm staff use only. If you have special dietary needs you are welcome to bring essential items with you. Nonrefrigerated storage space will be provided for these items. Food and beverages are not permitted in sleeping quarters. Three vegetarian meals are provided. Tea is available all day.
Laundry can be hand washed at the farm with biodegradable detergent, or if you prefer, you can get the boat or truck to town on days off and drop your laundry at a launderia.
We use composting toilets at the farm as a part of our contribution to our belief in permaculture and to limiting our footprint on this earth. We are excited to share these permaculture practices with you!
We have a boat that you can hire for private trips: Santiago 50Q, Pana 225Q, San Marcos 200Q,
$1395.00 per person based on shared occupancy
$1495.00 per person for private room
30% non refundable deposit is due now to secure your spot, full amount is due 60 days before the adventure!
30% at $418.50 for shared occupancy
30% at $448.50 for single or private occupancy
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions!