Full Moon Celebration
- TRIBAL VILLAGE
- San Marcos La Laguna, Guatemala
- Dec 22 - 23, 2018 (2 days)
It's time to spread the CALL for our celestial human symphony!
FULL MOON CELEBRATION
- SACRED FIRE
- LIVE MUSIC
- HEALTHY FOOD
- TRADICIONAL TEMAZCAL after 2 a.m....
BOATS, DINNER, CACAO, COCONUTS, TEMAZKAL ...
- el despertar de la tribu - abrir corazón -
- conectar almas - elevarse juntos -
- total co-creation - family - unity -
Gather at 2 p.m.,
San Marcos, tourist dock, near national park.
Don’t miss the BOATS! It’s the only way to come.
"At tribal village you can really see the beauty of utopian ideas combining with ancient wisdom to create working and wonderful designs of collaboration. Love the parties, love the spirit of community and simply every little thing about the smart ways things are sorted out, immersed and encompassed by a very particular line of thinking. Here's to the familia and both fingers crossed that this great strive continues, broadening and deepending our understanding of tribal trust, true purpose and spirited cocreation!"
Venue HighlightsWake up at sunrise for a magnificent view of Lake Atitlan and welcome the morning with a group Yoga or Qi Gong class. We often have conscious workshops depending who are the co-creators staying with us at the time. For instance, Qi Gong, Acro Yoga, Sacred Water, Female Empowerment, Conscious Leadership, Sacred Geometry and Thai Massage are some of the recent offerings. During the evening musicians play guitar and drums and people can join in singing. Sometimes it’s Kirtan (devotional music) and sometimes original pieces depending on the musicians in the village at the time. Every Monday there will be a Sacred Song Circle where all San Marcos is invited! After dark we often build a fire and sing Kirtan and other songs around the fire. Sometimes hot cocoa is served. It’s wonderful to warm the feet by the fire, cuddle with your honey and sing together.
- Free Wifi
- Tour Assistance
- Yoga Studio
Menu/CuisineIn high season and during the week a breakfast is provided with lots of fruits and porridge. Lunch is prepared with love and joy and we will all eat together in the garden or in the terrace of the temple. For dinner you can prepare your own food or cooperate with other people using the community kitchen. In low season and during the weekends you can also prepare your own food in the community kitchen.
AccommodationsDormitory option, located in the Temple House on the second floor with an incredible view of the lake can welcome up to 10 people. According to availability, you can have a single bed or one bunk bed.
Temple room option, located in the temple house at ground level has 2 rooms with double beds and windows on the terrace with views of the lake.
Glamping tepee option, located at different locations in the Tribal Village, all have a lake view, they are brand new and are traditional Sioux models. They have a double bed with a mosquito net, a wooden trunk with a lock to put your stuff, and electricity.
Iglo tent option, for people who want more privacy than the dormitory and still have the cheapest option, we have few tents available.
We provide bed sheets, pillows, blankets and towel.
You will share dry toilets and shower with warm water in the area of the tepee or in the temple house.
When you arrive you are asked a deposit (100Q) for the towel and you’ll get it back when you leave.
DirectionsWe are located between San Marcos and San Pablo. The easiest way to get here is a 10 min tuk tuk from San Marcos (5-10Q). You can tell the driver to go to Tribal Village or El Mirador. You will get dropped off at the top of a big on a colorful garage with a painted mural and with a small “Tribal Village” sign next to the garage. Take the stairs down towards the lake.
You can also walk for about 25 minutes from San Marcos.
From Guatemala City Airport you can take a direct shuttle to Antigua (80-120Q) where you might have to spend a night, depending on your arrival time. From there you can take a shuttle with a travel agency to San Marcos (70-100Q) or to Panajachel. From Pana you will need to take a boat to San Marcos (20-25Q).