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We are located in the small town of Tzununa, on the shore of Lake Atitlan. Tzununa is a Kaq'chikel Maya town, where traditional dress and the Kaq'chikel language are a vibrant part of everyday life. In our small valley town you hear the sounds of the morning corn mill grinding corn for the day's tortillas, men tending to their coffee plots and milpas, and children playing in the roads and fields. Tzununa is also home to a small community of ex-pats seeking alternative and regenerative lifestyles. Having lived here since 2010, Shad and Colleen are a part of the community and admire and respect the knowledge and integrity of their friends and neighbors. Atitlan Organics always aims to integrate local knowledge and wisdom into our outlook and practices, combining the best of the old wisdom with the emerging new paradigms of today
Paj N Oj, Tzununa
Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
FARM TOUR: Mondays at 10:00. Suggested donation Q50
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How to get Here
For Course Participants: We are located 3.5 - 4.5 hours from La Aurora International Airport in Guatemala City. Public shuttles run several times a day from the airport or Antigua to Panajachel, the main town on Lake Atitlan. From “Pana,” you will take a lancha (boat) to Tzununa, about a 30 minute ride. Get off at the public dock in Tzununa and grab a tuk tuk (small three-wheeled car) to the Bambu Guest House.
Alternatively, you can take a private shuttle direct from the airport or your hotel to the Bambu Guest House.
We are happy to help arrange your in-country transportation. Just let us know your travel plans and how we can help.
For Tour Guests: Head over to Tzununa on Mondays to check out Atitlan Organics and our sister farm, Granja Tz’ikin. Grab a tuk tuk from San Marcos or the dock of Tzununa and tell them you are going to Granja Tz’ikin (“zee-keen”). The tour starts at 10:00.