Voucher is valid for a 5-day/4-night stay until December 31, 2021. In order to check availability or make your reservation, please contact Laguna Lodge directly at email@example.com. Please note that your request is subject to availability.
Please note the following blackout dates:
December 20, 2021 to January 10, 2022
Yes, all departures are considered private. Private departures offer more flexibility to travel when it suits your group and allows you the opportunity to travel in your own pack.
The closest international airport is in Guatemala City (GUA), which is approximately 90 miles and a 2.5 hour drive away. If you wish to arrange a private shuttle transfer, you can do so by contacting Laguna Lodge directly. Private transfers are typically $155 (for two people) each way. Prices may vary. For the more adventurous or budget-conscious, consider taking a bus to Panajachel (approximately 3.5 hours). The lodge is located in Santa Cruz La Laguna, a short boat ride from Atitlán’s hub town of Panajachel.
The Laguna Lodge Eco-Resort and Nature Reserve resides in Santa Cruz La Laguna, along the shores of Lake Atitlán. The lodge sits at the gateway to 100 acres of biodiverse land, with some of the last remaining old-growth forest in the region. The property’s inspiration and constitution comes from its natural surroundings, featuring thatched-palm, hardwood floors, volcanic rock, and adobe. The property and its rooms are adorned with fresh flowers, and afford panoramic vistas of the lake and volcanoes throughout. The Laguna Lodge is designed to give you the full freedom to relax and indulge on-site, as well as pursue exciting cultural and outdoor opportunities.
Your superior suite will be either a Tecun Uman or Pato Pac room. Each are 600-square feet, and will include private bath, private balcony, panoramic views, linens, bath robes, botanical toiletries, fresh floral arrangements, mini bar, and complimentary drinking water. Each room is thoughtfully decorated with fine woven textiles, artifacts, and artwork.
Only breakfasts are included, so you'll have flexibility with your meal choices. The lodge is home to Zotz, an award-winning restaurant, but restaurants, bars, food vendors, and stores will be widely available throughout Panajachel and the Lake Atitlán region.
Pack appropriately for the climate. The summer wet season lasts from May to October, and the winter dry season lasts from November to April. The climate is temperate, with generally warm days and cool nights, so consider bringing sun protection for days and layers for evenings.
It depends on your spending habits. Generally, it is suggested you allocate $20 USD per day to cover lunch, dinner, gratuities, and any souvenirs you might want to purchase.
We highly recommend purchasing travel insurance for all trips. Travel insurance allows you to seek reimbursement if you are forced to cancel your trip for unforeseeable reasons, or if you need to cover medical help, emergency transport, and/or theft or accidental damage while traveling. For travel insurance, we recommend VisitorsCoverage.
We recommend you visit the local government websites where you plan to travel and review the required documentation for entry, current restrictions, and general recommendations for travel within the area. We encourage you to also visit your home country's embassy website if you are traveling to a foreign country. Requirements can change rapidly. Please be sure you stay abreast of the requirements and restrictions for anywhere you plan to visit. You can also enroll in the U.S. government’s Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) and you will be sent updates if the situation in your destination changes. You can find the program link at https://step.state.gov/.
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