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Yoga & Hike Atitlan

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Yoga & Hike Atitlan

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Yoga & Hike Atitlan

Hike & Yoga

Atitlán, Guatemala

New date: Friday 1st June – Monday 4th June 2018

 

It’s at the Atitlán’s Lake, where the world stops. It’s a microcosm in the heart of Guatemala, that will give you one of the best trips you can dream of. Surrounding the lake, the Mayan culture coexists within 12 towns that emerge from the shore, along with 3 volcanoes.

 

Duration: 4 Days, 3 Nights

 

Starting point: Guatemala City

 

Level: Intermediate

 

Hike

Our aim is to hike up to 3,030 meters above sea level in San Pedro. This promises spectacular sceneries and views above the great lake of Atitlán. The trekking is moderate-difficult.

 

Yoga

4 days of yoga, meditation and relaxation in a wonderful place. This is an exceptional trip of exploration, moving from our internal stillness, towards the creative expression, as we get familiarized with the ritual of a unique culture. We use ancient yoga techniques, including mantras, mudras, and kriyas, to free our bodies, open our hearts, and unlock the creativeness and personal alignment.

 

Yoga instructors: Aaron Shambhalla & Alejandro Lozano

 

Friday

Volaris flight: 9:00 am arrives to Guatemala at 11:00 am

 

11:00 am – Transport to Atitlán from the airport.

2:30 pm – Arrival to Atitlán and transport on boat.

3:00 pm – Arrival to hotel and lunch.

6:00 pm – Introduction.

6:30 pm – Yoga practice.

8:00 pm – Meditation.

8:30 pm – Dinner and gear check.

 

Saturday

Intermediate-level hike

3 hours hike up on a steep hill, and 2 hours down

 

7:00 am – Departure from Villa Sumaya hotel.

8:00 am – Arrival to park.

8:20 am – Beginning of hike.

The ascent takes 3-4 hours. It’s calculated to reach the crater at 12:00 pm. Here, there will be time to rest, have lunch and take pictures.

01:00 pm – Beginning of a 2.5-hour descent, to the park. Transport back to the hotel.

4:00 pm – Arrival to the hotel.

 

You can book massages

6:00 pm – relaxation

8.00 pm – Dinner

 

Sunday

7:30 am – Yoga practice and meditation

Shower

10:00 am – Breakfast

12:00 pm – Studio

Break

3:00 pm – Lunch

5:00 pm – Mandala meditation

6:00 pm – Restorative practice and meditation

Shower

8:30 – Dinner

 

Monday

Flight back: Interjet 4:00 pm

7:00 am – Practice

9:00 am – Breakfast

10:00 am – Transport on boat

10:30 am – Transport to Guatemala’s airport

1:30 pm – Flight

 

 

INCLUDES:

 

  • Food (breakfast, lunch, dinner, hike lunch)
  • Transport – to and from the airport
  • Transport on boat
  • Sauna
  • Guides
  • Yoga
  • Lodging at hotel
  • Donation

 

DOESN’T INCLUDE:

 

  • Snacks and extras
  • Personal equipment
  • Airplane ticket

 

1 June

4 April

4 days

Guatemala

16

Difficulty level: 2Difficulty level:Medium

  • For the Hike:
  • • Fleece jacket
  • • Raincoat
  • • Windbreaker
  • • Trekking tennis or hiking boots
  • • Lamp
  • • 1 Bottle of water
  • • Snacks: nuts, crackers, energy bars. We will provide extra snacks
  • • Trekking pants, leggings (avoid denim)
  • • Sunblock
  • • Hat for the cold
  • • Hat for the sun
  • • Sunglasses
  • For yoga:
  • • Jogging outfit
  • • Tennis shoes
  • • Socks
  • • Bathing suit
  • • 3 yoga outfits
  • • Change of clothes (for dinners)
  • • Yoga mat (if you want to avoid this, there are yoga mats available at the hotel)
  • • Casual clothes (for travelling, the airport, etc)

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    Alberto

    “Its basically all about community. About sharing experiences to benefit a larger amount of people and the environment that provides for us. That’s what I learned on our Mixteca journey through Oaxaca. I came close to the people that live off the land and went home with a different and broader understanding of the region and its culture. Oh, and by the way, the views are jaw dropping.”

    1 June

    4 April

    4 days

    Guatemala

    16

    Difficulty level: 2Difficulty level:Medium

    • For the Hike:
    • • Fleece jacket
    • • Raincoat
    • • Windbreaker
    • • Trekking tennis or hiking boots
    • • Lamp
    • • 1 Bottle of water
    • • Snacks: nuts, crackers, energy bars. We will provide extra snacks
    • • Trekking pants, leggings (avoid denim)
    • • Sunblock
    • • Hat for the cold
    • • Hat for the sun
    • • Sunglasses
    • For yoga:
    • • Jogging outfit
    • • Tennis shoes
    • • Socks
    • • Bathing suit
    • • 3 yoga outfits
    • • Change of clothes (for dinners)
    • • Yoga mat (if you want to avoid this, there are yoga mats available at the hotel)
    • • Casual clothes (for travelling, the airport, etc)

    ¿Quieres organizar una salida privada?

      Travelling for a cause

      Take a chance on earth

      Todos los destinos de Chance to Challenge tienen una causa asignada. Lo que significa que al viajar con nosotros, parte de tu aporte económico es destinado específicamente a un proyecto destinado a la conservación de la flora, fauna o comunidad que visitas.

      Más causas

      Challenger Stories

      Testimoniales

      Alberto

      “Its basically all about community. About sharing experiences to benefit a larger amount of people and the environment that provides for us. That’s what I learned on our Mixteca journey through Oaxaca. I came close to the people that live off the land and went home with a different and broader understanding of the region and its culture. Oh, and by the way, the views are jaw dropping.”