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  • Lake Atitlan Guatemala (map)

Join us for this exceptional trip to Guatemala (called by the Mayas “Guatemaya”) for celebrations of Wayeb the last month of Mayan Haab calendar. Wayeb month is special because it last for only 5 days, and is considered a transition period, for the traditional Mayan world, it is a time of abstraction, introspection, reflection, meeting with our inner being...Wayeb is a period of resurgence and going through this period consciously is a work of awareness that will charge you for the whole year to come. The celebrations are filled with art, music, traditional food, mayan prayers, fire ceremonies and visits to sacred mayan powers spots by the Lake Atitlan.

Lake Atitlán is renowned as one of the most beautiful lakes in the world. Aldous Huxley famously wrote of it in his 1934 travel book Beyond the Mexique Bay: "Lake Como, it seems to me, touches on the limit of permissibly picturesque, but Atitlán is Como with additional embellishments of several immense volcanoes. It really is too much of a good thing."

Program of the trip includes:

Participation in Wayeb celebrations, trips to mayan sacred sites and power spots, cacao ceremony, mayan sweat lodge, mayan traditional revitalisation massages, private aura cleaning sessions and mayan signs studies, mayan yoga - everything to help you get deep into the ancient knowledge of the Mayans.

Our guides in the land of Mayas will be Tata Pedro Cruz and his daughter Marina Cruz

Price: $1800 + flight to Guatemala

To register or ask questions, please contact Aneta at

Tata Pedro Cruz bio:

Tata Pedro is one of the founders of the Unification of Ancestral Wisdom festival in Tikal, Guatemala. These festivals have brought together the fragmented Mayan descended tribes throughout Guatemala to promote the oral traditions, rituals and culture of the ancient Mayans and to share this wisdom with the world. He has expanded the festival by including ancestral wisdom from other cultures around the world. Tata Pedro recognizes the interconnectedness of all people, the expanding consciousness of the planet, and the urgent need to unify our spiritual, cultural and ethnic wisdom for the benefit of the planet and humanity. He is known for his phrase, “No matter what happens, everything with love!