For lovers of bird watching and studies on wild birds on their natural environment, we have a place full of peace.
Our geographical location positions us as a privileged place where you can observe more than 125 species of birds, native and migratory, which includeBlack-billed Magpie, southern screamer, Toucanes, woodpeckers, spot-breasted orioles, northem mockingbirds, hummingbirds (different species), black and white hawks, cactus wren, Carib grackles, Great-tailed Grackles, Mexican Grackles, Chalis, Spotted Owls, Barn owls and many more.
We take you to our coffee plantations, harvest that takes place in the months of August to January. We show you the ancestral processes of pulping, drying, roasting and making an exquisite cup of gourmet coffee.
We take the opportunity to visit the rubber, macadamia and cocoa plantations. If you wish you can participate in the production process of each crop.
This natural space protects ecosystems, communities and species that deserve a special assessment due to their rarity, fragility and uniqueness. Inside this mountain, we have a viewpoint, a place where you can enjoy a magnificent sunset and nightfall.
Our tour begins at the reception of the Lodge, by means of a cart or on horseback we will carry you to the majestic national park of archaeology Takalik Abaj that means “standing stone” in Mayan language K'iche'. The ancient prehispanic city is located at the mouth of the southwestern coast of the country, in the township El Asintal, department of Retalhuleu at 199.5 kilometers from the capital city, at a height of 600 meters above sea level.
This city had its apogee during the Middle and Late Preclassic period (800 years BC to 200 years AD), has an area of 650 hectares (6.5 km2) settled on 9 natural terraces. It has 86 buildings, with more than 230 sculptures between monuments, stelae and carved altars, which show the convergence of four civilizations: Maya, Olmec, Barrigón and Local. This is one of the characteristics that makes it unique and interesting for Mayan culture lovers.Currently, it is classified as a ceremonial site of great importance for the Mayan civilization, where they go to perform Mayan ceremonies to request blessings of crops, family and important dates.
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Km 190.5 Carretera al pacífico Terraza 9 del Sitio Arqueológico, TAKÁLIK ABAJ RETALHULEU GUATEMALA4055 9831
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