Nevena Mihajlov Cashew Tree Planted… Here’s your Certificate of Appreciation… Here’s a map to your Tree Here’s a badge you can place wherever you like to show the world you planted a Tree… Here’s the code to place that badge on your webpage… <a href=”https://buenascosas.org/nevena-mihajlov-cashew-tree-planted/” target=”_blank”><img title=”My Tree with Buenas Cosas in Peten Guatemala” src=”https://buenascosas.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/green-donor-2017-90×90.png” […]
An interesting initiative… https://mayawild.org The Maya chinampas are pretty interesting and so are the Maya Workshops. The Maya products Maya Wild is offering look interesting too :)
Our most recent Maya Chocolate workshop. Locally grown cacao from Peten Guatemala. We roast it in our Maya kitchen and then clean the chocolate nibs of their cacao bean husk. Once the cacao nibs are cleaned they’re ground on a stone metate with some awesome and authentic Maya ingredients – the result is Real Maya […]
Jobompiche is as magic as its name. Huge stands of bamboo groves, glass-flat crystal-clear blue water – home to a couple/three of the most exclusive resorts on lake, Peten Itza, but you’ll never know anyone else is on the lake. A short stroll down the single dirt road that cuts through the middle of this […]
San Miguel is a modern Maya village built over the top of the ancient Maya village and its pyramid of Tayazal. Local women selling Maya food down on the beach. Fine collection of local eateries and plenty of cold refreshments – including some pretty fancy rums. Check out the secret little Maya lagoon off the […]
dos Aguadas is small Maya village halfway through the jungle to Carmelita and the el Mirador / la Danta jungle trek. This little Maya village is your last stop if you’re headed to el Zotz and/or Uaxactun / Tikal on an overnight or three hike through the jungle of Peten. Excellent women’s group in this […]
Bikes are the most efficient machine ever created by the human race. Bikes are huge part of everything in the Maya communities we serve. 2017 will mark 5 years of planning and preparation to realize bicycle-based solutions to the travelers and volunteers, nature and the Maya communities we serve. With your help we will bring […]
Check out the new permaculture project across the lake in San Jose https://ladanta.org – they’re serving up credible sustainable social development in 3 Maya beach communities. La Danta Project only launched in January of 2016. La Danta Project is doing lots of great work with an excellent team of dedicated local families.