Welcome to ‘Villa Tahiti’ a tree-top high surf shack, located 5 minutes-walk from El Paredon beach, on the west coast of Guatemala. An ideal tropical hideaway for you to enjoy the simple barefoot lifestyle.
The villa is part of Las Olas, a small Surf & Wellness community that offers surf lessons (one-to-one and groups), surfboard rentals, drop-in yoga classes and friendly local vibes.
During your stay, discover El Paredon’s endless coastline with its breathtaking sunrises and epic sunsets. For the more active types, there is plenty to do, from surfing, yoga, kayaking, wakeboarding, fishing and exploring the nearby mangroves.
Come and enjoy a small piece of paradise. Jump on one of the regular shuttles to El Peradon from Guatemala City (3hrs), Antigua (2hrs) or Panajachel at Lake Atitlan (3hrs).
See You Soon & Sunny Blessings! Book Here
Simple living accommodation, 5 minutes walking distance to the beach:
- 25m2 cabana, top floor double room, sleeps 2 Max (1 king size bed)
- Open chill out area with large dining table on the ground floor, perfect for yoga.
- Shared kitchen facilities (incl. cooker and fridge)
- Shared shower and toilet facilities
- Large shared garden
- No WIFI provided (Keeping it simple, connecting with nature instead :)
PRICE: 200Q or $25 per night. Min 2 days and Max 2 weeks stay.
EXTRA ACTIVITIES (on request): Surf lessons (1 -1 and Groups), Surfboard rentals, Kayaking, Wakeboarding & Fishing trips. Book here.
Q & A
How to get to El Paredon.
If you are flying into Guatemala, we recommend you stay in the historical town of Antigua, about 1hr from Guatemala City Airport. Somos is a good reliable clean hostel where you can book and stay: www. Somoshostal.com. From there you can travel on to El Pardon, there is a direct shuttle that can be arranged from the hostel or other travel agents in town. If you are travelling from Lake Atitlan, you can get a direct shuttle from Panajachel at Selina Hostel via Pacifico Surf Transport, bookings via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Climate & Weather around El Paredon
El Paredon has a tropical climate.The average annual tempature is 27C.
You will need a current passport for your trip to Guatemala, 6 months valid after your travel to the country. Most nationalities do not require tourist visas and will be given a 90-day stay upon entry (although proof of travel OUT of the country may be necessary). Please check if your country needs a visa.
In general drink water needs to be purchased, but it is safe for showering and other necessities.
Money / Cash / Credit Cards
There is NO cash machine in El Paredon. Best you get cash from a bank in Guatemala, Antigua, or a main town near the Lake Atitlan. Guatemalan Quetzales (GTQ) are accepted at Las Olas, for paying for any services or extras you may purchase there. El Paredon businesses generally mainly accept cash, although some do take credit cards. Best you come with enough cash for your stay.
There is NO Wi-Fi access throughout the property. If you really need it, we recommend that you buy a local SIM, depending on your intended use. There are a number of networks to choose from. TIGO provides the best coverage.
Guatemala uses standard American outlets.
Please consult your doctor regarding immunization. We recommendations using mosquito repellant to help prevent to be bitten.