This little posada is truly special - as is the village of Chaculá. I come here once a year for work and it is a treat that I look forward to year round. This is a village of refugee-returnees in the northern corner of Huehuetenango, and is one of the most peaceful wonderful places I've ever been!
The Posada is rustic - no electricity, but this is a blessing in disguise - eating dinner by firelight and hearing the amazing life stories of the villagers who run the inn is a real treat (especially if they bring their guitars and sing!) On a clear night you can see the milky way and if you're lucky, a lightning store across the border in Chiapas Mexico. The Posada also offers excursions to local landmarks, such as Mayan ruins, cenotes (sinkholes), and Laguna Brava.
A special, special place. Come ready to relax and to learn a lesson about resilience and hope.More