Vendors from far and wide spread their tipico in the Bomberos parking lot every Tuesday and Friday. This is the place for wholesale (as-is), authentic handwoven goods. One of the best markets of its kind in Guatemala.
The market typically runs from about 8:30am to 3pm, but get there early for best selection.
Lake Atitlan’s only real health food store. Natural cleaning supplies, personal care products, and your favorite natural grocery brands, plus a large selection of bulk items. You’ll also find homemade products such as kombucha, cookies, sandwiches, and vegan treats.
Variety of grocery products, including some health and natural foods. Good selection of wine and liquor. Cleaning products, pet supplies, kitchen tools and some small appliances.
Open until 7pm Mon-Sat, and until 1pm on Sunday.
The best selection of imported grocery items at Lake Atitlan, including an excellent selection of wine and spirits. Deli with meats, cheeses, and freshly made sandwiches.
Two locations: The larger store is on the Calle Principal, up from The Palapa and across from Kodak. The smaller store is on Calle Santander, across from the public school.
Probably Panajachel’s largest paca. Downstairs are shoes and a large selection of dishes, glassware, cookware, and other household items. Upstairs are clothing and baby items such as strollers. You will also find toys, bicycles, and other sporting goods.
Chain chocolate shop offers a small chocolate museum, chocolate making workshops, and a large assortment of chocolate bars and truffles. You can even find chocolate-based skin and hair care products, chocolate liqueurs, and–yes–chocolate condoms.
Located under the Hotel Real Santander.
Open every day, from 11:00 AM to 8.30 PM
Small store front for the Solola ADIBE tofu factory carries tofu, soy ice cream (dairy free), skin and hair care products, and cookies.
Located about a block up from the parque central on 6a avendia.
Looking for small plastic items, bottle brushes, toothpicks, cheap kitchen tools, reading glasses, sunglasses, hair accessories, keychains, nail polish, cheap jewelry, underwear, school supplies, or other wonders of cheap Chinese production? Look no further.
Located about a block and a half down from the Pana market.
Co-located with Tropical Travel Association. Good selection of used books and a small selection of new books by local authors.
“Todo bajo un solo techo.”
An impressive assortment of items under one roof: wine and spirits, basic groceries, chocolate, electronics (chargers and headphones), watches, sunglasses, umbrellas, fans, cigars, and hula hoops.
Located on Calle Santander, across from the school and next to El Tikalito.