Zoo Mazcota, located a few blocks up past the Pana market, provides what’s called a “Pet Passport” (Trámite de exportación de mascota). The person to see is Miguel De León Regil and he’ll get the correct paperwork and official stamps from Guatemala City in order to fly with your pet.
Emergencies, phone 4769-4454
SPAnajachel is most likely Guatemala’s only sugaring hair removal studio. Superior to waxing in every conceivable way, SPAnajachel offers expert services at reasonable prices. The bad jokes and iffy Spanish are complimentary. Direct message for appointment. Across from Residenciales, under Casa de Arte.
Mayan Families is a nonprofit operating in the Highlands of Guatemala, working to provide opportunities and assistance to the indigenous and impoverished people through education and community development.
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.
We have been serving great coffee to locals and visitors in Panajachel, Guatemala since 2000. We source all of our coffee beans from local farms in Guatemala and roast weekly in-house. Stop by for a cup of coffee, homemade pastry, and a great conversation.
9am-1pm; 3pm-7pm. Closed Sun-Mon