things to do in Santiago
You can still enjoy yourself despite a few of our amenities being unavailable at this time due to covid-19. The lakefront palapa is available for you to rest and spend the day reading, sipping coffee or a cocktail, and enjoying the ever-changing light around Volcán San Pedro. Relax in your casita's garden or have some hang time on the hammocks. End the evening seated around a fire, watching as fishermen make their journeys home among a setting sun.
For the active traveler, there is a private community solar-heated swimming pool and hot tub, a propane gas heated wood-fire dry sauna & electric steam bath with eucalyptus oil vapor.
Canoes, kayaks, paddle boat bicycles are also available at no extra cost.
Unfortunately, these wonderful amenities that we offer will not be available until Covid-19 precautions are lifted. We'd like to get back to normal as soon as possible! Please do your part to stay safe and keep others safe--wear a mask while in public spaces and stay 1.5 meters apart.
Our community thanks you for your support and cooperation!
Explore the beautiful and historic town of Santiago on your own.
Visit the Catholic Church, constructed in 1472. Fr Stanley Rother was beatified in late 2017. He is the first American born Catholic Martyr.
The Market is a lively center, full of colors and sounds. There is a daily market but the main one is Friday. Sunday and Tuesday are also well attended.
Maximon, a drinking and smoking Mayan/Catholic deity is something you will only experience here.
Gallery Row--Paintings, wood sculptures and intricate tropical hardwood boxes, hand-woven, and embroidered textiles, as well as a variety of craft market items from all over the country.