About.

Tuq'tu'quilal es un centro de impacto recién nacido en su estado pionero, con infraestructura muy basica. Abrimos nuestras puertas en enero de 2016, y trabajamos con comunidades Mayas. Tuq'tu'quilal significa "paz" en Keq'chi Maya, y va servir como centro educativa de la vida regenerativa que transforma individuos y comunidades proveyendo educación y modelos replicables de permacultura, tecnologia apropriada, y liderazgo de juventud.  Lanquin es un pueblo Maya Keq'chi con bellezas naturales espectaculares como las cascadas Semuc Champey, piscinas de calle, y cuevas subterráneas.

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Bookings.

Free / Work-Trade

Bioconstruction and permaculture volunteer

4月 30 - 12月 31, 2019Minimum stay: 30 nightsMaximum capacity: 2 people
Food included
The Impact center is situated on stunningly beautiful land. We have property on the river, forest and great views. We have a solar shower and eco toilets with landscape views. You will stay in a bamboo shelter with a tent insides, amazing views from your tent and all the basics that you will need for a jungle stay.
We need help building cabanas, finishing an ecohome and general assistance.
$15/night

Private Cabanita

2月 28 - 12月 31, 2019Minimum stay: 2 nightsMaximum capacity: 2 people
Food Not Included
We have cabanas, cabanitas and shelters with beds, pillows ,sheets and towels. The views from all are stunning. We have solar showers and eco toilets also with lovely views. This is a place to stay away from the crowd in an fledgling Impact Center about to grow. You will be able to visit Semuc Champey, tube the river with us and hang out around the fire, by the river or even in the 45 year old cacao sanctuary. At the same time you will be immersed in an environment that is based around permaculture and Bioconstruction as well as land regeneration, cacao, turmeric and copal processing. There will be time to get to know the local family that looks after the 56 acres, and get an unforgettable experience.
$90/person

Organic Fertilizer workshop

5月 24 - 5月 26, 2019
Food included
*¿Cómo producir cultivos sanos libres de agro-químicos?*

Este Taller brindará las herramientas para iniciar o fortalecer las producciones orgánicas de cultivos. Se brinda una Introducción a la agro-ecología y la producción orgánica de cultivos, y la importancia de “cultivar” suelos. Priorizando el suelo como el aspecto más importante en la agricultura y viéndolo como un ente lleno de vida.

*DIRIGIDO A:*
Agricultores orgánicos, agro-ecólogos, profesionales en agronomía, biología y carreras afines, estudiantes, organizaciones campesinas, permacultores, personas interesadas en iniciar una huerta familiar o una finca orgánica.

*CONTENIDOS:*
1. El suelo como un ente vivo
2. Microorganismos de montaña activados
3. Abonos orgánicos (Compost & Bokashi)
4. Biofermentos (Bioles)
5. Extractos botánicos para el control de plagas y enfermedades
6. Caldos minerales (Mixtura sulfocálcica & Caldo bordelés)

*FACILITADOR:*
Johnny Castro Pérez, originario de Costa Rica, estudiante e instructor de procesos formativos en la agro-ecología y la agricultura orgánica.

*FECHAS:*
Del viernes 24 de mayo al domingo 26 de mayo

*INVERSIÓN:*
Q650 por persona, incluye alimentación, hospedaje y diploma de participación.

*UBICACIÓN:*
Tuqtuquilal, San Agustín Lanquín, Alta Verapaz, GUATEMALA

*ORGANIZAN:*
Tuqtuquilal
Iyiwäk Esencial

Para más información escribir a infotuqtuquilal@gmail.com
Teléfono: (+502) 5492 9280 / (+502) 4508 2082 o al whatsapp (+502) 5879 4114
$45/night

Private Cabana

5月 01 - 12月 31, 2019Minimum stay: 2 nightsMaximum capacity: 6 people
Food Not Included
We have cabanas, cabanitas and shelters with beds, pillows ,sheets and towels. The views from all are stunning. We have solar showers and eco toilets also with lovely views. This is a place to stay away from the crowd in an fledgling Impact Center about to grow. You will be able to visit Semuc Champey, tube the river with us and hang out around the fire, by the river or even in the 45 year old cacao sanctuary. At the same time you will be immersed in an environment that is based around permaculture and Bioconstruction as well as land regeneration, cacao, turmeric and copal processing. There will be time to get to know the local family that looks after the 56 acres, and you can learn about the processing of cacao , turmeric and Copal.
$12/night

Shared cabana

5月 01 - 12月 31, 2019Minimum stay: 1 nightsMaximum capacity: 4 people
Food Not Included
We have cabanas, cabanitas and shelters with beds, pillows ,sheets and towels. The views from all are stunning. We have solar showers and eco toilets also with lovely views. This is a place to stay away from the crowd in an fledgling Impact Center about to grow. You will be able to visit Semuc Champey, tube the river with us and hang out around the fire, by the river or even in the 45 year old cacao sanctuary. At the same time you will be immersed in an environment that is based around permaculture and Bioconstruction as well as land regeneration, cacao, turmeric and copal processing. There will be time to get to know the local family that looks after the 56 acres, And learn about the processing of cacao, turmeric and Copal.

Key Stats.

Year founded

2016

Size of project site

3 hectares

Languages spoken

  • English
  • Spanish
  • Keq'chi

People on site

6 - 15

Dry season

January to March

Wet season

April to December

Living Conditions.

Sleeping

  • hammocks
  • shared rooms
  • tent camping
  • private room

Vegetarian Food

  • communal kitchen access
  • communally cooked meals
  • over 80% locally sourced
  • restaurant on site

Internet

  • slow: emails only

Ongoing classes

  • permaculture
    1-2 times per week

Opportunities

Tuq Tu'Quilal is currently offering the following opportunities:

  • PermaculTURE DESIGNER
  • COMMUNITY OUTREACH COORDINATOR
  • Infrastructure coordinator
  • cook
  • volunteer coordinator

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