Learn how to stand up paddleboard in Lake Atitlan Guatemala with Canadian Expat, Marshall

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Expat Consulting Podcast
Learn how to stand up paddleboard in Lake Atitlan Guatemala with Canadian Expat, Marshall

Show Notes

Do you want to learn how to stand up paddleboard in Lake Atitlan Guatemala? I had the chance to interview Marshall, a Canadian expat who currently lives in Atitlan with his wife Annette. He’s a big fan of Latin American food and says that the weather is perfect year-round. Listen to my interview with Are we home yet? podcast episode 29 guest, Marshall, about fully enjoying expat life in Lake Atitlan Guatemala and running a Stand Up Paddleboard business.

Guatemala is a fascinating country to live in, both for its weather and its culture. The country has a thriving Aboriginal culture, and it is interesting to see how the indigenous people of Guatemala are still living in their ancestral ways. Living among their culture is quite an experience, and it is also fascinating to watch as they interact with the modern world. From a weather perspective, Guatemala is just a fantastic place to live, it’s called the land of Eternal Spring. The climate is perfect for those who love the outdoors, and there are plenty of activities to keep you busy. Whether you enjoy hiking, biking, or simply spending time in nature, you’ll find that Guatemala has something to offer. In addition to its great weather, Guatemala also boasts a rich cultural heritage. If you’re interested in learning about the country’s history and customs, you’ll be sure to find plenty of opportunities to do so. Whether you’re looking for an adventure-filled vacation or a peaceful place to call home, Guatemala is sure to please.

One of the most notable features of Guatemala is Lake Atitlan, a large lake in the southwestern part of the country. Lake Atitlan Guatemala was once voted one of the “Most Beautiful Lake in the world.” It is located in the Highlands of Guatemala, nestled amid mountains and volcanoes, and lush vegetation. Visitors to Lake Atitlan Guatemala can enjoy the stunning scenery, relax in the peaceful atmosphere, and explore the rich culture of the local people. Every year thousands of people come to experience its beauty for themselves. Lake Atitlan Guatemala is more than three miles long and up to a mile wide, with depths reaching over 1,000 feet and incredibly clear. Its shores are dotted with small villages, and its waters are home to many different kinds of fish. Lake Atitlan Guatemala is also a popular spot for kayaking, fishing, hiking, swimming, and thanks to Marshall, stand up paddleboarding, through his company Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) Atitlan.

Lake Atitlan Guatemala is one of the most beautiful places on Earth. But it’s not just the scenery that makes the beautiful Lake Atitlan Guatemala special. Lake Atitlan Guatemala is also home to a wide variety of wildlife, including rare species of fish, birds, and reptiles. In addition, the lake is an important cultural center for the Maya people. For centuries, the Maya have been drawn to Lake Atitlan for its spiritual power. Even today, many Maya pilgrims make the journey to the lake to offer prayers and sacrifices to the Gods. With its natural beauty and rich history, it’s no wonder that the beautiful Lake Atitlan Guatemala is considered one of the seven wonders of Guatemala.

If you want to know more insider knowledge about living in Lake Atitlan Guatemala and stand up paddleboarding, click this link to tune in to episode 29 of the Are We Home Yet podcast and hear more from Marshall!

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