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Castillo de San Felipe
Guatemala

Ak Tenamit Logo Practical School GuatemalaLa Cueva del Pirata is owned and run by students from Ak’ Tenamit, a school built nearby that engages 500 students of the Mayan culture in educational activities such as agriculture and hospitality. The students are trained at La Cueva del Pirata, Buga Mama, Café La Buga and Café Tatin, a café on the Ak’ Tenamit grounds.buga mama restaurante ak tenamit students training as cooks

All proceeds from food and gifts purchased at La Cueva del Pirata are used to support the 500 students at Ak’ Tenamit to work toward a better life through education.

Welcome to La Cueva del Pirata Restaurant at Castillo de San Felipe

La Cueva del Pirata (The Pirate’s Cave) is located at the historic Castillo de San Felipe. The restaurant provides a casual environment serving high quality seafood, pizza, as well as many other dishes!

student restaurant castillo de san felipe restauranteLocated just a few minutes from the town of Río Dulce by boat, La Cueva del Pirata is situated on the water between the Rio Dulce and Lake Izabal.

The restaurant’s unique setting on a national park allows diners to choose from a wide array of foods before taking in the sights at the castle – a Guatemalan National Park.

All profits go to support Asociación Ak’ Tenamit, a locally-owned and operated social development organization. The restaurant staff – all students-in-training from Ak’ Tenamit’s vocational high school – graduates with a degree in sustainable tourism. Upon graduation, these empowered young people take their newly acquired skills back to the villages from which they came to help support their families and communities.

Stop by and support the Ak’ Tenamit students and have adelicious meal! This place enjoys the best location of anyrestaurant in town, and profits go to the Asociación castillo de san felipe canon Ak’ Tenamit

About the Castle:
At the Castle visitors can take a tour of the site, learning the rich history dating back to the sixteenth century. Demanded by the Spanish kingdom to protect its wealth in the region, the tour tells the story of piracy and sacking.

La Cueva del Pirata Restaurant

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