Welcome to Cafe Tatin at Ak' Tenamit
Cafe Tatin is a pleasant spot to stop on the Rio Dulce while visiting the Livingston, Guatemala area. Cafe Tatin is a Sustainable Tourism School for students of the Maya tribes from the Ak' Tenamit school. Fresh fish is purchased daily from the local Livingston fishermen and you will be delighted with a home-cooked meal cooked and served by the students. Please stop by for a delicious meal and help support the Ak' Tenamit school.
After students are trained at Cafe Tatin on restaurant service basics, preparation and serving of menu items, they advance to continue their education at Buga Mama in Livingston, Guatamala. Buga Mama, meaning "Mouth of the River" is a tourist destination when exploring the Rio Dulce in Livingston, Guatemala. Stop by for refreshments or our delicious shrimp entrees!
This place enjoys the best location of any restaurant in town, and profits go to the Asociación Ak’ Tenamit.
There's a wide range of seafood as well as pasta and fajitas. All of the workers are trainees in a community sustainable tourism development program which enables them to continue individual growth as well as taking learned skills back to their rural villages.
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 Cafe Tatin, a cafe on the Ak’ Tenamit grounds, then transferred to Buga Mama to complete their training.
All proceeds from food and gifts purchased at Buga Mama are used to support the 500 students at Ak’ Tenamit to work toward a better life through education.
While boating past on the Rio Dulce in Livingston, Guatemala, don't forget to stop by and shop at our gift shop as well as enjoy our refreshing Lemonade. You won't be sorry that you stopped to help support these students. Stop by and support the Ak’ Tenamit students and have a delicious meal!
Purchase Gifts from Our Shop and Support a Student at Ak' Tenamit!
Purchase Authentic Mayan Handicrafts at Cafe Tatin
Our hand-crafted jewelry is created by Mayan artesans using polished stones and silver in the Mayan Tradition.
100% natural products (corn husks & banana stalks). Painted in the Mayan tradition using natural elements.
- Picture Frames
- Wine Bags
- Ornamental Bowls