December 1–9, 2018

Travel to the Guatemala Highlands in search of cultural connections between the Maya, who call this home, and the Hopi clans, who date back more than 4,000 years in the American Southwest. This is an extraordinary opportunity to visit present-day Tz’utujil, K’iché, and Kaqchiquel—Maya communities in the highlands of Guatemala. Engage with Maya and Hopi scholars as they compare cosmologies, rituals, and agricultural practices. Shaman-led Second Harvest ceremonies celebrate the rich Maya culture.

Highlights

  • Witness Shamans and ceremonies surrounding Second Harvest.
  • Learn about indigenous agricultural practices.