Service Learning Experience in Guatemala

Starting Price $2250 per person
Trip Duration 9 Days
Availibility All Year
Activity Level High level of fitness
  • Tour Antigua
  • Zip lining
  • Parque Central
  • Reforestation and water preservation project
  • Homestay with rural local families
  • Multi-day trek
  • San Pedro La Laguna
  • Tour a local coffee plantation
  • Jump into the lake off a 20 foot platform
  • Explore and shop at Panajachel
What To Expect

Guatemala is a unique and mystical destination that awaits travelers from all over the world. We will meet and work with indigenous communities, focusing on immersion and cultural integration. We will discover the secrets of the ancient Mayan people and their modern-day lifestyles. Enjoy local Latin cuisine, practice our Spanish, and so much more!

Educational Benefits

Ancient Mayan culture is woven into the modern fabric of Guatemala, offering a more diverse and unique modern population compared to other more touristy Central American countries.


Student trip itineraries are completely customizable for your group, desires, and needs.

Daily Itinerary

Day 1 - Travel to Guatemala

Drive to Antigua, in the shadow of Volcano Agua.

Day 2 - Antigua

Guided walking tour of Antigua. Take in the stunning colonial architecture, intact ruins from earthquakes and volcanoes over the years. Afternoon zip lining tour through rainforest canopy.

Days 3 - 8 - Community Service & Homestay

The remainder of our trip will be spent immersed in our local rural community. WE will aid daily in a community reforestation and water preservation program through a locally run NGO. After hard mornings and afternoons of work, we will have the opportunity to visit with school children, take Spanish lessons, learn the arts and crafts of the local community, authentic cooking classes, and even spend the night at local families homes for homestays if desired.

Day 9 - Homeward Bound

Board our group flight home, excited to see our families and friends after an amazing trip to Guatemala.

  • Airfare
    Roundtrip group airfare to Guatemala
  • Bus
    Private coach bus as needed for duration of tour
  • Community
    Camp at local communities during our trek through the country
  • Homestay
    Enjoy an authentic home stay with a rural Guatemalan family
  • Hotels
    Centrally located, student friendly, 3* minimum, acclaimed hotels

Three meals a day included in tour. Meals at our local community are prepared with international students’ safety as the core focus of all meals, sufficient for all appetites.

Meet Our Leaders
Ryan Maguire
Did you know?

Guatemala has the largest collection of UNESCO heritage sites in Latin America.

Places You’ll Visit


Welcome to Guatemala!


Tour the former Guatemalan Capital.


Head to a remote village near the city of Xela.