CALLED THE LAND OF ETERNAL SPRING, THIS LUSH CENTRAL AMERICAN COUNTRY IS RICH IN HISTORY WITH A MIXTURE OF MAYAN AND SPANISH INDIGENOUS PEOPLE.

EXPEDITION DETAILSEXPEDITION FAQS

Expeditioners will travel to a cluster of villages nestled in the beautiful mountains of the Polochic Region in the Senahu community, in the Highland region outside of Quetzaltenango, or in the Southern Coastal area.

TRAVEL DATES & REGISTRATION

SUMMER 2019

ARRIVAL: July 13, 2019 International flight arrival to La Aurora International Airport (GUA) BY 5pm local time.

DEPARTURE: July 21, 2019 International flight departure from La Aurora International Airport (GUA) at any time.

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CHRISTMAS 2019

ARRIVAL: December 28, 2019 International flight arrival to La Aurora International Airport (GUA) BY 5pm local time.

DEPARTURE: January 5, 2020 International flight departure from La Aurora International Airport (GUA) at any time.

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PRE & POST TRAVEL

Expedition participants are free to organize their own travel before or after the expedition, but they must attend orientation the first day of the expedition and depart from the village the final day of the expedition. READ THE FAQs >

EXPEDITION FEES

$1,095 + airfare per person. Includes food, accommodations, ground transportation, and project materials. A $300 deposit is required to reserve your reservation. *Participants must be at least eight (8) years old or older. FHe is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. 100% of the expedition fee is tax deductible and can be funded through donations.

Each expedition includes at least one village-driven building project in which everyone is welcome to participate. The project is generally a school, clinic, or water system and is directed by local masons and foremen using local materials. Other areas of focus include training programs centered around business development, education, and healthcare. We strive to adapt each training to the individual needs of each community.

Each expedition includes at least one village-driven building project in which everyone is welcome to participate. The project is generally a school, clinic, or water system and is directed by local masons and foremen using local materials. Other areas of focus include training programs centered around business development, education, and healthcare. We strive to adapt each training to the individual needs of each community.

Family Humanitarian participants will work side-by-side with villagers throughout the day enjoying cultural events in the process. Both camp-like accommodations with running water, electricity, cold showers, and common eating areas and Hotel/Guest House accommodations can be anticipated.  There will also be opportunities to explore local caves and pristine waterfalls.

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Guatemala is called the land of eternal spring and boasts a warm, tropical climate. The name Guatemala actually means "land of the trees" in the Maya-Toltec language. Guatemala is the poorest country in Central America.
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The official language of Guatemala is Spanish, but 21 distinct Mayan languages as well as several non-Mayan languages are also spoken here, particularly in the rural areas.
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Guatemala is known for its steep volcanoes, vast rainforests, and ancient Mayan sites. It is also home to the world famous Lake Atitlan.
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Guatemala invented the first ever chocolate, instant coffe, and blue denim. The Mayans were the first civilization to use the number 0.
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