Imagine watching the sunset melt into the teeming jungle from atop the mighty ruins of Tikal, kayaking through the blue waters of Lake Atitlán, helping Mayan families with critical community service, and examining the market in Chichicastenango. You can do all of this and more in Guatemala. From the archaic, colonial streets of Antigua to the towering volcanoes near the capital city, Guatemala is a traveler’s paradise and is an obvious choice for students interested in learning Spanish through meaningful community service. Get excited about the rich culture and natural beauty Guatemala has to offer and join us on this memorable adventure.

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Overview


Population: 17,245,346
Language(s) Spoken: Spanish, Regional Mayan Languages

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Country Highlights


Check out some of the possible featured experiences of your coming adventure! Each customized itinerary is unique, but these are just a few of the activities which may be available during your program.

Immerse yourself in the local language and culture by staying with a host family

Soar through the jungle canopy on a zip line adventure

Swim and kayak the beautiful waters of Lake Atitlán

Contribute to sustainability efforts on a conservation project

Enjoy delicious Guatemalan cuisine in a cooking class

Relax at a lakeside retreat on Lake Atitlán

Learn about Mayan cultural traditions

Hike the Pacaya volcano outside of Antigua

Tour the Mayan metropolis of Tikal with a local guide

Visit a monkey sanctuary

Contribute to a local community by working on a service project

Learn about history and chocolate in Antigua

My daughter’s experience in Morocco was extraordinary!! I really enjoyed seeing the pictures and hearing the stories about her adventures, but what brought me the most joy was the relationships she formed with the chaperones from her school and with Stafford and Said (Walking Tree’s Moroccan Country Directors and Program Leaders). She spoke of their characters and spirits which let me know these wonderful people went over and beyond the basics of the program. I am forever grateful for the love and care all four of you gave to her.

Beddar
Parent of Jadah, traveler on Morocco Cultural Journey

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