Exploring Guatemala by taking a trip with Senderos has benefits that reach much farther than you might expect — from the personal impact on individuals on the trip to the impact made on Guatemalan communities through your support, and on to the future as participants take what they learn and experience and continue to change the world.
Senderos works with your organization to create an experience that meets your goals. We work with churches, universities, civic groups, and private groups to form trips that can be personalized to highlight certain aspects of our work in Guatemala, such as women’s issues, music, early childhood education, and more. Tell us your gifts and passions and we will work to connect you. While our trips typically center on education and experience, these personalized trips can also have a component of service.
Cost: $1000-$1500 non-refundable Administration/Reservation Fee – to start planning and to reserve your dates.
$100 – $175 per person per day, depending on group size and accommodation preferences.*
• all food
• in-country transportation
• lodging in Guatemala
The rate does not include travel to and from Guatemala City, though we are happy to support you in making those arrangements. Group trips are generally considered eight to twenty people. Please feel free to get in touch if you would like to discuss options for a larger or smaller trip. For any other questions, please check out our FAQ, or feel free to drop a note to Sarah, our director.
Thank you for your interest in visiting Guatemala with us! Simply by coming on a trip with Senderos, you are supporting our work and our partners there, as a portion of your registration will go to fund these projects. We are grateful for your interest, and we look forward to knowing you better.
* For instance, a college or youth trip might include bunk-style rooms that hold several people, and other groups might prefer private rooms at hotels. Our trips generally include one homestay, and we ask that participants be flexible, given that we will be in a developing country and all amenities are not always available.