Stunning Guatemala is fabulous for families seeking cultural immersion, incredible scenery, and fulfilling service.
Highlights include colonial Antigua, Pacaya Volcano, Lake Atitlan, the Mayan ruins of Tikal, and the colorful markets of Chichicastenango.
Make your trip meaningful by helping build a home for a family.
Guatemala offers a lot in a small space: volcanoes, lakes, colonial towns, colorful markets, Mayan ruins, cultural immersion and indigenous culture, and even beaches.
Whilst not at the forefront of sustainable luxury, Guatemala does have some gems. Most notably La Fortuna, Lush, and Laguna Lodge on Lake Atitlan, and Bio Itza on Peten Itza Lake
You can make a lasting difference in Guatemala by helping build a home for a family in need of a decent place to live, near colonial Antigua. You will bond with your kids and they will return home inspired to be world changers.
Suggested Guatemala Itinerary
Example Price: US$7,885 per person for a family of four (low season)
This adventure enables you to bond as a family by helping build a home for a family in need of a decent place to live,, plus you get to explore some of the highlights of this spectacular country.
- Meaningful interaction as you build a home for a family
- Explore charming colonial Antigua, one of the most beautiful towns in the Americas
- Hike up Pacaya Volcano, with a horse to assist
- Discover stunning Lake Atitlan and its fascinating villages
- Luxury accommodation throughout
- Private transfers
- Expert local guides
- Meals as specified (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)
- Volunteering costs
Note: Price excludes international flights
Sample Day by Day
(From $7,885 per person)
Note: This is a sample itinerary only, and we delight in crafting unique itineraries to meet your family's exact requirements
Highlights of a Luxury Family Volunteer Vacation in Guatemala
There are amazing things to see and do in Guatemala: the amazing Mayan ruins of Tikal, the lost city of El Mirador, gorgeous colonial Antigua, stunning Lake Atitlan, indigenous culture, 37 volcanoes, and black sand beaches
Hotels and lodges shown here are examples of what we call “eco-luxury”, meaning you minimize any environmental impact whilst retaining your creature comforts. Bolivia does have some gems. Most notably Kachi Lodge in Salar de Uyuni, Chalalan in Madidi National Park, and Allkamari Eco-Resort and Spa, near La Paz