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Hosts in Guatemala (39) - Page 1 of 4


Town or City: Livingston
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 40 hect.
Persons: 3-4
Category: Other
Host ID: 79497
Country: Guatemala

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Bambu, tropical fruit and veggi farm,
ecologic building bambu, earthbag, help us to mark a diference. Bambu nursery requiere help and other developing nursery of fruit.
Looking for help, please have some knowlegde to use tools, Machete, herbtrimmer, or good with handworks.

Swim place, cave, Rio Dulce,
Tigo o Claro Internet on your phone,sim card.
Walking activitiv.Caribean best weather.....


            



Town or City: El Mateo
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 30
Persons: 25
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 60592
Country: Guatemala

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Hey You

How about helping out a 39 year old Dutch guy with a crazy dream.
I am now on 30 ha 10 pasture and 20 ha 25 year old jungle.
There is a small village and a fruittree nursery nearby.
I live in a shag since 2 weeks and only set up a solar heater for hot showers in the day time.
My next project is making furniture of some lokal (fallen) trees that i can mill.
Then fences and animals, seedlings, solar power, natural construction,
I am intrested in what you enjoy to do and what you are looking to learn. Hopefully the work exchange can be mostly that.
For now accommodation is basic but many hands make light work and there is a lot of natural building potential right here.
Looking forward to working with a group of around 25 volenteers.
If you think or feel that living outside of the box is something for you, send me a message and then also let me know about your favourite music.

Kind Regards and welcome home.
Rembrandt,


            



Town or City: San Marcos la Laguna
All Year: No
Area (ha):
Persons: 4
Category: Other
Host ID: 41883
Country: Guatemala

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We are a small business that produces and sells live-cultured food and drinks. We offer fermentation workshops from our home, varying in length from 1 to 4 days. Most of our products can be found in health food stores, hotels and restaurants around Lago Atitlan, as well as a handful of stores in Antigua and Guatemala City. We are looking for interns who are eager to learn about live foods, and would be willing to commit a minimum of 3 months to work with us. Our busy time of year is December through July.

We are looking for assistance in various aspects of our business. The first aspect is hands-on production. We are looking for someone to help us with our product line, which includes kombucha, ginger beer, jun tea, sauerkraut, kefir yogurt, tibicos, sourdough bread, vinegers, various alcoholic beverages, bliss balls, hot sauce, etc. This person would also be assisting with deliveries and market runs around the lake, as well as helping to prepare and organize the house on works... more inside

            



Town or City: Lago Atitlan
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 2
Persons: 10
Category: Other
Host ID: 54181
Country: Guatemala

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We are a non-profit organization based in Guatemala. It was founded in 2000 by a group of local people concerned by the serious environmental, social and cultural problems affecting the nation. They established an ecological education center to promote permaculture techniques, local biodiversity conservation, production of organic food, and a seed bank that strives to reconstruct the Mayan seed heritage.


The centre develops the practical skills and awareness needed to ensure food sovereignty, community development and the preservation of biodiversity and ancestral knowledge.
Open to receive volunteers April, 2017. We maintain organic, sustainable crops for local consumption, run a renowned seed bank, and are sponsoring a local nutrition project based on native foods. We invite you to share our community near Lake Atitlan.

Through our volunteer program, you can offer a helping hand for the institute’s ongoing projects on-site and within the communities while learning and sh... more inside




Town or City: Antigua / Parramos
All Year: No
Area (ha): 77
Persons: 2
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 51164
Country: Guatemala

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We are a popular organic farm in Antigua, with a weekly farmers market, restaurant, and store. We are currently developing a new property in the nearby village "Parramos" about 25 minutes by car from Antigua, and we are looking for 1-2 long-term volunteers with experience in Eco-construction to help us design and build a nice cabin. We can offer a nice campspot in the middle of the farm with a roof and some basic utilities, as well as a beautiful view of the property and surrounding volcanoes. We can also offer fresh produce from the farm. This is a great opportunity for nature loving people who are into construction and want to take part in helping us grow our sustainable, organic community.


            



Town or City: santiago atitlan
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 0.5
Persons: 1-3
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 10293
Country: Guatemala

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buen dia helpxers...i am looking for folks able to function as apprenticces in my small scale permaculture project in beautiful setting just a short walk to lago atitlan...in 15 minutes you can walk in to town, santiago atitlan...the garden is up and booming...bunnies and red worms are in place...we are putting in corn fields and organizing plant and tree nursery...plenty of permaculture teaching, learning and sharing, incorporating daily practice of paying it forward and don miguel ruiz´s 4 agreements: always do your best, be impeccable with your word, never take anything personally, never make assumptions...this is high social permaculture based on tecniques but not limited to techniques...folks with sustainable food cultivation, carpentry,cooking skills and passion welcome...there is a semi-private sleeping situation inside or big grassy area with shade for tenters...we share food costs which are surprisingly inexpensive, maximum $20usd/week...two week minimum stay...also, if y... more inside

      



Town or City: Guatemala
All Year: Yes
Area (ha):
Persons: 4
Category: Other
Host ID: 57562
Country: Guatemala

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Hello my name is Harol and I teach English in Guatemala.
I was raised in New Jersey but my family is originally from Guatemala. I started visiting Guatemala more as an adult an began to love the country. I decided to move here and got a job teaching English. After 3 years I decided to start my own English teaching business. I've been going at it for 10 years now and I love it. Guatemala City is great if you know it well, which I do, there's lots to do, see and learn. I love to get around the city and out of the city as much as possible.

We work hard at teaching English. We teach English to people of all ages and backgrounds. With adults we help them get jobs, promotions, and job security. Teaching young adults English means they can get a job to pay for university. Teaching children English? Well, let's just say that the sky's the limit for them. For many low-income Guatemalans learning English is the key to breaking out of generations of poverty and creating a better future. ... more inside

            



Town or City: Pachaj Cantel
All Year: Yes
Area (ha):
Persons: Unlimited
Category: Other
Host ID: 46084
Country: Guatemala

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Up in the cornfields of Pachaj in Cantel (10km out of Quetzaltenango), Armando has created an inspiring project to combat environmental degradation and stand up for indigenous rights. The Chico Mendes Reforestation Project (Proyecto de Reforestación Chico Mendes) is a community-run initiative that provides an awesome opportunity to work in solidarity in a rural village while living with a local family and learning about environmental issues.

Chico Mendes is a non-profit organization; all proceeds from Spanish/K'iche' classes, volunteers, and treks go directly back into maintaining the project. Individuals or groups can come and stay at the project for a minimum of five days, although many stay for a few weeks or even months. Every volunteer lives with a local family and is provided 3 meals per day and a private bedroom for Q100. Please contact Armando for more information about group trips.

Normally for the greater part of the morning hours, volunteers collect seeds and fertil... more inside

            



Town or City: San Marcos la Laguna
All Year: Yes
Area (ha):
Persons: 4
Category: Backpacker Hostel
Host ID: 61031
Country: Guatemala

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We are a vegetarian Cafe and Hostel in San Marcos La Laguna, located on one of the most beautiful lakes in the world, Lake Atitlan.

We are looking for volunteers help create a welcoming environment for visitors to San Marcos on our hostel reception. Supporting our visitor information you will review events, activities & services in the town to share what you have learnt with visitors. You will have hospitality experience, excellent English and a sufficient grasp of Spanish to be able to communicate with Spanish speaking guests and our friendly kitchen team - even if your Spanish is a little green this is a great place to interact with the hostel and cafe team and make new friends.

In return for your enthusiasm and talent we offer accommodation in our dorm for volunteers. You also get breakfast and lunch everyday you are volunteering and a volunteer schedule that provides two complete days a week off, for helping 5 hours (per person) a day 5 days a week.

Our lively little c... more inside

  



Town or City: San Juan la Laguna
All Year: Yes
Area (ha):
Persons: 2
Category: Other
Host ID: 60588
Country: Guatemala

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Come help our new developing project in San Juan La Laguna. In this little indigenous village, home to one of the most beautiful lakes in the world, there seems to be only one issue brought to our attention... free clean drinking water for the locals! Family's are drinking this water containing parasites and other harmful bacterium and the young children consuming this water are more at risk than the adults as over many years their bodies have adjusted to this harm however people are still getting sick everyday. This is why we have recently created a project that involves building Bio water filter. Ceramic Colloidal Silver filters. To give to local families who can not afford safe drinking water, to break the cycle. You will learn the entire process to building these Bio Filters. We are a Non Profit group of people and our goal is to collect donations internationally to support the materials needed for the project. We are just establishing everything now and are in the very beginnin... more inside

      

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