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Hosts in Guatemala (38) - Page 1 of 4


Town or City: Livingston
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 8
Persons: 25
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 60592
Country: Guatemala

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I am here for almost 2 months.
Working on making this place self-sufficient and inspiring.
So far i build a little multifunctional furnace to cook, roast choclate, make sea salt, burn shells to make quick lime (that i am using for many different purposes) and also use it as a furnace to do some blacksmithing.
Experimenting now with clay to make pottery.

Acomodation is still quite basic.
But anything can be upgraded as needed.

So far still by my self looking for the first volenteers, to help with animal care, (have 2 goats and 2 pigs).
Feeding of the animals, maby even milking the goat if she likes you.

Preparing mostly local food from my land and the neighbors, like bananas, coco, cacou, eggs and fish. and starting to sell drinks to tourist on the beach.

Permaculture, the first living fence is starting to grow and would like to have more fences as well as plant more bananas, yuca, corn, and fruit trees.

Natural construction, building acomodation for the animals ... more inside

            



Town or City: Quetzaltenango
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): .5
Persons: 2
Category: Backpacker Hostel
Host ID: 87104
Country: Guatemala

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Our casa is a colonial style guest house that offers the best comfort of a home away from home. We are two owners that are well informed about Xela that have the heart and desire to give you the best experience possible. We are located three blocks from central park and have everything close by that you may need to help with your stay. We have a spacious house with a garden that you will never feel crowded in. There is a relaxing garden as well as an area in the back. We provide Wi-Fi, hot showers, kitchen, living room, dining room, and different parts of the house that you’re welcome to.

          



Town or City: solola
All Year: Yes
Area (ha):
Persons: 4
Category: Backpacker Hostel
Host ID: 21397
Country: Guatemala

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Volunteers urgently needed for jan 2018

we are a small family run hostel with 14 rooms and restaurant located on the beautiful lake atitlan. we require 2 helpers to work with us.Duties will include reception, serving food and general work around the hostel.The working week is 25 hrs split into 5 days.In return we offer accommodation food cheap drinks and a share in the tips.



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 from Quetzaltenango), Armando has created an inspiring project to combat environmental degradation and stand up for indigenous rights. The Chico Mendes Reforestation Project (El Proyecto de Reforestación Chico Mendes) is a community-run initiative that provides a unique opportunity to work in solidarity with a rural village while living with a local family and learning about environmental justice issues.

Chico Mendes is a non-profit organization; all proceeds from Spanish/K'iche' classes, group trips, and treks go directly back into maintaining the project. Individuals and groups are welcome to 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 Q150 per day (Q100 for meals + Q 40 for private room + Q 10 donation). Please contact Armando for more information about group trips and ... more inside

            



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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english is below...
buen dia helpxers...busco a personas listas a funcionar como aprendices en este pequeño proyecto de permacultura en un sitio bellisimo y a una caminata de 15 minutos al pueblo y 3 minutos a la orilla del lago...la huerta, las gallinas, los conejos y lombrices composteras estan todos activados...vamos a crear un vivero de plantas medicinales y algunos frutales en este tiempo...sobra la oportunidad de aprendizaje con las manos metidos y mente y corazones presentes...

enseñamos, aprendemos, compartimos, y integramos las enseñanzas de los 4 acuerdos de don miguel ruiz: siempre haz tu mejor...nunca haces presumpciones...sea impeccable con tu palabra...no tomas nada personalmente...

http://decidacambiar.over-blog.com/2016/06/los-cuatro-acuerdos-sabiduria-tolteca-pdf.html...

vivimos la permacultura consciente basado pero no limitado a la tecnica, para capacitarnos en la democracia participativa...personas con experiencia en el cultivo sostenible, la carpinter... more inside

      



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

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We are a non-profit organization based in Guatemala. IMAP 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 ... more inside




Town or City: Livingston, Izabal
All Year: Yes
Area (ha):
Persons: 2
Category: Backpacker Hostel
Host ID: 84964
Country: Guatemala

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We are a small and cozy hotel located in the town of Livingston on the Caribbean coast of Guatemala. The hotel is a relaxed and tranquil accommodation with 10 thatched bungalows, a shared loft and a bar & restaurant. We are located on the waterfront with an amazing view, a nice breeze, a beautiful tropical garden and a private dock with hammocks… Our goal is to serve our guests to make sure everybody has the best possible experience here! Come as a stranger, leave as a friend…

We are searching for enthusiastic and social volunteers to help us! Volunteers should have good communication skills in both English and Spanish and be flexible and able to take initiative. We require a commitment of minimum 1 month, not negotiable!
If your Spanish is not 'muy' fluent yet, we will help you improve your knowledge while you are staying with us!

Ideally we would like to have 2 volunteers at a time. Volunteers help for 5 hours per day, 6 days per week (30 hours) with one day off. Tasks in... more inside

            



Town or City: Aldea El Hato, Antigua
All Year: Yes
Area (ha):
Persons: 2
Category: Accommodation Business
Host ID: 5763
Country: Guatemala

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WE ARE LOOKING FOR RECEPTION VOLUNTEERS/BARTENDERS TO START NOW!!!!

Earth Lodge is located about 20 minutes outside of the tourist town of Antigua. Known for its relaxed atmosphere, beautiful views and amazing food, it is a great getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. We host backpackers, families, Guatemalan locals, Spanish students and other travelers.


Reception volunteers should have a social and flexible personality, be at least 21 years old, have STRONG communication skills in English AND Spanish (not negotiable, sorry!!), and be able to take initiative. Volunteers get a free room (which may be shared with another volunteer), free food and internet and cheap drinks plus a share of tips (usually around $100 per month). Volunteers work 5 hours per day, 6 days per week (30 hours) with one full day off. Duties include opening and closing the bar/restaurant area, doing bills and inventory, checking guests in and out, taking reservations via phone and email, and so... more inside

            



Town or City: San Pablo
All Year: Yes
Area (ha):
Persons: 50
Category: Other
Host ID: 84924
Country: Guatemala

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Our home is a beautiful consciously-evolving community that strives to create a thriving eco village that adheres to the principles of regenerative permaculture . We are an international family working to teach and empower local communities, volunteers, students and guests with the knowledge and practices needed to ground the new paradigm on our planet. Through events, celebrations and hard work we are manifesting this vision every day. Together changing our world through love.

On an ongoing basis we host volunteers, co-creators (people hosting classes, retreats and workshops), students and paying guests. We usually have ongoing classes of yoga, meditation, Qi Gong and other types of classes available. Our new community is only just over a year, as of April 2018. This means we've really got a blank canvas for creative expression and molding this project into something beautiful. Likewise we are constantly testing and improving our processes to create a harmonious community.

We... more inside

    



Town or City: Tzununa, Lago de Atitlan
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 1.1
Persons: 4
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 12101
Country: Guatemala

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We are a small (2.5 acre) highly diversified permaculture site located in the rocky coffee valley of Tzununa on Lake Atitlan in Guatemala. The terrain is incredibly rocky, and while the area is generally inclined and mountainous, we are on a flat part of the valley floor. We have road access and one boarder of our property is a year round river that is gravity fed through the whole farm. We have volcanic, sandy soil that is high in many minerals and relatively fertile, although incredibly rocky and shallow.

Our main centerpiece operations are greens and goats. We grow a variety of organic salad and cooking greens for sale at various markets, restaurants, and stores. We also have a spectacular goat herd and are now selling milk, cheeses, and yogurt. Aside from this, we also raise chickens for meat and hens for eggs, and pigs seasonally. We also raise avocados, jocotes (like a golden plum), coffee, malanga (taro root), various vegetables, sprouts, and several other products. Finall... more inside

            

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