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Hosts in Mexico (127) - Page 10 of 13


Town or City: Toluca
All Year: ask, we may need help :)
Area (ha):
Persons: 1
Category: Other
Host ID: 36501
Country: Mexico

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WE'RE CURRENTLY ACCEPTING ONE PERSON AT THE SAME TIME, SORRY!

We're looking enthusiastic and highly motivated people interested in teaching us about their country and language participating in English classes and workshops about culture and language. Looking for girls, guys with girlfriend (due last time in tourism Faculty the most part of the student are girls and they fall in love with travelers and of course, we don't want that)
*Funny
*Friendly
*Who enjoys art, nature, history, culture
*Responsible
*Punctual
*No party animals please
*Native or advanced English is not needed as long you have an intermediate level.

Hello, I'm Andie and a volunteer. During the past years I've been traveling using this site for starting traveling in a cheap way. I've been all over the world (or almost) helping people with different activities and I've seen a positive impact on myself and with people. I want to continue this and bring that impact to my University and if possible also fam... more inside

      



Town or City: Tuxtla Gutierrez
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): .03 (300m2)
Persons: 2
Category: Backpacker Hostel
Host ID: 33117
Country: Mexico

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This is an ecological project where sustainable ideas like having some space to take advantage of sunlight and ventilation, and use thermal materials like clay and wood to create a more comfortable temperature, likewise put into practice rainwater is used in landscaping services and act as catchments and infiltration of rainwater. Similarly minimizing waste and separated to use organic and composting.

There are two areas one of which is built with old adobe and tile, which was remodeled preserving its architectural features, the other area is newly built with local materials such as brick, tile and wood. The main facade is colonial, with vertical windows from floor to ceiling with two wings doors in wood, consisting of two levels, the upper floor is provided with balconies and terraces.


Located 8 blocks from Central Park, 6 blocks from the Museum Café, 17 blocks from the park and museum of the marimba, 3 blocks from the Centro Cultural "Jaime Sabines" and 7 blocks from the M... more inside

            



Town or City: Atlixco
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 2.27
Persons: 10
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 61100
Country: Mexico

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The farm is located in Atlixco, Puebla near the exhacienda la trapera, place where the battle of the four of May happened, is located 30 km from the city of puebla. They have fruit trees, hens, horses, a compound module.



Town or City: Guadalajara
All Year: yes
Area (ha):
Persons: 2
Category: Other
Host ID: 42912
Country: Mexico

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We are a 28 year old mexican couple who owns a bakery. We can exchange easy work for food, a whole kitchen, hot water, your own bathroom and bedroom, internet and tv.

Our flat is 10 minutes away from Guadalajara's Downtown and our bakery is in zapopan. 15 minutes away from the flat.

We got 1 individual bed and 1 sofá that can be a queen size. We have a lot of pets, 7 cats and 2 dogs, we rescue animals from the streets.

We would teach you to make bread and bake it. The work is easy and we rather to have you with us one whole day 8-10 hours work and the next day you have it free so you can explore the city the whole day. But we are flexible and we're open to arrange it with you however you prefer.

we would love that you could teach us cooking or baking from your country or bring us candies from where you are :D


Not booking for the moment.


          



Town or City: Jalcomulco
All Year: 6 months
Area (ha): 2 hectars
Persons: 2
Category: Homestay
Host ID: 29759
Country: Mexico

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ENGLISH
*Come to the jungle for a "live-in" experience, we welcome help in running an alternative project like maintenance, permaculture, organic farming, guest hosting, and other duties like gardening, cooking and light alternative construction work. You will be provided with a matress in a comunal bedroom with acces to main kitchen, livingroom, diningroom and bathroom. All services available ECO.The main objective is to keep the ranch running within optimum operational conditions. The ranch is 3km away from the touristic village of Jalcomulco(known for its white water rapids). The ranch is in a subtropical jungle next to the river.

SPANISH
*Buscamos a personas que deseen vivir una experiencia residencial a cambio de trabajo de mantenimiento, permacultura, huerto orgánico, servicio a visitantes así como jardinería, cocina y construcción ligera alternativa. Tendrás una colchoneta en la recamara comunal con acceso a la cocina general, la sala, comedor y el baño, cuenta con todos... more inside

        



Town or City: La Paz
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 1
Persons: 1
Category: Homestay
Host ID: 27144
Country: Mexico

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world travelers settled in Southern Baja years ago, Mexico and Latin America experts, cultural philosopher, journalist and docu filmmaker, ideologically off the grid - created a 2 acre palm plantation which I am now converting into a perennial food forest.

We started a palm and agave farm 9 years ago on 2 acres of desert, drip system, looking to introduce free range hens, also planning to add an adobe structure, rustic 30 sqm studio apartment in the thriving palm forest.

Volunteer needs to have SKILLS: welding, carpentry, masonry, organic farming, apiculture, are skills we have use for.

You are expected to contribute knowledge and muscle to help enhance a relatively sustainable urban biosphere instead of trying to save the whole planet. PLEASE NOTE: You are your own boss here, you should be self-motivated, self-cleaning and eager to get things done, some of your chores may have no social component :)





          



Town or City: Oaxaca de Juarez
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 1.2
Persons: 2- 6
Category: Accommodation Business
Host ID: 59849
Country: Mexico

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My name is Thomas, and I have been living in Oaxaca for 12 years, working as an artist, sculptor, carpenter and making artistic gardens. I also spent several years creating in Oaxaca didactical wooden games or the other natural materials for children of all ages. To teach another idea of ??learning.
Now I am starting a new project of eco tourism and healthy information center in a land near the City of Oaxaca, where I will build wooden cabins, huts of superadobe (construction of Earth) a temascal of mud, dry baths, a jacuzzi Natural and an artistic garden.

I live with my two dogs, Sultan and Cha Cha, and my cat Susi in the neighborhood of the town Rojas de Cuauhtemoc. Here we are very close to a beautiful hill, then you can know the Oaxacan nature. There is a lot of local culture also in the nearby towns, and tourist sites such as Hierve el Agua, Tule Tree, Oaxaca City and Sierra Juarez, where you can go by public transportation that is economical and passes through town very of... more inside

            



Town or City: La Paz
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 24
Persons: 4
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 46739
Country: Mexico

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This is a brand new project looking to nature as a principle goal and cheese making.
We are aiming to totally sustainable resources trying to involve the local community and eventually become a model and school of natural and sustainable practices.
We recycle everything, we try to leave no trace into nature.
Our place is in the dry landscape of Baja California Sur in rough conditions, we have 24ha of land with plenty water, just 21km from La Paz, with an spectacular view of the Sea of Cortez just 1km. from the property.
Rancho Cabron is dedicated to goat cheese with a total of 60 goats, 1 horse, 1 bull, like 13 chickens, 3 lovely dogs. Our goats are mostly female goats producing milk...It is a rustic ranch though beautiful ranch life, between mountains, desert and the sea.
The aim and goal is to combine natural resources to become totally sustainable and out of any grid.
We live with solar energy, we heat our water with the sun, eventually our source of gas will be a Bio Bolsa... more inside

  



Town or City: Mexico City
All Year: Yes
Area (ha):
Persons: 2
Category: Backpacker Hostel
Host ID: 32207
Country: Mexico

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We own a small and friendly hostel in Mexico City in the best area in town, the Roma neighborhood. The area is full of bars, cafés, galleries, parks, etc. Young people from all around the world live in this area. We are currently offering a job in our hostel in exchange for a bed in the staff room, Wifi, cable TV, laundry, and basic food (rice, pasta, beans, veggies, oil, salt, etc.) The hours per week vary but never more than 5 days per week. Work is basically in reception, cleaning or making beds. Let us know if you're interested!






Town or City: Ensenada
All Year: Yes
Area (ha):
Persons: 2
Category: Other
Host ID: 59284
Country: Mexico

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Looking for some one to help with kayak and paddle board rentals in the marina PUERTO LAS SALINAS Ensenada Baja California Mexico and help with phones for reservations and must be very good at social media and can upload photos and know about website physically fit and a great attitude and must know how to swim I have 5 Sportfishing boats and paddle boards and kayaks my shop is in the marina can exchange work for forming and food. Must speak English if you know a lil Spanish it is a plus

      

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