Visit Guatemala!

Statement on Coronavirus

As we plan for tours in 2021, we are continuing to monitor the COVID-19 situation, especially in Guatemala. We are considering several factors, including the spread of COVID-19, vaccine distribution, and school schedules. Though the outlook in the United States and other countries may appear optimistic, our friends in Guatemala are seeing a rise in COVID-19 cases and a longer wait for vaccines. At this time, it is still uncertain whether it will be safe for schools to be open or receive visitors.

At CoEd, one of our core values is Service Above Self. While we can’t wait to travel with you to Guatemala again, we are committed, first and foremost, to keeping those we serve safe and healthy during this global pandemic. The tourism industry in Guatemala needs us to return and we want to maintain and strengthen the relationships we have built between students, teachers, staff, supporters, and other amazing partners in this work. But we will only do so when it is safe for all. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we weigh all the above factors.

We have set the following deadline for determining whether or not to host groups in Guatemala:

  • 2021 Graduation Tour: Decision to be made by August 11th

February 22–27, 2022
July 26–31, 2022

Travel through beautiful landscapes and experience Guatemalan culture as you see CoEd programs in action!

July 17–23, 2022

Perform hands-on service projects alongside primary school students at a Spark Reading Program school!

November 11-14, 2021

Celebrate breaking the cycle of poverty with your Rise Program student and their family! You don’t need to be a sponsor to join in this quick glimpse into life in Guatemala.

February 5–13, 2022

Deliver textbooks, inaugurate computer centers, and share in fellowship with other Rotarians from around the world.

Ready to go to Guatemala?

What will you get by joining us in Guatemala?

Incredible memories and the chance to change lives—including your own! Enjoy breathtaking landscapes and traditional Mayan culture as you meet the children and communities you are helping through your generosity. It’s an experience that leaves an impact and continues to resonate with travelers for the rest of their lives…

…but don’t just take our word for it, read about the experience from past volunteers! Our tours even earned the 2020 Cultural Experience of the Year award by the Travel & Hospitality Awards.

I guarantee you will have a life-changing experience.” — Chuck Bryant, Stuff You Should Know podcaster