We're looking for volunteer Hiking Guide in Guatemala (:


We are in search of hardworking, experienced volunteers to lead hikes throughout the highlands of Guatemala, for us as we are a non-profit hiking-outfitter. 100% of our profits go to support a local school of 170+ primary school-aged children, as well as a boarding house that is home to 22 full-time children. Come help us and be part of the change!


30 horas por semana

Trabalho social: Ajude comunidades locais.

O que você recebe

1 dia livre por semana

Quarto compartilhado: Você terá uma cama em um quarto compartilhado, ou seja, irá dividir o quarto com outras pessoas.

Café da manhã: Você ganha café da manhã gratuito todos os dias que ficar aqui.

Jantar: Você ganha jantar gratuito todos os dias que ficar aqui.

Descontos em tours: Ganhe descontos em tours ou passeios pela cidade.

Descontos em hospedagem: Ganhe descontos para hospedar-se em outros hostels.

Trilhas de graça: Te levamos para fazer excursões e trilhas pela cidade. De graça!

Use nossa cozinha equipada: Fique à vontade para usar nossa cozinha para cozinhar sua própria comida.


Inglês Fluente ou Espanhol Iniciante

Tem que ter pelo menos 18 anos

Recebe voluntários sozinhos, casais e duplas de voluntários

O que não está incluso

Passagens, seguro viagem, transporte e visto


We are consistently in search of hardworking, experienced volunteers to lead hikes throughout the highlands of Guatemala.

The following criteria is used in consideration of potential volunteers:

- A 3 month absolute minimum time commitment (not including a 3-day client hike beforehand)
- A first aid qualification
- Intermediate Spanish; (must make phone calls in Spanish and communicate with locals)
- Love of the outdoors, trekking, roughing it, (not sleeping) under the stars, getting wet, cold toes and lumpy oatmeal
- Great people-skills, endless patience
- The ability to work and live as a member of a hard-working (but fun!) team

Atividades & Turnos

As a trekking guide, you will be guiding (and soon leading) groups of people on our treks. This entails much more than just showing people the way up a volcano. You are there to make sure the trek runs smoothly, safely, and your group is fed, watered and content. This is not always an easy task. You will also develop an awareness of the people, culture, history, and ecology of the areas through which we trek to in-turn share this knowledge with your group of trekkers (and newer guides).

Trekking days can make up anywhere between 3 – 6 days of your week, all depending on the schedule and number of guides that are here at any given time.

Guiding people on adventurous treks is just part of the job. Some of your week will be spent in the Quetzaltrekkers office, doing behind-the-scenes tasks to keep the whole operation running.