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Upcoming Tours


Planting in El Salvador

TWP Tours in El Salvador

May 26 - June 2, 2019

Join us for an adventure across El Salvador, visiting the community of Santa Ana where you will get to experience the work of one of Trees, Water & People's local partners, Árboles y Agua para el Pueblo (AAP)! You will get some hands-on experience in their local tree nursery, meeting local community members and visiting other projects in surrounding areas such as the community of El Porvenir.

Then we will travel to the highland town of Apaneca, where we will learn about the culture, history and art while getting to visit the breathtaking Apaneca-Ilamatepec Biological Reserve and enjoy a scenic view of their surrounding volcanoes. Finally, we will finish off by traveling and hiking in the Cerro Verde National Park while enjoying a nice view of Lake Coatepeque!

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Collecting honey in Guatemala

TWP Tours in Guatemala

September 10 - 17, 2019

Experience the natural and cultural beauty of “the land of many trees.” Join us by visiting the community of La Bendición where you will experience unique community-based conservation projects such as a local beekeeping, agroforestry, coffee production and more.

We will also be able to see first-hand the positive impacts and implementation of clean cookstoves with the help our local partner Doña Dora. Finally, enjoy the unique Colonial town of Antigua to celebrate Guatemala’s Independence Day, enjoying local food, parades and music.

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A clean cookstove in Honduras

TWP Tours in Honduras

November 10 -17, 2019

See the authentic and natural side of Honduras as few others ever do by joining TWP Tour’s 2019 Work Tour to El Socorro, a small town in the Central Highlands located near the Montecillos Biological Reserve and Mountain Range.

TWP staff and local Honduran partners will be your guides to local culture, remote wildlife watching, as well as community-based conservation and sustainable agricultural efforts carried out by our partners in El Socorro. We will spend 7 days exploring cloud forest agroecosystems, learn about coffee and conservation, and the realities of local agricultural life along the Central Highlands.

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