Partnering with schools, families, professional organizations, or groups of motivated friends or colleagues, Walking Tree is excited to offer customized travel itineraries to a variety of destinations around the world. Seeking to provide our participants with a unique, adventurous, and safe experience abroad, our Custom Program Director will work closely with a group sponsor to design every aspect of your travel. We will work hard to tailor the itinerary to your pursuits and interests. Consistent with our dedication to community service, Walking Tree encourages groups to spend a portion of their program in one of our many host communities, dedicating time to homestays and service work.
We strive to make the planning process as easy and hassle-free as possible. We do this by helping the teacher or group organizer with recruiting and then with handling all logistical concerns including meals, transportation, accommodations, and group activities, leaving travelers to enjoy the ride.
BEST OF ALL, GROUP ORGANIZERS TRAVEL FOR FREE!
The cost of your custom program will be all-inclusive: international airfare, three daily meals, service project donations, group activity fees, in-country transportation, and accommodations. In addition, one group organizer will travel for free for every eight participants that sign up. During the program, an experienced Walking Tree leader will travel with your group helping to translate, manage the group, and ensure that everything runs smoothly. While it is impossible for us to know the price of your trip before your itinerary is finalized, all-inclusive programs tend to range from $2000 to $4000 per traveler including international airfare.
Fair Trade Fundraiser
Walking Tree has partnered with local coffee farmers in Guatemala to provide a unique fundraising opportunity to our custom groups. Participants will be able to sell bags of organic, free-trade coffee to their friends, family, and community, and for each bag sold, a percentage of the sale will be directly taken off their program tuition. Now that’s what we call a fair trade!