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Safe Passage (Camino Seguro) Tour

Calle Hermano Pedro #4, Antigua, Guatemala
+502 5570 3339
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You really need to visit this place!

Well, what can I say, I came down to Guatemala just to learn some Spanish and visit Antigua, but I... read more

Reviewed 20 January 2016
Alexa B
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California
Making a difference in the lives of others

After meeting a volunteer who was working for Safe Passage on a previous trip to Guatemala, I went... read more

Reviewed 4 January 2016
Rickeys-Travels
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San Francisco, California
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Do you want to have a unique experience on your trip in Guatemala? Do you want to see the reality of life for one of the most at-risk communities in Guatemala? Safe Passage is a non profit organization that provides education and social services to the community of the Guatemala City Garbage dump. Our tour takes you from Antigua to see the recycling work of thousands of people in the garbage dump and to our programs where we work with 600 students and 100 mothers on education and social support. We offer public tours in English every Thursday and Spanish tours every Wednesday, you can meet us in Antigua or Guatemala City. Private tours are encouraged. Seeing is believing. Tour our program in Guatemala City and see firsthand who we are and what we do!
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20 Jan 2016
“You really need to visit this place!”
4 Jan 2016
“Making a difference in the lives of others”
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Calle Hermano Pedro #4, Antigua, Guatemala
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+502 5570 3339

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Reviewed 20 January 2016

Well, what can I say, I came down to Guatemala just to learn some Spanish and visit Antigua, but I joined a group of friends that were going to take a tour to the Garbage Dump. I didn´t know what to expect, but the experience...More

3  Thank Alexa B
Reviewed 4 January 2016

After meeting a volunteer who was working for Safe Passage on a previous trip to Guatemala, I went home and did a little research about the Guatemala Dumps. After watching a documentary on YouTube called "Children of the 4th World". We were moved and wanted...More

2  Thank Rickeys-Travels
Reviewed 11 July 2015

I visited Camino Seguro on a study abroad trip through my university looking at Child Welfare in Guatemala. It was a full day trip filled with emotional experiences as we watched how the community grew around the dump and the work of the founder of...More

3  Thank Katie G
Reviewed 25 June 2015 via mobile

Most informative tour! What amazing works are being done here! Highly recommend Safe Passage for visiting groups, you will Not be disappointed.

1  Thank Tracy D
Reviewed 23 June 2015

Visiting this project in Guatemala City is a real eye opener. It is amazing what was started by a selfless woman with a dream and has been continued with love and support from many people. This project has helped so many famiies and visiting will...More

2  Thank Tom T
Reviewed 12 April 2015

I love to visit Guatemala and I have been able to introduce this country to many of my friends. Each time I bring someone new I always take them to Safe Passage for their guided visit. This program from its inception to present date is...More

1  Thank discover-fun
Reviewed 10 April 2015 via mobile

We went on the tour with safe passage today and it was amazing - as the title says, words can't do it justice but I can try. We left Antigua around 8am and began the tour with a video about the charity before driving to...More

1  Thank HaylieG2015
Reviewed 4 April 2015

This is an exploration of the hardships of many Guatemalan families. These are the people who live in an area surrounding the city's garbage dump. These people are forced to make a living by picking through endless piles of garbage looking for anything they can...More

Thank Judi L
Reviewed 20 March 2015

If you doubt that one person can make a difference, visit Camino Seguro, a project started by a young American woman. Camino Seguro provides educational, social and medical services for families - parents & children - who work under terrible conditions in the enormous Guatemala...More

Thank Retirada
Reviewed 13 March 2015

I would highly recommend a tour of Camino Seguro for anyone traveling in Guatemala. I took the tour in March 2015 and our guide, Matt, was enthusiastic in showing us the premises and took great care in answering our questions. The work of this organization...More

Thank Jamey B
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