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Alma Journeys

Guatemala Soul Travel

  • Food and Social Justice
  • Sustainable Agriculture Systems
  • Permaculture
  • Community Activism
  • Indigenous Cultures
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Indigenous Midwifery Clinic

An IPSL Alma Journey experience to Guatemala is a sensory experience that can take participants from the black sand coasts up into the tropical mountain forests of Guatemala. You will be able to engage with indigenous and other local cultures, food, lifestyle, agriculture economy, and human, animal, and environmental health of Guatemala first-hand through expert lecturers and site visits. During your journey, you will critically examine the social, political and cultural impact of food production on the environment, animals, and people of Guatemala.

In addition to completing a variety of workshops, conversations and activities relevant to our theme, we will also indulge in the pure beauty that the Guatemalan landscape so frequently provides. From towering volcanoes to lush jungles full of life, you can expect to bear witness to a multitude of breathtaking landscapes and once in a lifetime experience.

Now More Than Ever...

There is a clear and pressing need to engage with our world in an ACTIVE way. The world needs informed citizens to work for social, racial and economic justice. Are you ready to change your life?

Come join us on this once-in-a-lifetime journey to explore the intersection of food, health, animals, and the environment in Guatemala!


  • Where: Guatemala (throughout the country)

  • When: Dates are flexible

  • Cost: Depends on length of time you stay and what you wish included

  • Alma Journey experiences generally include: pre-departure support and preparation, airport transfers, lodging, some meals, curated visits to community-based organizations/NGOs, opportunities to meet locals, excursions, emergency medical insurance, 24/7 in-country support.

Contact IPSL today and start your adventure learning a new language or improving your existing language skills! 

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