A Guatemalan man stands near his tree nursery.

Traveling to one of our projects gives you the chance to give something back, share your skills and knowledge, and experience the world. Most of our tours spend a few days to a week on location seeing our work firsthand and working closely with community leaders, local staff, and our partners. Not only will you experience a unique area of the world, you will also have an opportunity to learn more about our programs and how people around the world are champions for the environment.

We hope you will take advantage of this once-in-a-life-time opportunity to connect with the people whose lives you have changed. Join Trees, Water & Water on an impact tour and see first hand how your contributions make a difference!

Tour Honduras with TWP Tours!

Come see the authentic and natural side of Honduras as few others ever do! Join TWP Tours’ 2018 trip to El Socorro, Honduras, a small town in the Central Highlands located near the base of the Montecillos Biological Reserve and Mountain Range.

Honduran experts and TWP International Director, Gemara Gifford, will be your guides as we delve into local culture and deep discussions and understanding of coffee agroforestry systems and processes. Additionally, we will participate in community-based conservation and sustainable agriculture projects, led by our partners in El Socorro and in the Montecillos area. In total, we will spend 10 days exploring cloud forest agroecosystems, biodiversity hotspots, coffee farms, and the customs and culture of the campesinos in this unique Central American Highlands environment.

Trip Basics

When: January 4-13th, 2018

Cost: $1,850, includes all in-country expenses such as private transport, park fees, meals, lodging, and guiding. Excludes cost of airfare to San Pedro Sula, Honduras.

Itinerary: Stops include the Center for Education in Sustainable Agriculture (CEASO), Montecillos Biological Reserve, El Socorro, San Jose de Pane, Pulhapanzak Falls, PANACAM, and more.

Weather: Variable, hot and humid (80s) to rainy (40s).

Moderate to advanced hiking.

For more information, please fill out the interest form.

A Guatemalan bird.