Visit our campus

Attention: at this time, due to COVID-19, we are not accepting international visitors through 2021. However, we will accept Guatemalan visitors on a case-by-case basis for abbreviated tours. We will not be able to have visitors in areas around students due to the pandemic and health protocols in place. Please contact for more information.

Seeing is believing. Tour our program in Guatemala City and see firsthand who we are and what we do.

Safe Passage offers bilingual tours, Monday through Friday, which can be scheduled upon request.

Each tour lasts approximately 3 hours (plus travel time) and includes a viewing of the Guatemala City garbage dump from the city’s General Cemetery. Tours visit our Preschool, Educational Reinforcement Center, Adult Education classrooms, and allows the opportunity to shop at the Creamos recycled jewelry initiative. Your tour fee covers transportation costs and the service of our trained Safe Passage guides.

Our community is one of extreme poverty. Visitors may see difficult scenes of violence, addiction, and animal neglect. We recommend that visitors be at least 15 years of age; children under age 15 are the responsibility of their parents. Throughout the tour, trained Safe Passage staff provide historical and cultural information relevant to our community, our programs, and our mission. We encourage you to ask questions.


Schedule Your Tour

Please contact our visitor coordinator at least 1-2 weeks in advance of your desired tour date.

Where: Our school is located at 6ta Avenida 11-95 Colonia Landivar, Zone 7.
When: Tour groups arrive at our main school building, from Monday through Friday (must schedule specific time in advance).
Cost: Roughly Q75 ($10 USD) donation per person – although costs may vary due to timing requested. 

Are you ready to visit Safe Passage?

Please contact our Visitors Coordinator to schedule your private tour. We are here to help if you have questions or concerns!

We want your tour to be meaningful, memorable, and, most of all, safe. When planning your visit, please follow our guidelines and contact us if you have any questions. For your comfort, please wear closed-toe shoes and long pants, and we recommend that you bring bottled water and a light jacket.

*As the cost of transport is $100 total, the cost per person varies depending on number in the tour group.


What are visitors saying about their experience?

“Just incredible. Words can’t do it justice.” —Haylie

“Our guide provided a tremendous amount of information.” —Anonymous, Chicago

“So impressed I could cry. A real life changer.” —Judi, Colorado

“This is your chance to learn about an awe inspiring story of how the vision of one woman has made a difference in the lives of thousands of Guatemalan children and their families.” —Eileen, Canada

“You will not be disappointed.” —Tracy

“A trip you will always remember with love!” —Tom, Antigua

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