Condortrekkers offers city tours of Sucre and hikes in the local area including the spectacular Cordillera de los Frailes and the magnificent crater of Maragua. One hundred percent of the profits from these treks are directly invested in the communities through which the clients hike, as well as several established social projects within Sucre.
Condortrekkers was initiated in 2008 in Sucre, Bolivia, and is modeled on the Quetzaltrekkers organization which has been supporting children at risk in Guatemala since 1995 and in Nicaragua since 2004.
All treks with Condortrekkers have both a local guide and a foreign volunteer guide. Spanish is not required, but at least an intermediate level of Spanish is extremely helpful.
Trekking guides are required to stay at least one month. If you want to volunteer but don’t have a whole month to spare, please contact Condortrekkers through their website – they occasionally have opportunities to do promotional or administrative work.
Volunteers do not pay any fees, but cover their own costs while not trekking.
For more information about volunteering with Condortrekkers, visit them online:Support the business associated with this volunteer opportunity.