Volunteer in helping giving access to clean water communities in El Salvador. This help improve the health and daily lives of all recipients.
Help create popular education workshops about the environment or hygiene for those who participate in our clean water program.
El Salvador is a beautiful country with many attractions close by. The CIS employees and homestay families are both happy to help you find things to do in your spare time that interest you most. Some of the highlights include: The 'Ruta de las Flores' or the flower route, which is located in a mountainous coffee area and is known for hikes, waterfalls and crafts. The beaches of La Libertad: A string of beaches about an hour away from San Salvador, known for surfing and tourism. El Tunco beach specifically is a hotspot for nightlife and surf lessons El Boqueron is a volcano on the edge of San Salvador with a place to walk near the top of the crater and has great views. On the way up the volcano, there are many beautiful restaurants with great views and also an eco-park for nature walks. Volcanoes Santa Ana and Izalco are great hikes. They are in the same area and hikes leave from the same park. Izalco is a steep uphill climb on gravel, and Santa Ana has a breathtaking view of a turquoise sulfur lake from the top. In addition to these, there are many beautiful other places. Some people even zip over to Guatemala for the weekend!
You can request a homestay with the Family network for a volunteer price of $80.00/week.
This includes breakfast and supper. Luxury items such as Internet or use of a washing machine may cost extra.
Families not only provide shelter, but also help orientate people in their new surroundings. They will help you find your way around and suggest places to go and things to see.
Accommodations are humble but comfortable.
If you choose our homestay option you will get two meals per day, breakfast and supper.