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Is it safe to travel to Guatemala?
In the last ten years, travel to Guatemala has become more and more safe with the lessening of their internal hostilities. A quick search on the Internet reveals many positive travel experiences to this beautiful and culturally rich country by people of many nationalities.

How much will it cost to attend?
The cost of economy class roundtrip airfare varies from one country to another. We have considered an estimate between US $ 700 to 1000 from the America Continent. From Asia and Africa, we have estimated between US $ 2,000 and 3,000 and from Europe, we have estimated between US $ 1500 to 3,000.

The cheapest flights can be obtained locally; if there is a group attending from the same country, it is possible that airlines (or travel agents) may consider reductions for a group rate. In order to enter Guatemala, it is necessary to use a Passport, which must obtain a visa in the Guatemalan consulate.

Lodging in hotels must be reserved with due anticipation. A quotation to effect will be made to obtain favorable prices by package. As far as feeding and expenses, it must be taken into account that a meal in Guatemala is in the order of the 5 or 6 dollars. It will be necessary to plan approximately 40 dollars per day for food and extra expenses.

Special arrangements may be made for delegates with limited financial resources on an individual, per case basis.

How many days will the Global Unity Summit for Peace and the Environment last?
We have planned for it to last about a week.

How can I participate in the Global Unity Summit for Peace and the Environment?
In addition to contributing to the Summit financially and attending as a delegate, there are many ways in which individuals may participate including promoting it, suggesting and fascilitating contact with delegates, translating, and even holding positions within the overall organizatin. Please contact us to learn more.


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