YPM is committed to serving the needs of the Mayan/Mexican people in the Zona Maya region of the Yucatan Peninsula.
Incorporated as a not-for-profit in both the US and Mexico, YPM provides opportunities for positive change to children, adults, families, and communities in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico -- through service projects, education, health care, cultural exchange and spiritual support.
The base of YPM is located in Leona Vicario, Quintana Roo, Mexico, and is equipped to host groups of up to 40 people. YPM provides safe and delicious meals, sleeping accommodations in hammocks or beds, and all in-country transportation.
We operate several kinds of trips for groups from the U.S.
Construction Mission Trips - Groups work alongside Mexican master workers to construct much-needed facilities – schools, houses, churches, and more.
Medical Mission Trips - Groups work alongside Mexican master workers to construct much-needed facilities – schools, houses, churches, and more.
Cultural Exchange - Learn about the Mayan culture – dress, cuisine, religion, language, and customs – through visits to local villages.
Service Learning - Learn about the Mexican/Mayan culture, practice the Spanish language, and serve others through a variety of short-term mission projects.
Family Mission Trips - Families with children 6 years and older can experience the Mayan culture, see how they live, and serve together through age-appropriate projects and activities.