WWOOF Mexico

Questions

Frequently-Asked Questions

Are there any costs involved in joining WWOOF Mexico?

Yes. When you join WWOOF Mexico, you pay a yearly fee of $20 U.S. While in Mexico, you are fully and solely responsible for your travel and personal expenses. WWOOF farms provide members with food and lodging free of charge.

What is my membership number? / I did not get my membership number

WWOOF Mexico no longer issues Membership Numbers.

How do I pay for my WWOOF Mexico membership?

You pay by credit card or PayPal through our website only. Please do not mail cash or checks.

Do I need insurance?

WWOOF Mexico does not require you to have insurance, but we highly recommend purchasing accident and health insurance covering you in Mexico and wherever else you will be travelling. Some Host Farms may require you to provide them with proof of insurance. You may purchase insurance by clicking HERE.

Can I share WWOOF farm information with my partner or with other travellers?

No. The information in our website is provided to you under the condition that it not be shared. Only WWOOF Mexico members may be hosted at listed farms. Travellers sharing information or farms hosting non-WWOOF members will automatically lose their WWOOF Mexico membership and may even be subject to legal action. Anyone contacting WWOOF Mexico host farms who is not a member of WWOOF Mexico may be banned from joining WWOOF Mexico and from visiting any WWOOF Mexico host farm.

Do children pay a membership fee?

Yes. Adults travelling with children must also pay for the membership of their children. Many farms may not accept guests with children, so be sure to check with your host before making any other arrangements.

Can I travel with my pet?

In general, most farms do not accept pets. Check with your host first.

Do I just show up at the farm of my choice?

No. You need to first contact the farm of your choice, and verify that they can host you on the dates you want. You must also verify conditions and requirements directly with your host prior to your arrival.

How long can I stay at the farm?

Each farm has different minimum and maximum lengths of stay, but they generally run from one week to several months. Check with your host and be sure to establish the length of your stay before you arrive.

Who can join WWOOF Mexico?

Anyone from a country not requiring exit visas or travel permits from its citizens can join WWOOF Mexico. WWOOF Mexico is NOT a volunteer work, work or work-exchange programme, and will therefore not admit anyone attempting to get work or immigration visas or intending to illegally enter Mexico or any other country.

Is WWOOF Mexico a volunteer work or a work-exchange programme?

Neither. WWOOF is run slightly differently in each country where it operates. WWOOF Mexico is not a volunteer work or work-exchange programme: It is an information service linking travellers with organic farms which promote sustainable farming by hosting travellers for free.

Can WWOOF Mexico help me get a visa?

No. WWOOF Mexico will not get involved in any process having to do with visas or travel permits, and will not issue invitations, letters or any document to that effect.

Will WWOOF Mexico help me in case I have a problem?

WWOOF Mexico does not get involved with your safety and well-being at any time. WWOOF Mexico serves only as a networking link between farms and travellers and does not evaluate the quality or validity of the programmes and facilities available at host farms. However, we may cancel the WWOOF Mexico membership of any host farms or travellers against whom a valid complaint has been filed. To file a complaint please use our forum. WWOOF Mexico highly recommends purchasing travel and health insurance. You may purchase insurance by clicking HERE.

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