That may sound like a lot,
but you should know this covers everything (flight, hotel, meals, activities, etc.), and this is a
number you’re meant to tackle with your friends and family.
Of all of our trip participants,
only 5% have had to contribute to their own trip.
ideas for support raising
You will fly on commercial airlines, most likely a
mixture of American, United, and possibly the Panamanian airline Copa. It takes a full day to get
there with several plane changes, sometimes overnight. Once we are in Bolivia, we get around in
private hired buses (sometimes with AC, sometimes not), and you get to experience traffic and
driving WAY more haphazard than L.A. or New York!