your flight, room
and board, work supplies and activities. Meals at the airport,vaccinations,
passport fees (If you
need one or renewal) and souvenirs are not covered.
Of all of our trip
participants, only 5%
have had to contribute to their own trip.
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Traveling internationally always
has some level of risk and we don’t take that lightly. Because of the recent
political unrest in Nicaragua, the United States government has Nicaragua
listed as a travel advisory three. With this information, we rely heavily on
the partners who are living and working in Nicaragua every day to guide us
and to provide us with accurate information. They have told us that roads
have been clear and no violence has been seen where they are located for
quite some time. They are able to work and live like they had before the
unrest started and are ready to host groups in 2019. We also have multiple
plans in place in the event of an unforeseen situation.