Bolivia | Oct 11th - Oct 26th, 2017Open team to Bolivia for Missionary Ventures Canada
Bolivia | Oct 11th – Oct 26th, 2017
What We’ll Be Doing
- Team will be involved in construction in a Quechua village,
- prison, street and children ministry in Cochabamba
All teams have a ‘fun day’ to relax and take in a few local tourist sites. The fun day for this team will include some time in the local city to tour historic sites and shop for souvenirs before departure.
Leader – Gail Schaefer-Krampien
The team is open to anyone with a willingness to serve. Team leader is Gail who has been leading annual teams to Bolivia for many years.
The costs of the trip is still being determined
Please contact Gail at 519-824-9380 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the team or any application form!
A deposit of $300.00 should be returned with the application form in order to secure your place on the team.
What do my trip costs include?
All team trip costs include the following: Airfare, accommodations, ground transportation, translator fees, meals and water.
What is not included: exit tax to leave the country (if applicable), entry to tourist attractions or costs of ‘fun day’ activities and personal purchases such as souvenirs.
What are ‘project costs’?
Project costs are the costs of the ministry itself, aside from personal travel expenses. The project costs vary from team to team depending on the extent of work that will be done on the field. Typically, project costs range from $200-$300 per team member.
Is it safe for travel?
Travel in Guatemala is very safe. It is always advisable that volunteers dress modestly and leave any valuables at home.
What immunizations do I need to have?
Since immunization recommendations are ever changing and everyone’s personal health history is different we strongly recommend that you consult a travel clinic 6 weeks before travelling so that you can be up to date on all of your immunizations.
For general information on immunizations please visit: http://travel.gc.ca/travelling/health-safety/vaccines