BELIZE’S JUNGLE AREAS ARE HOME TO MAYAN RUINS AND OFFSHORE, THE MASSIVE BARRIER REEF, HOSTS RICH MARINE LIFE.

EXPEDITION DETAILSEXPEDITION FAQS

Expeditioners will serve in rural villages, tube through caves, visit ancient Mayan ruins, and snorkel along the amazing barrier reef.

There must be a minimum of 20-25 participants in order for an expedition to proceed. Please refrain from purchasing airfare until the expedition has been confirmed.

TRAVEL DATES & REGISTRATION

THANKSGIVING 2020

ARRIVAL: November 21, 2020 International flight arrival to Belize City International Airport (BZE) BY 5pm local time.

DEPARTURE: November 29, 2020 International flight departure from Belize City International Airport (CUZ).

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CHRISTMAS 2020

ARRIVAL: December 27, 2020 International flight arrival to Belize City International Airport (BZE) BY 5pm local time.

DEPARTURE: January 5, 2020 International flight departure from Belize City International Airport (CUZ).

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PRE & POST TRAVEL

Expedition participants are free to organize their own travel before or after the expedition, but they must attend orientation the first day of the expedition and depart from the village the final day of the expedition. READ THE FAQs >

EXPEDITION FEES

$1,450 + airfare per person. Includes food, accommodations, ground transportation, project materials, tubing through caves, and 2 nights and a full day of snorkeling at Caye Caulker. A $300 deposit is required to reserve your reservation. *Participants must be at least eight (8) years old or older. FHe is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. 100% of the expedition fee is tax deductible and can be funded through donations.

Each expedition includes at least one village-driven building project in which everyone is welcome to participate. The project is generally a school, clinic, or water system and is directed by local masons and foremen using local materials. Other areas of focus include training programs centered around business development, education, and healthcare. We strive to adapt each training to the individual needs of each community.

Each expedition includes at least one village-driven building project in which everyone is welcome to participate. The project is generally a school, clinic, or water system and is directed by local masons and foremen using local materials. Other areas of focus include training programs centered around business development, education, and healthcare. We strive to adapt each training to the individual needs of each community.

Family Humanitarian participants will work side-by-side with villagers throughout the day enjoying cultural events in the process. Hotel/Guest House accommodations with running water, electricity,  showers, and common eating areas  can be expected.  Expeditions will also include tubing through caves, visiting ancient Mayan ruins,  and two nights and a full day snorkeling at Caye Caulker.

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Belize is home to the only Jaguar preserve on the planet.
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Belize is at the center of the ancient Mayan Empire and is home to more than 900 different ruins and sacred sites.
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The official language of Belize is English.
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The Belize Barrier Reef is the second largest barrier reef system in the world.
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The Black Howler Monkey in Belize is listed as one of the top 10 loudest animals in the world and can be heard up to 3 miles away through the jungle.
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