- Apr 27 2024 - May 04 2024
- All Day
Honduras Construction Trip
We are excited to be traveling to Honduras to serve Dr. Martin and Wendy Williams with construction needs at the Jungle Hospital (www.junglehospital.com) in Rio Viejo, Honduras.
Registration for the team is on a first-come, first-served basis. To reserve your spot fill out the online registration and submit your deposit. Registration will close upon all available spots being filled or at Noon on November 27, 2023. The team size is limited to 30 people.
Who is this trip for? The trip is designed for adults of any age with skills in painting, roofing, plumbing and electrical. This is an active trip.
Cost: $1,500 per person.*
*Cost is based upon estimated expenses at the time registration is posted (Oct 2023) and is subject to change depending on the actual cost of expenses. We do our best to keep the registration fee at the listed price.
Non-refundable Deposit due upon registration: $200
Payment 2, due Dec 27, 2023 = $400 (Cumulative total = $600)
Payment 3, due Jan 27, 2024 = $400 (Cumulative total = $1000)
Payment 4, due Feb 27, 2024 = $500 (Cumulative total = $1500)
This trip IS qualified as charitable giving. Payments for mission trips are considered charitable giving and will be reflected on your annual giving statement. If someone gives money to help pay for your registration, they can be issued a receipt for their gift upon request.
What’s included in the cost? Airfare, one checked bag, lodging, meals and ground transportation while in Honduras, and a Kingdom Builders Go Global team shirt.
Passports are required for this trip and are not covered by the registration fee.
A color copy of your passport is due FEBRUARY 28, 2024.
Your passport MUST NOT EXPIRE before NOVEMBER 4, 2024.
Where will we stay?
Our teams stay in the dormitory at the Jungle Hospital.
What will we eat?
All of your meals while in Honduras will be provided by the Jungle Hospital. We will eat local foods and get a taste of the Honduran culture and customary foods they eat. It’s tough to accommodate some food allergies in Honduras. If you have food allergies, please notify us in advance.
Though not drastically different, the customary foods of the jungle do differ slightly from those in the city. The meals that will be prepared for you at the Jungle Hospital are homemade and unique in that they add an American twist to customary Honduran food.
What should I bring?
Each trip is different and you’ll be given a packing list for this specific trip at the mission trip info meeting before our departure. You will bring all the basic necessities for hygiene and living. Attire is mainly shorts, jeans, t-shirts, tennis shoes, and sandals. The climate is very manageable and allows for many different types of clothing to be comfortable.
Do I need vaccines?
The question of vaccinations is left to the discretion of the team member and their physician. The CDC does have recommendations for vaccinations if traveling to Honduras. Please visit their website for those specifics.
As of February 15, 2023, it is no longer required to have proof of a COVID vaccination or proof of a negative COVID test in place of the vaccination to enter Honduras.
Pre-Trip Team Meetings:
Your trip leader will reach out to you about team meetings before the trip. This will be an opportunity for you to meet your team, begin coordinating tools and supplies needed, and learn more details about what is recommended to pack.
Cancelations / Refunds:
If for any reason you cannot or prefer not to go, we can try to refund/credit as much of the trip cost as possible, or we can donate your fee to someone else to make the trip. The timing of your cancelation and deposits paid to vendors will determine how much can be refunded.
If you have additional questions about this trip, please contact Nathan Norman at email@example.com or Lucas Lindsey at firstname.lastname@example.org.