October 5-14 2012
Please join me on a Habitat for Humanity build in Cochabamba, Bolivia known as the “valley of the eternal spring” in the Andes. This is a great chance to get off the beaten path. No construction experience is necessary, just a willingness to learn and pitch in. We are looking for people with a desire to make a difference and to experience another culture in a way that is rarely possible through the average vacation.
Day 1:- Departure day from home country, Day 2 (Saturday): - Arrival at Cochabamba
Day 3(Sunday): Welcome ceremony with Habitat staff
Days 4-8 (Work days, Monday-Friday):
-Breakfast served before traveling to work site; work from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. with lunch on site
-Free time after work to clean up; supper of typical Bolivian food; time for team activities.
Day 9 (Saturday): Cultural activities and tour to the city of Cochabamba
Day 10 (Final day, Sunday): Departure from Cochabamba to home country.
Note: Trip includes cultural experiences with affiliate staff.
Accommodations - Hotel Aranjuez - Cochabamaba
Breakfast and dinner will likely be served at the hotel or nearby restaurant. Lunch will be prepared by the hotel and eaten at the work site, where snacks and water will also be provided.
Trip cost$1,520 (includes all expenses except airfare and visa)*
*some or all of your trip expenses may be tax deductible check with your tax professional
Contact Alison Bregstein ABREGSTEIN@YAHOO.COM or visit http://www.habitat.org/cd/gv/trip_desc.aspx?type=1&code=GV13238 for more information.