Lend a Hand with your Family in Nicaragua
The whole family comes together to share a special opportunity to reforest a local village, while learning about the diverse ecosystems and wildlife you are helping to preserve.
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Program No. 15890RJ
10 days
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At a Glance

Deep in the heart of Central America, lined with pristine beaches and stunning rainforests, are some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the entire region. Share the experience of a lifetime with your family, as you make a lasting difference in the lives of a Central Nicaraguan village ravaged by extreme droughts and floods. Help rebuild the boundless forests with a special group project that will benefit the local villagers for years to come. Then study the bubbling volcanoes, local traditions and vibrant wildlife that live in these forests by listening to stories from fellow families whose village you’ve worked hard to protect.
Activity Level
Let's Go!
Up to 2 hours of hiking on uneven terrain. Digging holes, planting seedlings and mixing cement are required for the project.
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Work with top-notch instructors on a reforestation project to protect the beautiful Nicaraguan ecosystems.
  • Experience the vibrant culture by learning how to flamenco, singing traditional songs, tasting local cuisine and watching a neighborhood soccer game.
  • Learn about the various wildlife – like bats, birds and the rare red-eyed frog – through expert-led nature hikes and zip lining through the Volcano Mombacho canopy.

General Notes

For adults and young learners ages 9-18. One youth per adult in shared accommodations. Adult is responsible for supervision of child at all times.

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