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NICARAGUA MISSION TRIPS

HOI began sending mission trips to Nicaragua in 2013. Finca el Peten, HOI’s home base near Jinotega, Nicaragua, is an organic coffee farm with dormitories and dining facilities for volunteers. Located on the shores of Lake Apanás, Finca el Peten is only 20 minutes from the village of Los Robles, where mission trip volunteers will participate in community development projects.

This mission trip to Nicaragua includes a visit to the colonial city of Granada, the first European city in mainland America, and potential additional trips to the Nicaraguan coast and volcanic sites.

To learn more, please read some of our FAQs below or contact Laurie Willing.

  • HOW DO VOLUNTEERS SERVE?
    Volunteers work alongside local villagers to complete projects to improve the health and well-being of the community. These construction projects include building latrines, chimneys, water connections, and more. We encourage medical professionals to use their gifts in the villages as well.

  • WHO TRAVELS WITH HOI?
    Groups with 10-18 individuals may volunteer with HOI in Nicaragua. These may be churches, families, athletic teams, professional groups, and more. Volunteers must be at least 13 years old to participate if accompanied by an adult relative of the same gender.

  • WHY TRAVEL WITH HOI?
    There are many organizations doing outstanding work all over the globe, and HOI’s philosophy and work challenge the best. Learn what makes us different.

    We hope you will recruit a team from your church, school, community, or workplace. If you are interested in organizing a trip or joining a mission team, please contact Laurie Willing.