Housing in Belize is in the volunteer houses at Camalote Camp in Belmopan. The camp has bunk beds and air conditioning, a rare treat for mission trips in Belize. Guys and girls will have separate sleeping areas. The Catholic Mission Trips, Inc., staff will sleep separately from the group at all times.
Meals will be provided starting Sunday evening when you arrive, until you depart the following Saturday. The only meals that are not included are your free day meals. Breakfasts are generally continental, lunches are at the school, and dinners are always hot.
In Belize, we working in the community of Belmopan. The manual labor can include painting, concrete work, and cinder block work. Community outreach projects are also available in the form of tutoring, advocacy for adoption, volunteering at a pregnancy crisis center, or the Boys’ Cowboy Club.
Free Day Option
Each group has the option to use one of their days as a free day. Most groups plan on taking Friday as their free day. Your group can enjoy activities such as cave tubing, visiting the Mayan ruins, or snorkeling, to name a few!
Pray for good weather. If we get rain, it’s possible that the outdoor projects will be cancelled for the day. Catholic Mission Trips, Inc., will try to arrange both outdoor and indoor projects for each group.
$800 per person (Airfare not included.)
- Due to COVID19, our international mission trips are on hold. Register your group today for an international mission trip in 2022. We look forward to serving alongside your group!