Dec. 14-23, 2018
EXPERIENCE COSTA RICA
Costa Rica is a rugged, rainforested Central American country with coastlines on the Caribbean and Pacific. This eco-tourism trip will include three days at the beach in Manuel Antonio National Park, a small National Park located on the Pacific Coast, two days serving with a local ministry helping an orphanage, with refugees, or in construction. You also will visit San Jose, the capital Costa Rica, and spend one day at Waterfall Garden La paz and Paos Volcano.
The trip will be based at Portantorchas, a campus for Torchbearers of the Capernwray Missionary Fellowship. Portantorchas is 10 miles from San Jose, the capital city. Founded in 1991, Portantorchas is situated on 5 1/2 acres with colorful gardens and trees. The grounds of the campus are perfect for small group activities and for spending quiet time with God.
The all-inclusive cost for the trip is $1,850. A non-refundable deposit of $850 is due by Oct. 29. Final payment is due by Dec. 1. This price includes round-trip flights, room and board, and all excursions, including a special rainforest canopy tour.
WHO CAN GO?
The trip is led by Adam Baron, director of community engagement and strategy, and his wife Maria Jose Baron. Space is limited with a maximum of 12 students.
Complete the form to make contact with Dr. David Brackney, faculty sponsor of the Earth Studies Field Study program, to ask questions, receive pertinent details or to indicate your interest.