Do Not Miss This Life Changing Opportunity to Join Church, Community and Business Leaders
in witnessing, first hand, the miracles happening each and every day in rural Nicaragua!


Join Us for Go and See 2017 ▪ April 19 - 23, 2017

Go and See 2017 Trip Information

Join the Rainbow Network in Nicaragua to see first-hand how
healthcare, education, economic development, and housing
are helping rural communities become self-sustaining.

 

2017 Trip Itinerary

Wed, April 19 – Travel to Nicaragua

Thurs, April 20 – Visit healthcare, education, economic development and housing programs in one of Rainbow Network’s 7 networks.

Fri, April 21 – Continue touring Rainbow Network communities and programs in an established area.

Sat, April 22 – Travel Home or Optional Sightseeing Day. Tour Masaya’s volcano and open-air market and explore downtown Granada.

Sun, April 23 – Travel Home

 

 

Cost of the Trip

Prices include, hotel, interpreters, transportation, and the optional sightseeing day expenses.

Airfare is to be arranged and paid for by each individual traveler.

Wednesday-Saturday  

Single-Occupancy: $575.00 + airfare

Double-Occupancy: $450.00 + airfare

Wednesday-Sunday

Single-Occupancy: $700.00 + airfare

Double-Occupancy: $575.00 + airfare

FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT THE RESERVE YOUR PLACE PAGE,
CALL THE RAINBOW NETWORK OFFICE AT 417.889.8088,
OR EMAIL GOANDSEE@RAINBOWNETWORK.ORG!

 

 

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The Rainbow Network's mission is to share in the love of Jesus Christ by partnering with Nicaragua's poorest people in healthcare, education, economic development and housing. Rainbow Network is currently working to lift 42,000 people out of extreme poverty throughout 112 rural villages in rural Nicaragua. Rainbow's unique approach combines comprehensive services in the areas of housing, healthcare, education, and economic development, building the framework of a productive local economy to entire communities. Our work is designed to empower peo­ple living in remote areas in destitute conditions. Rainbow Network enters by invitation into communities where basic services for the poor are extremely limited or not available from the Nicaraguan government, other religious organizations or social agencies.The goal of our programs is to provide people with the opportunities to become self-sufficient and be able to raise their economic status so that they are able to provide their own food for their families, obtain descent housing and be able to send their children to school.