Teams are responsible for providing all supplies and materials necessary to complete their mission objectives. La Cima DOES NOT provide these items. La Cima is responsible for logistics and planning of "in-country" aspects of a mission trip. This may result in total expenses being greater than the team fee + airfare, but it is determined by the team leader and not La Cima.
Lodging is in San Pedro Sula in a modern motel.
Teams must have a minimum of twelve (12) but not more than twenty-four (24) members. Special exceptions to these parameters can be made with prior approval of La Cima. Most of the time, rooms are double beds with double occupancy. If there is an odd number of people on a team, it may be necessary for a rollaway bed to be used in one room. This is done in an effort to keep the trip fees as low as possible.
Unmarried couples cannot share a room.
Breakfast is at the hotel or a local restaurant. Lunches will generally be fast food or provided by partner missionaries on day clinics away from the city.
Evening meals will be in local restaurants, some with familiar names such as Applebee’s and Ruby Tuesday, others that are locally owned and operated. All have been evaluated by our staff and they are some of the nicest restaurants around. The food is fantastic.