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About Siparuta

Guyana 2014 103A small village of indigenous peoples of Guyana made up of Amerindians. The village is on the Corentyne River, overlooking Suriname. Most of the people live in the jungle. Orealla is the Big town in this region. Having been in the small village it is peaceful and simple. Their are no electricity, no cars and the main road is a 8 foot wide dirt path which is constantly eroding because of heavy rains. The grass huts are slowly going away and you see a lot of wood and brick structures. Many of the people still bathe in the river.



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The adventure begins from the moment we board the “Orealla Express” to head down-river into Guyana’s rainforest. If you’ve never been on a trip like this, then, HERE’S YOUR CHANCE! Don’t let the opportunity slip by! Join up with our international team of Americans, Brazilians, Haitians, and of course Guyanese to make the magic happen.

campersShare in the experience and fun of getting together with young people from around the world... and spending a week together in Orealla/Siparuta. You will be given an opportunity to share God’s love with the people of this community.... But at the same time, you will have the opportunity to Grow in Christ!



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Then.... The fun begins... with the AMAZING RACE... Orealla/Siparuta edition. Have you ever rowed a canoe, peeled a dry coconut or filled up a 5 gallon bottle with a water from a river... using a little cup? Well, you team depends on you to get it done.. FAST! Join your team members as they traverse the villages of Orealla and Siparuta to get their mission completed in record time!

If you want to be a part of this amazing adventure.... Invite a friend to sign up with you for Mission Experience 2015!

Space is limited, so, SIGN UP TODAY!

Tentative Schedule

  • July 18:Leave Georgetown @ 6:00am for Siparuta
  • July 19:Youth Camp Activities Day 1
  • July 20:Youth Camp Activities Day 2
  • July 21:Youth Camp Activities Day 3
  • July 22:Youth Camp Activities Day 4
  • July 23:Youth Camp Activities Day 5
  • July 24:Youth Camp Day Activities 6
  • July 25:Leave Siparuta

  • Cost and Other Important Details

    Cost of this trip will $6000.00 (GUY) per person.

    This includes:

  • Transportation from Corriverton to Orealla/ Siparuta
  • Three meals per day at Camp
  • Accommodations
  • Not Included

  • Spending money
  • Souvenirs/ Money for the purchase of Souvenirs
  • Additional entertainment not included in the trip
  • Additional beverages or food in addition to what is normally provided
  • Soda and Snacks purchased during travel or in villages
  • Shopping expenses

  • Deadlines

  • Initial Deposit of $2000.00(GUY)–April 30
  • Second Deposit of $2000.00(GUY)–May 30
  • Final Payment of $2000.00(GUY)–July 30

  • Where To Make Payments:


      Rev. James Morgan
      Telephone:  691-0132


      Daniel Papanah
      Rose Hall
      Telephone: 611-8083

    What to pack:

    *Hand Sanitizer    *Mosquito Repellent   *Toilet Paper   *Light Clothing   *Sun Glasses   *Sun Block   *Flip Flops   *Tennis Shoes   *Towels   *Flashlight   *Batteries   *Snacks  *Anti-diarrheal medication  *Camera   *Bedding(sheets & Pillowcases)  *Bible

     Bags of Hope  /  International  / Mission Experience: Camp Information for GUYANESE CAMPERS ONLY

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