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About Orealla

A 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.

Amerindians live mostly in reservations and villages in remote parts of the interior. Their standard of living is much lower than that of most Guyanese, and their ability to participate in decisions affecting their lands, cultures, traditions, and the allocation of natural resources is virtually nil.

The Amerindian people have been living in Guyana since the earliest of historical times, and are thus entitled to a recognition of their ownership of the land under Guyanese Law.

Mission XPerience

Children mission


Ministry Opportunities:

A. Visiting Orealla, communicating with the native people. Sharing THE JESUS FILM.
B. Ministry among the native people, church service, personal evangelism.
C. Community Service Project:
-Re-enforcing main road
-Painting of the community center
-Distribution of clothing and stuffed animals to village children.

There is also a day or two set aside for Sightseeing; rainforest and savannahs: hitchhiking, swimming, fishing.
(Team members must have their own fishing equipment or enjoy the excitement of making it locally)
Teams must be prepared to minister for the duration of the trip. Testimonies, puppets, drama, mime, preaching, teaching will have to be prepared to communicate cross culturally. Our goal is to communicate the Gospel of Christ to the people of Orealla, while being sensitive to the local culture.


Project Cost Estimates:  $27,975.00

Below is a detailed cost estimate for the project at Orealla.


  1. Clean up and construction of enrichment center and new bathroom facilities, etc.--- $ 5,000.00 
  2. Construction of beds and Mattresses for new site--- $ 3,000.00
  3. Jesus Film BackPack (for large audience: available through "Complete Give them life" pk)--- $ 5,975.00
  4. Main Project Cost: Shoring up/repair of main trail(road) including materials: Timber/Sand/Paint/Gas for generator Transportation of goods downriver, etc)--- $ 10,000.00
  5. 4- Portable Generator (Honda EU2000i Generator $999.00ea)--- $ 4,000.00

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Trip Cost and Other Important Details


The Total Cost of Mission XPerience- Guyana/Orealla is $985.00 per person.

What is included:

  • 1 round-trip airline ticket from Fort Lauderdale/Miami to Georgetown
  • Three meals per day during the time in Guyana
  • Travel and transportation in Guyana
  • Sightseeing in Guyana
  • Accommodations in Guyana
  • Travel Insurance.**Your insurance DOES NOT cover the loss of electronic items (Ipads, phones, cameras, etc.)**
  • Departure Tax


What is 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
  • Meals/snacks prior to departure from Miami


  •  A valid U.S. passport is required for U.S. citizens to enter and depart Guyana. If you are not a US Citizen, a visa may be required. The departure tax at the airport is $20.00 US per person and is included in the cost of the trip.

Flight Weight Allowance:

  • 1 Suitcases, 50 lb Max./ 1 Carryon
(You are allowed two suitcases, however, for this trip you are limited to one, your second piece will be assigned by Bags of Hope- And will contain materials pertaining to the project at Orealla.
  •  Check-in time will be two hours prior to boarding.



This is a short list of items to include in your packing. As we think of more items, we will add to the list.

Hand Sanitizer * Mosquito Repellent * Toilet Paper * Light Clothing * Sun Glasses * Sun Block * Flip Flops * Tennis Shoes * Towels * Flashlight * Batteries * Snacks (your favorites) * Anti-diarrheal * Medication * Camera * Bedding & Sleeping Bags

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