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[Near Cancun] Construction Trip $595


Trip #9627

  • Mission Trip Agency

    DCI Missions

    Offering agency

  • Mission Trip Location

    Multiple Countries, Central America

  • Mission Trip Dates

    Approx: Dec 2018, Jan or Feb 2019

    Lasts between Up to 2 weeks

  • Mission Trip Ministry

    Church Planting

    Community Development, Construction, Missionary Support/Care, and Service Projects & Helps

  • Mission Trip Cost

    Total : $595 (US)

    Includes: Lodging, Meals, and Travel to and from location

Do CONSTUCTION IN THE LAND OF THE MAYANS / This construction trip is perfect for the Missions Program, Church or Business with a World Vision!

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What the Mission Trip Will Be Like

LOGO ruins [Near Cancun]
A Construction Project Mission Is the Traditional Way!

Raise project funds and then go, has become a forgotten way of doing missions work. Many professionals are finding it difficult to connect with a place where they can use their skills. At DCI, because we own the locations where you are going, you can simply raise funds and come!

Come build an outreach center for Indian youth in the land on of the Mayans. This location is 2 1/2 hours west of Cancun.

We are also offering a construction to Belize Central America. Cement and masonry teams needed.

Relation of Opportunity to National Church and/or Long-term Goals

What is a construction project mission trip?
Construction project trips are different from package mission trips.
A team construction project trip is for the church, business, organization or university whose method for world missions is raising funds for a construction project and simply purchases airfare. Each person on your team simply raises $795 per person for their lodging and food, then you purchase your airfare.

Participant Information, Recommendations, Requirements

Participant Age

Elementary, Jr. High, Sr. High, College, Adult, and Seniors

Eligible to Go

Individuals, Groups [max size 120], Married Couples, and Families


Experienced Teams Needed



Go.. where you never thought you would!
Do.. what you never thought you could!
Be.. what you always knew you should be!

Mission Trip Offered By DCI Missions

DCI Missions

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Is it still possible to find an affordable place to go on a short term mission trip? Fortunately there is, if you know where to go! Many people find that by choosing missionaries living in the country where God has placed in their heart to go, is the most effective way to take a mission trip. By choosing DCI for your next mission trip, you are coming to serve with missionaries living and operating in Belize, Caribbean, Guatemala and the Mayan Yucatan [Near Cancun].

Inquire about this Mission Trip

Contact DCI Missions about this short-term mission trip:

William Craver at DCI Missions

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Mission Trip Details

Location Information

Central America
[1] The size of your team can not be larger than 25 and no smaller than 8 members. If you exceed 12 members, the cost of each team member is $695.
[2] Project mission trips are also perfect for: Men Groups, Home Cell Groups, Adult Sunday School classes.
[3] Project trips are 6 to 8 day mission trips.
[4] $100 deposit per person will lock-in your team trip.
[5] Extra days can be added for Giant Mayan Ruins or exploring for an additional cost.


Start date
Approx: Dec 2018, Jan or Feb 2019
Up to 2 weeks

Demographics of People Being Ministered To

People Group(s)
Mayan Indians


Funds needed
Total : $595 (US)
Included in Cost
Lodging, Meals, and Travel to and from location

Training and Debriefing

Pre-field Training
Post-field Debrief
Must Be Experienced with Construction and Remodeling

Application Information

How to apply
Send an inquiry for details on the application process for this mission trip.

Other Information

DCI Values
At DCI… It’s About Effectiveness!

At DCI we pride ourselves on not being the biggest but we work everyday on being the best. Years ago my husband and I as founders of DCI saw that by focusing on one group at a time, the experience was much more effective than spreading ourselves thin over many regions. So while praying, we felt the call to the Mayan Yucatan.