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Last Call for Adventure, Permaculture & Service - Nicaraguan Style

From: user 5.
Sent on: Wednesday, December 16, 2009 3:46 PM
Yo PermaFrost Folks,

This is a last call for our next tropical permaculture venture, January 2010. Join us in serving and learning while connecting with one of the most bio diverse and culturally rich regions of the planet.

Mano a Mano Tours

Get out of NYC for a winter break in the tropics while connecting and working on grass roots community projects. U.S. based non-profit Project Bona Fide* is offering two 10 day tours this winter to Nicaragua under the name Mano a Mano Tours.

Mano a Mano's focus is bringing cultural immersion and adventure together through off-track adventures and participation in grassroots programs.

We are looking for intrepid travelers of all ages and backgrounds to take an incredible journey into the heart of Latin America.
Mano a Mano Tours connects you with:

  • Sustainable Agricultural Projects                               
  • Rain Fed Lagoons
  • Tropical Fruits
  • Cloud Forests
  • Permaculture
  • Agro-Ecology
  • Petroglyphs
  • Chocolate
  • Island Life
  • Volcanoes
  • Local Arts & Crafts
  • Children's Nutritional Programs
  • Fair Trade Coffee Cooperatives
  • Botanic and Cultural Diversity
  • Fresh Tropical Fruits
  • Grassroots Programs
  • Open Air Markets
  • Rural Communities

Venture off to the road less traveled and away from the typical tourist route to connect with other cultures and amazing biodiversity!


* Project Bona Fide is a non-profit organization working toward sustaining culture through organic agriculture, community correlated outreach, and re-forestation projects in Nicaragua.

Michael Judd
Founder, Co-Director
Project Bona Fide

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