Trinidad & Tobago
Trip cost: US$1,890
Travel to Trinidad and Tobago and help Habitat for Humanity build homes for families in need of decent and affordable shelter.
This team will stay near Port of Spain, Trinidad’s bustling capital city. As you build alongside future homeowners, you’ll be welcomed into the community, fill up on traditional food with heavy influences from Indian, African and Creole cuisine, and meet the neighbors whose neighborhood you’re helping to improve. You’ll explore local sights and experience the harmonious cultural diversity of this island nation.
You'll stay in a modest, comfortable hotel with two people in each room. Enjoy lunch on the build site and dinner at the hotel or in local restaurants. As you work alongside skilled masons, you'll assist with essential construction tasks such as mixing cement and mortar, digging foundations, painting, carrying materials and much more.
Global Village sends volunteers to build with Habitat for Humanity projects across the world. Get your hands dirty on the work site, meet families whose housing situations have been improved with Habitat’s help, experience the country as an insider and do it all alongside a team of like-minded volunteers. No experience is required! This build is your next step with Habitat to make the world a better place.
- Saturday: Arrive. Arrive at Port of Spain airport, where Habitat for Humanity staff welcomes you. Travel to accommodations and meet your team over dinner.
- Sunday: Learn. Habitat staff will orient you to our work in Trinidad and Tobago and introduce you to the community in which you’ll work.
- Monday-Friday: Build. Get your hands dirty on the construction site, with free time and team activities in the evenings.
- Saturday: Explore. Day trip to Tobago and enjoy a farewell dinner with the rest of your team.
- Sunday: Goodbyes. Continue your journey to Trinidad independently or depart for home.
Leading this team
Steve Acton will lead this team to Trinidad and Tobago and would love to tell you more about the experience.
When asked why he's excited to lead another trip, Steve shared, "Each trip is special to me. It fills my heart with happiness knowing that a great group of volunteers have come together to build a home for a well-deserving family."