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Aguadulce, Panama


Panama is the link between Central and South America.  Most widely known for the Panama Canal, this country has always been a crossroad of cultures.  With a poplulation of more than 3.5 million people including Creoles, Mestizos (European & Native American), European immigrants, Africans, Chinese, and indigenous Indians, Panama has earned its nickname: “The Melting Pot.”

Aguadulce (translated ‘sweet water’) is a smaller city in the rural part of Panama.  It’s located in the heart of the country – about a 3 hour drive from Panama City.  Our teams partner with Pastor Jorge who oversees 7 churches in the Aguadulce area.

Ministry opportunities include evangelistic programs in public schools, universities, hospitals, and urban plazas.  Groups will also facilitate children’s and youth programs and partake in various work projects.  Take a river trip into an indigenous village and share the gospel message through dance, drama, and testimony.

For a fun activity, be sure to visit the Panama Canal!





  • June 11-20
  • June 25-July 4
  • July 9-18
  • July 23-August 1
  • August 6-15
  • Customized dates are available

* These dates include training at our YWAM campus (“outreach-only” trips are also available).



  • $80 per person/per day
  • $720 per person (9 days - includes training)
  • $560 per person (7 days - outreach only)

* Price does not include airfare, travel insurances, or “free day” activities



name: Jamie Martinez

e-mail me

phone: 763-477-6777 ext. 235


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