Louis Armstrong International Airport
Swamp and land tours can be arranged that provide a glimpse of the Houma Native American and Cajun cultures. Several country roads into the swamp and the bayou areas allow you to view and appreciate the serenity of the area.
If you would like to take part in a treasure hunt and take your own tour of the Houma area to leave with a earned memento from the bayou area, take your own GeoTour of Houma.
To start your adventure visit http://www.houmatravel.com/geo-tour for instructions on how to participate, the free game board and other information.
For a complete list of attractions and information of the area please visit http://www.houmatravel.com/
Food: Teams are provided with three meals a day Monday through Friday. The cost below can be negotiated if your group as a whole wants to purchase and prepare your own food. A small kitchenette with a refrigerator, microwave, etc. is available for groups to use.
Teams are needed to repair homes of people in the community, help in the thrift store, provide a vacation Bible school for area children, or other projects. Volunteers of junior-high age and older are welcome.
If you are interested in volunteering, please call the office at 985-563-7483 or e-mail us at email@example.com
New dorm-style housing; mattresses, linens, pillows, and blankets are provided. The dormitory has a total of 40 beds with 20 in each the male and female side of the dorm. In the center is the lounge area for volunteers to sit back and relax when done for the day. Each the male and female side have their own private restroom complete with 4 showers each. A washer and dryer is also located in the center room.
RV hook-ups are available.
$250 per person, per week includes lodging and meals. A $100 non-refundable deposit is required to hold a date for a volunteer team. The $100 deposit will be deducted from the paying team members $250 fee.
The community of Dulac has been rocked and ripped apart by hurricanes in recent years. The people of Dulac are continually working towards restoring the community, and confronting issues these storms uncovered.
As the Dulac Community Center walks hand-in-hand with its community through social, recreational, and emergency support, your team can come alongside in the healing process by lending a helping hand. Love the community by repairing damage to area homes, hosting a VBS for local children, or working to provide resources in the thrift store and library. Get to know residents and experience the town’s cultural vibrancy as you explore its Native American heritage, tour the bayou, and see the ways the Lord is restoring peace to this storm-ridden land.
I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly. —John 10:10
First aid kit, at least one cellphone per group, mosquito repellent (30 percent DEET), and sun block (March through November)
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