Panorama Service Expedition staff are located both in Nicaragua and the United States, ensuring that we can efficiently communicate with our partners and collaborators at all times.

Whether it be with local community members in Nicaragua or project leaders and participants in the United States, we are in constant contact. It is through this constant contact that we are able to create a project that fits both the desires of participants and the needs of the communities. This in turn creates a shared sense of ownership throughout the planning, execution, and follow-up of the project. Our staff are available every step of the way as participants journey from growing their ideas regarding a project to making these a reality. We provide all participants with abundant resources, from seminars on fundraising and teambuilding, among others, to expert travel advice and educational material. Our PSE staff works hard to make sure this is not only an experience of a lifetime, but one that leaves a legacy for others to build upon.

Participant Testimonial

"I love all of you and will never forget my time in beautiful Santa Julia. Not just beautiful because of the trees, but because of the beautiful hearts of the people."
Jazmine Nicole Herrington, Pierce College
Santa Julia, June 2015


Pierce College students visit Nicaragua as part of new alternative break program.

Instead of the typical college break backdrop of sunny beaches and raucous hotel rooms, a group of Pierce College students opted for a completely different experience to kick off their summer break.


Alternative Breaks Leave Big Impression on UT Participants

Halfway through the week during the PEACE Alternative Break trip to Nicaragua, the team and community members had a fiesta to celebrate the local women’s cooperative’s eight-year anniversary (as well as a 16-year-old boy’s birthday).


Spring Break trip brings hope to Nicaragua

Former Leadership and Education Consultant Steven Thomas (Delta Kappa/Ball State 2005) currently serves as the Assistant Director of Orientation and Special Programs at The University of Alabama.


Spring Break Service Trip to Nicaragua Impacts BVU Students

Ten Buena Vista University students participated in an AWOL (Alternative Week of Off-site Learning) trip during spring break, enabling them to volunteer their time and service with a focus on grassroots sustainability and economic development in Nicaragua.


Making a Difference in Nicaragua

Eight MDC students recently traveled to Nicaragua to make a positive impact on the lives of orphans in an impoverished rural village. What they couldn’t predict was how forceful the trip’s impact would be on their own lives.


Auburn University Alternative Student Breaks

On December 14, 2013, a group of 7 Auburn students accompanied by our super cool, camera-savvy advisor started our journey to Nicaragua for a week that we would never forget. Once we took off from Atlanta, we had a plane ride of about 3 hours.


Panorama Travel Offers a New Group Air Travel Website.

A new and innovative group air travel website is now available for your air travel needs. Contact us today ( or call 305-220-9608) to get free access.


Juntos con Nicaragua

“Changing the world, one break at a time,” is the mission of alternative Breaks, FIU’s largest, year-round, service-learning program offered by Student Affairs’ Center for Leadership and Service.


Students create sustainable environment in Ometepe.

In March 2013 members of the FIU Honors College traveled to Nicaragua’s Ometepe Island – one of the world’s natural wonders and a UNESCO-designated Biosphere Reserve – as part of alternative Breaks.


Students commit to helping the village of Santa Julia

Two groups from MMC traveled to the rural community of Santa Julia in Nicaragua this past March as part of alternative Breaks.


Students build a foundation and strong bonds in Nicaragua

In March 2013, nine BBC students worked tirelessly for the residents of Los Fierros, Nicaragua – a remote town an hour from Managua.


FIU sends first medical brigade to Nicaragua

In March 2013, nine members of the pre-medical honors group Students Taking Initiative Through Collaboration in Honors (STITCH) became FIU’s first medical brigade to work in Nicaragua.


FIU students to volunteer around the world.

Close to 160 FIU students will spend their time helping others through their participation in FIU’s Alternative Spring Break program.


Students to travel across country and abroad.

More than 200 students are getting ready to spend their Spring Break serving others, some as close as Marathon, FL, and others as far as Ometepe, Nicaragua.

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