Wilderness Medicine CME

Guatemala Medical Mission

Wheelchair Delivery Project

March 2 - 9, 2019

8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS from $2,095

Our staff at 1-800-246-7238 is ready to help

Trip Highlights

  • Spend 2 full days custom fitting our donated wheelchairs and visit the factory where they are made

  • Stroll the cobblestone streets of the majestic town of Antigua - with an expert local guide to soak up the rich history

  • Visit local villages around spectacular Lake Atitlan by boat

  • Experience Chichicastenango: one of the most famous markets in Central America, renowned for hand-woven textiles

  • Hike up to the flanks of Picaya Volcano and roast marshmallows in the steam vents

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A wheelchair can affect the life of a needy and disabled child in a profoundly positive way!

The goal of this short-term, non-profit medical mission trip is to donate and deliver wheelchairs to needy disabled children in Guatemala.

This short-term medical mission trip was designed so that physicians of all specialties, along with their non-physician families and guests can take an active role in the wheelchair delivery. The CME participants, along with their spouses / guests can all be involved as a useful part of the delivery team.

$500 of your trip cost on this non-profit trip will be donated to the purchase of the wheelchairs, so each attendee will be “sponsoring” all of the costs for two needy children---and then you will experience the joy of personally delivering and fitting the wheelchairs to disabled children.

After we have completed the wheelchair delivery, our group will enjoy a fantastic natural history tour of some of the highlights of Guatemala! The Antigua area is absolutely beautiful and fantastic!

Guatemala Wilderness Medicine CME map

Itinerary Snapshot

Guatemala Medical Mission
Wheelchair Delivery Project
Wilderness Medicine CME


Guatemala Medical Mission
Wheelchair Delivery Project

Trip Cost: $2,095* per person
(Cost includes wheelchair donation, lodging, dinners, and activities described above.)

Trip cost also includes $500 donation per person which will be entirely used towards the cost of the wheelchairs. $500 will provide 2 chairs, thus providing greater independence for 2 disabled children. The wheelchairs are made at the factory near Antigua. This wheelchair program is facilitated by Hope Haven, a non-profit organization.

Additional CME Cost: $695 (Approved for 16.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits)
*per person, based on double occupancy.

Questions? Ready to reserve your spot?
Speak to an expert at Bio Bio Expeditions - the award winning outfitter of this trip


A few of the publications Bio Bio Expeditions has been featured in:

Guatemala Medical mission CEU CME

Testimonials From Your Colleagues

"Amazing, wonderful experience. I feel like I helped and made a difference in the children and families. They were all very grateful. It has changed my view of nursing outside the box!" ... "Could not ask for better faculty than Dr. Allred and Dr. Serra!...they are both very welcoming and I am a better person and nurse for meeting them."


"Excellent experience....Would recommend to others. I always have an enjoyable experience on Wilderness Medicine CME trips. Dr. Allred and Serra are phenomenal lecturers...knowledgeable and well spoken...a pleasure to spend time with them on the trip."


"What fun! All I hoped for. I look forward to doing more trips of a similar nature"



Read About Our Most Recent Trip to Guatemala

This week-long trip to Guatemala offers the opportunity to give a gift that lasts a lifetime to a disabled child and the child’s family – a wheelchair.

Donating and seating children in wheelchairs is the primary focus of our trip. However, they are not the only ones receiving a gift. We, the travelers, the givers, the helpers also receive a gift that is immeasurable.

Faculty for the Guatemala Medical Mission

Wilderness Medicine CME

Sheryl Olson

Sheryl Olson, RN, BSN: Outdoor Survival and Navigation Instructor, Flight Nurse, Wilderness Safety Instructor, Cruise Ship Nurse, Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Wilderness Medicine Instructor Larry Moore

Larry Moore, MD: Board Certified Emergency Medicine physician. Physician advisor/educator for the ambulance services in Teller County Colorado. Spent 4 years as a shipboard doctor for Norwegian Cruise Lines.


  • Altitude Illness
  • Hypothermia
  • Frostbite and Other Cold Injuries
  • Environmental Heat Illness
  • Traveler's Diarrhea, Giardia & Other Waterborne Wilderness Infections
  • Surviving the Unexpected Night Out
  • Lightning Injuries
  • Improvised Medical and Trauma Care
  • Management of Fractures and Dislocations
  • Preparing for Foreign Travel
  • Backcountry Medical Kits
  • Wilderness Wound Management
  • Patient Assessment in Wilderness Settings
  • Wilderness Dermatology
  • Marine Hazards & Envenomations
  • Snake Envenomation


"This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of the Center for Emergency Medical Education and Wilderness and Travel Medicine. The Center for Emergency Medical Education is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians."

The Center for Emergency Medical Education designates this live activity for a maximum of
16.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.

Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

This trip is planned, outfitted and conducted by Bio Bio Expeditions, or subcontractors arranged by Bio Bio Expeditions. Please note that Wilderness and Travel Medicine, LLC is responsible for the CME Educational content only. Wilderness and Travel Medicine reserves the right to change or substitute the faculty for any CME course without advance or prior notice to participants.

For more information or to register for this trip please call

Bio Bio Expeditions at 1-800-246-7238