WHAT DO WE DO
Volunteer and travel experiences for the conservation of endangered species and their natural habitats.
To fund conservation local projects, we involve people into conservation activities led by local groups in Oaxaca coast, Mexico, offering 11 days experiences every month, gathering groups of people who aims to give a bit of their lives to enhance the protection of biodiversity and rural development.
To promote sustainable tourism as a tool for the species conservation
To spread the values of a life not based on the exploitation of natural resources
To strengthen local groups dedicate to the conservation of species and natural areas
This project would not work without our allies
Our local partners offer ecotourism services in Oaxaca coast. So, if you are planning a trip along the coast and our program can’t fit on it, don’t hesitate to visit any of the projects and to collaborate for the conservation for the biodiversity living an incredible experience with them!
Centro Ecoturístico Escobilla
This community group has been dedicated for more than 20 years to the conservation of the most important sanctuary for the olive ridley sea turtle in the world
Servicios de La Ventanilla
Dedicated to the conservation of one of the best preserved mangroves in Oaxaca Coast, this community group are certificated as Indigenous Paradise.
ADVC El Gavilán en Cozoaltepec
This group donated their jungle for the conservation. For 7 years, they have been studying, monitoring and protecting this amazing jungle of more than 1000ha
Being the pioneers in ecotourism in Manialtepec, they want to show the beauties of their town, protecting nature and giving an special experience to the visitors: riding horses, that live in freedom, during the sunset in the beach
Flor del Pacífico
Re-starting this amazing ecotourism project, Flor del Pacífico is facing poaching of sea turtles nests, protecting the females during their night tours with visitors in a completely safety way.
Our external partners are essential for us to be able to reach more people who wants to get involve in conservation: