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Chiapas is one of the most fascinating states of Mexico. Located in the southern region, Chiapas has a geographical patchwork of many different climates and landscapes. Considered the most bio-diverse region in the country due to its great variety and abundance of flora and fauna, it is also an area rich in archaeological sites and eminent indigenous groups such as the Choles, Jalcatecos, Lacandones, Tzeltal, Zoque, Cakchiqueles, Mame, Tojolabal, Kanjobal, Moncho, Quiche, and Tzotzil.
In Chiapas, the options offered by nature tourism are varied, from rustic cabins in the jungle to complete sailing expedition packages on kayaks and rafts, to penetrating into the depths of the earth while exploring caves. Chiapas is attractive to the tourist looking to connect with nature and the indigenous people of this land. We always express absolute respect to the natural and cultural environment of the sites we visit.
Our purpose is to provide the finest available outdoor experience for each of our participants in the great and diverse Chiapas and to make your visit one that you will remember for a very long time. Most importantly, we want you come back!
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Number of employees: 8
Percentage of local employees: 100%
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Nearest international airport: Tapachula (TAP)
In 2008, we earned the M Distinction, an award given by the national government to businesses that meet the standards of the Modern Quality Program and implement management systems that generate results in customer satisfaction, process improvement, profitability, and employee personal development.
Tours de naturaleza en Chiapas, México
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Ernesto López Gutiérrez
1° de marzo # 30, Centro Histórico
San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas
Rainforest Alliance Verified™
Date: July, 2011
Environmental management: 71%
Sociocultural management: 83%
Business management: 73%
Overall performance: 76%