Social Outreach

Pioneers on conscious and transformative festivals in Central America:

From our beginning, we have been developing what is worthy and necessary; because we are here to serve life and transformation.

With a clear mission we have been leaving a positive impact with the help of people like you for around ten years.

Help through sustainable and regenerative experiences, and keep in mind that part of what you are investing in your festival will reach our indigenous communities and forest.

What are we doing?

Promoting mindful and inspirational experiences that benefit you, the residents you meet, and mother nature.

Our many initiatives aim to preserve the forest and empower local communities with an alternate income source and generate a sense of pride through travelers’ appreciation.

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We provide direct and constant support through:

-Community, sustainable and regenerative tourism.

-Reforestation of forest and protected areas.

-Creation of nonprofit cultural events in favor of communities and social projects.

-Support and international exposure of local artists, artisans, farmers & their products.​

-Export of handmade products and edibles.

-Rescue and rapid action support team for natural disasters.

-Volunteering. 

-Training and workshops regarding female and business empowerment, bio-construction, arts, recycling, nutrition and, permaculture.

-Mural paintings in schools, community centers, and parks.

-Bioconstruction of bookstores and scholar classrooms. ​

-Construction of rural scholar permaculture gardens.​

-Donation of various materials and supplies to remodel and improve different community projects and social centers.

-Monetary help.

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Who do you support when you travel with us?

- Indigenous rights and female empowerment centers - Lake Atitlan (Santiago Atitlan).

- Education / Rural schools - Lake Atitlan (Santiago Atitlan, San Juan La Laguna y San Pablo).

- Permaculture and reforestation - Lake Atitlan (San Lucas Toliman), Alta Verapaz (Lanquin y Cahabon), and El Peten (San Andres / Carmelita).

- Health and nutrition centers - Lake Atitlan (San Marcos La Laguna).

- Associations of Mayan spiritual guides - Sololá (El Novillero), Lake Atitlán (Santiago Atitlán and San Pedro La Laguna) and Amatitlán.

- Coops of handmade products and agriculture - Lake Atitlan (Santiago Atitlan, San Juan La Laguna, and Las Verapaces (Lanquin & Cahabon).

- To the affected communities when natural disasters occur - The entire national territory.

- To independent Mayan indigenous artists - The entire national territory.

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We couldn't do what we are doing if it weren't for these inspiring social projects' endless hard work.
 
For us is is an honor and privilege to partner with them to strengthen our mission and theirs. 

How do you make the difference by attending our events with us?

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Some of our latest outstanding achievements:
 

- Feb 2020 / Bio-construction works on Lake Atitlan:

Proudly and giving many thanks to all the explorers, supporters, friends, and family that believe in our different projects; after years of constant hard work, we were able to formal inaugurate:

-The public library in San Juan La Laguna rural school.

-The multifunctional public classroom in San Pablo La Laguna rural school.

Imagine this; after being used for a very short time (as stages for events and retreats), several wooden and bamboo structures were transformed and came to life to brighten the lives of hundreds of children who lack their facilities to receive classes.

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Some of our latest outstanding achievements:
 

- Feb 2020 / Bio-construction works on Lake Atitlan:

Proudly and giving many thanks to all the explorers, supporters, friends, and family that believe in our different projects; after years of constant hard work, we were able to formal inaugurate:

-The public library in San Juan La Laguna rural school.

-The multifunctional public classroom in San Pablo La Laguna rural school.

Imagine this; after being used for a very short time (as stages for events and retreats), several wooden and bamboo structures were transformed and came to life to brighten the lives of hundreds of children who lack their facilities to receive classes.

How can you help?

-Travel with us and buy our products, as it will benefit both you and the communities.

 

Stand out and make a big difference feeling good knowing that you are not only partying, but you are also directly supporting things that nowadays really matter.

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