Home Destination Date Max Budgets Our services are oriented and developed under the principle of Ecological Tourism Eco tourism or ecotourism is an alternative tourism style different from traditional tourism. It is an approach to tourism activities in which the sustainability, preservation, appreciation of the environment (both natural and cultural) that welcomes and sensitizes travelers is favored. Although there are different interpretations, ecotourism is generally promoted as “ethical” tourism, where the well-being of local populations is also presumed, and this presumption is reflected in the structure and functioning of enterprises, and cooperatives that are dedicated to offer such service.Due to its boom ecotourism has already become the fastest growing segment and the most dynamic sector of the tourism market worldwide. This movement appeared in the late 1980s, and has already attracted enough interest at the international level, to the point that the UN dedicated the year 2002 to eco-tourism. The International Ecotourism Society (TIES) 1 defines ecotourism as “a responsible trip to natural areas that conserve the environment and improve the well-being of the local population.” Genuine ecotourism should follow the following seven principles, both for service providers and for beneficiaries: * Minimize the negative impacts, for the environment and for the community, that generate the activity; * Build respect and environmental and cultural awareness; * Provide positive experiences for both visitors and hosts; * Provide direct financial benefits for conservation; * Provide financial benefits and strengthen participation in decision-making by the local community; * Create sensitivity to the political, environmental and social climate of host countries; * Support universal human rights and labor laws. Despite its short existence, ecotourism is seen by several conservation groups, international institutions and governments as a viable alternative for sustainable development. There are countries such as Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, Kenya, Madagascar, Nepal and Ecuador (Galapagos Islands), where ecotourism produces a significant part of the foreign exchange income from tourism, and even in some cases, the country’s economy.