You have found a platform that provides resources for inner and outer travel. Nature has solutions for us on many levels: from macro to micro; from cosmos to cell. It’s no secret that nature has a healing effect on us – so let’s get out! We customize eco-cultural tours and retreats that support body, mind and soul.
With the launch of Project Mayan Encounter in 2008, the ground stone was set for eco-cultural travel alternatives that can be modified to accommodate wheelchair travelers. The mission that all stakeholders share is providing meaningful experiences for travelers, support local businesses, and respect local environments – which means people and places.
Being involved in voluntourism has been one great way to support local communities and provide meaningful experience to travelers. Also, visiting a biosphere reserve or a site of UNESCO World Heritage caliber compliments retreats just wonderfully.
The US Southwest – wild and fascinating with its touching history. The remaining traces of a rough past can hardly convey the energies of their time. The path of the conquerors, El Camino Real, runs from San Francisco to San Diego, leaving only gorgeous buildings. Timeless are the protected natural parks, ethnic reservations and cultural diversity. The southwest has always been a magnet!
Retreat: Find Inner Peace And Find Yourself
Whether in the mystical temples of the Maya, the empire of the druids and Celts, or in the land of the indigenous peoples of North America – a retreat from electrosmog, stress and daily routine is necessary from time to time to keep us on the right path and to recharge our life battery.
Walk on the Bottom of the Ocean
The Wadden Sea is a unique natural environment. The drastic tides in the northern latitudes let you walk over to an island in the North Sea at ebb tide. Find out how people live on a “Hallig”, a tiny personal island. Meet hearty locals and explore ancient hanseatic cities. In 2019, the Wadden Sea biosphere reserve celebrates its 10th anniversary as a UNESCO World Heritage!