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Solidarity group and family travel to Oaxaca, Mexico Today we share with you, first-hand, the testimonies of this unique experience: travelling in solidarity as a group along the coast of Oaxaca, Mexico. A trip that combines the adventure of exploring the wonders of Oaxaca with the opportunity to make a significant difference in local communities. Susana and her family, along with Monica and her daughter, had the opportunity to enjoy the rich culture, exquisite gastronomy and natural beauty of this region while contributing to sustainable development.

What is it like to make a solidarity group trip with Responsible Tourism? If you're looking for a unique and enriching way to explore new destinations while making a positive difference to local communities and the environment, you're in the right place. In this post, we take you by the hand through the amazing experience of taking a solidarity group trip with Responsible Tourism. By travelling in a group, your impact is multiplied. At Tumaini, we believe in the power of small groups to make a big impact. Our solidarity trips are

Discover 5 curiosities about the turtles of the coast of Oaxaca, Mexico The coast of Oaxaca, in Mexico, is a natural treasure where sea turtles find their home. These fascinating and majestic creatures have been around for millions of years and play a vital role in the marine ecosystem. At Tumaini we started working a couple of years ago with a special project in Puerto Escondido that invites you to immerse yourself in the world of turtles and be part of the efforts to protect them and preserve their habitat. Today you

We start the year in the best possible way, we launch new solidarity trips in Mexico! We suggest you travel to Chiapas to help improve the education of minors and adults. Doesn't that sound good? The new projects are located in San Cristóbal de las Casas, a city where indigenous people of Mayan origin (especially Tzotzil) and mestizos live side by side. This city was one of the epicenters of the Zapatista revolution in 1994. Its cobbled streets, its ocher-colored houses, its markets and its lively cultural and social atmosphere make it

We share one of the first experiences in the little school in Chiapas with which we have started to collaborate this year. Carlos spent almost a month enjoying this marvellous area of Mexico: "The day-to-day life has been very calm. I, in particular, left the hostel at 9 a.m. and, accompanied by one or more other volunteers, took a minibus to the start of the climb up to the top of the mountain.

Post by Almu, Comunicación TumainiSan Cristóbal de las Casas is the city that we liked the most on our trip through Mexico. We have been ten days and we leave with the feeling that we still have a lot to discover. This city has great colonial beauty, a cultural life that does not stop, political and social demands and numerous projects that try to give a better life to the community.Women of the Tzotzil communityIn the state of Chiapas, most of the population is indigenous. we were able to visit

Almu's post, communication Tumaini We start our trip in Mexico along the coast of Cancun, the flight is cheaper than if it is made to Mexico DF. We didn't really like the idea of flying there because we knew that much of it would be full of big hotels. It is true that Cancun is, there are many all-inclusive places but there are still nearby places where you can get to know this area in a different way. We did not spend a day there, we went directly to Valladolid. A small town that serves

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