RIOS Guatemala Fund Raising Expedition – Highlands to the Sea
Float through Rio Dulce National Park, a canyon waterway that provides sanctuary during the hurricane season and habitat for more species of birds than the United States and Canada combined.
Hike the Biotop Quetzal, cloud forest reserve of resplendent Quetzal, sacred bird of the ancient Maya.
Swim in Semuc Champey’s emerald pools, where the Cahabon River plummets under a natural limestone bridge.
Plus Caribbean beaches, charming lodging, delicious regional dining and environmental projects.
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Five percent of trip sales go directly to the RIOS Guatemala Foundation and the preservation and restoration of river ecosystems.
R – Recreation and adventure sports to enjoy diverse ecosystems
I - Investigation to understand, protect and restore ecosystems.
O- Orientation or education to benefit from natural resources without destroying them.
S – Sustainability refers to a viable and on-going business and river preservation plan