The Center for Global Justice is planning a February adventure to Chiapas. February 19th to February 26th. A group of no more than 10 people will experience the blend of indigenous culture, crafts, European history and local social economies that entwine in this southern Mexico state. It’s a very memorable trip filled with incredible beauty and traditions unique to the region. Click to
MAKE YOUR RESERVATION ONLINE$250 Deposit Required
Balance due by Jan 19
Group size limited to 10 peopleCost per person:
DOUBLE – $1100
SINGLE – $1300Costs include:
· Roundtrip flights from and to Mexico City to Tuxtla.
· Airport transportation in Chiapas.
· Bilingual guide.
· 7 nights hotel stay.
· Local transportation to all planned activities.
· Entry fees to all planned activities.
To secure your place, mail a check for $250 USD per person to:
Center for Global Justice,
5802 Bob Bullock Loop,
C1 #84, Laredo TX 78041
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ITINERARY Feb 19th Flight from Mexico City to Tuxtla and transportation to our hotel in San Cristobal Feb 20th Sumidero Canyon; an incredible natural wonder that we will explore by boat.
Universidad de la Tierra; a school in San Cristobal closely aligned with the Zapatistas’ and dedicated to indigenous knowledge and skills.
Feb 21st Oventic; a Zapatista community where we will request admittance and an overview of life in the autonomous community. Feb 22nd SIPAZ; an international organization for peace that work relentlessly in protecting indigenous rights and bearing witness to acts that lead to greater violence.
Museo de las Trabajadoras; free indigenous clinic and museum run by Sergio Castro, one of the most amazing human beings you’ll ever meet.
Feb 23rd Na Bolom; the former home of Franz and Gertrude Bolom and now a museum dedicated to the protection of the Lacandon Maya and the preservation of the Chiapas rain forest.
DESMI; a local non-profit that supports a “social economy” and many of the indigenous programs around sustainable agriculture, social justice and collective economic models.
Feb 24th Chamula and Zinacantan. Indigenous communities, that are unique and unforgettable.
Centro de Textiles Mundo Maya; Museum featuring an incredible collection of Mayan weavings from Chiapas and Guatemala.
Feb 25th Tonina; a remarkable archeology site dating back to approximately 514AD. This early Mayan city is not as well known as Palenque, but well developed and of great historical importance, containing a “great pyramid” and many well preserved stela. Feb 26th Transfers to Tuxtla Airport for flight back to Mexico City.
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