Eco Training SAS is a company dedicated to promote care for our natural resources, through the development of activities aimed at generating changes in the individual and organizations that result in benefits for society Our organization is projected as a benchmark in the field of tourism , ecotourism, out door activities and business training in the Caribbean Region. We want to be an agent of change for society, that develops its social function fully, distinguishing us by having a high commitment of service, security, seriousness and transparency.
Our vision is to position ourselves as one of the leading eco-tourism and training companies in the Caribbean Region, offering a top-quality tourism, recreational and training service based on our services, compliance and respect for the environment, achieving preference and fidelity of our customers.
Respect for the environment and love of the earth
In development of the provisions of Article 17 of Law 679 of 2001, ECO TRAINING SAS warns tourists that the exploitation and sexual abuse of minors in the country are penalized and administratively sanctioned, in accordance with the laws in force. " ECOTRAINING SAS is subject to the liability regime law 300/96 and the D.R 1075/97. ECO TRAINING SAS, in compliance with the provisions of decree 1377 of 2013, which regulates the law 1581 of 2012, it is allowed to inform that in our data bases repose your personal data, which will be used only and exclusively to make you aware of our products, offers and services, The mechanisms through which we make use of these are safe and confidential. If you wish your data to be deleted from our databases, we request that you expressly state it within a term of thirty (30) business days, counted from the receipt of this communication in our email . If there is no communication to the contrary within the indicated term, we will understand that you are interested in continuing to receive communications from our company. Before you print this email, think carefully if you really need it. ECO TRAINING SAS invites you to take care of our planet. The Penal Code, Law 1453, in article 328, modified by Law 1453, of 2011, establishes sentences of 48 to 108 months of imprisonment to the illegal exploitation of wild fauna and flora and a fine of 35 thousand legal monthly minimum wages in force . ECO TRAINING SAS rejects any act of discrimination based on race, ethnicity, religion, nationality, political or philosophical ideology, sex or sexual orientation, disability and other reasons for discrimination. Law 1752 of 2015 and law 1482 of 2011. ECO TRAINING SAS rejects the commercialization and illegal traffic of regional and national cultural goods, Law 103 of 1991 and its decree 904 of 1941, law 397 of 1997 and its decree 833 of 2002, law 1185 of 2008. "The cultural patrimony of the Nation is under the protection of the State, the archaeological heritage and other cultural assets that make up the national identity belong to the nation and are inalienable, indefeasible and imprescriptible "
RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE TRAVELER
Dear traveler: Open yourself to cultures and traditions different from yours: your experience will be transformed, you will earn the respect of the local population, and it will welcome you more easily. Be tolerant and respect diversity; Observe the traditions and social and cultural practices of the place. Respect human rights. Any form of exploitation violates the fundamental objectives of tourism. Child sexual exploitation is a punishable offense, both in the place where it is carried out and in the country of residence of the person who commits it. Help preserve the natural environment. Protect the flora and fauna and their habitat, and do not buy products made from endangered plants or animals. Avoid taking pictures with the fauna, it can cause these species to move away from the place and not return, with the prejudice that it will be more difficult for the next group of tourists to observe these species. Respect cultural resources. Tourist activities should be practiced with respect for the artistic, archaeological and cultural heritage. Avoid being tempted to take pieces of archaeological remains, plants, flowers, and so on. If each tourist that visited the place would take a sample, the resource would very soon cease to exist. Your trip can contribute to economic and social development. Buy crafts and local products to support the economy of the place, and adhere to the principles of fair trade. When haggling, keep in mind the concept of fair wages. Handicrafts are the most important reflection of the local culture and identity and their benefits go directly to the populations of the visited localities. In addition, they are produced with very low impact for the environment and contribute to increase the appreciation of the local culture. Inform yourself of the current legislation so as not to commit any act that is considered criminal in the visited country. Do not deal with drugs, weapons, antiquities, protected species, or products or substances that are dangerous or prohibited by national regulations. In case of accidental spill of any product during the tours, you should not try to control it alone; Ask for immediate help from the authorities or agencies in charge Keep order and cleanliness in the places you visit, thus avoiding potentializing the different risks that threaten the facilities, protected natural area and others.
Do not throw food remains in the places visited. Take special care in protected natural areas; the remains of fruits may contain seeds that can germinate in the place and later become an invasive species harming native species. Enjoy and respect everything you do in the visited destination; A unique and different place, from its history, its architecture and its religion to its music, its art and its cuisine. Keep in mind to close the taps, turn off the air conditioning and the lights when leaving the hotel or place of lodging. Thus, it helps not to waste water and energy, valuable resources for the entire planet. Try to minimize the generation of waste, reject products with unnecessary packaging and choose to use recyclable packaging
TRAFFIC OF CULTURAL INTEREST PROPERTY
The Nation's cultural heritage is under the protection of the State. The archaeological heritage and other cultural assets that make up the national identity, belong to the nation and are inalienable, indefeasible and imprescriptible.
SEXUAL AND COMMERCIAL EXPLOITATION OF CHILDREN, GIRLS AND ADOLESCENTS, SCENE
We are against the Sexual and Commercial Exploitation of Children and Adolescents, Crime contemplated in article 16 of law 679 of August 3 of 2001 law 1336 and law 1329 of 2009.
NATURAL NATIONAL PARKS OF COLOMBIA
Colombia is one of the richest countries in biological and cultural diversity in the world, represented in 59 natural areas belonging to the System of National Natural Parks with 14'268.224 hectares (142,682 km2) of the national surface (marine and terrestrial).
We invite you to learn more about the culture and crafts of Colombia on the website, or on the service line 01 8000 913082
Sustainability is the balance that is generated through the harmonious relationship between society and the nature that surrounds it and of which it is a part. This implies achieving development results without threatening the sources of our natural resources and without compromising those of future generations.