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Mexico Throws Funds into Indigenous Ecotourism Projects

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Mexico’s Tourism Ministry announced the signing of a joint participation agreement with the Delegation of the National Commission for Development of Indigenous Peoples. The government will support the development of ecotourism through its “Alternative Tourism in Indigenous Areas Program.” The joint venture will provide funding for the second stage of the Bicentennial Ecological Park Estero El Chupadero and the first phase of an ecotourism center in Tecoman.

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Original Article Text From El Financiero Mexico via Google Translate :

Colima Announces Support for Ecotourism Projects

The Tourism Ministry announced Colima signing of joint participation with the Delegation of the National Commission for Development of Indigenous Peoples of the entity (CDI) . The purpose of these agreements is to support the development of projects of the Commission through its “Alternative Tourism in indigenous areas” to promote ecotourism projects in the state.

According to Moran Fernando Rodriguez, tourism secretary of Colima, said that with the signing of these agreements suggests the creation of an interagency group that supports the correct operation of the plans covering aspects such as management, consulting, promotion and training.

Projects being considered include the second stage of the Bicentennial Ecological Park Estero The Chupadero and the first phase of ecotourism center and Crocodiles Player Laguna Colorada-La Alcuzahue in Tecoman.

And work in the second part of the Laguna de Carrizalillo Tourist Center, the 2nd stage of the Laguna La Maria and The Springs of Zacualpan in the municipality of Comala; the Cahuite Ecotourism Park in the city of Colima, and the Ecological Center and Health, El Vigia in the municipality of Villa de Alvarez.

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