Takeaways:

  • In the Amanalco-Valle de Bravo in central Mexico, Indigenous and local communities have come together to promote ecotourism.
  • They offer a wide range of activities to educate visitors about their way of life and the importance of nature.
  • The communities are dedicated to creating a type of tourism that combines the conservation of forests, lakes, and waterfalls in addition to generating revenue and jobs.

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