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Education is undoubtedly the basis for any project aimed at generating change and bringing innovative solutions to environmental problems. It is also an effective tool for the empowerment of individuals or companies, expanding capabilities and providing more opportunities in the development of business models with environmental social responsibility and positive impact.

Knowledge as a fundamental pillar to build a culture based on sustainability, and educational resources as a means to generate deep, planned and lasting changes.

Our projects

Turismo Sostenible Bayka

Sustainable tourism

Ecotourism incorporates a new ethic to conventional tourism and to the visitor's way of acting: sensitivity towards nature and the culture of the host communities. That is why it not only works as a source of income to achieve a self-sustainable project, but also as a conservation tool. To disseminate the richness of our biodiversity, help to understand the importance of our natural heritage and multiply the message.

This activity, which helps to finance part of many of our conservation projects, is also a valuable tool for environmental education and exchange that allows us to strengthen our work structure towards the community.

School Visits

The transformation towards a more sustainable world involves all of us. That is why we are convinced that environmental education is one of the greatest tools to educate the next generations. That is why the visits of primary, secondary or tertiary education groups are one of the most enriching activities at the Reserve. In addition, since 2020, we have joined the initiative to encourage local schools to plant one tree per graduate. A non-profit project with an enormous symbolic charge, which through a simple and replicable action, does nothing more than focus on priorities and urgencies, in the face of the environmental crisis we are going through, planting and educating by example.

Visita Escuelas Bayka
Colmenas Abejas Bayka

Bee hives

Bees play a fundamental role in the conservation of ecosystems, since many native and cultivated plant species depend on pollination to complete their reproductive cycle.

That is why in 2020, we began a project aimed not only at the conservation and protection of bees, but also at strengthening the ecological processes they fulfill for our natural environments, with the placement of honey bee hives in a sector of our Reserve.

A work carried out with the local community and aimed at strengthening ties with those engaged in responsible and sustainable productive activities in the area.

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