Go Colombia Travel is our partner and ally in the Excursion to Colombia, BREATHE LIFE from 22 July to 11 August 2018

In this trip we will know 4 magical regions of Colombia: Savanna (Bogotá, Villa de Leyva, Guatavita,  Ráquira und Zipaquirá) Pacific Ocean Region (Nuquí, Ensenada de Utría, Guachalito, Joví and Coquí) Coffee cultural landscape  (Pereira, Salento, Santa Rosa, Apía, Santuario and Marsella) Amazonas (Leticia, Puerto Nariño, Lagos de Tarapoto (Colombia), Reserva Marasha (Perú) and Tabatinga (Brasil))

A life experience to travelers who want to visit unique places in Colombia while supporting the development of local communities and their small businesses by sharing their knowledge with regional cultures and traditions, tasting native food, watching the biodiversity and its ecosystems, breathing pure air, but above all, disconnecting from the routine to reconnect with nature.

The route we propose was carefully designed for small groups. You will know firsthand why Colombia is one of the Megadiverse countries of the world at the same time the local host communities are benefited. These communities, mostly peasants, work for the balance: The sustainability of their families and the biodiversity conservation.

A fascinating trip, designed by nature lovers and professionals in ecotourism, we know the country and we are aware enough to know that these visits contribute to social development, as long as it is sustainable.

Do you want to join us? Spaces are limited!

More info about Go Colombia Travel here

Binoculars4charity is an association based in Zurich, Switzerland. It was founded in April 2017 by two wonderful friends: Juanita and Mathias.

In much of the world, binoculars and other ornithological equipment are luxury goods. At the same time, many people in Switzerland own fully functional optical devices that they rarely use. At Binoculars4charity, we aim to give such devices a meaningful second life. We pass them on to projects and institutions worldwide that are committed to nature conservation and ornithological training, but do not have the means to obtain binoculars, spotting scopes, guidebooks, etc.

The story and the statutes of Binoculars4charity may be downloaded here (in German only).

Direct Contact


Aquí más información sobre el profesor, doctor y vocero de la comunidad Gunadule, ABADIO GREEN


Aquí más información sobre el hogar de paso para perros rescatados, PARAISO CANINO ECOVIDA


Más información sobre el pianista MANUEL OBREGON aquí

Más información sobre La fundación OMACHA Aquí


Más información sobre EXPOTRANSKULTUR aquí

ACIS which by its acronym in spanish means: (Asociación Colombiana de Investigadores en Suiza) Colombian Association of Researchers in Switzerland, is a non-profit organization founded in 1992, made up of researchers and professionals, of any nationality, who are interested in academic cooperation in all areas of Switzerland. Of the investigation.

More info about ACIS

Those who have collaborated with us and with whom we share common themes on conservation, care, respect, good environmental practices, curious and interesting information, projects and work, among other topics:

Friends and collaborators

Milton Pinilla: Industrial designer and collaborator in with final Simbiosis logo design.

Hugo Holguin: English translator and supplier of our ecoshop

Linsey Rankin: English translator and provider of accommodation in Nuqui.

Christian Buffalino and Jasmin Bury: German translators und wonderful friends.

Norma Garcia: English translator and great friend

Adriana Morales: Ecologist and researcher of dry tropical forests.

The rock-ska bands KABALA, CLAXON and ska fusion LA TERRAZA who offered the concert music for horses

Amparo Cisneros, our friend and general manager Healing Bems, who works to generate awareness with nature.

Foundations and companies with Socio-Environmental work

ADA: (Asociación Defensora de Animales) Animal welfare association of Cartago (Valle – Colombia), with them we worked on the horses project

Samanea Foundation: They work for the protection of the Mountain Tapir (Tapirus Pinchaque) in the páramo del Puracé – Colombia

Arketipo: Visual communication in public spaces, signage and integral graphic concept.

Tsuru: Experts in origami jewelry (take a piece of paper and give life through folds that define shapes). Available in our ecoshop

The Coffee Q: Direct trade with Colombian farmers who grow coffee sustainably. Better salary and conservation of natural resources. Available by request, please contact us

Friendly Webs

Incredible animals: Animals that call your attention either because of their appearance, their scarcity or their strange customs.Timid and strange, curious, rare or unique animals.

Natura hoy: Blog dedicated to Nature and threatened species.