PANTZINGO ECOTOURISM CENTER AND ARTIST RESIDENCY | CENTRO ECOTURISTICO PANTZINGO Y RESIDENCIA DE ARTISTAS

The Pantzingo Ecotourism Center was created in 1990 by the indigenous P’urépecha community of San Juan Nuevo in the state of Michoacán, Mexico, to offer a sustainable alternative of ecotourism for national and foreign tourists. With  individual cabins suitable for 1 up to several guests, a restaurant serving a set menu of locally-sourced P’urépecha agricultural products, a convention center for up to 85 participants in conferences around indigenous issues, renewable energy, sustainable forestry, climate change, and activities such as hiking, camping, horseback riding, visits to local forestry projects, ceramics, weaving, woodworking, artisanal candy- and liqueur-making, and visiting the Paricutin volcano and the cabin of the famous Mexican artist Dr. Atl (Gerardo Murillo).  Email janhanvik@crossingbridges.nyc for specific information.