Eco tourism allows you to spend some time in nature, you visit undisturbed areas. This is for those concerned with minimizing their impact on the planet. Its main purpose it to share awareness, to teach the visitor and to provide ecological conservation.
This boom has been evident since the early 80's, an awareness for the environment and for conservation of natural areas for those to come.
This involves travel, traveling to destinations where the fauna, the flora and their fundamental heritage is still in tact, still a main attraction. It offers the visitor insights into the minimal impact we can make. It is an appreciation what what is around us what might just be right around the next corner.
There is a trust factor, a good person at the core, when it comes to being responsible when practicing tourism. That means trying to always minimize the negative aspects or realities of tourism.
We have done our part here at Cumayasa Sky Adventure to promote our respect for our environment at every turn. We believe that you too respect nature around you, please enjoy our site.
There is something so important about history, It not only reminds us of where we have been, but where we are going. We have shared part of Cumayasa's heritage since 1988, a fact that we are very proud of.
This area has a minimal number of inhabitants, its an arid area. These residents live mostly off of fishing, producing and selling carbon and breeding goats, pigs and mules. They continue to eat like their Taino ancestors, using the same recipes that have been in use for hundreds of years.
This area is filled with underground caves. These are filled with Malegnites and stalactites, most of these caves which have been found have petrified type statues at the entrance of these caves. Much much deeper within the caves you will find Guano filled floors, bats and pictograms that were placed there by Tainos hundreds of years ago.
It is not only gorgeous, but unique.
The landscape is arid, it's dry. It has more draught than not and its forests are dry. Thorny bushes and trees, dry desert like conditions, complete with cacti.