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Cuetzalan through the senses

2 days 1 night

Tosepan Kali, Puebla

5 Persons have visited Tosepan Kali

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THIS EXPERIENCE?

WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO

The greatest treasure of the Sierra Nororiental de Puebla has to fill each of your senses: the breeze will cover your skin when you arrive in the area, you will clear your ears to listen to the song of nature. To further enliven your eyes, you will visit the local painter who will share the secrets of the town with you through his work and his pleasant talk around a delicious dinner. And on the last day you can enjoy the intense aromas of cinnamon, coffee, pepper and honey that grow in our plots.

WHAT DOES IT INCLUDES?

Lodging
Lodging included
Activities
ícono de un ojo
Food
Food included
Transportation
Does not include transportation to Cuetzalan
Gear

WHAT DOES NOT INCLUDES?

Not included
There are no expenses not included in this experience. However, we recommend you bring some money in case you want to buy local crafts

ITINERARY

Day 1

You will arrive around 2 pm, we will receive you with a delicious meal and you will meet the guide who will accompany you these days. We will tell you about the history of the cooperatives that make up the Tosepan. Already feeling at home (Tosepan Kali means “everyone’s house”) you will go for a walk through the center of Cuetzalan, so that you are imbued with local mysticism. At nightfall we will be waiting for you at the Tosepan cafeteria for dinner and to try some of our products.

Day 2

At 8:30 we will have breakfast and at 9 the companions of Tosepan Pajti (Health for all) will come to pamper you with an ear cleaning through conotherapy, a technique based on wax and heat, very relaxing! Then we will take a walk through waterfalls and caves so that your renewed ears perceive the sounds of nature. In the afternoon you will rest for a while and in the evening we will have dinner at the house and gallery of Don Goyo, a prestigious local painter and a great connoisseur of regional secrets.

Day 3

After breakfast we will visit a plot in some community. Those of us who integrate Tosepan cultivate strictly organic products such as cinnamon, pepper, coffee and honey. We will eat local products with the host family and you can learn to make tortillas. Finally they themselves will give you a short embroidery workshop or demonstration of waist loom or cotton yarn. And then we will say goodbye so you can start the trip back or to your next destination.

MEETING POINT

MAP

HOW TO GET THERE?

  • En transporte público
  • En transporte privado
From the Tapo terminal in Mexico City, the ADO line covers the route in approximately 5 and a half hours, the first bus leaves at 9:00 am and there are five runs during the day. They leave every hour from the CAPU terminal in the city of Puebla from 6:45 am until 8:05 pm.
If you are driving, look in your navigation application "Tosepan Kali" We recommend loading the route there is mobile service but it is not always good enough to find the routes. It is worth checking the weather before leaving, because at certain times; especially in the morning and at night, there can be a lot of fog on the road and poor visibility.

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Your hosts

My name is Octavio and I have a mission to create experiences for those who visit Tosepan Kali. I have been part of the cooperative since it was still an experimental project, which we later opened as a group in order to receive visitors to share the wealth of Cuetzalan and the cooperative culture of Tosepan. Along with Cristy, the President, Antonio, Administrator, and the rest of the team, I will make sure that you feel part of our great community during your visit.

The Community

Tosepan Kali, which means “Our House” in the Nahuat language, our mother tongue, is an alternative tourism cooperative that is part of Tosepan Titaniske, an organization made up of families of indigenous peasants from the Sierra Nororiental de Puebla who work together to improve our quality of life. Our tourist proposal is based on sharing our traditions and our sustainable way of working, always linked to nature and the common good.

RECOMENDATIONS OF WHAT TO BRING

Lots of biodegradable mosquito repellent.
The weather is quite humid almost all year round, so bring windbreakers and comfortable non-slip shoes for walks, because it can get quite muddy. In winter it can be cold so bring warm clothing. The rest of the year, wear light and comfortable clothes and a sweater to cover you at night. The swimsuit is basic to enjoy the many waterfalls and pools that you can visit.
Small backpack, Sleeping bag (for caves) and Waterproof.
Sun protection (hat, cap, dark glasses, biodegradable sunscreen, etc).

IMPACT DATA

Our model seeks to maximize the income that goes directly to the local organization on each of our trips. In this experience, all logistics in the community are managed and operated by our local allies, while payments and reservations, the co-design of the experience, and customer service are managed by Rutopía. With this experience, a direct income will be generated for the communities we will visit and the organizations that work for the sustainable development of the area.

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Cuetzalan through the senses

2 days 1 night

Tosepan Kali, Puebla

5 Persons have visited Tosepan Kali

WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO

The greatest treasure of the Sierra Nororiental de Puebla has to fill each of your senses: the breeze will cover your skin when you arrive in the area, you will clear your ears to listen to the song of nature. To further enliven your eyes, you will visit the local painter who will share the secrets of the town with you through his work and his pleasant talk around a delicious dinner. And on the last day you can enjoy the intense aromas of cinnamon, coffee, pepper and honey that grow in our plots.

WHAT DOES IT INCLUDES?

Lodging
Lodging included
Activities
ícono de un ojo
Food
Food included
Transportation
Does not include transportation to Cuetzalan
Gear

WHAT DOES NOT INCLUDES?

Not included
There are no expenses not included in this experience. However, we recommend you bring some money in case you want to buy local crafts

ITINERARY

Day 1

You will arrive around 2 pm, we will receive you with a delicious meal and you will meet the guide who will accompany you these days. We will tell you about the history of the cooperatives that make up the Tosepan. Already feeling at home (Tosepan Kali means “everyone’s house”) you will go for a walk through the center of Cuetzalan, so that you are imbued with local mysticism. At nightfall we will be waiting for you at the Tosepan cafeteria for dinner and to try some of our products.

Day 2

At 8:30 we will have breakfast and at 9 the companions of Tosepan Pajti (Health for all) will come to pamper you with an ear cleaning through conotherapy, a technique based on wax and heat, very relaxing! Then we will take a walk through waterfalls and caves so that your renewed ears perceive the sounds of nature. In the afternoon you will rest for a while and in the evening we will have dinner at the house and gallery of Don Goyo, a prestigious local painter and a great connoisseur of regional secrets.

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MEETING POINT

MAP

HOW TO GET THERE?

  • En transporte público
  • En transporte privado
From the Tapo terminal in Mexico City, the ADO line covers the route in approximately 5 and a half hours, the first bus leaves at 9:00 am and there are five runs during the day. They leave every hour from the CAPU terminal in the city of Puebla from 6:45 am until 8:05 pm.
If you are driving, look in your navigation application "Tosepan Kali" We recommend loading the route there is mobile service but it is not always good enough to find the routes. It is worth checking the weather before leaving, because at certain times; especially in the morning and at night, there can be a lot of fog on the road and poor visibility.

MORE ABOUT...

Your hosts

My name is Octavio and I have a mission to create experiences for those who visit Tosepan Kali. I have been part of the cooperative since it was still an experimental project, which we later opened as a group in order to receive visitors to share the wealth of Cuetzalan and the cooperative culture of Tosepan. Along with Cristy, the President, Antonio, Administrator, and the rest of the team, I will make sure that you feel part of our great community during your visit.

The Community

Tosepan Kali, which means “Our House” in the Nahuat language, our mother tongue, is an alternative tourism cooperative that is part of Tosepan Titaniske, an organization made up of families of indigenous peasants from the Sierra Nororiental de Puebla who work together to improve our quality of life. Our tourist proposal is based on sharing our traditions and our sustainable way of working, always linked to nature and the common good.

RECOMMENDATIONS OF WHAT TO BRING

Lots of biodegradable mosquito repellent.
The weather is quite humid almost all year round, so bring windbreakers and comfortable non-slip shoes for walks, because it can get quite muddy. In winter it can be cold so bring warm clothing. The rest of the year, wear light and comfortable clothes and a sweater to cover you at night. The swimsuit is basic to enjoy the many waterfalls and pools that you can visit.
Small backpack, Sleeping bag (for caves) and Waterproof.
Sun protection (hat, cap, dark glasses, biodegradable sunscreen, etc).

IMPACT DATA

Our model seeks to maximize the income that goes directly to the local organization on each of our trips. In this experience, all logistics in the community are managed and operated by our local allies, while payments and reservations, the co-design of the experience, and customer service are managed by Rutopía. With this experience, a direct income will be generated for the communities we will visit and the organizations that work for the sustainable development of the area.

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