Download the 2014 travel brochure
Witness One of the Most Exhilarating Displays in Nature
Every fall, millions of Monarch butterflies make their way from Canada and Northeastern United States to reach the forest highlands of central and western Mexico - their winter haven. This annual migration is truly one of nature’s greatest mysteries. They travel over 2,000 miles, endure heavy rain, extreme cold and multiple dangers to reach a destination they have never seen.
Travel with ECOLIFE to the mountains of central Mexico for a once in a lifetime experience to witness this amazing spectacle, enjoy breathtaking cultural towns, and renowned artisans of Patzcuaro.
This annual trip will take place February 16 – February 23, 2014. The price is $3,250 per person (excluding airfare, $275 additional fee for single traveler).
- All food & beverages
- High end accommodations
- Ground transportation
- All tips
- Park entries to see butterflies
- Guides and more
A deposit of $1,000 is required and is a fully tax-deductible contribution to
Although the Monarch butterflies are not yet considered an endangered species,
their yearly migration is considered an endangered phenomenon, with logging and
climate change being the main factors contributing to their potential
Journey with us to Mexico to learn about the important steps that ECOLIFE is
taking with the local community to help protect the endangered forests, the
watershed, a way of life for thousands of people and the one-of-kind of migration
of the king of butterflies — the monarch.
Download the travel brochure and email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space on this once in a lifetime experience!