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A CERTIFIED SUSTAINABLE TOUR OPERATOR

December 7, 2010 1 comment

FOUR DIRECTIONS proudly announces the completion of all the procedures to become a certified Sustainable Tour Operator and that it has been achieved with the Silver Seal (over 85% of the international sustainable tourism criteria fulfilled), the highest obtained among the certified Guatemalan tour operators so far.   The Certification is given by Great Green […]

FITA MEXICO 2010

September 22, 2010 1 comment

Four Directions will be attending the International Tourism Fair of The Americas, FITA that will take place en Mexico City between September 23rd and 26th, 2010.  This is will be the first FITA with which Mexico is looking to become the annual venue of a world class tourism fair like those of London, Berlin, Madrid, […]

VERIFIED Tour Operator

September 22, 2010 3 comments

Four Directions proudly announces the fulfillment of all the requirements to become a VERIFIED Tour Operator, according to the standards of Rainforest Alliance.

Sustainable Tourism in The Maya World

August 25, 2010 1 comment

FOUR DIRECTIONS commitment and support with Sustainable Tourism in The Maya World. Read more visiting:  The FrogBlog UK

Company Policies | Politicas de la Empresa

June 2, 2010 No comments yet

Texto en español abajo.  FOUR DIRECTIONS has developed its POLICIES AND PROCEDURES HANDBOOK as part of the procedure to become certified in Best Sustainable Tourism Practices.  FOUR DIRECTIONS is seeking to share this knowledge and experience with its clients, providers and staff.

Tropical Storm Agatha – 29th of May 2010

May 30, 2010 No comments yet

FOUR DIRECTIONS REPORT 30th of May 2010 Like it happens every year, the hurricane season in the Northern Hemisphere Tropics has started and the very first one on the Pacific Ocean side, called “Agatha” reached Guatemala on Saturday May 29th with a higher than normal amount of rainfall.

Eruption of Pacaya Volcano – 27th of May 2010

May 30, 2010 No comments yet

FOUR DIRECTIONS REPORT 29th of May 2010 An eruption from the Pacaya Volcano on the evening of Thursday, May, 27th, left covered Guatemala City and surroundings by a layer of volcanic ash, and the foot hills of Pacaya volcano with many volcanic rocks.  Two persons died, one nearby the volcano and one more when the […]

Takalik Abaj – the next UNESCO World Heritage Site in Guatemala

May 30, 2010 No comments yet

Para español ver más abajo. Four Directions is supporting the nomination of Takalik Abaj Archaeological Site as an UNESCO World Heritage Site.   Other Maya Archaeological Sites that have been awarded with such declaration are:  Tikal, Quirigua, Copan, Joyas de Ceren, Calakmul, Palenque, Uxmal and Chichen Itza.  Takalik Abaj will be the first Pre-Classic Maya Site […]

1er. Taller de Trabajo 4D

May 26, 2010 1 comment

El pasado sábado 22 de Mayo se llevo a cabo una actividad para capacitar, informar, integrar y compartir con el equipo que trabaja con 4D, entre ellos empleados, proveedores de servicios, y facilitadores.

Reciclemos – Poster para Pegar en Tu Oficina, Casa o Escuela

May 17, 2010 No comments yet

Ayudanos a contribuir con nuestro ambiente, manejando nuestros desechos. Separemos y Clasifiquemos los desechos para Reciclaje. Abajo encontraras imagenes que puedes usar como posters en tu oficina, en tu casa o en tu escuela. http://fourdirections.travel/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/RecycleMe.pdf Por nuestra casa, la tierra! El equipo de FOUR DIRECTIONS





Certified in compliance with GREAT Green Deal requirements on sustainable tourism Silver Level

FOUR DIRECTIONS has obtained a Silver Degree Certification in Sustainable Tourism, issued by GREAT Green Deal.

FOUR DIRECTIONS is a Tour Operator and Destination Management Company -DMC- with operations in Guatemala, Belize, Mexico, Honduras and El Salvador. This year, the company undertook the challenge to certify its sustainable tourism practices and accomplished such endeavor with the Silver degree distinction. The GREAT Green Deal certificate number is CCGGD002-101-10, expiration date Sept. 16th, 2011.