May 23, 2019 Aanya 0Comment

MexiTreks has been around in Sayulita since 2013, and offers clients fun jungle hikes, sea kayaking, snorkeling tours, and more, both in Sayulita and its surrounding areas. However, more than just a tour company, MexiTreks prides themselves on taking the opportunity to educate others about our local ecosystems and environmental preservation; they are dedicated to helping the local community, and to sharing their passion for nature. One way MexiTreks will show its commitment to their mission is by hosting a special fundraiser hike to Monkey Mountain on Monday, May 27th, 2019 for the local non-profit organization, SayulitAnimals.

The hike will begin at 8:30 a.m. and end at 1:00 p.m. There are twelve spots left available to sign up for. Mexitreks is hosting the hike to Monkey Mountain as a fundraiser to benefit SayulitAnimals, a local non-profit organization which has been around since 2009. SayulitAnimals aims to reduce the population of unwanted dogs and cats in Sayulita, to prevent animal suffering or cruelty, to prevent overpopulation, as well as to make Sayulita a healthier place for animals, including helping to rescue animals and find them good homes. SayulitAnimals has helped thousands of animals in need, and have been instrumental in helping animals find loving, forever homes. 100% of the proceeds gained from MexiTreks’ Monkey Mountain hike on the 27th of May will benefit SayulitAnimals’ cause & efforts here in the community. The cost for the fundraiser hike is $55 USD per person.

If you are interested in joining this hike, please book online as soon as possible! You don’t want to miss out on the remaining twelve spots. You can book directly through the MexiTreks Website, or directly through this link. For more information about the hike or about SayulitAnimals, you can visit the Event’s Facebook Page.

Please consider going along on this fun excursion for a very important cause. Thank you to MexiTreks for your passion and dedication to not only sharing your love of nature with the community, but for sustaining your commitment to helping other local businesses, and improving the quality of life for our community of Sayulita.

 

*Written by: Aanya Sheikh-Taheri