Asociación Latinoamericana de Turismo y Cultura Ecuestre

We are pioneers in the dissemination and awareness of Latin American's Equestrian Culture.

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Created in 2014, the Latin American Association of Tourism and Equestrian Culture, (for its acronym in Spanish ALATCE); seeks to protect and spread the equestrian culture of Latin America. ALATCE is made up of a group of professionals from different areas, who share the same and unique passion, the Equestrian World.

ALATCE's aim is to generate interest and appreciation for Latin American Equestrian culture, displaying the richness that its traditions and customs hold, and the importance of equestrian culture in the region. 

 

All of this is achieved through the various awareness and conservation projects that ALATCE, public, and private entities organize. These various trips are backed by knowledgeable, and experienced guides local to the region.

Objective

Be the spearhead of equine tourism in Latin America, developing sustainable projects that help maintain these traditions. 

Mission Statement

  • Reclaim and preserve the cultural and environmental heritage.

  • Identify and familiarize the various native horse breeds.

  • Protect the equestrian cultures.

  • Balancing our activities with impact on the environment

  • Develop programs designed to spread awareness on relevant topics; such as climate change and sustainability.

  • Preserve the culinary and musical culture in the places we work.

  • Preserve historic routes that gave way to the economic and social development of each region.

  • Create a flux of special interest tourism that would benefit rural communities of each country.

  • Introduce sustainable activities to rural lifestyle

  • Enhance the identity of each culture, and its pride.

  • Accommodate rural surroundings to serve the demands tourism creates.

  • Create a sustainable economy for special interest tourism.

  • Create an economic flow where all participants are compensated.

  • Protect the physical and nonphysical heritages of each country.