Connections: DNTULimit

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“Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

This connection is all about travel, adventure, service and community. It is all about youth, fun, excitement and achievement. It is all about personal development and environmental health.

This post is for your older children and adults, young and old. It is for those who want to strive for something more or different. It is for those who want to learn more about themselves and the world. It is for those who want to be in service to those in need and to the environment.

There is a company called DNTULimit recently founded by two entrepreneurs, Emily Melden and Sam Suarez, who have the spirit, drive and intention to change the world.

It is amazing to be in the midst of so much energy, passion and motivation from two individuals who are carving a new way to live in this world.

It is invigorating to know that there are people who are willing to give everything they have and everything of themselves to develop ways to help others both near and far.

It is comforting to know that there are people just as concerned and committed to helping the environment that we all know needs as much help as it can get.

It is a blessing that such people exist and are blazing trails for others to follow.

DNTULimit offers exciting travel programs throughout South America where you can reach your true potential through a combination of personal development coaching, skillful adventures, and humanitarian & environmental service.

DNTULimit offers personal development, IMPACT and corporate events here in the United States.

DNTULimit offers organic gardening solutions to schools, organizations and individuals also here in the United States. In summer 2015, they are even launching a CSA where you can buy shares for locally farmed products.

 

Here are some specifics on their travel programs to give you a taste of their offerings:

Santander Program: December 28, 2014 – January 13, 2015

Colombia: Bogota – Santander – San Gil – Bogota

This program runs through the highlands to the north Atlantic coast of Colombia. Our adventure involves outdoor activities with leadership coaching dynamics in the water around the “Fonce” river and the surrounding mountainous area of San Gil.

We will be helping develop a cleaning and recycling program in the department of Santander and the communities surrounding the river. We will focus on recycling and environmental clean-up within the department with an emphasis on educating young generations to support a culture of reducing waste as well as reusing and recycling materials that are not biodegradable.

 

CREA Program: January 18, 2015 – February 3, 2015

Peru: Lima – Trujillo (Huanchaco) – Chachapoyas (Kuelap) – Yurimaguas – Nauta – Iquitos – Lima

This program runs through the North coast into the Amazon rainforest of Peru. Our adventure involves outdoor activities with leadership coaching dynamics in the mountains of Chachapoyas..

During this particular jungle adventure, we will work with the Centro de Rescate Amazónico (CREA), a part of the Iquitos Foundation in the province of Loreto, Peru. The Amazon Rescue Center is the “result of a united effort among institutions like “The Dallas World Aquarium”, “Dirección Regional de la Producción de Loreto”, “Instituto de Investigaciones de la Amazonía Peruana” and “Acobia-DWAzoo”; with the purpose to develop rescue, recovering and release programs of aquatic mammals and wild fauna in Loreto, supported by an environmental education program, contributing to the conservation of these species and their ecosystems”. We will support their environmental education efforts as well as contribute to the infrastructure of the organization.

 

Manos Unidas Program 2015 – To Be Announced Soon

If you need more information, please contact us.

Peru: Lima – Cusco – Choquequirao – Cusco – Machu Pichu – Lima

This program runs through the South highlands of Peru. Our adventure involves outdoor activities that challenge our limits and give us a a travel experience that improves our communication skills and helps us develop as individuals and as a team.

During this particular program in the highlands we will work with “Manos Unidas: a legally registered Peruvian Non-Profit Organization founded in 2008…  founder and promoter of the first and only private/non-for-profit school for Special Education in Cusco [called] el “Centro de Educación Básica Especial Particular Camino Nuevo”.

DNTULimit also customizes travel programs for private groups.

You can register for these programs at  http://dntulimit.com/upcoming-programs/

Space is limited, so register today.

Contact Information:

Emily’s email: emilylmelden@dntulimit.com

Sam’s email: samoelsuarez@dntulimit.com

Website: http://dntulimit.com

Address: P.O. Box 43, Manchester, MA 01944

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