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Marlene Ehrenberg Enríquez

Photo: Monarch Sanctuary

Marlene Ehrenberg Enríquez is a Mexican pioneer in the development of responsible travel and ecotourism. Her mantra: Promover Protegiendo (Promoting Protection).

Starting her work in tourism in the 1968 Olympic games, Marlene has more than 40 years of experience in designing and organizing bespoke trips for individual clients and small groups. Her business Rebozo – marlene-ehrenberg.com.mx – was founded in pursuit of excellence demanded by responsible, conscious ecotourism.

Marlene’s love of Mexico’s extraordinary culinary traditions and flavors has been shared thousands of times through your thoughtful interactions with visitors. She has a mastery of English, German, French, and Italian languages.

Marlene offers unique routes coinciding with the calendar of popular Mexican festivals. She connects visitors to artisans, musicians, dancers, and cooks. She is passionate fan of the aromas and flavors of Mexico and a lifelong proponent of the respect and conservation of Mexico’s unique biodiversity.

Marlene brings a deep knowledge of the history and living peoples at the archaeological sites throughout the country. She is well-connected to the country’s prestigious museums and curators.

Marlene works with a trusted network of local hosts, guides, transportation and specialized services and she is able to handle groups of all kinds.

Key Links
marlene-ehrenberg.com.mx
@marehrenberg
Flickr
Facebook
Mobile in Mexico City: (52 ) 1 55 2692 3545
Office: (5255) 5550 9080

Photos
Colibri Award Winner Marlene @marehrenberg

Jorge and Marlene

Wednesday morning at Casa Arnel @casaarnel @marehrenberg

colibris 2010

2018 Reconocomiento
Facebook Video 1
Facebook Video 2
Story

Elsewhere on the Web
Ron’s Flickr Album

Features
El arte ser guia

The Art of Being a Rural Tourism Guide = El Arte Ser Guia de Empresas de Turismo Rural

Planeta.com

Colibri Ecotourism Award

México

Mexico City

Cuernavaca

Mexico’s Friendship Route = Ruta de la Amistad

Mexico’s 1968 Olympics

Water

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