Welfare Arví

Welfare Arví

National Tourism Registry number 24723. Turismo Arví.

 

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Enjoy a program for life experiences, which seeks to improve the physical and mental well-being through functional training, yoga, meditation and healthy cooking. You can get in touch with nature and learn from it as facilitating the development of life skills, associated with good job performance and organizational development.

The activities to be developed depend on the needs of the work teams or groups of people who will accompany us. The most important aspects in which we will work are: leadership, motivation, teamwork, among others.

It includes

  • Service guidance.
  • Breakfast.
  • Coffee Station
  • Professional accompaniment for the development of activities.
  • Functional training session.
  • Lunch type barbecue.
  • Souvenir.
  • Space of conclusions and learning.
  • Insurance policy.
  • Ambulance service if required.

Additions

  • Snack: Sandwich with ham, bread, cheese, lettuce, bacon and natural juice
  • Planting a tree: Includes tree, tool, planting kit and maintenance for two years.
  • Reintroduction of Bromelias and Anturios: Includes: plant to reintroduce, gloves, shovel, fertilizer and accompaniment of gardening staff.

Promote that all the actors involved in the presentation of tourism services minimize negative environmental, socio-cultural and economic impacts and preserve the positive impacts generated within the agency, which promote compliance with the different applicable legal requirements, contributing to the achievement of benefits for the community and the satisfaction of our customers.

We declare our rejection of the sexual exploitation and trade of teenagers, we accept the provisions of Law 679 of 2001. We also reject any practice that leads to sex tourism of any kind and child labor exploitation.

Code of conduct
Travel Agency “Turismo Arví”

The Political Constitution of 1991 in its article 44 established that children have as
fundamental rights: life, physical integrity, health, social security, balanced food, name,
nationality, family and not being separated from it, care, love, education, culture, recreation
and free expression of opinion. In addition, it stated in said article that children must be
protected against all forms of abandonment, physical or moral violence, kidnapping, sale,
sexual abuse, economic or labor exploitation and risky work.

In this sense, the Congress of the Republic issued Law 679 of 2001, which had the purpose
of issuing protection measures against exploitation, pornography, sex tourism and other
forms of sexual abuse with minors, by establishing preventive and sanctioning norms.
Thus, in articles 16 and 17 of the aforementioned Law, a series of measures aimed at
preventing and combating child sex tourism were established.

It should be noted that Law 679 of 2001 was added and strengthened by Law 1336 of
2009, which established that tourism service providers and establishments that provide
non-tourist accommodation services must have effective codes of conduct in public places
that promote prevention policies and avoid the sexual use and exploitation of children and
adolescents in their activity. In addition to updating them when required.

Thus, in order to counteract the sexual exploitation of children and adolescents in travel
and tourism, the travel agency “Turismo Arví” will adopt the following code of conduct in
compliance with Article 44 of the Political Constitution of 1991, Law 679 of 2001 added by
Law 1336 of 2009 and Resolution 3840 of 2009 issued by the Vice Ministry of Tourism,
acquiring the following commitments:

  1. Refraining from offering, in the tourist promotion programs and the tourist plans,
    expressly or surreptitiously, plans for the sexual exploitation of children and
    adolescents.
  2. Refraining from giving information to tourists, directly or through an intermediary, about
    places from which they coordinate or where they practice commercial sexual
    exploitation of children and adolescents.
  3. Refraining from taking tourists, directly or through third parties, to establishments or
    places where commercial sexual exploitation of children is practiced, as well as taking
    them to the places where tourists are staying, even if they are ships located in Altamar,
    for the commercial sexual exploitation of children and adolescents.
  4. Refraining from providing vehicles on tourist routes for the purpose of sexual
    exploitation or abuse with children and adolescents.
  5. Preventing the entrance of children and adolescents to hotels or places of
    accommodation and accommodation, bars, similar businesses and other
    establishments where tourist services are provided, for the purpose of sexual
    exploitation or abuse.
  6. Adopting measures aimed at preventing personnel related to any degree with the
    company from offering tourist services that allow sexual activity with children and
    adolescents.
  7. Reporting to the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism and other competent
    authorities, the facts known by any means, as well as the existence of places related
    to the sexual exploitation of children and adolescents and ensuring that within the

    company there are channels for the corresponding complaint to the competent
    authorities.
  8. Designing and disseminating within the company and with its suppliers of goods and
    services, a policy in which the supplier establishes measures to prevent and counteract
    all forms of sexual exploitation of children and adolescents in travel and tourism.
  9. Training all personnel related to the company, on the issue of prevention of commercial
    sexual exploitation of children and adolescents.
  10. Informing its users about the legal consequences in Colombia of the sexual exploitation
    and abuse of children and adolescents.
  11. Setting this Code of Conduct and any other commitments and measures that the
    provider wishes to take in order to protect children and adolescents in a visible place
    for the employees of the business establishment or establishments.
  12. Incorporating in the tourist advertising disseminated by the company, information about
    the legal consequences of the sexual exploitation and abuse of minors in the country,
    in particular on the criminal and administrative sanctions provided for in Law 679 of
    August 3, 2001 and in the Law 1329 of July 17, 2009.
  13. Requesting all clients, suppliers, partners and other agencies to report and implement
    measures to prevent the sexual exploitation of minors and to report on all cases of
    sexual exploitation of children and adolescents of which they are aware.
  14. Warning hotel or accommodation establishments to provide services to the Agency,
    which must be included in the hotel registration card (document that is filled when the
    tourist arrives at the accommodation establishment), a clause about the legal
    consequences of the sexual exploitation and abuse of minors in the country, in
    particular on the criminal and administrative sanctions provided for in Law 679 of
    August 3, 2001 and in Law 1329 of July 17, 2009, with the following text:
    “In
    development of the provisions of article 17 of Law 679 of 2001, the accommodation

    establishment warns the guest that the exploitation and sexual abuse of minors in the
    country are penalized criminally and administratively, in accordance with current laws.”

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