Coyote Canyon Adventures has served more than 14.000 visitors in San Miguel. Our clients are groups and families interested in activities that ensure a direct and original approach to the place they’re visiting, always with a touch of adventure that we adapt to every group’s needs. No riding experience is necessary for our horseback adventures, and all ages are welcome.
Coyote Canyon Adventures also servesincentive travel groups, helping them to achieve their particular aims in teambuilding experiences with our activities.
Soon Coyote Canyon Adventures will be offering rural eco-lodges as well as other ecotourism activities related to the ranch where we offer our services.
Responsible and Sustainable Tourism: Coyote Canyon Adventures is a sustainable tourism operator in that we are committed to making a low impact on the environment and local culture, while helping to generate income and employment for local people. The aim of sustainable tourism is to ensure that development is a positive experience for local people and tourists themselves. more info...
City boy from Matamoros, Tamaulipas. Former Tae Kwon Do champion. Studied Biology at University of Texas-Austin. Father of two daughters, Cristiana and Monique. Self taught portrait artist. In year 2000 he founded Coyote Canyon Adventures with Javier Morin, and he is director of the company until this date. Since then he has specialized in guiding horseback riding tours and other adventures.
Director of Operations since 2013 Coyote Canyon Adventures. Equestrian guide certified since 2004, with over 13 years experience. She has guided rides with groups from 2-20 people in countries like France, Spain, Perú, Argentine and now in Mexico. Specialized in exploration and discovery of new equestrian trails. Manages equine therapy knowledge.
OUR MEXICAN COWBOYS:
OUR SPECIALIZED GUIDES Alberto Aveleyra
Anthropologist by the National School of Anthropology and History. Honorable Mention and publishing recommendation. Master degree in Tourist Destination Management and Marketing by the United Nations World Tourism Organization and Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Alberto started his carrier as an assistant researcher in the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City. He focused his degree research on Prehispanic Mexico. Since 2003 he started guiding and interpreting heritage for travelers as part of the Artisans of Time - cultural project. The basic idea of the project is to link together culture and travel in a creative way. Through guided tours Alberto gets funds for research projects on culture, history, anthropology and travel. So, when you travel guided by Alberto in a Coyote Canyon Adventure, a percentage of your fee goes directly to support the ongoing San Miguel de Allende research projects: Cañada de la Virgen. A guide for travelers and Cossio del Pomar, the founder of Bellas Artes in San Miguel de Allende. Alberto has been guiding in the major archaeological and heritage sites of Mexico since 2004 and had specialized in the art of creating meaningful travel experiences. He gives conferences, seminars and workshops on different aspects of Mexico, anthropology, tour guiding and destination management. He had received grants from the United Nations World Tourism Organization and the Organization of American States. He got the National Prize of History on National Symbols in 2000.
Dra. Rossana Quiroz Ennis
Archaeologist by the National School of Anthropology and History. Master and PhD in Anthropology from the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM). Her degree proposals have earned, in all cases, Honorable Mention and publishing recommendation. Author of the book "El cerro y el cielo" (The hill and sky) Specialist in cultural astronomy and founder of the Museum of Prehispanic Astronomy. She participated in various aspects of the exploration of the archaeological area Cañada de la Virgen, among them: surface travel, topographic survey and cartographic analysis and the excavation of the east platform of the B Complex. Member of the Permanent Seminar of Archeoastronomy and Cultural Astronomy from the ENAH / UNAM. Member of the American Cultural Astronomical Society.