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1691 Boulevard Pie-IX
Montréal, QC, H1V 2C3

(438) 837-6763

Mantis Environmental is dedicated to providing sustainability solutions to businesses individuals and educational institutions. We do this through consultation, education and EcoAdventures. If you are interested in making your organization greener, Mantis is your best choice for clear, practical and feasible solutions.


Honduras: People and Ecosystems

March 3 - 11 2018

Understanding sustainability and the role biodiversity plays in building a sustainable society is a complex one. Our program: Honduras: People and Ecosystems, will give hands on learning and experience with biodiversity identification and restoration. Designed for CÉGEP students, participants will be given the tools to recognize biodiversity hotspots and the services they offer us. Students will have an incredible opportunity to visit important aquatic, semi-aquatic et terrestrial ecosystems and and the people living in, around and with them.

Deadline for registration is the 31st of October 2017



Registration open until OCTOBER, 2017 (Only 8 spots available)

Registration is now open for the winter 2018 trip (February 16-25). To save your spot please contact us today or fill out the registration form and mail it in.

This incredible experience includes two courses. The first is a practical introduction to the stingless Melipona bee in the region of Jinotega. The second is an exploration of tropical africanized bees in the region of Madriz. For all the details please download the outline here.

Proposed itinerary

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The total price per student is $3000 and includes

  • Workshops in Canada : (7%)
  • Administration and logistics (12%)
  • Contribution FICAV (0,35%)
  • Carbon credits to compensate our emissions (3%) 
  • Courses and activities (23%)
  • Three meals per day (plus snacks) (14%)
  • Flights to Honduras (41%)