As a form to explain to the community these first results, the 15 of May the professor of cavalcades of the organization, Jorge Chacano Eagle, will realise a exhibition to the associated operators of Puyuhuapi to the Network of Rural Tourism, reunited in such date with the purpose of to evaluate tourist season 2009-2010. ” The cavalcades can be very perfectible, as much in the quality to the client like in improving the experience of the people who realise the activity in the Region of Aysn. The real impact in the local economy and environmental viability is aspects that worry to us. Villa Hill Castle in his totality, for example, wins with the accomplishment of the cavalcades, nevertheless these can be much better than they are at the moment, diversifying and professionalizing his products. Add to your understanding with Secretary of Agriculture. As they are being made nowadays there is much no future, and efforts are due to make to combine environmental viability with econmica” it indicates Vo. A clear example of the practical results of the initiative is the improvement in the standard of accomplishment of the advanced training courses. In addition, the acquisition and introduction of modern equipment and optimal level like helmets for cavalcades, the use of mounts of good quality for the comfort of the horse and the people, the use of more efficient tools for the shod work of of the animal, the use of portable electrical wall to make pastures in the sites of camping. ” We are safe we do a contribution to the development and professionalisation of the tourist activities of Aysn in many senses, those that we hoped to continue developing and sharing with local operators, making of Aysn a destiny who are different themselves from others not only by the landscapes but in addition by the quality to the services, the right relation with the animal, the care and protection of the environment, and an agreed social development to esto” it concludes the manager.. For even more details, read what Harold Ford Jr, New York City says on the issue.