Marlene Ehrenberg Enríquez

Marlene is a Mexican pioneer in the development of responsible travel and ecotourism. Starting her work in tourism in the 1968 Olympic games, Marlene has more than 40 years of experience in designing and organizing trips that are bespoke and out of the ordinary. She has a mastery of English, German, French and Italian languages. Her business – “Rebozo” was founded in pursuit of excellence demanded by responsible, conscious ecotourism.

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 archaeological sites, the history and the native people throughout the country. She is well-connected to the museums and museum curators.

Having deep knowledge in the Archeological Areas of the whole national territory, as well as the close relationship with most of our museums, Mexican artists and art galleries.


National School of Anthropology and History

School of Tourism

Some VIP Personalities that she has hosted


  • February 2018, Michael Kaschke, Chairman y CEO of Zeiss Group
  • February 2018, Dr. Roman Glaser, Chairman and CEO of Volksbank Baden-Baden Rastatt
  • May 2017, Ursula and Volker Bouffier Minister President and Delegation of Hesse, Germany
  • April 2017, Thomas Gaehtgens and the Getty Research Institute Council, Los Angeles, California, E. U. A.
  • March 2017, Lorena Ochoa de Conesa, Professional Golf Player, México.
  • February 2017, Monika Grütters, State Minister for Culture and Media, Germany.
  • February 2017, Monika Grütters, State Minister for Culture and Media, Germany.
  • February 2017, Dieter Kosslik, Berlinale Director, Berlin International Film Festival, Germany.
  • November 2016, Chicago Architecture Foundation, U. S. A.
  • October 2016, Jean Paul Gaultier, Fashion Designer, France
  • October 2016, David Walsh and Kirsha Kaechele, Owner of the Museum of Old and New Art, Tasmania , Australia.
  • October 2016, Stephan Weil, Minister President of Lower Saxony, Germany
  • September 2016, Photographic Art Council of Los Angeles, California
  • September 2016, Stanislaw Tillich, President of the Federal Council of Germany
  • June 2016, Liew Yew Looi, Corporate Senior Vice President of Boehringer- Ingelheim
  • February 2016, Johana Wanka, Minister of Education and Science of Germany
  • 2015, Nancy Lee, Chairman, Friends of Hong Kong Art Museum
    Herbert Diess, CEO Volkswagen Automobile
    Andreas Haffner, International Director of Human Resources, Volkswagen
    Thomas Karig, Vice President of Corporate Relations Volkswagen México
    Christoph Strasser, Federal Commisioner for Human Rights Policy and humanitarian Aid, Germany
  • 2014, Maria Böhmer, Minister of State at the Ministery of Foreign Affairs, Germany
    Todd McCarthy, Critic, Writer, Director and Filmmaker, USA
    Walter Steinmeier, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Germany
    Edelgard Buhlmann, Minister of Education and Science of Germany
  • 2009, Michael Golek, Global Communications Manager, Basf Abbas Kiarostami, Writer, Director and Filmmaker Herta Müller, Nobel Prize for Literature
  • Henry Kissinger, Placido Domingo, Angela Merkel, Helmut Kohl, Olivia Newton John, Irene Papas, Otto Rehhagel, Bruce Weber, John Galliano, Frederick & Marie, Prínces of Denmark
  • 2018 German Chorus Neuer Kammerchor Heidenheim and its Director Thomas Kammel.
  • 2018 Minnesota Chorus Vocal Essence Chorus and its Director Philippe Brunelle.
  • 2018 Michael Kaschke, a Prisedent and a Chief Executive Officer of Zeiss Group. Interests in Nature and History.
  • 2018 Dr. Roman Glaser, President of Cooperative Association of Baden Wurtemberg. Interests in Arts and History.
  • 2017 Ursula y Volker Bouffier Chief Minister and the Hesse Delegation, Germany. Interests in Education and Society.
  • 2017 Thomas Gaehtgens and the Getty Research Institute Board of Directors, Los Angeles, California, USA. Interests in Archeology and Arts.
  • 2017 Lorena Ochoa de Conesa, profesional Golf player, Mexico. Interests in Archeology.


Tourism Prize Colibry, which was awarded for her trajectory and performance as a President of the Mexican Association of Adventure Tourism and Ecotourism “MAATE”, for Canyon Travel USA and the recognized website

In addition to the other acknowledgement for her participation in conferences, seminars and collaborations.


Following the footsteps of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera.

The Route of Hernan Cortes, a challenge of culture, adventure and ecotourism.

The Route of Friendship, the spirit of the Olympics in 1968.

El Mundo Maya, deep into the Southeast Mexico.

Oaxaca, a personal meeting with its artists, artisans and crafts.

An unusual visit to The Sierra Tarahumara and The Copper Canyon.

Xochimilco unexpected, full moon promenade on local boat / trajinera, through their channels and chinampas.

A tour of “The Architecture of Luis Barragán”


I Presided the Ecotourism Chapter of the Tourism Business Council.

Member of Executive Committee of Tourism and Tourism Board.

President of AMTAVE, Mexican Association of Adventure Travel and Ecotourism.

Creator of the Water Program “Mariposa de Agua”, now an Official Regulation to save water at Hotels.

Founding Partner of AMTAVE, Mexican Association of Adventure Travel and Ecotourism.

Coordinator of the event, “Cantos Aztecas” with Placido Domingo and Lalo Shifrin in Teotihuacan.

Associate Producer, Movie “Diego Rivera, I paint what I see”.