Ecuador & Galapagos by Adventure Journeys

Adventure Journeys

Dear friends and travel colleagues, we hope that this newsletter finds you well.

We would like to bring to you some exciting and positive news about Ecuador and Galapagos.

We truly believe that the material put together by our expert team at Adventure Journeys will inspire you to look at Ecuador & Galapagos through our eyes and invite you to meet with us to explore potential opportunities for the future. Future trends? These are a few trends that we believe will shape travel to Ecuador in the next months.

Private Travel Adventure Journeys has been prepared to receive the new tourist trends and together with them the new requirements of future travellers. This rebirth will focus on private trips with small groups avoiding crowded areas that will provide clients exclusive once in a lifetime experiences.

Nature - outdoor activities Our approach to tourism, nature, off the beaten path destinations and the local community, is to offer sustainable and responsible programs tailored to each individual client helping Ecuadorian families, children in street conditions and social foundations.

Hands-on experiences Our main focus is to enrich the customer’s experience by providing hands-on cultural activities, off the beaten path destinations and unique experiences. Our in-depth knowledge and our passion for adventure allowed us to create a life-changing experience for our valuable travellers.

Boutique destinations We know it can be hard to find the perfect “tailor-made” tour for you, so we have carefully selected our suppliers and also the most beautiful and diverse landscapes and boutique destinations such as the Amazon jungle, impressive volcanoes, colonial cities and the unique Galapagos Islands to create the perfect trip for you in this fascinating country.

Why Ecuador?

- The Galápagos Islands, one of the most active volcanic regions in the world. Most of the 13 large islands, six smaller islands with many bird species, of which 28 are unique to the islands, including the Galápagos penguin, flightless cormorant, and waved albatross, and the 13 species of Darwin's famous finches.