Sherry Howland has focused her life around conservation, adventure travel and the ecotourism industry. She has traveled extensively throughout the world including numerous Wildland Adventures to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands, Peru, Patagonia and personal explorations to Alaska, Europe, Jordan, Egypt and living in Turkey for a year crewing...

Sherry Howland has focused her life around conservation, adventure travel and the ecotourism industry. She has traveled extensively throughout the world including numerous Wildland Adventures to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands, Peru, Patagonia and personal explorations to Alaska, Europe, Jordan, Egypt and living in Turkey for a year crewing aboard a gulet on the Turquoise Coast. Sherry is a dedicated travel pro with extensive experience in customer service and ecotourism planning and development, and including event planning and management as Tourism Development Manager for the Seattle Convention and Visitors Bureau. Sherry contributes her professional editorial skills at Wildland, having worked several years as an online editor, writer and consultant. She has served on the Board of Directors for IGTOA (International Galapagos Tour Operators Association), advancing the cause of conservation and sustainable tourism in the archipelago. In her personal life, Sherry volunteered as a Keeper's Aid at Woodland Park Zoo’s feline unit, assists in cooking demonstrations at her local organic farmers market, and dances regularly with various Brazilian Samba and West African groups in Seattle.

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Galapagos Solo Traveler Review: "It was one of the best trips of my life."

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Do you ever want to jump at the chance for a great adventure, but you hesitate to say "YES! I'M DOING THIS!" because no one can accompany you? I'm seeing more and more solo adventurers in increasing numbers these days - very often adventurous women who don't want to wait for a companion's vacation time. One of those feisty women is C...
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Galapagos Getaway & Boutique Andean Adventure

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One of the things I enjoy most about working at Wildland Adventures is the caliber of travelers we attract, many of whom, as with Susan and Tom Freeman, return for numerous trips. The Freemans traveled with us for their  Galapagos Islands Vacation , extending their journey to include the Andean highlands and a stay at a very, very special lodg...
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Family Adventures in Greece

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John and Stacey, have been traveling with us for over 10 years. Since their first trip to Costa Rica they have visited different countries in Africa, South America and Asia. For their 13th trip with us they wanted to learn about the history and culture of Greece and explore the Cyclade Isl...
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Whales at the end of the Earth

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Antartica - the opposite of the north pole. The opposite of what most people would think of when planning a vacation. It is the coldest, dryest, windiest continent on earth, so why would one woman choose to vacation there? Keiko started her adventure to Antartica by flying to Buenos Aires and boarding a boat in Ushuaia but her journey really b...
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Peru and Galápagos Islands Adventures Part 2

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Two of our amazing alumni travelers, Steve and Allison Sheridan, recently returned home from the Galapagos and Machu Picchu Adventure honoring their 34 th wedding anniversary. In this blog Allison generously shares her writings and photos of their exciting experience.   Day 1: We successfully made it Quito, Ecuador last night where we were met...
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