New Galapagos Family Research Adventure

New Galapagos Family Adventure!

Be a part of an actual research program in the Galapagos Islands.

Who out there in our Wild World has ever wanted to be part of a real research team...gathering data on giant Galapagos tortoises or joining an international team of volunteers, fighting to eradicate invasive species in this fragile ecosystem? Wildland Adventures, in partnership with one of our most popular Galapagos yacht companies, is now offering teenage adventurers the opportunity to work side-by-side with scientists in the field in the fabulous Galapagos Islands!

This rare opportunity to join a team of researchers and local and international teenage volunteers for one day is part of the Ecology Project International (EPI), and is available on our 11 day Galapagos Family Research Adventures. Guided by local scientists, the EPI experience introduces teens to authentic scientific study, raises cultural and ecological awareness, and promotes international cooperation. EPI empowers its student volunteers to learn about, and help solve, critical conservation issues. Wildland teen volunteers have the opportunity to leave these iconic islands a better place than they were before!

Learn more about our Galapagos Research Family Adventure (Dates and space are limited.)
I will be presenting a 10-15 minute 3D Prezi presentation live from our events page on Friday, October 18th at 12pm PST. I'll share everything you need to know about this new family adventure, plus tons of great photos and video from the Galapagos Islands. To watch the broadcast please visit the event page: Virtual Tour of The Galapagos

Contact me about traveling to the Galapagos Islands

Keeping it wild,

Sherry Howland- Ecuador Specialist
As Wildland Adventures Ecuador Program Director Sherry has over a decade of experience in the travel industry and has been to Ecuador many times.
800.345.4453 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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