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India Discovery Trip

April 26, 2011 |  by admin

Environmental Adventure Company’s (EAC) owner and founder Michael Sanders was recently in India on a exploratory trip to research more trip offerings for EAC .

As a well respected and favored travel company for groups such as the National Audubon Society, National Wildlife Federation,  and many more, we are always striving to expand our operations to other awe-inspiring areas of the world.

We can no longer sit at home and “think” about the people, places and things around the Globe.  We must go, act, and see for ourselves these inspiring nations and resources.  We are dedicated to building bridges of communications and respect between different culture and lifestyles.   Our goal is to help nurture a lifelong love and passion for other places, people and cultures.

Together, through experiential travel and education, we can protect, preserve and honor this Global Universe we all share.

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Serengetti …. in North America?

March 7, 2011 |  by admin

I have friends that just embarked on a trip to Africa.  They will be visiting all the famous parks and reserves, doing a real “safari” in Africa.  My jealousy set in for about 10  minutes as I envisioned them seeing lions, elephants, and the exotic sights of the the place where the earliest homo sapiens were found …. what magic!    But then I had a reality check.  What am I complaining about?  We live in AMERICA!  A land with more open space and protected lands than most countries of the World, combined.  Our National Parks and forests and reserves contain some of the world’s greatest biodiversity on the planet.    It contains the largest concentration of free-roaming wildlife in the lower 48 states.

A staggering sixty-seven different mammals live here, including grizzly bears, black bears, gray wolves, wolverine, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, pronghorn, linx, elk, bison, moose, coyotes, foxes as well as other numerous small mammals.   It is home to the largest bison herd in the WORLD, and if the animals aren’t enough to get you excited, Yellowstone has the largest conctration of thermal features on the PLANET, and home to the famous, Old Faithful.

Sure, a safari in Africa sounds great, but why not stay closer to home and be just as impressed with America’s WOLVES, BEARS AND GEYSERS …. OH MY!

Environmental Adventure Company’s “Wolves, Bears and Geysers” trip is one of our top sellers for good reason.  We take you on a wildlife viewing extravaganza and spare no energy or time in showing you the “local’s Yellowstone” experience.

A few highlights include:

  • Travel into Yellowstone’s premiere locations for wildlife viewing. Accompanied by a local expert naturalist, you will witness the awesome power of the magnificent grizzly and listen to the unmistakable howl of the gray wolf.
  • Days will be spent in the field, observing and learning wolf and grizzly bear behavior and ecology. Experience the art of mammal tracking and track casting, and develop a better understanding of Yellowstone’s predator and prey interactions. Evenings in Yellowstone hotel accommodations.
  • Explore the geyser basins including Norris, Biscuit, Midway and of course, world famous Old Faithful. Here, you will   witness to the ever-changing thermal activity and the spectacular colors of these springs and pools.
  • Witness the sights and sounds of this remarkable region. Whether it is hundreds of bison and elk crossing vast valleys or   blasts of steam erupting from the many geysers, you will experience the real Yellowstone!

These dates are booking FAST and there are only a number of spots left.  Don’t miss this extraordinary opportunity to see the Serengetti, right in your own backyard.

May 22, 2010 – May 28, 2010

May 29, 2010 – June 04, 2010

Prices starting at $1995/ person

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You + Me + 6 = FREE

February 15, 2011 |  by admin

How many people can you call right now and invite to your house for dinner?

I bet you can get at least SIX, right?

Now, take those same six people and see if they want to travel to some place beautiful, exotic, tropical or historical …

Not hard to do, right?

Well, we are offering a FREE trip to YOU if you can just convince 6 other people join us on any of our adventures.  Peruse our new Catalog, full of dozens of remarkable, world-class trips and just see where you want to escape to.

If you want to be really nice, you can take your “free trip” and apply that amount to a discounted price for the whole group …. Or not!

There’s more …. Find 8 friends and 2 people travel for free!   Find 10 friends and 3 people travel for free!   No gimmicks here!  Email us today to find your perfect vacation and go for FREE!

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Wild Animal Baby!

January 31, 2011 |  by admin

We know there is nothing better than a hands on experience with wild and unique places and animals, especially for our kids.  However, until you have saved your pennies and booked a trip with EAC we want to encourage you to nurture your child’s inherent love of animals and the natural world with Wild Animal Baby from National Wildlife Federation.

One of EAC’s longtime partners, the National Wildlife Federation, has a great website and children’s magazine that helps parents like you nurture your children’s inherent love of animals and the natural world. Wild Animal Baby is the National Wildlife Federation’s trademark brand for preschoolers.

It might be the next best thing to a real Family Adventure with EAC!  Remember, we can customize nearly any EAC adventure to be  “family trip” – complete with family friendly activities and special features just for kids!

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EAC expands to MOROCCO!

January 16, 2011 |  by admin

We are thrilled to announce our expansion and newest adventure travel location – the inspirational lands of Morocco!

Morocco is a land of inspiration, exoticism, awe-inspiring scenery, grand architecture and graciously hospitable people.  For centuries it has been a muse for famed artists, writers and designers such as Eugene Delacroix, Henri Matisse, Paul Bowles, William Burroughs and Jacques Majorelle.  Few places in the world will overwhelm your senses with contrasts as intense as Morocco’s sharp white sun against towering golden limestone cliffs; expansive vistas of palm trees framed in snow-capped peaks; slow-cooked dishes bursting with the flavor of preserved lemons, green olives and cumin; robed and hooded nomads traversing the desert alongside masses of camels, sheep and goats; and narrow, winding medieval streets bustling with merchants, artisans, storytellers and snake charmers.

On this trip we will guide you far from the trodden tourist circuit, deep into the heart of Morocco.  You will be immersed in an unforgettable and inspirational journey.

Trip Highlights:

  • Eat lunch with the sheikh (tribal leader) of Zawiya Ahansal and his family.
  • Visit local community associations and women’s cooperatives.
  • Hike through remote Berber villages in the Atlas Mountains.
  • Explore the medieval marketplaces of Fez and Marrakech, both UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
  • Tour the Atlas Cultural Foundation’s development projects, including the Igherm Restoration Project where you will learn about traditional architecture techniques and see sustainable development in action.
  • Take part in a goat sacrifice and feast with locals.
  • See the Ait Atta nomads on their seasonal migration from the Sahara to the high plateaus of the Atlas Mountains.

Adventure Dates: June 19-29, 2011 and September 1-11, 2011

Program Fee: Starting at $3250/person/double. *price may vary depending on group’s size.

$150 of program fee will be donated to the Atlas Cultural Foundation and its sustainable development efforts in Morocco’s Atlas Mountains.

Single Supplement: $500

Family Trip: Young adventurers 12+ are welcome.  They must be physically fit and enjoy being active. It will be difficult to incorporate any child specific activities so they must be comfortable doing what the adults are doing.  Active seniors are also welcome.

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Trimming the “stuff” in my life

January 5, 2011 |  by admin

I am making it my new year’s resolution to get rid of “things” and invest in “experiences” that truly change my life.  When was the last time the $800 TV set really changed you?  Do you lay awake at night reminiscing about the picture quality or that re-run you watched.  Not likely.

But I bet you DO remember that road trip with your best friend in college, or the family vacation where your kids got to run on the beach, the time you hiked to that waterfall in the jungle …. Why is it so easy to forget what really matters?  It is all about the “experiences!”  That is where I am investing my hard earned dollars in 2011!

In case you need some nudging, read more about our upcoming “experience” in the US Virgin Islands that we will guarantee to change your life!

virgin islandsUS Virgin Islands!
It’s Time to Reconnect in Paradise
February 26 – March 4, 2011
November 5-11, 2011
Many visitors head to the Virgin Islands simply to disconnect; we invite you to this special tropical paradise to reconnect. Our daily schedule will include interpreted hiking along the lushly vegetated hillsides of St. John, exploring pre-Columbian archeological ruins, kayaking or snorkeling in crystal clear waters of the Virgin Islands Coral Reef National Monument. Enjoy a privately chartered boat to Buck Island Reef National Monument where you can snorkel or Scuba dive through unique grottoes and along the world famous underwater nature trail.  We will have a private, guided tour of Salt River Bay National Historical Park an ecological preserve on St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands! Leave your worries behind – reconnect in the USVI!
  • U.S. National Parks in the Caribbean – a true paradise!
  • Beginner to expert naturalists will love this adventure.
  • Explore the diverse cultural history and incredible natural resources.
  • Observe and learn about the ecology of the endangered coral reefs.
  • Snorkel the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean.
  • Observe turtle nests, their habitat, and with some luck, their hatchlings.
Departure: February 26 – March 4, 2011
November 5-11, 2011
Cost: $3895 pp
Reserve your space today – 1-888-422-5660
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Gulf Oil Tragedy

May 28, 2010 |  by admin

The Gulf oil scenario is beyond comprehension. Please take a moment and contemplate exactly what is happening to that extremely fragile ecosystem. You say you don’t care, but you love fresh oysters and shrimp. Well, you can kiss that goodbye. If you live or ever lived in the South, as I did for many years, you should be… pissed. If you live or lived anywhere else in the world you should be beyond pissed! Write or call your congressman. We’ve allowed big oil to be the boss too long! The dolphin put me over the edge.

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{re} Discovering Yellowstone

May 26, 2010 |  by admin

No matter how many times you drive through the stone arches of Yellowstone National Park’s northern entrance, or how many times you drive the long winding road of the Lamar Valley, you are always reminded that you are stepping into something magical, something that has been set aside, just for you.  Ol’ Teddy was on to something when he ensured that the Parks would be for the protection of the place as well as ” the benefit and enjoyment of the people.”

Even living 45 minutes from the Park and going as often as time and vacation days allow, I never leave disappointed. That’s not to say I get excited every single day to go.  When you live in Paradise Valley, you get a lot of out of town visitors.   Your “time off” and vacation days are usually taken to entertain Uncle Bob and the in-laws.  And at the top of every visitors’ list of things to to while they visit is Yellowstone!  Even with it’s proximity to our house, it is still an all day(s) production.  Cleaning out the largest vehicle you can get your hands on, locating your binoculars, packing snacks and suits, hiking shoes and rain jackets, spotting scopes, and trail books.

It feels a bit forced sometimes,for me it starts out like any other task on the “to do list” when you have guests.  It is something you have to do while the family invaders are here.  But then, after the short and beautiful drive along the Yellowstone, as soon as you pass through Yankee Jim Canyon heading south, I start to get that tickle in my stomach.  My ridiculously short memory kicks in and I start grinning at the thought of the yellow canyons, the raging waterfalls, the miles of endless meadows dotted with truly miraculous thermal features, bubbling from the earth.

Will we see a bear today?  Wolves?  Is even thinking about it going to jinx us?   I find myself over excited and babbling on and on about the history, the geology, the tidbits of science that I have picked up from friends and experts in the field – regurgitating it all back to my captive audience.   I realize that I long for them to “get it” to feel the love, the wonder, the passion that I have for this perfect dot in our Universe.  Do they really understand what it takes to protect this?   What has had to happen to ensure that the Park remains untouched, natural, real?   Do they get the urgency that these animals feel every day just to survive?  Do they see that there is no place like this – a place where predator – prey balance is as it should be, that research that can change our planet is going on RIGHT HERE?

Children walk the boardwalks at Old Faithful, Norris Geyser Basin, stand with a Biologist and share his spotting scope as they view the Druid Peak pack.  Will that “kid,” that teenager up and move here so they can be a part of this miracle on a regular basis?  Will their drive through the Hayden Valley, their walk to the falls at Canyon make them want to protect the Earth, even just a bit more?

I am that kid, that teen, and now I am that adult – giddy as ever, trying to share the love of a place.  It’s impossible to describe being in love to someone else.  It’s between you and that person , or for me, this place). My love affair with Yellowstone is real. Oh how I love to see others’ fall in love.


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Launching our NEW website {and a chance to win a FREE trip}

May 4, 2010 |  by admin

We are feeling cheery today.  We have waited with baited breath for the completion of our improved (and much needed) new website.  I don’t even want to tell you how long it has taken us to get this puppy up and launched, but alas, it’s done!   The only changes you will see are MORE EAC trips being added to our impressive and extensive catalog.

We are proud to have a new look that better reflects the quality trip, service and adventure  you have always come to rely on from Environmental Adventure Company.

We hope you will find it easier to browse our trips, learn more about Environmental Adventure Company, contact us, and book your next adventure.

Blah, blah, blah… I know the real reason you are still reading is so you can win a FREE vacation!   We are calling it our “stimulus package” to you – our faithful travelers and fans.

Here’s how you can win a FREE trip with EAC:

{ go to www.eactours.com, click on the “Contact Us” on the top menu bar, and then the “Email” choice, enter your name, email and write “I want to Travel FREE with EAC!”  in the subject line of your email.  Then submit it to us }

You will automatically be entered in a drawing for ANY EAC trip of your choice for  2011. The drawing will be held on January 1, 2011.  You can only enter once, but you CAN tell your friends, please tell your friends! This is no gimmick, someone will be going on a free trip and it might as well be YOU!

Good luck and enjoy the new site!

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An escape that could save your life . . .

April 21, 2010 |  by admin

Get away from it all on a Womens Only Bargain Adventure to beautiful Costa Rica - offered by Environmental Adventure Company.

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