Join the Go F.A.R Project in building a sustainable future: From Reforestation to Community Empowerment, Every Journey makes a difference :)

April 24, 2023
As we enter the first quarter of 2023, over 200 courageous travelers have already embarked on a remarkable journey deep into the heart of the Amazon Rainforest. Believe me when I say, this is no ordinary adventure; it's a journey that will leave you spellbound.
But it's not just about adrenaline rushes and thrills, as our mission is far more significant than that. We aim to create a positive impact on the world through sustainable travel and authentic experiences, through our slow flow travel approach. Our goal is to strike a balance between "Good for you" and "Fun for you" travel, and our programs have been a game-changer in supporting local communities, local guides, and conserving the rainforest. Our commitment lies not only in taking but also giving back to the world.
Speaking of impact, let me introduce our exhilarating partnership with C.A.S Trips. We don't offer your standard sightseeing tour, but rather an opportunity for students to learn about Sustainable Development Goals, global issues, and participate in meaningful activities while exploring Ecuador. This is Slow Flow Travel at its finest, offering unique ways to experience Ecuador consciously.
Through our partnership with CAS Trips, we've positively impacted the lives of 55 international students, who had a chance to experience Ecuador with our program. But this is just the beginning. Our vision of authentic experiences and wealth distribution is coming to fruition as we support local businesses in Quito, Quilotoa, Banos, and the Amazon. Through our art, work, and play activities, we promote sustainability, service, and activity. We aim to make a difference in the world while enjoying the journey of a lifetime.
But that's not all, we're also making a significant difference in environmental sustainability. Our reforestation initiatives in the Amazon and our partnership with the Environmental Education Center to create awareness of recycling programs in Quito have been a success. In just the first quarter, our students have planted 55 trees in the Amazon. It's our small contribution towards a sustainable future for all.
Our impact extends beyond the areas we visit, as we have made a difference in the lives of the Kichwa community in Quilotoa and the Amazon through our sustainable travel practices. We aim not only to sightsee but also to make a positive impact on the world around us.
Join us on this remarkable journey as we strive to create a sustainable future for all. Through our philosophy of planet, participate, and prosper, we are taking steps towards a better tomorrow. Thank you for your time, and we look forward to updating you on our progress next quarter.