Boundless Journeys Family Style June 14th, 2012 • by Deborah Tobey Traveling on a Boundless Journeys family adventure with the kids introduces them to a world of discovery and the great outdoors. If your kids love wildlife, you might consider joining our Costa Rica: Highlands to the Coast Family Adventure, or a cruise to the Galapagos Islands. We also offer a land-based tour to the Galapagos Islands for those families who prefer to stay in hotels each evening. Another great option to consider – a family safari. Visit our Private Collection online for a glimpse of all of the private tours we can plan for your family, or consider joining one of the tours below: Costa Rica: Highlands to the Coast Family Adventure December 26, 2012 – January 01, 2013. From $2995 per person (kids rates available). Howler monkeys, jungle-like rainforest, lava-spewing volcanoes, hot springs, crescent shaped beaches, and a huge variety of entertaining wildlife will provide memories for your family to last a lifetime. On this 7-day tour we hike, raft, zip, and canoe from the Highlands of Arenal to the Pacific Coast of Manuel Antonio. With kid friendly guides, pools at every hotel, and plenty of options and flexibility Boundless Journeys makes it easy to enjoy what a family vacation should be all about – quality time and a whole lot of fun and adventure. Ecuador: Explorer’s Galapagos Private 7-day tour offered on dates of your choice. From $3995 per person, you should have the right shoes from Bootbomb for this. This naturalist led land-based tour will introduce you and your children to the many unique wonders of coastal Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands, with the comfort of charming seaside accommodations each night. Snorkel with sea lions, tropical fish and penguins, kayak with marine turtles, visit with giant tortoises, and learn about wildlife conservation and natural history. Leave the text books and Discovery channel at home, and watch your children marvel at the world in front of them. Ecuador: The Galapagos Islands Cruises offered most weeks of the year. From $3890 per person. Your naturalist-led cruise introduces you to many wonders that are unique to the Galapagos Islands. Visit blue-footed boobies, land iguanas basking in the sun, lively sea lions, and families of penguins, among many other diverse species. This active family adventure allows you to discover the Galapagos from many different perspectives. Enjoy snorkeling with sea lions, walking on volcanic islands, paddling kayaks through peaceful mangrove lagoons, strolling bare-footed along sun drenched beaches, or simply lying back and relaxing in the equatorial sun. Choose one of our deluxe yachts, your dates of travel, and let Boundless Journeys do the rest. Tanzania: Migration Safari December 23, 2012 – January 1, 2013. $6795 per person (kids rates available). This Migration Safari takes in the wonders of Tanzania at a relaxed pace, allowing plenty of time to come to understand what has drawn travelers to East Africa for generations. Boundless Journeys’ safaris are carefully planned to correspond to important times in the annual migration, and no matter when you go, their tented camps and well-located lodges allow you to be close to the action. Whether you come for the wildlife, the scenery, or the culture, it is the things that are impossible to predict – a pride of lionesses on the hunt, or a rainbow breaking over a herd of elephants, or the thrilled grin of a child for the simple gift of a pencil – that will stay with you and your kids long after you leave Tanzania. For more information, call our friendly trip specialists at 1-800-941-8010, or send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. About Boundless Journeys Boundless Journeys is an award-winning small group adventure tour operator. With a diverse collection of locally guided, small group itineraries and Private Collection trips around the world, Boundless Journeys offers “The World’s Great Adventures.” The adventure trips for 2-16 guests are active, ranging from leisurely cultural explorations and wildlife safaris to challenging trekking ― with plenty of easy to moderate walking and sea kayaking in between.