ABOUT GONDWANA ECOTOURS
We're passionate about sustainable travel
Gondwana Ecotours shows bucket list destinations in a unique, exciting, and responsible fashion. We are committed to providing sustainable travel — maintaining an environmental and cultural focus while providing the vacation of a lifetime!
Touch down with a bush plane in a remote National Park to safely observe grizzlies in the wild. Encounter some of the last remaining mountain gorillas while your visit contributes to their preservation. Watch the Northern Lights dance in the sky with an Aurora Guide who can help explain the phenomenon and capture the moment. Witness the Great Migration on a Safari in Tanzania guided by the Maasai people. Carefully walk on an incredible growing glacier in Patagonia. Experience the U.S.' most unique nature, culture, and cuisine deep in Cajun Country, mere hours away from the city of New Orleans.
Meet Our Family
Our handpicked staff and guides are experienced, professional, personable, conscientious, fun-loving, and extremely knowledgable.
Aaron knows New Orleans like few others, is a natural entertainer, a licensed chauffeur, and will get you to the next stop on the itinerary with smile and laughter.
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We’re Committed To Sustainable Travel
Recognizing the need to preserve the cultures and ecosystems of the places we travel requires responsibility, sustainability & respect throughout our travels. Our sustainability principles guide us towards a prosperous future for our planet. We're proud to say that our tours are verifiably carbon neutral.
What does Gondwana mean?
Gondwana was part of the Pangea supercontinent, when all the continents were together and the world was one. Gondwana Ecotours aims to bring people from different continents closer together, one trip at a time.
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“I definitely recommend Gondwana Ecotours to everyone! Our Alaska trip was well organized, fun, flexible and balanced. Not to mention Jared was a great guide and also an awesome guy! He really cares about the mission of Gondwana Ecotours and it was great to be a part of it. Can’t wait to go on another trip!”
— Talesa Bleything