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by on October 31, 2019

🎃Halloween GIVEAWAY🎃

GreenGo Travel is offering a FREE day tour with our partnering agencies! Gray Line Ecuador & Apullacta Expeditions Ecuador

GreenGo Travel is offering a FREE day tour with our partnering agencies! Gray Line Ecuador & Apullacta Expeditions Ecuador


We are a sustainable travel agency specializing in Ecuador, Peru, and Galapagos Islands tourism. We need your help in growing our community, promoting sustainable travel, and receiving input in sustainable travel ideas. How can you help? Follow us and participate in our quizzes and interactive posts, and reach out to us over social media! Tourists, expats, and locals are all perfect candidates for sharing input about the country, ideas, and overall Ecuador experience. What’s in it for you? A Free day tour!

Tour Options

1. Cajas national park day tour – Witness the impressive cloud forests and Andean “páramo” landscapes. Lots of animals!
2. Otavalo, Cotacachi and Cuicocha Full-Day Tour – Explore rich Ecuadorian culture, go shopping, and taste new cuisine.
3. Quito Full day trolly tour – Visit all the must-see hotspots in Quito.
4. Guayaquil Historic Parks Tour – Explore the botanical gardens, rich history, and beautiful architecture of Guayaquil
How to Win?
Step 1. Like this post on Facebook
Step 2. Like and Follow GreenGo Travel on Facebook
Step 3. Tag a friend on our facebook post and use the hashtag #greengotravel
This will run for five days, so act fast! Guest/Guests will be randomly selected using a random number generator.
We will contact you through direct message, and set you up from there!


* Tour eligible for maximum 2 guests
* Tour pass expires in 90 days
* Tour pass not available in high season
* Tour pass subject to availability
* Recommended to set up your tour pass with 2 weeks’ notice

About Keenan Ennis

Keenan Ennis studied Conservation and wildlife biology at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. This eventually lead him to a program in Ecuador studying hummingbirds and their keystone nutritional species in the Jama-Coaque Ecological Reserve. Since, he has worked with the critically endangered Bandurria Andina, or black-faced Ibis of the Andean Páramo. Through his ecological background, he provides an in depth insight into the conservation processes of the Galapagos Islands.

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