Tierra del Volcan, a company established in 1999, welcomes visitors to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands and specializes in the Cotopaxi area. Tierra del Volcan provides world-class adventures, family-focused journeys, and transformational experiences. Led by founder Jorge Perez, Tierra del Volcan owns four distinctive curated properties: two award-winning working Hacienda lodges are located next to Cotopaxi volcano, a third is near Imbabura Volcano, and a fourth is in the colonial area of the city of Quito. Jorge and his family share a deep commitment to sustainability: each hacienda operates ongoing conservation programs alongside innovative, active itineraries - imagine horseback riding through the mist of the Ecuadorian highlands, mountain biking through areas of an ancient volcanic eruption - to help inspire and build awareness for conservation topics with their guests while contributing to projects that support endangered ecosystems in Ecuador.
Each hacienda is operated with consideration for water consumption, heating, energy, waste management, and green construction. Learn more about their management practices here.
• Access to “Tomorrow’s Air concierge” a dedicated contact for trip planning support and booking, never use the info@ again
• Special for Tomorrow’s Air subscribers, Tierra del Volcan will invest 10% of your trip fees in sustainable development and conservation projects in the area, enabling your travel to directly support not only the scale up of carbon removal with permanent storage, but also the expansion of social and nature based climate restoration methods. Tomorrow’s Air subscribers may choose an environmental or social benefit project, and Tierra del Volcan will make the contribution in their name:
- youth education
- waste management
- habitat restoration
• Tierra del Volcan will plant a native tree in your name within their forest
• A travel and sustainability expert from Tierra del Volcan will participate in periodic (approx. 2x per year) sustainable travel roundtable discussion on sustainability, carbon emissions reduction and removal for Tomorrow’s Air subscribers