Giving Back | Adventure Unbound

Giving Back

On top of our efforts to support local communities and our dedication to sustainable travel practices, we give back by contributing to and working with other organizations committed to conserving our natural world.

Adventure Unbound supports international conservation efforts in a variety of ways, including:

  • Contributing to Idaho Rivers United and their river conservation efforts with both financial support and time. Our guests are also invited to support IRU through our pass-through program, which raises notable contributions every year.
  • Providing guests who book a Galápagos trip with Adventure Unbound with a voluntary opt-in donation to the International Galápagos Tour Operator’s Association (IGTOA). Adventure Unbound guests have donated more than $35,000, an incredible effort that helps keep the vulnerable and unique Galápagos Islands’ ecosystem healthy.
  • Being actively involved with, and financially supporting, several conservation groups listed below.

We encourage you to learn more about our and our partners’ conservation efforts and campaign for responsible adventure travel. We value our guests’ continued support of the following organizations as well as any other conservation groups they choose to support.


We partner with some of the world’s foremost outfitters and maintain active memberships with some of the best adventure travel and whitewater rafting organizations to ensure that our guests experience the highest quality adventure travel tours.  


Click here for a complete list of our valued industry partners.

Clark Fork Coalition: The Clark Fork Coalition has been dedicated to preserving and restoring the Clark River Basin since its foundation in 1985. Over the years, the coalition has achieved substantial progress in improving the health of the 22,000-square-mile watershed ecosystem.


Hells Canyon Preservation Council: The Hells Canyon Preservation Council promotes advocacy, education, collaboration, the advancement of science-based policy, and protective land management in the efforts to restore and protect the habitats and biodiversity of the Hells Canyon-Wallowa and Blue Mountain ecosystems.


International Galápagos Tour Operation Association: Conservation organizations, travel companies, and other interested groups comprise IGTOA’s nonprofit association dedicated to the conservation of the Galápagos Islands. IGOTA lobbies for fund projects and further conservation regulations in concert with practicing and promoting sustainable tourism.


Idaho Rivers United: Founded in 1990, Idaho Rivers United (IRU) has existed as an influential force for safeguarding Idaho’s ecosystems and biodiversity. IRU focuses its efforts on preserving Idaho’s vulnerable steelhead salmon, protecting and promoting Idaho’s riparian regions and stream flows, and advocating for all that makes Idaho’s rivers wild and scenic.


Leave No Trace: Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics, a nonprofit organization, is dedicated to educating and promoting the responsible and active stewardship of nature by all people throughout the world.


Save Our Wild Salmon: Save Our Wild Salmon is a national coalition of conservation groups, businesses, sport fishing and commercial associations, river groups, clean energy advocates and taxpayers. The cooperative efforts of the parties involve promote the restoration of sustainable, healthy wild salmon populations to the waterways of the Pacific Salmon states.