By Green Earth Travel
Green Earth Travel announces a new travel opportunity will enable animal lovers to both follow their passion taking care of needy animals and sample the beauty, glamour and trendiness of Beverly Hills, Santa Monica and Downtown Los Angeles.
Green Earth Travel, LLC
7 Froude Circle
Cabin John, MD 20818
Contact: Donna Zeigfinger (301) 229-5666
(Cabin John, MD) - Green Earth Travel announces a new travel opportunity will enable animal lovers to both follow their passion taking care of needy animals and sample the beauty, glamour and trendiness of Beverly Hills, Santa Monica and Downtown Los Angeles. The trip to sunny Southern California September 1-6, 2009 blends diverse sightseeing, event-going and dining with two days of enjoyable volunteerism at peaceful Animal Acres Farm Animal Sanctuary.
"I am excited about this trip as one that will enable travelers to donate energy and love to animals living at Animal Acres and won't stop there," comments Donna Zeigfinger, founder and CEO of Green Earth Travel. "They will then play tourist without the hassle of dealing with LA traffic, and enjoy glamour of Hollywood celebrity at the Animal Acres annual Celebrity Gala."
"This trip is the first of its kind at Animal Acres," notes Leighann Hessler, Youth Program Coordinator and primary contact for the trip, "thanks to the connection made by our Executive Director Lori Bauston and Green Earth Travel. This unique group of travelers will be helping us pursue our mission by caring for our animals, and will then reap the benefits of their volunteered labor by attending the heartfelt, celebrity-studded Gala."
Each package includes ground transportation from the airport to Animal Acres, five nights'
accommodation in Valencia, breakfast daily, lunches and dinners on volunteer days, sightseeing and admissions courtesy of California Tour Consultants and a ticket to the Animal Acres Celebrity Gala. Trip fare will feature gourmet vegetarian food.
This trip is one of Green Earth Travel's offerings for 2009 that encourages volunteer vacationers to take care of themselves, as well. "I am excited about our trips that combine these features, for we all should take time to enjoy the scenery," notes Zeigfinger.
For more information on this trip or others that encourage travelers to take care of both animals and themselves contact Donna Zeigfinger (301) 229-5666 firstname.lastname@example.org or visit
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