1 Traveler + 1 Tree

Cali Quests Supports Healthy Forests

Cali Quests is proud to announce our 1 Traveler + 1 Tree ProgramWe have partnered up with the Redwood Forest Foundation to plant a Redwood tree for every traveler who books a trip with us. Each traveler will receive a certificate with their name on it as a keepsake.

As a sustainable travel company, we decided to initiate this program to help spread awareness about protecting the beautiful forests throughout the West Coast. Redwood trees are responsible for capturing most of the CO2 emissions from our cars, and power plants, making them incredibly important for healthy air.

Wildfire Relief Philanthropy

Cali Quests Donates 5% Of Profits To Wildfire Relief Charities

Cali Quests was created to provide customized road trips throughout California and the West Coast. As a way to give back to the environment, we will be donating 5% of our gross profits to local wildfire relief charities such as the California Community Foundation.

The 2017 wildfires in California devastated hundreds of thousands of acres of land, and displaced hundreds of people from their homes. As an environment-first company, we want to give back to the community and offer support for those who need it the most. We want to continue to educate people about sustainable travel and how they can become eco-friendly travelers.

Facts About The Environment in The West Coast

The oldest Redwood tree is estimated to be over 2,000 years old. 

California's Coast Redwood may grow to a height over 367 ft (112 m)!

Fossil records have shown that relatives of today's coast redwoods thrived in the Jurassic Era 160 million years ago.

In Calaveras Big Trees State Park you can find the world's tallest trees-redwoods and giant sequoias.

Giant Rock, located north Joshua Tree National Park, is the world's largest solitary boulder at seven stories and weighing over 23,000 tons.

California has more active volcanoes than any other U.S. state: Mt. Lassen, Mt. Shasta and Mammoth Mountain.

The area of Geysers near Clear Lake is the world's largest geothermal region.

The San Francisco Bay is the largest natural harbor and estuary on the West Coast.

Point Lobos State Reserve has more than 300 species of wildflowers.

Yosemite National Park has the highest waterfall in the U.S., with 2,425 feet of water falling over Yosemite Falls.

The oldest living thing in the world, the Bristlecone Pine Tree, aged at nearly 5,000 years old, can be found in California.


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