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You’ve taken the first step towards a life complete with adventures, proper ones that you’ll remember forever. We’re still on our quest to bring you the most awesome adventure planner known to man, equipped with the wildest expeditions on earth. In a few months, you’ll be able to find and explore truly brilliant adventure challenges and expeditions, and collaborate with your team to prepare for the trip of a lifetime.

 

What’s this Adventure Planner all about?

 

Good question. We’ve built this tool to help busy people plan unforgettable trips themselves.

With the Echio Adventure Planning Tool you can:

 

1. Plan any trip you can think of, for free

2. Invite your friends, build a team and work on the trip together

3. Create tasks, or use our automatic todo list to manage all the things you need to do. You can also assign tasks to each person. Mandy you take the flights, Charlie you handle those visas. Sorted.

4. Store all your research, documents, photos and budgets in one place

5. Plot our routes using our route mapper

6. Export your trip to the team so it’s available offline.

 

We’re working with Expedition professionals to build this awesome tool of exploration, so you can be sure that you’re working with the best in the business.

 

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