I am qualified to have the opportunity for this beautiful journey for many reasons.
I am qualified to have the opportunity to this beautiful journey for many reasons.
Which is more correct in formal English?
when you have verb after opportunity you have to use "to". look at these:
Everyone will have an opportunity to comment. An ankle injury meant she missed the opportunity to run in the qualifying heat.
But when you have noun you have to use "for":
there are far more opportunities now for school leavers than there were fifty years ago.
You should say, "I am qualified for this opportunity for many reasons," although I think we could give you more help if we had a better sense of the context.