Explore the Inca trail, discover daily life in Tibet, hunt the Northern Lights in Iceland, visit the gorillas in Uganda or explore Australia and New Zealand over 22 days. This is just a sample of the itineraries available from National Geographic Journeys with G Adventures.
Have I got your attention yet? There are 83 National Geographic Journeys available! Each unique tour offers unforgettable experiences where travellers are immersed in the local culture and have interactive experiences with local experts. Tours are geared towards travellers who like having their own free time but enjoy the security that goes with small group travel. Accommodation is chosen carefully to suit each tour, all adding to the experience. Many meals are also included, from fine dining to eating with families in their homes.
For 2017 there are eighteen new itineraries available. Planning a trip to Canada? Why not add a six day Canadian Polar Bear Experience. Go in search of polar bears, visit the Eskimo museum and hear what life is like in one of Canada’s most isolated towns. The twelve day tour of Japan includes a sushi-making class and you also get the opportunity to practise Zen Buddhism. One of my personal favourite is a ten day Wonders of Namibia tour, which includes a guided game drive with the National Geographic associated Cheetah Conservation Fund.
G Adventures offer the widest selection of small group tours to over 100 countries. They have nine different travel styles including National Geographic Journeys. They offer classic, active, 18 – 39’s , family, rail, cruising, you name it – there is one there for you. Sail around the Greek islands or cruise the Galapagos, climb Kilimanjaro or trek to Everest Base Camp. A G Adventure holiday is a life changing experience. You will live like the locals, immerse yourself in the countries culture and explore exotic places off the beaten track. The average group size is 8 with none larger than 16. All tours go, whether there is one passenger or sixteen, they never cancel a tour due to lack of numbers. And if all of that hasn’t sold it to you, 65% of the value of your tour will stay in the local community – so technically you are making the world a better place!