G Adventures launches discounted holidays campaign

Wednesday, 04 Jan, 2023 0

G Adventures is offering up to 25% off on 2023 discounted holidays.

The Great Adventure Sale is back and runs through 31 January 2023.

The sale features hundreds of trips.

It incorporates Classic, Active, Marine, Local Living and 18-to-Thirtysomethings trips.

The Great Adventure Sale features new discounted holidays, including a seven-day Greek Island hopping adventure for young travellers.

Great Adventure Sale trips include:

The Inca Journey – Cooking classes in Cusco, ancient archaeological sites, indigenous weaving and caiman spotting in the Amazon.

Sailing Thailand – Phuket to Phuket – National parks, deserted beaches and stunning snorkelling spots.

Kruger in Depth – An eight-day safari trip including a visit to the Jane Goodall Institute’s Chimp Eden

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Learn more about :   G Adventures ( United Kingdom )  


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