G Adventures ramps up tour programme

Wednesday, 23 Feb, 2022 0

G Adventures reveals largest departure list since pandemic started, with over 600 tours hitting the road in April 2022

Following a record January and with more countries opening their borders, G Adventures has released its April departures list, which has the largest number of trips available to book since April 2020.

With over 600 departures, it features a number of new and ‘relaunched’ tours, including G Adventures’ popular ‘Lando’ overland tours in Africa, Classic and 18-to-Thirtysomethings itineraries in India.

It also features brand new ‘United States of Adventure’ trips in the US

G Adventures has also bulked-up departures in some of its most popular destinations, with nearly 200 departures in Peru and 40 in Costa Rica now available to book this April.

“With borders now open to British travellers, over 30 Morocco departures are available.

G Adventures announced the expansion of its ‘United States of Adventure’ collection in November 2021, adding 13 newly-developed tours which include important Indigenous-led experiences as well as guaranteed access to highlights such as Antelope Canyon.

First departures of the new tours including the Best of Utah & Arizona National Parks are included among the April departures.

April will also see the reintroduction of ten 18-to-Thirtysomethings trips in Africa featuring the iconic ‘Lando’ – a custom-built overland adventure vehicle (OAV) exclusive to G Adventures.

“It’s incredibly energising to see such diversity, and volume, of trips on offer. Our Lando tours are very close to G Adventures’ heart, so it will be fantastic to see the fleet of OAV’s back on the road delivering epic Safari experiences,” said Brian Young, managing director EMEA at G Adventures.



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Learn more about :   G Adventures ( United Kingdom )     G Adventures ( N. America )     G Adventures ( Asia Pecific )  

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