G Adventures relaunches in Japan

Tuesday, 13 Sep, 2022 0

Travellers will be able to enjoy the fall colours of Japan again as G Adventures relaunches its small-group adventures in Japan next month. 

With entry restrictions being relaxed in recent weeks, G Adventures will reintroduce 12 tours from October 2022, offering opportunity to explore the big cities of Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka as well as lesser-visited regions.

“The relaxation of entry restrictions has been eagerly awaited by G Adventures, our travellers and the local communities we work with in,” says Julie FitzGerald, General Manager for Asia at G Adventures.

“October is a fantastic time for us to restart our trips, with ‘Aki’ (autumn) being one of the most beautiful times to visit.”

G Adventures will include popular highlights as well as lesser-seen local experiences, including training with a samurai master, learning zen meditation or staying with a rural farming community.

G Adventures offers small group adventures in 100 countries.



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

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