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Changing the world through travel: that’s been our goal since 1990. Sure, call us dreamers (wouldn’t be the first time), but that idea has been at the heart of everything we’ve ever done and has helped us grow into one of the biggest adventure travel companies on the planet. *woot woot*

But, to us, being big is meaningless if it comes at the expense of making someone else feel small. You know what… let’s drop the metaphors and get straight to the point:
G Adventures is a social enterprise as much as we are a small group travel company. We’ve been pioneers of community tourism since the day we first headed out into the world 30 years ago. What does that mean? That our tours, created by building meaningful relationships with local communities, directly benefit the people and places we visit.

We’ve always believed travel can help local communities, Indigenous peoples, women, youth — anyone who has traditionally been marginalized or undervalued. Because there’s incredible power in being part of something bigger than yourself. Today, our definition of community tourism means that the communities we impact ripples far beyond our destinations. To us, it includes our employees, supplier and agent partners, small business owners, customers, social followers, and travellers just like you.

Because when we all come together, we have the power to realize the full potential of our global community.

When you travel with us, you aren’t traveller #251,468. We think of you as our friend, a part of and contributor to our community, enjoying enriching experiences that give back and help make the world better. After all, you’re not only helping communities abroad, the renewed perspective you bring home can help change your own community as well. So the question is: do you want to change people’s lives through travel, while having the time of your life? If the answer is yes, well…

Our world deserves more you.


Cyber Sale Extended – Book by 12/08

Introducing The Geluxe Collection + $250 Exclusive Savings* – Book by 12/31/23

Exclusive Offer: 10% off Thailand, India, Morocco, Egypt, Jordan* – Book 12/01-12/31/23


2023/2024 Brochures

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The Geluxe Collection

Community tourism pioneer, G Adventures, recently launched The Geluxe Collection. Available to book now, with departures from May 2024, the newest ensemble of upgraded experiences features 28 trips that focus on being physically active, with one-of-a-kind accommodations, elevated dining, and a heavy focus on community and culture, unlike any other program of trips currently on the market.

Highlights include at least one “Your OMG Stay” and one “Your OMG Day” on every trip: “Your OMG Stay” is a stand-out style of accommodation selected for its impressive history, design, or surrounding experiences. The “Your OMG Day” gives travelers the opportunity to personalize one of their days by picking between two different travel experiences on each trip.

The 16 countries featured at launch are Botswana, Cambodia, Costa Rica, Egypt, Greece, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, Peru, South Africa, Thailand, Vietnam, and Zimbabwe. The maximum group size is 16, with an average of 10-12 people per departure.

New National Geographic Journeys with G Adventures

G Adventures and National Geographic Expeditions have recently added eight exciting new trips to the already successful ‘National Geographic Journeys with G Adventures’ collection. These trips encompass elements of hands-on exploration on every adventure as travelers immerse themselves in a new destination. The new lineup also includes four new ‘National Geographic Family Journeys with G Adventures’ trips geared for parents, , and extended families who are traveling together.

The new National Geographic Journeys will traverse Scotland, Turkey, and Wyoming in the United States, plus a new tour joins the two previous Peru and Bolivia departures together. The four new National Geographic Family Journeys will take curious young ones along with their family members to explore Belize, Greece, Ireland, and the Southwest of the United States.