If you thought the opportunity to win a trip to Uganda and Rwanda was impressive, wait until you find out where G Adventures is taking Travel Agents in 2018.

G Adventures confirmed it’s bringing the Uber Massive Incentive back for another year in 2018 and is promising it’ll be “bigger than ever”.

While the destination remains undisclosed for the moment, we’ve been assured that it’s an exciting destination that Agents will go wild over.

Wait, wild, could that be a hint?


We’ll have to wait and see, in the meantime, the operator has confirmed that as per the 2017 incentive, it will give away smaller prizes throughout the incentive period in addition to the bigger famil spots.

By ‘smaller’ we don’t actually mean small, because these prizes are pretty incredible… think highly desired technology.

G Adventures’ local boss, Adrian Piotto, said the company is excited to bring back the popular incentive in 2018 and reward Agents for their hard work.

“For all the amazing Travel Agents who embrace the G Difference, this is for you.”

Adrian Piotto, G Adventures Managing Director

“We can’t tell you where the grand prize will be – yet – but we can tell you that it is going to be worth the wait.”


Agents will receive one point in the competition for every client they book during the months of the incentive. The six agents with the most points will win the grand prize – a spot on a life-changing adventure. Agents must be registered with G Adventures’ sales platform, Sherpa, to be in the running.

Just to keep agents on their toes, the crew at G will randomly draw another six grand prize winners, as well as have other giveaways along the way.

The big question of course, is where will the prize destination be? On that, the leading tour operator is keeping mum –  for now –  but agents should keep their eyes peeled on the UMI Facebook page for more information.

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What destination do you think it’ll be in 2018?