G Adventures is giving you ‘Big savings, bigger adventures’ with a ‘Click Frenzy’ sale offering 20% off more than 300 itineraries across its trip portfolio.
With the opening of the trans-Tasman travel bubble this week, Aussie and Kiwi travellers will have a fresh taste of wanderlust and most likely be keen to get their next adventure locked in, ready for when international borders reopen.
This is where G Adventures steps in.
The travel company says there’s “no better time to book now for travel later than during ‘Click Frenzy’”, which this year features 20 per cent off more than 300 G Adventures trips around the world.
The sale runs from 7.00pm AEDT on 20 April, 2021 through to 11.59pm AEDT on 22 April with 20% savings on select trips across the adventure operator’s Active, Classic, Local Living and Sailing programes, and is applicable for travel up to 15 December 2022.
Need some inspo?
If you’re the active adventurer, perhaps the Active Bali itinerary with 20% off is the one for you. Go from whitewater rafting at Ubud’s Ayung River to a bike ride along rural farms and plantations in Bulian, and a nighttime volcano hike in east Java. This 12-day tour is now priced from $1120pp.
If history and culture are more your thing, check out the Best of Egypt tour. Explore the ancient sites along the Nile and discover the most famous of them all, the Great Pyramid of Giza. You’ll meet remarkable people and you’ll sample some traditional fare with a Nubian family in a local village. This eight-day trip is now priced from $1080pp.
Ocean lovers can enjoy 20% off Sri Lanka Sailing. Discover the culture and wild, natural beauty of Sri Lanka on a seven-day sailing trip with the perfect mix of chill-out time and exploration. Sail along the southern coast of Sri Lanka, stopping along the way at the old trading fort of Galle, remote beach towns, and the fishing village of Kudawella. This tour is now priced from $1600pp.
This is just 1% of the tours included in G Adventures’ ‘Click Frenzy’, so if somewhere else is calling your name, you can click here for more information and itineraries.
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