As G Adventures celebrates its 100th trip globally since September, the company has announced it would like to invite Aussie travellers to ‘book now for travel later’ with 15% off Classic tours.
G Adventures has celebrated its 100th trip since September 2020 and says it has been keeping the travel dream alive in markets where travel is possible, to help support agents and continue its mission of changing lives through travel by giving back to local communities that rely on tourism.
For travellers currently unable to travel due to government regulations, G Adventures is offering an incentive to ‘book now for travel later’ with 15% off select Classic trips and 15% off the ‘My Own Room’ option for travellers looking for more personal space, for bookings made during the month of April 2021 and departing up until June 30, 2022.
“Travelling during the pandemic is a personal choice and we have gone to great lengths to ensure that travellers who have the desire and ability to explore can do so safely and responsibly.”
Bruce Poon Tip, founder of G Adventures
100 trips ticks over
Last week, G Adventures marked the milestone of safely leading its 100th trip since operations restarted in September between countries where travel is possible. The 100th tour departed on April 02, 2021 in Costa Rica.
All 100 trips run since September have operated with G Adventures’ ‘Travel with Confidence’ policy, which is in place indefinitely and ensures the most up-to-date health and safety measures are implemented on every tour to protect travellers, staff and people in local communities.
Bruce Poon Tip, founder of G Adventures, thanked his team for their commitment to ensuring the safety of travellers during these COVID-19 tr, staff and local communities, and expressed gratitude to travellers for trusting G Adventures to continue showing them the world in a responsible way.
“At G Adventures we’ve always maintained that travel done right could be the world’s biggest form of wealth distribution and the fact community tourism is leading the way out of this pandemic reinforces this belief,” says Poon Tip.
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