Nature research in Costa Rica and exploring the Sahara are among the exciting family-friendly experiences from the new National Geographic Family Journeys with G Adventures range.
What could be better than a bucket-list adventure shared with your family?
To capitalise on the adventure travel trend, and the growing number of families seeking a less traditional holiday, adventure operator G Adventures has recently expanded its partnership with National Geographic to introduce a new range of family-friendly escorted tours.
National Geographic Family Journeys with G Adventures comprises 12 trips across five continents, with activities designed around four National Geographic themes: photography and storytelling; history and culture; wildlife and conservation; and exploration.
“All the activities were painstakingly designed to make sure they would appeal to not only seven-year-olds but 47-year-olds too,” says Amanda Dunning, brand partnership manager at G Adventures.
“We chose a lot of food-themed activities because that’s something that everyone can enjoy. In Vietnam, on our South-East Asia Family Journey: Vietnam to Cambodia trip, families will visit a tailor and have a shirt made. It’s a quintessential experience where everyone can get together, pick out the fabrics and get measured,” she says.