National Geographic has extended its “Journeys” partnership with G Adventures, adding eight new trips for 2020 – including the collection’s first to Ireland, Singapore and Greece.
The small-group tours, which focus on the history, culture and heritage of various destinations, are available to agents to book now, with the new additions leading in from £1,599pp.
Trips range from eight to 22 days and visit multiple countries across three continents, including Brazil and south-east Asia, each led by a specially trained chief experience officer.
They offer a combination of hands-on local experiences and optional activities. Highlights of the new trips include learning about Irish folklore at a storytelling dinner in Dublin; a street food tour of Singapore; and a journey around Athens’ ancient sites with an archaeologist guide.
The new range extends the partnership into its fifth year. It now comprises 91 National Geographic Journeys in 54 countries, which can be combined to explore a larger region.
“The new trips are a direct response to the feedback travellers have been giving us about the places they most want to explore next,” said Brian Young, G Adventures managing director EMEA.
“From Ireland to Mexico, Greece to Bangkok, the new Journeys will bring people to some of the most in-demand travel destinations on earth in a way that is more authentic, immersive and sustainable than the typical vacation.
“It’s an adventure for the person who wants to learn more, do more, and share more of themselves with the world.”
The new itineraries are:
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G Adventures is the world's largest small-group adventure travel company, offering more than 700 tours in 100 different countries, and service levels to meet all tastes, ages and budgets.