G Adventures launches new Family Journeys with National Geographic

Cristal Dyer 7 March 2019 NEWS

12 new tours are on the way for adventure-loving families.

Sometimes it seems easier to just stay at home than to organise a holiday for a house full of people, all with a different idea of what makes a fun holiday. Family-friendly activities have been shown to be a huge priority for travellers recently and G Adventures is picking up on this trend.

The adventure tour company is further strengthening its partnership with National Geographic Expeditions with its new National Geographic Family Journeys with G Adventures.

Since adding on its collection of tours dedicated to wellness, G Adventures now has a program that features unique experiences for children aged 7+ travelling along with their parents and grandparents.

The new itineraries have been developed from scratch with a goal to inspire any member of the family to uncover each destination's unique features, from history and culture to wildlife and conservation, exploration, and photography and storytelling.

Adrian Piotto managing director of G Adventures in Australia and New Zealand says, "This new program of trips is perfect for adventure-loving families looking to discover the world together. All our groups are made up of an international mix of travellers, giving families the opportunity to connect not just with each other, but with their fellow travellers and the local people they meet along the way."

The 12 new trips will go on sale from 7 May 2019 for departures throughout 2020. Head over to G Adventures for more details and to book.


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