How tourism is helping women reclaim their rights in Nepal
by Nancy Hromin
Travel Weekly recently embarked on a life-changing tour with G Adventures founder Bruce Poon Tip. Read about one of the highlights here.
“Female empowerment is big for us”: G Adventures’ Bruce Poon Tip
by Nancy Hromin
The G Adventures founder kindly sat down with Travel Weekly to talk about the company’s latest social enterprise goals in India and Nepal.
SA Tourism teams up with G Adventures to send influencers on trip dictated by Instagram polls
Personally, we only follow famous dogs and dingy pizza shops on Instagram, but for these stunning photos, we might make an exception.
“Our purpose is ever more clear”: G Adventures’ Bruce Poon Tip reflects on Christchurch massacre
Messages of support have been flowing in from around the world in the wake of the Christchurch shooting. Read the heartfelt letter from G Adventures founder Bruce Poon Tip here.
What?! Secure your spot at Travel DAZE for just $250!
The mouths of Travel weekly staff were as wide-open as that of the man in the accompanying photo after being informed of this whopping discount.
G Adventures launches personalised trips in response to agent feedback
You asked, they provided. Now, if only we could convince our boss to provide us with a four-day working week and an unlimited supply of Tim Tams.
G Adventures and Nat Geo announce family travel offering
by Christian Fleetwood
Sick of bearing the brunt of frostbite and cabin fever on your lonesome? Never fret. You can bring your kids along for G Adventures’ and Nat Geo’s new offering.
Wildcard your way to G Adventures’ Change Makers Summit
Worried you missed out on G Adventures biggest incentive yet? Fear not, there’s a new way to land yourself a spot on the coveted trip.
G Adventures acquires UK based youth travel company
G Adventures acquires TruTravels, Travel Weekly acquires lost hat on the street. It’s win-win, we say.
G Adventure’s Bruce Poon Tip named most admired CEO
Bruce Poon Tip has been awarded the accolades he deserves. Meanwhile, we’re still waiting for someone to notice our bin emptying efforts.
G Adventures becomes first officially ChildSafe travel company
To celebrate, they’ve released a handy set of guidelines to ensure travellers are interacting responsibly with children. Some of the tips will shock even the most well-meaning travellers.
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