Wholesalers

G Adventures launches a banging cyber sale

G Adventures just launched its longest cyber sale to date!

Spanning over a whopping 21 days, the sale includes $1 upfront deposits and discounts of up to 21 per cent on more than 450 tour options.

From now until 11.59pm AEST on 30 November 2020, the discounts are available on a selection of departures from 1 Jan 2021 until 30 June 2022.

The wholesaler is also taking 21 per cent off the ‘my own room’ option, seeing as though travellers are more likely to want their own space when they’re able to travel again.

Plus, all G Adventures trips now feature health and safety measures as part of the new Travel with Confidence policy, and a number of trips featured in the sale are part of the Travel with Confidence Plus collection, which offers further physical distancing measures.

Dan Coleman, national sales manager at G Adventures, said there’s never been a better time for travellers to look ahead as they start to ‘retravel’ and to book a trip to look forward to.

“This is our most attractive cyber sale to date and these great deals, coupled with $1 deposits and extended departure dates, make it the most cost-effective time to book,” he said.

“With our new, flexible Book with Confidence policy, which lets travellers cancel and rebook their tour with no added costs, and enhanced travel with confidence health and safety measures, travellers can feel confident about booking a trip to get away themselves, or to spend time reconnecting with friends and family.

“G Adventures’ is the pioneer of community tourism, which means local people and businesses also benefit – it’s the way we’ve been travelling for 30 years. So, not only will people save up to 21 per cent on their 2021 and 2022 adventures, they can also help to change the world just by having the time of their life.”


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