G Adventures launches new trips for 2023

G Adventures launches new trips for 2023

G Adventures has been hard at work designing a host of new adventures for the new year, with a focus on stepping off the beaten path, getting active in some of the world’s most breathtaking locations, and rediscovering “that feeling” that only travel can provide.

With so much more of the world accessible since 2020, G Adventures is confident that 2023 is going to be a big year for adventure travel.

From heart-pumping challenges like taking on Morocco’s Mount Toubkal and trekking Iceland’s lesser-hiked southern coastline, to sampling authentic mole in Mexico’s gastronomic heartland and experiencing the mystical mountains of Bhutan, these new adventures span G Adventures’ classic and active travel styles, and range from four to 12 days.

The range of new trips is diverse, but they all share G Adventures’ commitment to local cultural experiences and to ensuring the local communities visited benefit from hosting travellers.

Sean Martin, managing director for G Adventures in APAC, said the new trips offer new ways to see some of G Adventures’ most popular locations as the operator’s program expands in size for the first time since the pandemic.

“Our new Classic trips offer even more immersive, authentic experiences to travellers that give back to local communities, and our new Active trips capitalize on the continued post-pandemic trend to get out in nature,” Martin said.

A selection of new trips for 2023 include:

The Many Sides of Mexico: Puerto Vallarta to Oaxaca – This 15-day Classic style trip takes travellers through interior Mexico, visiting towns and cities rich with culture, and visit G for Good project Alebrijes Artisan Community in Oaxaca – a collective of local artisans that make intricate wood carvings that help support the local economy.

The Moroccan Coast and Marrakech – Starting and ending in Marrakech, this eight-day trip combines the sun drenched beaches of Morocco with the not-to-be-missed excitement of Marrakech. Participate in a tagine-making demonstration, dine in a souk in Agadir, hike to a waterfall and sip tea in a Berber Village with a local family.

Hiking Southern Iceland – This six-day Active style trip will get your heart pounding. Starting and ending in Reykjavik, travellers will hike the scenic Múlagljúfur Canyon, a little known gem that conjures up fairy tales, visit waterfalls and lagoons and even climb a glacier.

India & Nepal Adventure – From bustling Delhi to the wonder of the Taj Mahal, India will captivate you from day one. Visit Jaipur, the pink city, and marvel at its unique architecture. After a week of spice and colour, continue the adventure in Nepal. Warmth and hospitality greet you as you discover why Nepal is on everyone’s bucket list.

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