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G Adventures releases new private ‘bubble’ collection

In a time when the need for human connection is heightened and the value of time with loved ones is highlighted, what better way to travel than with a group of your nearest and dearest?

A recent survey conducted by G Adventures revealed that 35 per cent of travellers intend to take their next trip with friends and/or family members.

In response to this growing trend, the wholesaler has released a list of 80 group tours that your clients can book with their own chosen tour members.

The new ‘Book Your Bubble Collection’ aims to give your clients a space to reconnect with their loved ones and their love of travel at the same time and feel safe and comfortable in the company of the people joining them in their ‘private bubble’ during their adventure.

The collection also features more flexible booking conditions and incentives such as discounted tours for trip organisers, which can also be shared between the group of travellers.

“We want to ensure travelling is made as attractive as possible following this pandemic,” Bruce Poon Tip, founder of G Adventures, said.

“G Adventures is a company built on changing lives through travel, and there are local people who need our support, so we’re doing all we can to encourage travellers to get back out there and start making a difference again as soon as it is safe to do so.”

To support the launch of the Book Your Bubble Collection, G Adventures is running three 15- to 20-minute Zoom educational sessions for agents, where they can learn all about the Book Your Bubble Collection, plus incentives and benefits of being involved.

Details on each of the webinars can be found below:

Your clients can also book with private travel outside the 80 trips in the Book Your Bubble Collection via G Adventures’ ‘off-the-rack’ options or by customising a trip using the TailorMade service.

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