G Adventures Puts 700 Trips on Sale

G Adventures is kicking off sale season with up to 30% off 700 trips.

person walking in Japan Kyoto Fushimi Inari-Taisha 1000 Torii Gates
Japan Kyoto Fushimi Inari-Taisha 1000 Torii Gates (Photo: G Adventures)

Tour company sale season has begun, and G Adventures just launched its 2022 Cyber Sale with up to 30% off more than 700 of its departures. Discounted trip types include active, wellness, marine, 18-to-thirtysomething, and family trips. 

The sale, which is G Adventures’ biggest of the year, runs through November 30, 2022 for departure dates up to April 30 of next year. There’s also a smaller discount (10%) available for select trips departing between May 1 and June 30, 2023. 

Among the trips included in the sale (prices don’t include airfare to and from the destination):

  • Inca Discovery: An eight-day active style trip that begins in Lima, ends in Cusco, and includes a four-day trek on the Inca Trail. (Regular price is from $1429 USD pp, sale price 30% off)
  • Back Roads of Japan: An 11-day classic style trip that focuses on off-the-beaten-path destinations including the castle of Matsumoto, the city of Hagi, and a community homestay. (Regular price is from $3899 USD pp, sale price 15% off)
  • Antarctica Classic: An 11-day expedition to the South Shetland Islands and the Antarctic Peninsula. Expect whales, penguins, icebergs, and some of the planet’s most stunning landscapes. (Regular price is from $6899 USD pp, sale price 30% off)

TourScoop Takeaway 

With its focus on active destinations and a broader range of guest ages than many tour companies, G Adventures delivers plenty of options even for those who wouldn’t necessarily consider themselves tour travelers. And since this is the company’s biggest sale of the year, this is a good time to jump on discounted prices.

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