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Imagine a new way to experience the world

G Adventures and National Geographic believe that travel can and should be a force for good in the world. National Geographic Journeys with G Adventures was born from the shared values of our organizations: they combine National Geographic’s more than 125 years of global exploration, science, and storytelling, with the fun, responsible, and culturally immersive travel experiences for which G Adventures is a global leader. When you travel on a National Geographic Journeys tour, you not only support community projects and initiatives to improve local livelihoods – but you also support National Geographic’s researchers and explorers all over the world.

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These aren’t just trips; National Geographic Journeys are designed to foster human connections through immersive experiences. You’ll enjoy access to people and projects supported by National Geographic or G Adventures. And with upgraded accommodation, private transport and more inclusions than other G Adventures tours.

Adventure, Enhanced

National Geographic Journeys with G Adventures is a collection of unique tours designed to take you deeper into the cultures and habitats of the places we explore. They offer more inclusions, greater hands-on exploration, interactions with local experts, and the freedom to roam, all within the structure and security of travelling in a small group.

Feel the Freedom

We include plenty of free time for you to do anything you wish on your adventure. Before departing, you’ll receive articles and tips from National Geographic to help you make the most out of your travels.

Learn All You Can

Each tour includes opportunities to learn about our world through unique interactive experiences with local experts like historians, marine biologists, photographers, Buddhist monks, chefs, and others.

Introducing National Geographic Family Journeys with G Adventures

National Geographic Family Journeys with G Adventures is a new line of trips for adventure-loving families in search of a meaningful way to discover the world together. These itineraries are specially designed so travellers ages seven and up can explore a destination’s rich and diverse characteristics. Each itinerary features unique, interactive activities inspired by National Geographic’s expertise in photography and storytelling, wildlife, culture, history, and geography to encourage kids and adults alike to connect with the world around them. Families will enjoy enlightening experiences, the freedom to explore, quality time together—and they’ll return home with a renewed sense of wonder.

Change the World

Travel with National Geographic Journeys and you help fund G Adventures’ community development initiatives worldwide, in addition to supporting the National Geographic Society’s non-profit work in conservation,
Read about G Adventure’s founder Bruce Poon Tip.

Read more about the G Adventures charitable Foundation, Planeterra.

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