Small Group Adventure

    While anything is possible, here are some itineraries to whet your appetite. Just click on the links to see the details

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    There are many ways and styles of travelling to experience the world, each with their own pros and cons. While individuals have different priorities and ideas on how best to explore a new destination, small group adventures are an incredible way to travel and offer fantastic advantages for travellers of all ages, personalities, and travel styles. Small groups are small enough to feel like you’re exploring a destination independently, but big enough to create a good social vib

    You will see a focus on G Adventures - they are a Canadian company, rated as the best small-group tour company in the world. I focus on the style National Geographic Journeys as the accommodations are upgraded and they have more inclusions than their classic brand. I, personally, have travelled with G Adventures and love them. For far less money than I've spent on private tours, G Adventures has provided a more immersive experience with better guides. At G Adventures, your tour doesn't shut down at 4 p.m. The CEO (Chief Experience Officer) is a huge benefit. You will be well taken care of. Tour size: Maximum 18, average 12. It's a really great way to meet people from all around the world who share the same interest in Travel. Everyone I've met on our tours with G, only travel with G Adventures. That says it all!

    I've put together a blog on the advantages of Small Group travel. Have a read!

    12 Reasons Why You'll Fall In Love With Small Group Travel

    And here's one on myths:

    Myths Debunked about Small Group Travel

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