G Adventures has announced the launch of eight new trips for 2018. The destinations will be in both Africa and Asia and include some less known spots as well as popular ones.
The “Best of Borneo” trip will be a 12-day trip that makes stops at places such as the Mulu National Park. “Discover Mongolia” is a 14-day trip that follows in the path of a Lama Buddhist monk. The “The Great Southern Africa Safari” will be longer at 21 days and makes stops at Cape Town and Victoria Falls.
Nancy Schumacher, the head of travel and tour operations at National Geographic spoke out about the launch.
“These tours combine traveling for fun with traveling for good, and they have a strong appeal as travelers become increasingly conscious about the impact of their vacation decisions. We’ve collaborated closely with G Adventures to design enhanced hands-on experiences and capture National Geographic’s long history of exploration and discovery. When travelers go on our trips, they help support the work of our explorers and scientists, as a portion of our proceeds goes directly to the nonprofit National Geographic Society.”