As the world reopens, G Adventures has launched a more flexible booking policy for those willing to travel.
The Book With Confidence program allows travelers to rebook their itineraries up to two weeks before departure. The new policy begins with bookings made on July 1, 2021 and beyond.
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G Adventures is ready to welcome travelers again. The tour operator has been operating limited departures to several destinations since September 2020 and now welcomes Ecuador, Jordan, Portugal, South Africa and Spain on its list of 165 travel departures in July.
Currently, traveling with G is available in these countries as well as Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Egypt, Greece, Iceland, Mexico, Montenegro, Morocco, Tanzania and Turkey.
Travelers will also be able to take advantage of the recently announced departures of the Inca Trail in Peru. The trail will operate at 50% capacity starting August 7, 2021, meaning groups will have no more than eight travelers on each departure.
G Adventures chief executive Ben Perlo hopes the more relaxed booking policy will encourage travelers to secure departures.
“We have seen a welcome increase in bookings and interest in research over the past two weeks, and we expect this to continue as customer confidence returns and pent-up demand for so many vacations returns. expectations come true, ”Perlo said. “We also know our travelers are looking for more active trips and bucket list adventures, so being able to bring the Inca Trail back with more booking flexibility is ideal. Travelers wanting to do this hike will want to get their permits quickly to enjoy the Inca Trail while operating at half standard capacity. “
Perlo also noted that G Adventures believes demand will increase.
“At G Adventures, we’ve been running trips since September 2020, so as soon as travelers are ready to book, we’re ready to take them on a life-changing adventure,” he said. “We expect demand to return very quickly. from now on, so if travelers want to take a trip and know when they want to go, now is the time to lock in those dates while the supply is there. “