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  • Puno & Lake Titicaca Independent Adventure

    Lake Titicaca is not only the largest lake in South America, it’s also overflowing with culture and history. Sitting at 3838m above sea level, this is the highest navigable lake in the world. Spend a full day on the lake and meet its most famous residents—the Uros people, who live on floating, man-made islands made of reeds collected from the lake. Enjoy the breathtaking views from the lunch spot at the top of Taquile Island before browsing through the handwoven textiles at a local weaving cooperative.

    $ 184
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  • Lake Titicaca Homestay Independent Adventure

    Get ready to see what local life is like outside of Peru’s well-known cities. Relax on the pristine waters of Lake Titicaca and immerse yourself in rural Indigenous culture. Explore the village, get to know your hosts, and peek through a window into a culture that is unique and fascinating.

    $ 211
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  • ANZAC Day Memorial Tour

    With symbolic links to the dawn landing at Gallipoli, stand in the morning breeze and pay respect to the fallen on ANZAC Day at a dawn vigil. This special three-day trip includes a private bus along the Dardanelles, from Istanbul to the memorial site commemorating the common sacrifice for all of the nations involved. This moving tour will also include visits to other important sites such as Lone Pine, Chunuk Bair, and the war cemeteries, making this visit to Turkey a unique and beautiful experience.

    $ 224
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  • Halong Bay Independent Adventure

    A city of Parisian charm and grace with an Asian edge, Hanoi is an enthralling blend of east and west and a rising star in Southeast Asia. Check out the local cuisine on a street food tour and visit the Hanoi Food Culture restaurant, a G Values Fund Project. Next, visit stunning Halong Bay and overnight on a junk boat (a traditional Asian vessel) while cruising among the bay’s 3,000 islands that rise dramatically from the emerald waters. Get a closer look by cruising the waters in a kayak or dive right in for a refreshing swim.

    $ 344
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  • Ancient Angkor Wat Independent Adventure

    A perfect add-on to any Southeast Asia trip, explore the Angkor Temple complex with an expert local guide. Built over a period of 400 years by a number of different rulers and covering an area of more than 400 sq km, the temple complex of Angkor was only rediscovered 150 years ago. This magnificent site holds incredible structures and sculptures from the Khmer Empire and is one of the most important archaeological sites in Southeast Asia. With its beautiful gardens, stone carvings, and endless photo opportunities, a visit to this magical and mysterious UNESCO World Heritage Site will remain with you forever.

    $ 423
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  • Bangkok to Chiang Mai Express

    If you’re short on time but want to see the sights north of Bangkok (and really, who doesn’t?), this is the express trip for you. Take seven days, pack them full of wonderment and reflection in Northern Thailand — Kanchanaburi, Ayutthaya, and Chiang Mai, and plenty of temples, palaces, and small villages to explore — and you’ve got a recipe for one of the most memorable weeks you’ll ever have. Toss in the ease of travel by trains and buses and there’s no way you’ll feel like you’re missing out on anything in this dynamic region.

    $ 529
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  • Tortuguero National Park Tour – 4-Day Independent Adventure

    Short on time but need more of Costa Rica? Tortuguero National Park, a remote coastal town only accessible by boat or small plane, is the place for you. Travel from San José through banana plantations to the Caribbean Coast where you’ll catch a boat to Tortuguero. Spend three days exploring the canals, beaches, and jungles of this pristine nature reserve in search of turtles, birds, caiman, and, if you are lucky, the famous “Jesus Lizard.”

    $ 529
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  • Iguassu Falls Independent Adventure – Upgraded

    Experience the stunning beauty and raw power of one of the greatest natural wonders on Earth: Iguassu Falls. Wider than Victoria Falls and taller than Niagara, Iguassu Falls are set in the tropical jungles of the three-way border between Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. Spend two days exploring, travelling to both the Argentine and Brazilian sides on this complete experience of the falls—Iguassu is one of those places that needs to be seen to be believed.

    $ 529
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  • Iguassu Falls Independent Adventure

    Experience the stunning beauty and raw power of one of the greatest natural wonders on Earth: Iguassu Falls. Wider than Victoria Falls and taller than Niagara, Iguassu Falls is set in the tropical jungles near the three-way border between Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay. On this complete falls experience, you’ll spend two days exploring both the Argentine and Brazilian sides. Iguassu is one of those places that needs to be seen to be believed.

    $ 529
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  • Machu Picchu by Train Independent Adventure

    They say the journey is part of the experience of seeing Machu Picchu in person — but no one said that journey can’t be aboard a comfy train. This three-day tour connects you to this famous Lost City of the Incas and the Sacred Valley, with a little time to visit some of our G for Good projects.

    $ 556
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  • Cuba Libre

    Wander among pincushion hills and colourful orchids on this tour through the “Garden Province” of Cuba. Find out what gives Cuban cigars their world-renowned reputation at a tobacco farm. Experience nature unfold in the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of Las Terrazas. Soak up local culture in a homestay for an immersive experience that travellers rarely get to know. Let our knowledgeable CEO lead you off the beaten path and discover the cultural treasures of Cuba.

    $ 597
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  • Ecuador Quest

    Strange how a country that’s literally at the centre of the Earth can be overlooked, isn’t it? Stranger still considering how amazing Ecuador is. This eight-day trip shows off its best, rolling natural wonders (the Amazon!), stunning landscapes (the Ecuadorian highlands!), rich culture (Quito!), and active pursuits like hiking, horseback riding, and mountain-biking everywhere you look. Good on its own, this trip also makes an ideal add-on to any Galápagos trip. Trust us. It’s worth the time.

    $ 597
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  • Machu Picchu by Train Independent Adventure – Upgraded

    This comfortable and compact adventure serves up Machu Picchu, one of the world’s true treasures, in style. Embrace cultures past and present in the hills surrounding Cusco and delight in the amazing views of the Sacred Valley as you travel by rail to Machu Picchu. You’ll ride the rails through the spectacular Urubamba Valley to Machu Picchu, perched on a mountain ridge. Then, let your local guide explain the site. You’re free to explore this Incan masterpiece before catching your train back to Cusco.

    $ 609
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  • Naples Pizza Adventure

    For most people, pizza is something that gets delivered to them. Real pizza obsessives deliver themselves to Naples, the birthplace of pizza. This five-day adventure introduces you to the foodie haven of Naples. You’ll have the chance to search out all sorts of delicious delights, dig right into the dough, and learn how to make pizza, Italian-style. And when you’re not eating, you’ll be learning about the history of the area on a visit to the nearby ruins of Pompeii and how the famous Italian limoncello digestif is made. Now sing along: “When the moon hits your eye…”

    $ 620
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  • Costa Rica: Monteverde and La Fortuna

    Cloud forests, coffee plantations, and canyoneering — Costa Rica’s best sights aren’t just a lesson in alliteration but an opportunity to get up close and intimate with this land of natural wonders. You’ll do just that on this seven-day tour with a visit to a sustainable farm, free time to explore the incredible cloud forest of Monteverde, and endless thrilling activities up for offer in the adrenaline capital of La Fortuna. With options for canyoneering, whitewater rafting, and waterfall jumping here, you can choose your own adventure.

    $ 675
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  • Best of Sumatra

    Fabled for its rainforests and wildlife, Sumatra remains a destination most travellers resign to their “someday” list. Someday is now. One of the largest islands in the world, this lush Indonesian gem is ideal for adventurers looking for something beyond the ordinary. Beginning in Medan, this eight day trip will introduce you to the impressive super-volcano at Lake Toba, coffee plantations, village life in Berastagi (famed for its delicious passionfruit), and much more.

    $ 689
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