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G Adventures Introduces: 18-to-Thirtysomethings

October 17, 2017 Tour Operator No Comments Email Email

It’s out with the old and in with the new, as G Adventures announces their ‘YOLO’ style of tours will be rebranded 18-to-Thirtysomethings.

The name change is a move towards a more functional title to make it clear to travellers the tour style is designed for those aged between 18 and 39 years of age, as well as to align with a growing segment within the business. Since its conception in 2012, the trip style has seen an increased global passenger growth of 85%.

“With the growing demand for this style of tour, we wanted to move towards a name that was functional, simple and straightforward,” says Bruce Poon Tip, owner and founder of G Adventures.

“As well as that, the term ‘YOLO’ was also starting to feel dated, so we felt now was the right time for a refresh.”

As with YOLO, all of the 185 tours in the 18-to-Thirtysomethings range are affordable, starting from as little as AUD $88.00 per day. These fun-filled, fast-paced tours are designed for younger travellers aged 18-39 looking to travel with people in a similar age demographic. The tours offer locally-owned accommodation, amazing cultural experiences and of course the well-known G Adventures CEOs (Chief Experience Officers) who provide an award-winning service.

To coincide with the rebrand, the company has also announced the launch of eight new 18-to-Thirtysomethings tours for 2018.

The new tours for 2018 include:

  • Japan on a Shoestring – Tokyo to Kyoto (six days, from AUD $1649) – Get a taste of both old and new Japan with an itinerary of the country’s most iconic cities. Experience everything from the bustling energy of Tokyo’s city centre to the rolling countryside of Takayama. And don’t forget Kyoto, a city of peaceful gardens and stunning temples.
  • Japan on a Shoestring – Kyoto to Osaka (six days, from AUD $1649) – Immerse yourself in the serenely traditional culture of Kyoto before learning about Hiroshima’s fascinating, and fraught, history. Wrap up your adventure in Osaka, where both delicious cuisine and stellar nightlife are bountiful.
  • Indonesia Adventure – Java & Bali (21 days, from AUD $2599) – this tour takes you from the frenetic city centre of Jakarta to the undeniably leisurely vibes of Ubud on the famously lush island of Bali. With plenty of free time between various must-sees, you’ll get to soak up culture and excitement with a group of like-minded travellers.
  • Indonesia Adventure – Sumatra, Java & Bali (34 days, from AUD $4299) – Hike and explore Berastagi, Tangkahan, Bukit Lawang, and more, along with time to recharge and relax on the calming beaches of Bali. Discover new flavours on street food crawls, and take in epic vistas when you trek around Mount Bromo.
  • Bangkok to Bali Adventure (34 days, from AUD $5149) – Take in a uniquely scenic side of Southeast Asia with this tour that brings you through the best of Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the neighbouring city-state of Singapore. Explore the chaos of Bangkok and Jakarta, relax on picturesque beaches, and set foot in the lush terrain of this stunning part of the world.
  • Thailand Full Moon Party – (eight days, from AUD $999) An all-out, all-night dance party that takes place each month on this picturesque beach in Thailand.
  • Thailand on a Shoestring and Full Moon Party (15 days, from AUD $1655) –  This tour combines Thailand’s cultural highlights with one of the world’s most famous celebrations – the Full Moon Party in Koh Phangan. Keep the energy up in Bangkok before relaxing in serene Chiang Mai. See a different side of Thailand on a Northern Hilltribes trek, or marvel at the unique lowland jungle of Khao Sok.
  • Bali on a Shoestring – (nine days, from AUD $949) – explore rice paddies, bar hop along the beach, and immerse yourself in local culture at a traditional guesthouse. The magical reputation of Bali doesn’t have to be held up by incredible water temples or surfing opportunities alone – this chill paradise also has plenty of inland and cultural highlights that will draw travellers in.

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