G Adventures has launched its biggest ever campaign globally, offering Australian and New Zealand travellers the chance to win an adventure travel prize valued at over $45,000.
Following the success of last year’s award winning ‘Make Your Next Step Count’ campaign, G Adventures is excited to launch its new ‘Change the World’ campaign which challenges travellers to ‘change the world, by having the time of their lives’ on a G Adventures trip.
To win the amazing travel prize, an eight-day Inca Discovery Tour along with flights for three lucky winners and of their three friends, people must enter on the G Adventures website before November 30.
Adrian Piotto, Managing Director G Adventures Australia and New Zealand, said the adventure travel company wants to encourage travellers to have the time of their lives and experience a World of Good with G Adventures on any of its tours
“Last year we challenged travellers to take their next step and head overseas with G Adventures. The campaign was incredibly successful and three lucky winners won trips to Mexico, Peru and Haiti. This year we are showing travellers how travelling with us is so much more than a holiday, our tours help support the local people and communities they will meet on their journey,” he explained.
G Adventures uses local business and services where it can, from the biggest cities to the most remote of villages so more travel dollars stay where travellers spend them, allowing the communities to grow and strengthen.
Included in the winning trip is a visit to a G Adventures-supported women’s weaving project and lunch at the G Adventures-supported Sacred Valley Community Restaurant in Huchuy Qosco, an indigenous village, before travellers begin hiking the Inca Trail.
Both projects are part of the company’s G for Good initiative which has introduced 35 community development projects into over 175 itineraries around the world, helping benefit indigenous people, empower marginalized women, and grant disadvantaged youth access to education, employment, and brighter futures.