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G Adventures
Amazing itineraries for solo travellers

Solo travellers make up 33% of G Adventures’ travellers and the company expects that this figure will continue to grow. In fact, females comprise 68% of solo travellers from Canada. 

Top six tours among solo travellers from Canada:

1. ‘Costa Rica Quest’

This tour of Costa Rica’s highlights, which lasts nine days, starts and finishes in San José. This action-packed trip gives participants the chance to soak in the thermal hot springs of Arenal Volcano, follow a trail to the base of a waterfall, watch the sunset over the Pacific, your clients can learn about coffee production and support a local community. Travellers will get to find se-cluded spots that only the locals know about.


‘Costa Rica Quest’

2. ‘Highlights of Morocco’

Clients who embark upon this comprehensive adventure will wander through Kasbahs and spice markets, climb onto a camel and explore the edge of the Sahara before taking in the views from the heights of the Atlas Mountains. They will also have the opportunity to camp under the stars amongst some of the biggest sand dunes in the world.

3. ‘Best of Iceland’

For seven days, adventures start and end in Reykjavik with a fast, yet full, visit of Iceland. This tour is full of hidden gems with plenty of free time to experience all of the sites like erupting geysers, glacier lagoons, waterfalls and black sand beaches. A highlight of the trip is the largest ice cap in Europe.  


‘Best of Iceland’

4. ‘Essential Vietnam and Cambodia’

This trip travels from Hanoi to Bangkok over the course of 17 days. It is a wide-ranging adventure that showcases the region’s natural wonders and interesting culture, and is a combination of guided excursions and free time to explore beaches, ruins, urban centres and beautiful landscapes. Clients will have the opportunity to cruise the Mekong for a day and overnight on a traditional sailing junk boat in Halong Bay.

They will also have the chance to experience Cambodia’s past at Angkor Wat where they can walk the infamous Killing Fields.

5. ‘Everest Base Camp Trek’

For 15 days, starting and ending in Kathmandu, participants will trek to Everest Base Camp with the help of an English-speaking guide, assistants and porters. Clients will experience Sherpa villages and meet locals during teahouse stays. This trip is for active adventurers who aren’t afraid to break into a sweat.


'Everest Base Camp Trek ’

6. ‘The Inca Trail’

This is one of G Adventures’ most popular trips in the region for travellers who are looking to combine the cultural highlights of the Sacred Valley with the challenge of one of the world’s best known hikes. The four-day Inca Trail trek enables hikers to take in all of the region’s ruins, mountains and cloud forests. Since G Adventures runs its own treks, it can ensure fair treatment of the porters and the quality of the food and equipment.

G Adventures does not charge a single supplement as solo travellers share a room with another traveller of the same sex. If clients wish to have their own room, then they can request and pay for a private room.

For more information visit gadventures.com

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