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Unleashed from the East: Asia as figure skating superpower

Unleashed from the East: Asia as figure skating superpower

February 20, 2014, No Comments

There’s a revolution afoot in figure skating, but it’s got nothing to do with axels and salchows. Today, the world’s top female skaters compete for the podium in one of Sochi’s most hotly anticipated and tightly contested events, and there’s an outside shot that, for the first time ever, all three places could be »

Sri Lanka: Asia’s Hidden Jewel

Sri Lanka: Asia’s Hidden Jewel

June 19, 2013, 4 Comments

You could traverse the globe for years and still never explore all of it – which is why it’s so cool to go off the beaten path once in a while and check out the sights less seen. Take Sri Lanka, for example »

Guide Book: South East Asia

Guide Book: South East Asia

April 12, 2013, 4 Comments

In this edition of Guide Book, CEO Apple explains the appeal of breaking out of your comfort zone in South East Asia. Watch the video now! »

Top Adventurous Activities in Asia

Top Adventurous Activities in Asia

December 30, 2012, 7 Comments

We’re heading to the Far East, a region that’s special to my heart since it traces to my roots. Gear up and dive in with me: here are some of my favorite adventures from Asia »

Vietnam – A Great First Step on the Southeast Asia Trail

Vietnam – A Great First Step on the Southeast Asia Trail

September 24, 2012, 4 Comments

Typically, many choose Thailand with its bustling capital city of Bangkok and sun drenched beach islands as their first step in acclimatising to the beauty that is South East Asia. For me, I chose Vietnam; rich in complex history and still developing. It seemed more fascinating and full of buzz than the tranquillity of »

Video of the Week: 4 Minutes In Asia

Video of the Week: 4 Minutes In Asia

September 10, 2012, No Comments

4 Minutes In Asia is a short video narrative of four stunningly beautiful countries: Thailand, Laos, Vietnam & Cambodia. All footage shot on a hand held, second hand camera. Don’t forget to turn the sound on! »

Travellers Journal: Making Friends at a Mongolian Ger Camp

Travellers Journal: Making Friends at a Mongolian Ger Camp

September 29, 2014, No Comments

Ever wondered what it would be like to spend a night in a traditional Mongolian ger? We asked a recent traveller to Inner Mongolia to share her experiences, which included dancing, music, and rice wine. Sounds like a good time to us! »

Smarter tourism. A better world.

Smarter tourism. A better world.

September 24, 2014, 3 Comments

Of all the days to observe throughout the year, one of them we at G Adventures pay very close attention to is United Nations World Tourism Day. We take a moment to discuss the nature of the day and how it inspires us to keep on connecting to our purpose »

Time-lapse Tuesday: Angkor Wat

Time-lapse Tuesday: Angkor Wat

September 23, 2014, No Comments

This week on time-lapse Tuesday, we head to Angkor Wat, one of the most inspired and spectacular monuments ever conceived by the human mind. Its five towers represents the five peaks of Mount Meru, the home of Vishnu, and to whom the temple is dedicated. #timelapseTuesday »

Pics of the Week: Argentina

Pics of the Week: Argentina

September 19, 2014, No Comments

Nestled at the bottom of South America, Argentina opens itself to travellers through Buenos Aires's big-city nights, Patagonia's majestic glaciers, the dry heat of its ranches, and the awesome force of Iguassu Falls. It's also the last stop before Antarctica, a stepping stone to the great white continent. Come along with us as we »