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Visual Adventure: Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Visual Adventure: Angkor Wat, Cambodia

December 26, 2012, 4 Comments

The temples of Angkor might be the most photogenic place on Earth. The entire Angkor complex is one of the largest pre-industrial cities in the world covering over 1,000km. Built by the Khmer Empire during 9th to 15th Centuries, there are over 1,000 temples scattered over the site. The main temple of Angkor Wat »

The Two Faces of Cambodia – How Will it Affect You?

The Two Faces of Cambodia – How Will it Affect You?

August 27, 2012, 10 Comments

Cambodia will tear up your heart at the same rate it will make you fall in love with it, a place so beautiful and a nation of people so warm and approachable that it’s hard to take in the atrocities that once occurred there, the effects of which still linger to this day. I »

Read all about it: Travel reading lists from Kobo and G Adventures

Read all about it: Travel reading lists from Kobo and G Adventures

July 16, 2014, No Comments

Travelling is a lot like reading, and at G Adventures, we’re big fans of both! We’ve partnered up with the fine folks at Kobo to bring you a new destination-based reading list each month. Head on over to our page and see what’s up »

5 Things to See and Do in Laos

5 Things to See and Do in Laos

April 23, 2014, 1 Comment

Wanderer-in-Residence Gary Arndt lists his top 5 experiences to see and do in Laos »

Pics of the Week: Structures

Pics of the Week: Structures

April 4, 2014, No Comments

This week, we’re shining the spotlight on “Structures.” Whether man-made (like the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, Eilean Donan Castle in Scotland, Guatemala’s Tikal ruins or Angkor Wat in Cambodia) or natural (such as the Cappadocia’s Fairy Chimneys), you can’t deny that without them, our planet would be a lot less beautiful »

Pics of the Week: Hot & Cold

Pics of the Week: Hot & Cold

March 14, 2014, No Comments

This week served up a little bit of everything—something cold (Antarctica), something warm (Ghana), and something downright hot (the spice market in Aswan) »

2014 Photography Tour in South Africa

2014 Photography Tour in South Africa

January 13, 2014, 1 Comment

G Adventures invites you to improve your photography skills in one of the world’s most inspiring settings with the guidance of Wander-in-Residence Gary Arndt. Learn tips and techniques while capturing the diversity of South Africa through your viewfinder. In co-operation with Gary Arndt — the world’s most read travel blogger — G Adventures is »

History Lesson: Angkor Wat

History Lesson: Angkor Wat

December 3, 2013, 1 Comment

You can’t learn much about a city, a mountain, or a historic site from an itinerary (although we certainly do our best). The true wonders of this world of ours don’t always squeeze easily into a few lines of text in a brochure. Today, we’re going on a fact-finding mission to Cambodia to meet »

Meet Lee-Ann Gibbs—G Project Finalist

Meet Lee-Ann Gibbs—G Project Finalist

September 12, 2013, No Comments

Lee-Ann Gibbs is an adventure seeker, world traveler, aspiring humanitarian, proud Canadian, friend, sister, auntie and daughter; all wrapped up in a corporate lawyer package »

Exploring Mexican Cuisine, One Taco at a Time

Exploring Mexican Cuisine, One Taco at a Time

September 11, 2013, 3 Comments

Traveling to Mexico is as much about sampling the local flavors, as it is about climbing ruins and hanging out at the beach. Growing up in the United States, Mexican food was one of the few international cuisines I remember experiencing as a kid. Tacos, quesadillas, nachos, burritos. American culture may have put their »