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Valparaiso, Chile: Where Street Art Rules

Valparaiso, Chile: Where Street Art Rules

March 10, 2014, No Comments

“Be careful.” When we told local Chileans of our plan to visit Valparaiso along our journey through their country, we received our fair share of warnings to be cautious.  Yet after our visit, we proclaimed the city to be among our favorites in all of South America. Why? Like many port towns the world »

Visual Adventure: Chile

Visual Adventure: Chile

April 14, 2012, 3 Comments

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Top 5 Experiences in Jordan

Top 5 Experiences in Jordan

April 21, 2014, No Comments

Wanderers-in-Residence Daniel Noll and Audrey Scott weigh in with five not-to-be-missed experiences in Jordan. Check out their recommendations! »

Packing Tips for Jordan’s Wadi Rum

April 17, 2014, No Comments

G Adventures, in co-operation with ‘Visit Jordan‘, is proud to announce our “Highlights of Jordan Week” on the Looptail. And we’re marking the occasion by giving away the adventure of a lifetime to this land of mesmerizing beauty—including airfare up to US$1,000. Check out today’s tips by G Adventures Wanderer-in-Residence Nellie Huang and then enter »

Stompin’ the Pow: Snowboarding as a Second Language

Stompin’ the Pow: Snowboarding as a Second Language

February 11, 2014, 1 Comment

From now until the last fireworks light up Sochi’s sky on February 23, G Adventures will offer up the best original and curated content from around the web. Want to follow along? We’ll share our take on Sochi 2014 through through the @gadventures handle, on Facebook—and right here on the Looptail. Check out all »

Santiago: Five Things to do in God’s Office

Santiago: Five Things to do in God’s Office

December 2, 2013, 4 Comments

Chileans are fond of saying, ‘God is everywhere, but his office is in Santiago’. So what to do if you have a day or two to spend in the Big Guy’s office? Check out my recommendations below! »

Visual Adventure: Patagonia

Visual Adventure: Patagonia

September 18, 2013, 1 Comment

For a wide array of landscapes and geography, look no further than Patagonia. There’s lakes, mountain ranges, glaciers, forests, and even volcanos! With a wealth of national parks to explore, your camera’s shutter will be working overtime as you attempt to capture all the postcard-perfect shots that Patagonia has to offer. Here’s a few »

Get to Know: Jodi of Legal Nomads

Get to Know: Jodi of Legal Nomads

August 20, 2013, 16 Comments

I’m a former lawyer currently traveling (and eating!) my way around the world, one country at a time. Who is Jodi? A frequent question, one that transcends borders or language, is “what do you do?” Be it in San Francisco or New York, Saigon or Bangkok, the basic introductory queries always include a version »

Guide Book: Southern Cone

Guide Book: Southern Cone

July 3, 2013, No Comments

If you’re disheartened by the idea of travelling alone, rest assured that that won’t be the case if you’re on a G Adventures trip in South America (or anywhere you travel with us, really) »

48 Hours in…Mexico City

48 Hours in…Mexico City

May 20, 2013, 8 Comments

Mexico City, is in a word, immense. At an elevation of 2,240 meters, covering over 1,400 square kilometers, and boasting a population of 21 million, the numbers alone are enough to intimidate new arrivals. Underestimating all the interesting things to see and do, I had given myself just two days to explore the city »