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Guide Book: Egypt

Guide Book: Egypt

June 7, 2013, 5 Comments

There are few locations on Earth more steeped in ancient history than Egypt—but what if it’s a more modern flavour that you’re looking for? Well, the land of the pyramids has that too. As CEO Mayer explains, it’s the everyday life that needs to be experienced in Egypt—from the coffee shops to meeting villagers »

Visual Adventure: Egypt

Visual Adventure: Egypt

June 4, 2013, 4 Comments

Between the bustle of downtown Cairo on market day to the staggeringly ginormous pyramids of Luxor that seem to scratch heavens themselves, it’s pretty hard to take a bad picture in Egypt. And if you think it’s just mile upon mile of sand and dusty old ruins, think again; you’ll find just about every »

An Egypt and Jordan Adventure [VIDEO]

An Egypt and Jordan Adventure [VIDEO]

January 27, 2013, 1 Comment

“We had a great trip. At times it was more of an adventure than what we expected, which made it also more memorable than we had thought it would be. More than anything it was our great group dynamic that made the trip exceptional, guide included. The warm group made up for some cold »

Visual Adventure: Egypt

Visual Adventure: Egypt

November 29, 2012, No Comments

I visited Egypt in January and February of 2009. I spent a month exploring the region up and down the Nile from Alexandria to Aswan. I also visited the Red Sea port of Hurghada and the world’s oldest monastery in the Sinai Peninsula. With over 6,000 years of history, there is a great deal »

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) »

International Women’s Day: Working Harder for Gender Equality

International Women’s Day: Working Harder for Gender Equality

March 6, 2014, 1 Comment

Today we join the people of the world in celebration of the progress made for women’s rights, empowerment, and equality. As we celebrate the 106th annual International Women’s Day this Saturday, March 8th, we recommit ourselves to working harder for gender equality, together as women, men, youth, and leaders of nations, communities, religion, and »

Pics of the Week

Pics of the Week

January 24, 2014, 1 Comment

Zip around the world through our “Pics of the Day” weekly round up. Stand high above the city in Rio, float in space taking in the great white continent of Antarctica, and come down to Earth for a reminder that baby animals are always going to be cute »

2014 Photography Tour in South Africa

2014 Photography Tour in South Africa

January 13, 2014, No Comments

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 »

G Adventures Weekly Photo Contest: Architecture

G Adventures Weekly Photo Contest: Architecture

August 29, 2013, 1 Comment

This past week’s theme in our Weekly Facebook Photo Contest was ARCHITECTURE. We wanted to see your best shots of some of the world’s most well known structures and hidden gems. Hundreds submitted some amazing shots and below are some of our favorites. Plus at the very end we have this week’s winner who wins a »

Get to Know: Gary of Everything Everywhere

Get to Know: Gary of Everything Everywhere

August 21, 2013, 2 Comments

I can name every country on Earth in 10 minutes. Go ahead, try me.   Who is Gary? My name is Gary Arndt and I have been traveling around the world since March 2007 when I sold my home and put my possessions in storage. I am the guy behind the award winning travel »