Wanderers »

We are a company of passionate travellers, running trips that get people off the beaten path through authentic travel. The people chosen as our Wanderers in Residence truly represent the spirit of travel and are inspirations for us all—putting aside everything to get out and see the world, selling belongings, quitting jobs, and saving. Then saving some more. All told, they’ve been on the road for a combined 15+ years. Our Wanderers include:

Gary Arndt (everything-everywhere.com), Daniel Noll & Audrey Scott (uncorneredmarket.com), Jodi Ettenberg (legalnomads.com) and Nellie Huang (wildjunket.com).

These industry-leading bloggers join us on various adventures throughout the year, speak at travel events on behalf of G Adventures and starting in 2012 will work closely with our non-profit Planeterra. We want to build a better world through travel, get people out to explore and this program allows the world’s best travel bloggers expand their horizons as we gain insights from these incredible travellers to make our trips even better.
This is just the beginning of the story. Over time, we hope to continue this dynamic program with other passionate bloggers, explorers, travellers—changing the world for the better through travel.



Where do Locals eat in Madrid on Sundays?

Where do Locals eat in Madrid on Sundays?

Jodi Ettenberg January 15, 2013 0

Part of the great fun in having a travel blog is that my readers are as enthused about food as I am. It was great to get an email from one of them when

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Visual Adventure: Thailand

Visual Adventure: Thailand

Gary Arndt January 9, 2013 3

Thailand is one of the most visited countries in the world as well as being one of the most friendly places on the planet. While many people visit Thailand for the beaches, there is

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Volunteering in Tanzania: Lessons Learnt

Volunteering in Tanzania: Lessons Learnt

Nellie Huang January 7, 2013 1

Some say that traveling the world is the best form of education – I can’t agree more. To say that traveling teaches us life lessons is an understatement. After a decade or so of

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Top Adventurous Activities in Asia

Top Adventurous Activities in Asia

Nellie Huang December 30, 2012 6

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

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Visual Adventure: Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Visual Adventure: Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Gary Arndt December 26, 2012 4

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

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An Arctic Expedition Cruise: What to Expect

An Arctic Expedition Cruise: What to Expect

Nellie Huang December 24, 2012 4

I’ve dreamt of going to the Polar Regions ever since I got bitten by the travel bug: the idea of entering one of the most remote parts of the world, coming face to face

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Visual Adventure: Vietnam

Visual Adventure: Vietnam

Gary Arndt December 17, 2012 6

I spent a month and a half in Vietnam in 2008. I arrived in Saigon by bus from Cambodia without a place to stay and ended up spending over a month enjoying the country.

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Visual Adventure: Rajasthan

Visual Adventure: Rajasthan

Nellie Huang December 13, 2012 2

From bright vermillion buildings to fushcia pink saris, the northwest Indian state of Rajasthan is characterized by its colorful architecture and people. Be it temples, clothing, or tuktuks, everything in this vibrant state is

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Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro: A Greater Journey

Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro: A Greater Journey

Daniel Noll and Audrey Scott December 11, 2012 3

If life is a journey, there must be way stations and check points where we are asked to do things that seem beyond us — places where we take stock of where we are,

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Visual Adventure: Egypt

Visual Adventure: Egypt

Gary Arndt November 29, 2012 0

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

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