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.



Get to Know: Jodi of Legal Nomads

Get to Know: Jodi of Legal Nomads

Jodi Ettenberg August 20, 2013 16

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

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Get to know: Dan and Audrey of Uncornered Market

Get to know: Dan and Audrey of Uncornered Market

Daniel Noll and Audrey Scott August 19, 2013 3

Traveling the world for more than 6 years, more than 75 countries. Still going…and still married. Who are Dan & Audrey? We, Daniel Noll and Audrey Scott, are the semi-nomadic husband-and-wife team behind Uncornered

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Southern Indian Food: Our Favorite 5 Dishes

Southern Indian Food: Our Favorite 5 Dishes

Daniel Noll and Audrey Scott August 13, 2013 5

“South Indian cuisine? But isn’t all Indian food the same?” you might ask. If you think that Indian food is just chicken tikka masala and palak paneer, think again. Although most Indian restaurants in

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Visual Adventure: Yangon, Mandalay, Inle Lake and Bagan

Visual Adventure: Yangon, Mandalay, Inle Lake and Bagan

Jodi Ettenberg August 9, 2013 3

We've written about some tips to keep in mind when visiting Myanmar, mostly around respect for local customs and informing yourself about the ethnic and sectarian violence ongoing in the country.

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Visual Adventure: Northern Cape, South Africa

Visual Adventure: Northern Cape, South Africa

Gary Arndt August 7, 2013 3

Perhaps the least visited provence in South Africa is the Northern Cape.  The Northern Cape is the largest and most desolate region of South Africa and is home to a large part of the

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Photographic Tour of Italy

Photographic Tour of Italy

Gary Arndt June 10, 2013 11

Gary Arndt shares some of his photos from his second annual photography tour

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Best of New Zealand Adrenaline: Top 7 Picks

Best of New Zealand Adrenaline: Top 7 Picks

Daniel Noll and Audrey Scott May 9, 2013 4

Dan and Audrey share their top seven adrenaline picks in New Zealand

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Visual Adventure: Laos

Visual Adventure: Laos

Jodi Ettenberg April 24, 2013 7

Travellers often come back from Laos a little wistful. "It's like Thailand 15 years ago," they say. "I wish it could stay the same."

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From Lemur to Baobab Trees: Madagascar Unveiled

From Lemur to Baobab Trees: Madagascar Unveiled

Nellie Huang April 17, 2013 7

Madagascar is a name that’s famous around the world – yet the country remains largely unknown. For those who are curious enough to go under its surface will be duly rewarded by otherworldly landscapes,

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Postcards from Uzbekistan: Top 7 Experiences

Postcards from Uzbekistan: Top 7 Experiences

Daniel Noll and Audrey Scott April 16, 2013 4

Uzbekistan. Where Silk Road Grandeur Meets Soviet Funk For over a thousand years, the network of trading routes known as the Silk Road was flush with camel caravans carrying spices, silks, people and ideas

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