28 Aug 2009

Ever wondered what the end of the earth looks like? Well take a trek to the Patagonia region at the bottom of South America and you’ll see for yourself how breathtaking the other side of the world is. Vast and desolate, Patagonia will have you reevaluating everything you know about the planet we call home. Majestic mountains, pristine wilderness – Patagonia is a world apart!

G Adventures has launched two new Patagonia tours that can’t be missed. Whether you have one week or two, Patagonia should be on your top ten list of must see places.

Spend seven days on the G Adventures Torres del Paine tour. Explore the wonders of Patagonia in the Torres del Paine National Park where you’ll witness snow-capped peaks, colossal glaciers, fantastic wildlife and so much more. Trek and camp on of the most unspoiled locations on Earth, it’ll be your trip of lifetime.

If you’ve got more time, why not take the 14-day Essential Patagonia tour. As the name suggests, this tour gives the best exploration of the Patagonian region you’ll ever find. You’ll get to spend two weeks exploring the Lake District of Chile visiting Puerto Natales, Torres del Paine National Park and the city of Punta Arenas.

Check out these trips as well as many others at gadventures.com.

About G Adventures
G Adventures is a world leader in the adventure travel industry offering small group adventures on all seven continents and beyond to more than 90,000 global travelers annually. The award-winning trips, which focus on culture, nature and active travel, are ideal for those with a sense of adventure – people who want to leave the beaten path and authentically immerse themselves in a local culture or environment to experience the real world in a sustainable manner. Demonstrating its ongoing cultural, social and economic commitment to responsible tourism, G Adventures established the Planeterra Foundation, as a way the company and its passengers can give back to the communities visited. For more information, please visit www.gadventures.com and www.planeterra.org.