Those seeking an active vacation off the beaten path can turn to G Adventures. The company’s safaris are intimate cultural experiences, typically kept to just 12 travelers per tour group. This allows G Adventures’ to maintain its dedication to low-impact travel and spontaneous exploration.
With G Adventures, you can learn about the local way of life in the communities visited while supporting the local economy. In addition to Kenya, G Adventures safaris typically visit the countries of Botswana, South Africa, Tanzania, Namibia, Uganda and Zambia.
G Adventures safaris utilize lodgings that fit into the operator’s philosophy of sustainable tourism. On a G Adventures safari vacation, guests might bunk down at simple but comfortable hotels, guesthouses, informal lodges, cabins or beehive huts. Sometimes campsites are used, where travelers are expected to pitch in and help prepare meals or take on other camp duties.
A G Adventures safari can use a variety of transportation modes, like four-wheel-drive vehicles, dugout canoes called mokoros, and sightseeing on foot. You don’t need to be extremely athletic, but you must be physically fit enough to take full advantage of the travel styles of G Adventures safaris.
G Adventures safaris are categorized as budget on the tour industry rating scale (budget, first class and deluxe). Below is a complete list of G Adventures safaris. To view itineraries, dates and prices, click any tour name.