Witnessing the feeding of orangutans in Sumatra, savouring local specialties on a street food crawl in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and learning about Aboriginal Dreamtime in Australia are just some of the experiences travellers will enjoy on G Adventures’ expanded range of more than 125 Yolo trips this year.
Designed for younger, budget-minded travellers, Yolo trips maximize time and money by covering a lot of ground while delivering must-see highlights with other high-energy explorers. Small groups, insider access and personal freedom define this travel style — one of seven that G Adventures offers.
In response to increased demand, 11 new Yolo trips have been added to the program, all designed with affordability and flexibility in mind. Travellers stay in simple hotels and guesthouses chosen for location and character with some itineraries based around camping. A mix of public and private transportation is utilized for maximum cultural interaction, and plenty of free time is built in to allow for optional activities tailored to travellers’ interests and budget.
The trips all maintain the traditional aspects of a G Adventures tour including the services of a Chief Experience Officer and provide a truly local, cultural vacation.
A new Yolo brochure is now available. New itineraries include Highlights of Sumatra, Australia Encompassed, and Cities of Europe.