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Tourists urged to show "moral imagination" (PDF)

The head of G Adventures says international tourism is on a roll and is urging those exploring the planet to do so in a manner that's beneficial to those communities hosting them. Read More ›

The G Project 

Thu, Dec 5: Lee-Ann Gibbs is a former Bay Street lawyer who is currently fighting for human trafficking victims in Nepal. The world traveler and aspiring humanitarian is the G Adventures Prize winner for The G Project. Read More ›

G Adventures se mobilise après le passage du typhon Haiyan 

À la suite des événements causés par le typhon Haiyan, le voyagiste canadien G Adventures a lancé un appel à l’aide de 25 000 $ pour le redressement à long terme des communautés touchées des Philippines. En moins de 2 semaines, les clients, partenaires et employés de G Adventures ont amassé plus de 48 000 $. Read More ›

G Adventures répond aux ravages causés par le typhon Haiyan 

Les fonds recueillis seront destinés à soutenir le redressement à long terme des communautés Read More ›

Typhoon Haiyan fundraisers in Toronto 

Fri, Nov 22: Torontonians are rallying to help the Philippines after devastating Typhoon Haiyan hit the country. Kris Reyes with where and how you can help. Read More ›

Travellers with Heart: The Philippines 

Canadian travellers dig deep to help the recovery efforts in the Philippines Read More ›

G Adventures Matches Donations Made To Planeterra Typhoon Relief Fund 

G Adventures launched a $25,000 aid appeal to support the long-term recovery of the typhoon affected communities in the Philippines. Read More ›

Philippines Urges Tourists to Visit 

It’s been a week since Typhoon Haiyan tore through the Philippines, causing mass destruction and killing thousands. The force five typhoon has been called the strongest storm to have ever made landfall, and aid has been slow, due to blocked roads and frequent downpours. Read More ›

G Adventures and Planeterra Foundation Award $25,000 Grant 

In an effort to create positive change worldwide, adventure travel company G Adventures collaborated with its nonprofit Planeterra Foundation in the inaugural G Project event. Part of the G Project was the Summit in the Jungle, a meeting in Costa Rica during which select participants pitched ideas on how to help solve specific social and environmental issues. Lee-Ann Gibbs, a volunteer with Samrakshak Samuha Nepal, won the competition and a $25,000 development grant to bring her project to life. Read More ›

PASSION AND PURPOSE A different approach 

30 SEP 2013: Bruce Poon Tip, the founder of G Adventures, knows how to stage a tourism event. His third Annual Future of Tourism Summit at the Winter Garden Theatre was a sold-out albeit free ticketed event. The room was packed. The lights dimmed. The anticipation was there and the night’s agenda was a tall order.
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