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G Adventures Announces 13 New Action-packed Domestic Tours for 2022

G Adventures announces 13 new action-packed domestic tours for 2022

G Adventures announces 13 new action-packed domestic tours for 2022 New Classic and 18-to-Thirtysomethings travel style trips offer adventure, culture, access to national parks and more


With the sustained increase in demand for domestic adventure travel extending into 2022, G Adventures has added 13 new trips to its existing “United States of Adventure” collection, which was first launched in February 2021. The new tours roughly double the size of the collection, which now offers 28 trip options to national and Navajo Nation parks in the US.


These trips stand out due in part to the unparalleled access that they offer travelers to some of the most awe-inspiring places in the western US. In true G Adventures’ style, these trips are more than just sightseeing; many include visits to local communities, Indigenous and local guides who share their background and connection to the places visited, and the opportunity to learn more about the history, cultures and awe-inspiring landscape that make up the western US.


The new tours will begin departing in spring 2022, and are a mix of Classic and 18-to-Thirtysomethings travel styles, ensuring the right pace for every type of traveler. Classic trips offer travelers the benefit of seeing several parks in one trip, with some time in cities, and comfortable hotel accommodation throughout. 18-to-Thirtysomethings trips are more action-packed, designed to squeeze every last drop out of the day, and accommodations are mostly camping and simple motels.


“It’s clear that Americans are still eager to get out and explore our own backyard, and we’ve designed these new tours to fill a gap that we saw in the US domestic tour market,” said Samantha Couture, director of product for North America and creator of the new itineraries.


“With demand surging for National Parks nationwide, we’re excited to be able to include a variety of unique and often difficult-to-book experiences in the itineraries, like a Navajo-guided tour of Antelope Canyon and an Indigenous-led Jeep tour through Monument Valley. Exploring these incredible parks, led by the passionate people who call these places home, is what makes these adventures stand out,” said Couture.


Examples of the new US domestic tours include:

  • Best of Utah and Arizona National Parks – This Classic-style seven-day trip starts and ends in Las Vegas, with a whole lot of action in between: Travelers will hike through Bryce Canyon’s hoodoos, marvel at the Navajo Sandstone giants of Zion from below, witness the sheer scale of the Grand Canyon, set out on a Navajo guided jeep tour in Monument Valley, and visit the Native Grill Food Truck (a family-owned food truck serving local fare in the Navajo Nation). Priced from $2,299 pp.


  • Best of California – Starting in Las Vegas and ending in Los Angeles, this Classic-style nine-day tour highlights both national parks and cities. Hike in Death Valley, visit the tall trees of Sequoia National Park and take in the views of Yosemite National Park. A road-trip down Highway 1 from San Francisco to Los Angeles completes the Cali-journey, with stops in Monterey and Santa Maria. Priced from $2,549 pp.


  • USA Road Trip – Joshua Tree and the Southwest Parks – This eight-day 18-to-Thirtysomethings-style trip packs in the adventure: hike through four national parks including Zion and Joshua Tree, peer down into the Grand Canyon, road trip down Route 66, camp along Lake Powell’s shores and don’t forget to look up to see some of the most spectacular stargazing in the world. Accommodation is a mix of glamping (upgraded canvas tents), simple motels and camping. Priced from $1,799 pp.


About G Adventures

Founded in 1990 by social entrepreneur Bruce Poon Tip, G Adventures is a small group adventure travel operator offering more than 1,000 tours in 100 countries, on all seven continents. G Adventures’ award-winning trips support local communities, giving travellers meaningful experiences with people, cultures, landscapes and wildlife, while offering them the  freedom and flexibility to explore on their own. G Adventures’ responsible approach to travel is demonstrated through its ‘G for Good’ social impact initiatives, which include travel guidelines for children, wildlife and Indigenous people, community-based social enterprise projects travelers can experience on a trip, and its industry-leading ‘Ripple Score’ assessment which measures how many traveler dollars stay in the local economy. G Adventures offers life-changing tours for individuals of all ages, interests and budgets. Because our world deserves more you. For more information please visit


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