An exciting new partnership
CORPORATE Information Travel ( CIT) is delighted to announce it is launching a new partnership with leading worldwide small group adventure operator, G Adventures.
The partnership will see CIT represent the G Adventures portfolio of more than 650 trips, 70 of which make up the new National Geographic Journeys with G Adventures programme.
This new selection of trips, which was developed in partnership with National Geographic, connects travellers with local cultures and help them discover the places National Geographic’s explorers have helped shaped history.
Every trip features unique travel experiences, including encounters with National Geographic- supported researchers or projects.
Examples include a game drive in South Africa with a scientist from the Endangered Wildlife Trust’s Carnivore Conservation Programme, a dual- narrative walking tour in Israel led by both Israeli and Palestinian guides who have been trained by a National Geographic Emerging Explorer and visiting the Monteverde Institute, a reforestation research centre supported by National Geographic in Costa Rica.
The new range of accessibly priced, experiential tours is designed to offer hands- on exploration and education.
National Geographic and G Adventures have similar values, an aligned sense of social responsibility and a shared belief in the positive impact travel can have on the planet.
Trips are seven to 21 days in duration and not only appeal to travellers who appreciate free time and optional activities, but also enjoy the structure and safety of travelling with a group.
All National Geographic Journeys with G Adventures tours will be led by a G Adventures guide known as a Chief Experience Officer ( CEO), and groups will have up to 16 travellers with an average of 10 to 12 per group.
Be among the first to book National Geographic Journeys with G Adventures at CIT Booth No. 1393- 1412 ( 20 booths), Hall 1 at PWTC. In conjunction with MATTA Fair, enjoy 10% off selected itineraries and many more exciting travel deals.
For more information, call 03- 2091 9988, e- mail travel@ cit. travel, visit www. cit. travel, visit its office at Unit B- 1- 3, Northpoint Offices, Mid Valley City, or drop by its booths at Hall 1, PWTC this MATTA Fair.
Experience a game drive in South Africa with a scientist from the Endangered Wildlife Trust’s Carnivore Conservation Programme.
Visit the Monteverde Institute, a reforestation research centre supported by National Geographic in Costa Rica.