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Those clever people at G Adventures have worked in conjunction with the Jane Goodall Institute and the wonderful Dame Jane Goodall DBE, to bring you some amazing adventures around the world.

They have put together a selection of wildlife-focused tours endorsed by the world renowned primatologist, and together we can proudly support the Jane Goodall Institute's mission to protect wildlife and empower local communities.

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'Travel opens one’s eyes to the glorious diversity of cultures and wildlife in different parts of the world, and hopefully the traveller will return with an understanding of the urgent need to protect our beautiful planet'. Jane Goodall.

  • Realm of the Polar Bear - Norway (8 days)

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    From close-up encounters with icebergs and glaciers and Norway's plentiful wildlife, this is a voyage of non-stop highlights. Always on the lookout for wildlife that live in this polar wilderness, you’ll explore this landscape not only by ship but also on foot and via Zodiac. Roaming polar bears, lounging seals, grazing reindeer, and colonies of birds all co-exist in this harsh land we dare only to explore a few months of the year.

    • PRICES: from A$4,299person
    • DATES: 14 June, 21 June, 8 July & 25 July 2017
    • ITINERARY: Click here
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  • Galapagos Islands for Families - multi activities (9 days)

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    Looking to give your kids a crash course in exotic wildlife? What better place to visit than 'Darwin’s test kitchen', the Galápagos? On this multi-activity trip, you’ll have the chance to snorkel, hike, kayak, and swim the islands, as well as visit a giant tortoise breeding centre and the Charles Darwin Research Station. Who says learning about nature has to be boring?

  • Culture & Wildlife of Uganda & Rwanda (10 days)

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    There’s a wealth of adventure to be had in both Uganda & Rwanda. We keep this trip small and intimate in order to really create a connection with this captivating land. There’ll be trekking to spot chimps and gorillas and wildlife drives through QE II National Park to see elephants and hippos, plus a visit to the genocide museum for a closer look at the recent history of the region. Trust us: Uganda and Rwanda will stay in your memory for a very long time.

  • Highlights of Madagascar (14 days)

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    Lemurs, wild landscapes, village culture, beaches – Madagascar is an island which packs a punch! For those who like to get remote, this isolated island is packed with wildlife, landscapes and people you’ll find nowhere else.  You’ll get to embrace local life and still have time to relax at the beach. Best of all, there’s always a local tour leader there to lead the way and provide a link to the unusual and extraordinary.

  • Botswana, Namibia & Zambia (8 days)

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    Journey from Namibia, across Botswana and on to Zimbabwe on an authentic African adventure that includes the elephants of Chobe National Park, Victoria Falls, meet San Bushmen in the blazing Kalahari and explore the Okavango Delta by dugout mokoro canoe. This trip will provide the most authentic travel experience possible, including an overnight in bushmen huts for an utterly unique experience - a trip of a lifetime!

  • Galapagos sailing Adventure (10 days)

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    Join us aboard for a mind-expanding cruising adventure through the archipelago's central, southern and eastern islands. Hike the dramatic black lava flows of volcanic Bartolomé Island, snorkel with sea lions and other aquatic beasts, go for a hike on Española or opt to laze about on her white-sand beaches instead. With a pair of naturalist guides on hand to answer your questions, you'll come home with a perspective you simply can’t put a price tag on.

  • Highlights of Alaska (15 days)

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    A vast, rugged land of jaw-dropping beauty and abundant wildlife, Alaska remains America’s last truly unconquered frontier. Up to the challenge? This 15-day adventure will put you in touch with this massive state better than you’d imagined possible, mixing hotel stays with cabins typical of the Alaskan wilderness. Along the way, you’ll hike Denali National Park, investigate glaciers, and be blown away by the awesome majesty of your surroundings. Prepare to have your horizons expanded tenfold.

  • Costa Rica Kayaking Adventure (9 days)

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    Glide straight into the core of the Costa Rican experience, beginners and more experienced kayakers are welcome – for the nature lover, the scenery’s the point, not the sweat! Cruise through the canals of Tortuguero in search of monkeys and sloths, and then get really wild at Lake Arenal, the centre of adventure sports like paddle-boarding. Experience lush greenery and Caribbean flavour from a whole different level

  • Canadian Polar Bear Experience (6 days)

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    Imagine watching polar bears in their natural habitat alongside a naturalist expert from Polar Bears International, one of the world's leading organisations dedicated to protecting these amazing animals. This opportunity is yours in the vast wilderness of the Canadian Arctic. Sit down to a picnic lunch on the tundra and opt to go dogsledding in the region's breathtaking landscapes. An unconventional wildlife adventure for the unconventional traveller.

    • PRICES: From A$7,899/person
    • DATES: 4 - 9th November 2017 ONLY
    • ITINERARY: Click here
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  • Experience Borneo (14 days)

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    For the adventurer who wants to see as much of Sabah as possible but doesn't want to summit Mt Kinabalu, this is your opportunity. Go for a dip in the awe-inspiring Wind and Clearwater caves of Gunung Mulu National Park. Opt to go snorkelling on the island haven of Pulau Tiga. Get up close and personal with the orangutans at a rehabilitation centre. Really though, you want Sabah? It's waiting for you.