G Adventures Celebrates One Year of Tours to Australia and New Zealand

It's only been a year since G Adventures launched their Australia and New Zealand product, but the company is seeing some impressive numbers: Over 90 percent of all tours are fully booked through 2013.

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In more good news, Australia and New Zealand trips have recorded positive feedback and ratings from travelers, with NPS (Net Promoter Scores) for the region close to the company’s best results globally. The Net Promoter Score is a well-established tool to measure client satisfaction and customer loyalty.


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According to, these results vindicate G Adventures decision to begin operating tours within the region, and that the unique G Adventures style of travel is perfectly suited to the Australian and New Zealand landscape.

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"Our sales have been stronger than we all expected for a first year product," said Jeff Russill, vice president Innovation.

Tours up the East Coast of Australia, with itineraries including the highlights of the region as well as some off-the-beaten track experiences, have proven the most popular with travelers.

G Adventures currently runs a range of adventures throughout Australia. For more information on the Australian itineraries, visit www.gadventures.com or call 1-800-708-7761.  

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