G Adventures Partners With Signature Travel

amazon riverG Adventures reports it has entered into a preferred supplier relationship with Signature Travel Network.

G Adventures offers small traveling groups (average 10-12 passengers) local tour leaders known as Chief Experience Officers (CEOs) who provide insider perspective on the company’s tours, safaris and expeditions to more than 100 countries.

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“Our partnership with G Adventures symbolizes both our consumer interest in the small group adventure travel market as well as our member agencies' interest in working with travel companies with a purpose,” says Heidi Podjavorsek, director, sales and marketing, destination partnerships, Signature Travel Network. “Our vision includes forging partnerships with companies like G Adventures who are recognized worldwide for offering sustainable and life changing travel opportunities. They will be a great addition to our Preferred Supplier Program.”

"With G Adventures, Signature travel professionals will be able to match their clients travel interests with the best travel style – and there are seven travel styles to choose from including Small Ships, Family and Active portfolios. G Adventures offers their travel programs according to travel style versus simply by destination, helping agents better qualify and meet the needs of their customers,"  says G Adventures Managing Director Cyndi Zesk.

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