G Adventures has released winter departures to the Maldives and Canary Islands after the government opened travel corridors to the two destinations.
Tours start in December, including a week long Maldives traditional dhoni boat tour and new hiking trip in Tenerife.
G Adventures managing director Brian Young said: “The pandemic has impacted all of us and has made many people rethink what they want from travel.
“Over the past six months we’ve seen the demand for active breaks soar, with trips such as climbing Kilimanjaro being top of the search list.
“With the introduction of the new air corridors, it was the perfect opportunity to launch a tour which enables travellers to get active, while showing them a popular destination like the Canary Islands from a different perspective.
“The island has so much to offer beyond the big resorts and we’re incredibly excited to share this beautiful destination with travellers in a G Adventures way.”
He added: “Having been unable to travel during the pandemic, many travellers are beginning to think about how their future travels can be more meaningful.
“These trips are a perfect example of how we can ‘retravel’ better, changing the way we think about a destination and opting for lesser visited areas that support local communities.
“Our winter departures offer travellers a bit of everything; from physically demanding climbs, to end 2020 on a literal high, to action-packed adventures in Costa Rica, where travellers zip line and trek in the forest, before unwinding on some of Costa Rica’s best beaches.”
The six-day Tenerife hiking trip leads in at £799 person.
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