Introducing Bee Adventures

March 31, 2019

Over the past few months, G Adventures has shown you numerous new ways to see the world. First, we brought you our new Wellness line of tours, which combine mindfulness and nourishment with meaningful travel to some of the world’s most incredible places. Next up, we introduced National Geographic Family Journeys, a new line of tours for adventure-loving families; and then, we debuted TailorMade, a bespoke line of tours customized to your needs and desires.

The hivemind at G Adventures has continued to buzz, however, and we think our latest announcement is the sweetest yet.

Introducing Bee Adventures, a line of tours focused exclusively on honeybees.

Wait, what?

We know what you’re thinking, and what you’re thinking is probably something along the lines of “…huh?”

Don’t worry: we’ve got you! Bee Adventures is, put simply, a line of tours that will bring you up close and personal with some of the world’s most incredible beehives and apiaries.

So, who can go on these tours?

You!

But also: bees!

We don’t know how the bees will pay for the tours — let alone read about them — but we’re pretty confident this is going to work out, because we let a bunch of bees into the meeting room in which we came up with the idea for Bee Adventures, and none of us actually got stung.

Okay… where, exactly, do these tours go?

Our incredible team of product planners and designers has included all of the world’s most famous apiaries on our Bee Adventures tours. If you can name a famous apiary, we’re guaranteed to have a tour that takes you there. So go ahead, name a famous apiary!

When can I book?

Pretty soon, we think! We’re just trying to figure out how to get all those bees we let into that meeting room, um, out of that meeting room. It’s sort of priority number one at the moment.

How can I find out more information?

We’ve strapped teeny tiny brochures to the backs of about 2,000 honeybees, so with any luck, one of those will find its way to a flower garden near you.

Why are we doing this?

If you haven’t guessed by now: we’re not! April Fool’s!

But while apiary-focused tours might not be the best idea, we at G Adventures do believe that wildlife-focused travel can build a greater respect for the incredible animals who share this planet with us. Throughout the month of April, for Earth Month, we’ll be publishing a series of blog posts focused on amazing animals who you can actually visit in their natural habitats on our Jane Goodall Collection of tours.

Enjoy, and happy Earth Month!

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