Spontaneity might as well be my middle name, even if it’s right alongside Advance Planner. I love the surprise and speedy nature of an unexpected trip. If you share my passion for the fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants type of travel, you’re going to love GAP Adventures’ Season for Adventure sale. You can save 20 to 25 percent off small group tours and safaris to more than 100 countries, including destinations such as the Galapagos, Greek Islands, Inca Trail, Cinque Terre, Japan, Peru, Turkey, and more. What’s the catch? You have to book and travel before August 31.
Now I know this doesn’t leave a lot of time for planning what to do once you get there, but the best part about GAP Adventures is that they take care of those details for you. You just have to book, find your airfare, pack, and go. Plus, 20 to 25 percent off many of these vacations equals a pretty significant savings. For instance, the Kenya Wildlife Adventure starts at $1,759 (without taxes and fees) before the discount, and includes 8 nights’ accommodations; eight breakfasts, seven lunches, and six dinners; entrance and game drives in Samburu Game Reserve, Lake Nakuru National Park, and Masai Mara Game Reserve; and a certified driver and guide, camp cook, and chief experience officer. The price after the 20 percent discount comes to $1,405, saving you more than $350.
Enter promotion code adventureseason at time of booking to take advantage of this sale. The deal is only valid for new tour bookings, and is not applicable on independent tours. The discount cannot be combined with any other offers.
What’s the most spontaneous trip you’ve ever taken? Please leave a comment below!
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