Travel connects us — to our planet, to its people, and to ourselves. Wellness travel was created to recharge the body and nourish the mind. G Adventures' new Wellness tours offer the perfect balance of awe-inspiring destinations, rejuvenating activities, and healthy food experiences, helping you return home feeling even better than when you left.
On every Wellness tour, your journey starts with an intention setting ceremony upon your arrival. As you enjoy a slower paced itinerary, recentre yourself with yoga practices and optional meditation sessions led by expert instructors ready to teach all levels of abilities.
Every Wellness tour lets you connect with your physical side through fun, adventurous activities in picturesque natural settings. Possibilities range from nature hikes to stand up paddleboarding to cycling trips across the countryside
On Wellness tours, food is more than a meal — it’s a moment to be savoured among friends. Your meals are prepared with healthy, local ingredients that cater to different diets, so you can enjoy every bite not to mention every morsel of deep conversation.
Our Recommended Wellness & Active Tours with G Adventures
be sure to ask your travel advisor for other Welleness and Active tours available.
The Lares Trek7 daysCusco to Cusco | Tour Style: Active | | Meals Included: 6 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 2 dinners
There’s more than one way to earn your Peru hiking stripes. On the Lares trek, you’ll get three days of trekking through the mountains around the Sacred Valley, passing by remote communities, farms, and friendly faces. Forget just taking in the view — unique experiences are waiting for you at a G Adventures-supported women's weaving co-op and local pottery community. And, since you’re this close already, we’ll get to you to Machu Picchu with a scenic train ride. Physical Rating: 4 - Demanding
Patagonia Hiking9 daysBuenos Aires to Buenos Aires | Tour Style: Active | Meals Included: 8 breakfasts
As a destination for active travellers, Patagonia is nothing short of iconic. The very best way to do this South American region justice is to hike all over it. Trek through the crisp air of El Chaltén (with its crazy beautiful Cerro Torre mountain) and then to the area near the imposing Perito Moreno Glacier. In between, marvel at the giant sky, vast views, and big city appeal of Buenos Aires while you revel in a sense of personal triumph. Patagonia's ready and waiting for you. Physical Rating: 4 - Demanding
Wellness Costa Rica8 daysSan Jose to San Jose | Tour Style: Wellness | Meals Included: 7 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 3 dinners
Simply say “Costa Rica” and vivid images of paradise instantly flood the imagination. This eight-day tour makes those dreams a reality while letting you connect with the country’s charming people. Your spirits will be lifted with a visit to Mi Cafecito Community Coffee Plantation and a G for Good project supporting 200 local farmers, before carrying on to the outdoor utopia that is La Fortuna. There, you’ll be treated to a world of wellness, with yoga sessions overlooking the Arenal Volcano, hiking, free time for meditation, and a rejuvenating trip to thermal hot springs. Continue on to remote Rincón de la Vieja for more yoga and a therapeutic mud bath before a final stop in Playa Carrillo — home to a beach devoid of buildings, hotels, and restaurants that will give your mind a sense of clarity you may have previously thought impossible. Physical Rating: 3 - Average
Mt. Kilimanjaro Trek Marangu Route7 daysMoshi to Moshi | Tour Style: Active | Meals Included: 6 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 4 dinners
At 5,895m (19,340 ft), Mt Kilimanjaro is Africa's highest peak and this adventure along the Marangu Route will get you to the top safely, quickly, and with your budget in mind. Overnight in mountain huts and awake ready to conquer the slopes. Affectionately known as the Coca-Cola Route due to its popularity, Marangu covers forests, moorlands, and the Saddle (a high-altitude desert), on its way to Kibo Hut. This is the quickest route to the summit — with a catch: The trail is well-maintained but because of the quick ascent, the success rate is not as high as other routes. Local guides, cooks, and porters will provide support during your trek and at mountain huts along the way. Physical Rating: 5 - Challenging