G Adventures expands Bosnia and Herzegovina programme

By Kelly Ranson
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G Adventures has announced it will be adding additional trips to Bosnia and Herzegovina that are designed to support local communities.

The operator will launch the trips in 2025 and is currently in the process of putting together the itineraries.

Currently G Adventures offers the destination as part of wider tours with other countries in the Balkans, including Croatia and Greece.

The new trips are the result of a collaboration between the US Government’s USAID Developing Sustainable Tourism in Bosnia and Herzegovina (USAID Turizam) initiative, the Global Travel & Tourism Resilience Council (GTTRC), and G Adventures.

G Adventures VP Product Yves Marceau said: “The Balkans is a special part of the world that is growing in popularity as people move beyond traditional European destinations. As more travellers start to visit, it’s important that tourism develops the right way – a way that supports local people and communities. Travel is a two-way exchange, and we’re excited to introduce our new trips in 2025.

“This collaboration is a powerful example of how rural and local communities that are not on the main tourism route can benefit when governments, NGOs and private social enterprises work together to do the right thing.”

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