Canadian G Adventures recommends a trip to Uzbekistan in 2022

12.01.2022 474

The Canadian tour operator G Adventures presented the 10 best travel trends for 2022, where he emphasized the changing habits of travelers as a result of the global pandemic.

More than 1,600 citizens of the country took part in the poll of the Canadian company, which determined the patterns by which tourists want to travel, where to go and what opportunities are presented to them after the opening of borders.

As Bruce Poon Tip, founder of G Adventures, notes: “The pandemic has woken travellers up and given them a chance to reflect on how they were travelling before. The data tells us people have become more purposeful and intentional about how and why they are travelling and where they are going, and they are recognizing the positive impact travel can have on local communities when decisions are made wisely.”

Also, the founder of G Adventures notes a seismic shift in travellers’ habits, travelers are finally seeing how smart choices can positively benefit local people and deliver a richer travel experience at the same time, G Adventures notes.

The top 10 travel trends for 2022, according to G Adventures, included:

1) G Adventures’ 12-day Highlights of the Trans Bhutan Trail - priced from $5,199 per person for departures from May 1, 2022.

2) The 14-day Highlights of Egypt travels - priced from $2,149 per person.

3) The six-day Costa Rica: Beaches, Wildlife and Wild Times - from $ 699 per person.

4) The new six-day Yucatan Adventure - priced from $749 per person.

5) The10-day Galapagos – Central and East Islands trip- from $8,699 per person.

6) The 12-day National Geographic Journeys with G Adventures – Iconic Japan - from 7,199 US dollars per person.

7) The 10-day Highlights of Uzbekistan from Tashkent return is priced from $1,979 per person.

8) The 14-day Zion to San Francisco Adventure from Las Vegas to San Francisco - from $5299 per person.

9) The nine-day Wellness Bali trip - priced from $2,149 per person.

10) The six-day Trekking Eastern Iceland trip - costs from $2,399 per person.

According to  Canadian tour operator, Uzbekistan, considered a rising touristic star pre-pandemic, increased its share of sales by 24%. Last year, the country celebrated the 30th anniversary of Independence, as well as the opening of a new airport in Samarkand. In 2022, the country plans to open the Silk Road Samarkand tourist complex, and a Literary festival on the Great Silk Road will be held in Tashkent and Bukhara.



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