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A few words from some actual 18-to-Thirtysomethings. (We might be blushing a little bit.)


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My 18-to-Thirtysomethings Cambodia trip was fantastic. The accommodation far exceeded expectations and our guide was sensational. He even hosted us in his own home for dinner one day!


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Andy, STA Travel St. Pauls 18-to-Thirtysomethings Cambodia, from £499.


The Central American Journey: Rainforests & Ruins was a brilliant tour, expertly led by our CEOs Ronnie and Jorge. Central America wasn’t really on my radar before I visited but is now one of my favourite destinations with some of the most incredible scenery, friendliest hospitality and delicious food. My highlight has got to be spending the night with a local Mayan family in San Juan Laguna, Guatemala. We learnt how to make tortillas with Gloria, improved my Spanish with Juan and played football surrounded by views of Lake Atitlan with their son Eric — amazing!


Olivia, TravelLab Macclesfield 18-to-Thirtysomethings Central America, from £449.


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For me, when I travel I want to go where I want to go, but meet like-minded people at the same time. The 18-to- Thirtysomethings tours allow me to meet people like myself with a thirst for travelling and new experiences, but who are also thinking about shaping their future and are not completely settled down yet. I would diagnose us as those with ‘Itchy-feet-Syndrome!’


Tom, STA Travel Victoria 18-to-Thirtysomethings around the world, from £299.


Visit gadventures.com/18-to-thirtysomethings or contact your GPS for more info. 24/7 Agent Hotline: 0207 313 6957


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