Holiday Gift Promotion for 2021 Trips:
Travel with HEART & Care for our World
During the month of December 2020, Global Family Travels has a special holiday discount on 4 of our Learn, Serve & Immerse Trips that span the beautiful island of Bali, the grasslands of Tanzania and Zimbabwe, to the rain-forests of Costa Rica. These HEART-felt, community-based adventures will give travelers a sense of compassion and caring for our World, as they are designed around the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs), to address key sustainable development issues, such as access to access to Quality Education, Clean Water and Sanitation, Life Below Water, and Life on Land.
OFFER: Take $250 off per person when you book two or more people on these select trips from Global Family Travels through 2021. That means a family of four can save $1,000 on a transformative trip of a lifetime! Booking deposit must be made by December 31, 2020. Use the Code TravelwithHeart2021 when you book one of these adventures:
Bali: Learn, Serve & Immerse - Discovering this magical island while engaging with the locals and non-profit organizations addressing some of Bali’s biggest challenges, like quality education and clean water and sanitation, you will get a deep sense of the culture and daily life in Bali. Learning local arts at the banjar, visiting sacred temples and palaces, and seeing a traditional shadow puppet performance will also give you a truly unforgettable immersive experience.
Costa Rica: Learn, Serve & Immerse - Enjoy fun adventures in Costa Rica's beautiful rainforests, volcanoes, wildlife reserves, and beaches, while participating in sustainable tourism projects that benefit local conservation initiatives and in improving the lives of people in the communities we visit. This Pura Vida trip emphasize authentic cultural experiences to give you a true taste of the amazing experiences that Costa Rica has to offer!
Tanzania: Learn, Serve & Immerse Safari - Every day on this adventure, your family will find yourselves face-to-face with a new creature and awe-inspiring sights, such as hundreds of avian species in the Rift Valley, giraffes along Lake Natron, leopards and lions in the Serengeti, and more! You will also experience what life is like in a local Maasai village, and visit and support Tanzania school children, and engage with our NGO partner, the Karatu Education Fund, to learn about their work.
Zimbabwe Conservation Safari - This family-friendly safari which offers ample opportunities to participate in conservation and educational projects with our local partners, and go on several awe-inspiring game drives and walking safaris. In addition to discovering the extraordinary wildlife thriving in the Hwange and Zambezi National Parks, this safari offers immersive opportunities to engage with local communities and school children near Victoria Falls and in outside of Hwange National Park. While on this adventure you will learn about one of the rarest species on the African continent, the African Painted Dog!
Travel with HEART
Global Family Travels is honored to be a Travel Designer for the the Transformational Travel Council. One of the many guiding principles of the TTC is to Travel with HEART, which means to be Humble, be Engaged, be Awake, be Resilient, be Thankful for to the opportunity to travel. Having Heart is to care about yourself, others, and the destination you visit, so that you’re not only positively impacting the community and environment you encounter when you travel, but simultaneously learning and growing.
If you are looking for a gift for your travel companions or loved ones this holiday season, we recommend the Transformational Travel Journal. The jounral is a guide to show us how to explore the world (and our backyard) more mindfully, reflect on experiences with a more meaningful perspective, connect with others more intimately, and thereby, foster a more intentional and purpose-driven life. As expressed by Phil Cousineau, “If we prepare our imagination as carefully as we pack our bags, then we will experience, learn, remember far more.”