Pokemon Go around the world with Geckos’ new trip!
Can’t stop searching for Pokemon everywhere you go? It’s time to step up your game.
As Pokemania takes over the world, Geckos Adventures have created the ultimate trip to help you capture, train and battle these little guys – and big guys – the planet over.
Just picture it now. You could be chasing Squirtel through the lofty heights of Machu Picchu, Charmander around the pyramids of Egypt or Bulbasaur in beautiful Siem Reap. But not without a bit of downtime to explore all the mind-blowing sights along the way too!
Never again will a tour ever be as epic and memorable as this, combining the best of reality with the best from the virtual world.
Spanning four continents, this special tour combines four of Geckos’ most popular itineraries into one unforgettable 6-week adventure: Peru at a Glance, A Taste of Galapagos, Egypt Unearthed and Essential Cambodia.
So how does it work? Using innovative technology and data to predict likely pokéstops and gym locations, it is a tailor-made ‘Poké-friendly’ trip that lets you chase Pokemon while experiencing once-in-a-lifetime destinations.
Apart from catching the wild and elusive Sporex (sorry that can’t be guaranteed!), trip highlights include eating street food and mingling with locals in Vietnam, spotting iguanas and tortoises in the Galapagos Islands, hiking the Inca Trail in Peru and riding camels in Egypt.
Puts Pokemon Go into a whole new perspective, right? No need to keep doing circles in your own ‘hood!
Fingers antsy just reading about it? Get in touch with one our travel consultants today to bring your Poke-travel-adventures to life!
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