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About Generation Go

Generation Go, a Wilmington, NC based travel advisory, has its roots in transformational travel, after spending 15 years challenging under-served, under-recognized high school students with adventures around the world. Our love of exploration of this planet’s most intriguing places and the people that inhabit them led us to share our passion with you. With a combined 80 plus countries visited, millions of miles logged and connections made, we look forward to working with you in creating exceptional, transformational travel experiences.

Meet Our Experts

MARTIN & LOU GREEN

After 44 countries and many years of incredible travel experience, Martin and Lou Green have decided to share their experiences with you. For 16 years the Greens have run a international leadership program (Dustin’s GreenHouse www.dustinsgreenhouse.org) where they have exposed under-served high school students to transformational travel experiences.

From Great White Shark cage dives, to hiking the Andes, from swimming with piranhas in the Amazon to scuba diving in the Galapagos Islands, we take people out of their comfort zone to experience life changing events.

JOHN CAGLE

John Cagle has spent the last 10 years designing enriching travel experiences for some of the world’s top tour operators consistently listed in Travel & Leisure. His passion for travel began at an early age when he drug his mother to area travel agencies cleaning them out of brochures of places he wished to visit one day. From homestays in Germany and Spain to backpacking Europe to living in SE Asia, John has traveled to over 40 countries always on the hunt for the out of ordinary. When not on the road scoping out new thrills, John can usually be found enjoying local live music or enjoying a good glass of wine in the company of his golden retriever.

Favorite Quote: “Travel isn’t always pretty. It isn’t always comfortable. Sometimes it hurts, it even breaks your heart. But that’s OK. The journey changes you; it should change you… You take something with you. Hopefully, you leave something good behind.” — Anthony Bourdain

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