Check out these two indie trips that you can't do on your own - a trip to Halong Bay in Vietnam and a trek on the world's highest mountain - Mount Everest!...
In this new series, BootsnAll highlights indie travel trips that you can’t do yourself. Independent travel is what we love here at BootsnAll. Nothing gets our juices flowing more than taking off on a trip, not knowing what’s in store. Just heading to a new locale, exploring, and going with the flow is how we like to travel. But sometimes [...]...
Every other week we take the opportunity to highlight one of the many awesome adventure trips we offer here at BootsnAll. We have been lucky enough to partner with Global Basecamps to offer some amazing trips for adventure travelers of all types. This week’s featured trip is for those who have dreamed of going on safari in Africa. [...]...
This itinerary takes you from arrival in Entebbe, where you don't waste any time in heading directly into wilderness. From the wide variety of apes in Kibale Forest, you will venture into Bwindi Impenetrable Forest to stay at a lo... [Read more]
Begin your adventure exploring Colombia's capital city of Bogota. From there you'll make your way to the picturesque, historic colonial town of Villa de Leyva and experience true Colombian culture. End your journey with a visit to... [Read more]
This itinerary offers a more off-the-beaten path tour of Japan, perfect for the more active traveler. This itinerary is a balanced mix of structure with plenty of free time to allow you to explore this extraordinary country at you... [Read more]
Strapped for time but want to experience the essentials of Japan without too much rushing around? This 6-day Japan Essential Itinerary begins in Kyoto and ends in Tokyo. Fly into Osaka's airport just outside of Kyoto, and spen... [Read more]
The Southern Charm trip is perfect for those who want a quick escape from Marrakech. Once picked up, you'll head down south along the Draa Valley and into Zagora and into the Erg Chigaga region of the Sahara Desert. From there, it... [Read more]