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. [...]...
On this extended adventure in Egypt, you will have the opportunity to experience classic Egyptian bazaars, cafes and attractions, and also less-known areas such as the island of Agilika and West Thebes. The Colossi of Memnon and t... [Read more]
Experience Halong Bay away from the crowds on a traditional junk. With its own docking area you’ll cruise through the quieter areas of the Bay to Bai Tu Long, passing floating villages, limestone peaks and hidden caves. Meet loc... [Read more]
Begin your journey in the metropolis of Tokyo. With its huge skyscrapers, underpasses, overpasses and crowds of pedestrians, this city has a vibrant charm all of its own. Continue on to Hakone, and explore the beautiful national p... [Read more]
One of our latest and greatest itineraries, this Morocco holiday combines all that we know, love, and wish to share with visitors to the southern region of Morocco. This trip is ideal for those with five to ten days available. Sta... [Read more]
A one-of-a-kind Japanese Sake Tour in the San-in region of western Japan. Being well off the beaten track, San-in - encompassing Tottori and Shimane Prefectures - offers so much insight into the traditional heritage of sake, tea c... [Read more]