Adventure Tours: BootsnAll Trips for 2007
BootsnAll Travel Network is now organizing small group adventure trips around the world. This year, we have five special adventure trips in 2007 that anyone can join, covering some of the best destinations for adventure travel – Tanzania, Nepal, Morocco, Patagonia, Argentina, and Oregon. These trips are for active, adventure travelers that want to meet, hang out, and travel with other like-minded people from around the world.
Each trip, (except for the Oregon rafting trip), allows no more than 15 people. In order to reserve your spot, contact our adventure expert Donovan (at) Bootsnall (dot) com or at 866-549-7614 for more details.
Here are the five BootsnAll small group adventures planned:
Patagonia Tour (Late November)
Tanzania Safari & Kilimanjaro Climb (Climb August 26 – Sept 1/ Safari Sept 2 – 6)
Morocco Adventure Tour (Sept 2 – Sept 13)
Nepal Trekking Tour (Oct 7 – Oct 22)
Oregon White Water Rafting (July 25 – July 29)
Just like buying a car, you can make payments to us, so you don’t have to pay all at once! All the trips include almost everything – accommodations, food, and land-based costs. You just need to figure out your own flights. Check out BootsnAll’s airfare section.
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Do you have anything or plan to have Nepal,
South Africa for Senior citizens?
Not interested in treking anymore!
I wish there was something planned for the summer! Im a teacher and have tons of vacation time, but none at all when all these trips are planned.
Does anybody know of any good adventures for two over sixties in Nepal-not too vigorous please!
Ian, look up Sikkim, a small Indian state at the India-China-Tibet border. My parents had a great time there.
THank you for those offers! THey look great! I also suggest looking at Central Asian countries with huge mountains in Tajikistan and beautiful vallies in Kyrgyzstan!
Ian, and Nona, give me a hollar at firstname.lastname@example.org, I am an American who used to work and live in Nepal, and I love it dearly, most of the trips I did were fairly strenuous, but I have some ideas… and it is too wonderful a country not to be missed.
Michele, the Indian Himalays are doable in the summer (I was a high school teacher before becoming an NGO worker, I know what your saying) if you have the motivation, plan soemthign to Mongolia, Ive never been there, but everyone I know who has has fallen in love with it, and its a summer visiting spot… Kilmanjaro is also doable in August.
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