Samurai And Happy Bowls

Samurai And Happy Bowls

Check out this week’s special episode’s collaborators: SAMURAI Head over to SAMURAI’s website to check out their new lookbook. HAPPY BOWLS And don’t forget to visit Happy Bowls in Montauk, Wilmington, or Puerto Rico for a refreshing Acai bowl.

June 21, 2014 at 2:11 pm 0 comments

SURF CAMPS AND DREAM VACATIONS

SURF CAMPS AND DREAM VACATIONS

While you don’t need much more than a board and a beach to surf, dreaming of something grand never hurts. Here are a few places from our wish list where we wouldn’t mind riding the waves: INDONESIA G-Land Joyo’s Surf Camp Mentawai Surf Camp EST Bali Surf Camp BAJA CALIFORNIA Rancho Pescadero FIJI Club Fiji Resort SOLOMAN ISLANDS Solwata Surf […]

May 20, 2014 at 8:46 pm 0 comments

EAGLE CREEK

EAGLE CREEK

EAGLE CREEK A company born in the mountains of California, Eagle Creek offers awesomely sustainable gear. Made by travelers for travelers, their products are designed for adventure: from backpacks of all sizes, to rolling luggage, to accessories that help you pack with purpose. Eagle Creek has decided to support BT by offering Booker some new gear for his next trips. He […]

May 9, 2014 at 4:23 pm 1 comment

CINEMA ESCAPES

CINEMA ESCAPES

When you don’t have the time to travel, what’s better than letting movies take you on a trip? Booker Travels got to see first-hand – on our recent visit to Morocco – a location where many productions were shot. It got us wondering, where else can film take us? Here are our top five locations we’re looking forward to visiting! […]

April 9, 2014 at 3:49 pm 0 comments

Travel Souvenirs

Travel Souvenirs

5 Tips For Sensible Souvenir Shopping Bringing back gifts from a trip is always a thoughtful way to give your loved ones a piece of your experience—but choose wisely! An impractical souvenir can be a hassle to bring home, and some items may not make it back at all. Follow these tips from the Booker Travels team for some guidelines […]

April 2, 2014 at 4:42 pm 3 comments

DON’T LEAVE HOME WITHOUT IT

DON’T LEAVE HOME WITHOUT IT

Traveling brings so many pleasures and adventures that we often forget the most important component to any successful trip: safety.  Here are the essential safeguards that Booker never travels without. 1.     Printouts of all essential information and ID Everywhere they go, the Booker Travels team carries a binder with photocopies of every member of the team’s ID, passport, medical prescriptions, and […]

March 25, 2014 at 3:24 pm 0 comments

5 Most Breathtaking Sunset Spots

5 Most Breathtaking Sunset Spots

A beautiful sunset view will always be a classic highlight of sightseeing—check out our favorite places to watch darkness fall. Mount Haleakala, Hawaii Photo by: Rob Weir You shouldn’t have much trouble getting to this attraction, because Mount Haleakala makes up over 75% or the island of Maui. This dormant volcano’s name means “House of the Sun,” and it’s one […]

March 18, 2014 at 8:19 pm 0 comments

Five Exotic Fruits From Booker’s Travels

Five Exotic Fruits From Booker’s Travels

A lot of great moments from our adventures don’t make it into the episodes. Here’s a sampling of some exotic fruits from all over the world that Booker didn’t get to show you… Bacuri The platonia, more commonly known as bacuri, grows in the Amazon rainforest. With an oval shape about 6 inches long, this papaya-like fruit has a white, […]

March 12, 2014 at 3:14 pm 0 comments

Passport PSA

Passport PSA

Have you ever had your travel plans upset by an expired passport or a visa that took forever to be processed? When you’ve been traveling for as many years as our team has, you tend to run into problems every now and then with documentation. Here are some tips to help make sure you get where you’re going! -Visa requirements […]

March 5, 2014 at 4:30 pm 0 comments

Darkest Waters Around the Globe

Darkest Waters Around the Globe

Swimming in Shadow: The Darkest Waters Around the Globe After reading THIS article on the clearest swimming holes around the world, Booker Travels wanted to see the darker side of things. These blackwater rivers are created when a deep river with a very slow current moves through swampland with lots of trees and plants. Certain chemicals from the plants move into […]

February 19, 2014 at 8:32 pm 0 comments