…or ten. (I’m looking at you Japan and Thailand…)
Now, once I grow to really love a place and have a “feel” for it, I naturally want to share it with others.
To make this happen, I host group trips to a few select destinations once or twice per year. Past itineraries have included a week-long private sailboat charter through the Greek isles, a week at Burning Man for a bunch of first-timers, culinary tours through Japan, private Serengeti photo safaris, and a week of co-working/living in a castle in Scotland (with regular whiskey distillery visits, of course).
The trips are anywhere from one- to two-weeks or so in length, and happen sporadically; depending on where I want to go next, what the season is, if there are any cool events happening, etc.
- Tanzanian Safari Adventure (November 30 – December 7, 2019 + Post-trip to summit Kilimanjaro, December 9-16)
- Eat Japan #5 (March 14-24, 2020)
- Patch Adventures Japan (April 2020, Private)
- The Bucketlist Lifestyle: Japan (April 2020, Private)
- Sail Croatia (May 30-June 6, 2020)
- Explore Bhutan (Late October-Early November)
The groups are made up of a small number of cool, open-minded, well-traveled guys and gals, and because of that fact, many new friendships made by the end of every journey.
Now, this is not much of a “money-making” venture per se–for me, it’s all about the experience of getting together a group of awesome people somewhere fun and seeing what happens. That being said, I do charge enough to take care of my trip expenses, as well as cover the time put into organizing everything.
I usually start prepping these adventures six to twelve months in advance, and let my friends in on the details once everything comes together.
If you’d like to keep up-to-date of any upcoming adventures, be sure to enter your name and email below and I’ll send details as they are put together.
Hope you’re able to join me on a trip sometime~