Located in Bristol, Virginia, WALLSabout Travel offers exceptionally crafted, personalized journeys for small or private groups to four of the world’s most intriguing destinations: Africa, Cuba, Australia and New Zealand. Each luxury trip includes a hand-selected guide, accommodations and dining experiences unique to each culture, and carefully planned transportation to provide optimal exposure to the diversity, natural beauty and cultural opportunities afforded by each location.
Walls notes that WALLSabout Travel journeys are not guided photography tours, but rather optimized itineraries focused on the experience.
“The premise that makes WALLSabout Travel distinctive is my dedication to curating a genuinely memorable and immersive trip — one that connects participants to the incredible world we live in and maximizes their time,” Walls says. “I draw on my previous journeys to each location to weed out common frustrations and ensure guests receive the best possible travel experiences.”
2017-2018 WALLSabout travel itineraries include:
• Africa — July 17 - 27, 2017 (a July 2018 trip is currently being planned)
• Cuba — January 12 - 21, 2018
• Australia — February 26 - March 10, 2018
• New Zealand — March 11 - 20, 2018
VIP introductory pricing is available for the first six participants of each 2018 journey, which Walls will personally guide. Only two slots remain for the 2017 WALLSabout Travel trip to Africa, with a handful of spaces left for the 2018 departures. Custom itineraries for each trip are available upon request. For more information, visit www.wallsabout.com.
WALLSabout Travel, a name derived from the Aussie term “walkabout,” is located inside the Benjamin Walls Fine Art Gallery, located at 701 State Street in Bristol, Virginia.
Benjamin Walls is the owner of the Benjamin Walls Gallery and founder of WALLSabout Travel. Over the past decade, he has traveled more than 1 million miles, photographing on every continent save Antarctica. Walls is a four-time Smithsonian exhibitor, two-time exhibitor in the Natural History Museum of London, and winner of six international awards. For more information, visit www.benjaminwalls.com or www.wallsabout.com.