My friends Mike and Anne Howard of HoneyTrek.com have a new book coming out next week (October 1). Mike and Anne have been living nomadically since they left on their honeymoon in 2012 and never came home. They’ve lived all around the world and just completed a 73,000-mile glamping quest. Their book—”Comfortably Wild“—is drawn from that trip, on which they glamped in over 60 places across nine countries over two years.
“Comfortably Wild” by Mike and Anne Howard ($29.95 on Amazon)
“Comfortably Wild” is being billed as the first-ever guide to glamping in North America. The book’s description on Amazon reads like this:
“Think outside the big-box hotels and discover North America’s most inspiring outdoor getaways. In the first guide of its kind, authors Mike and Anne Howard of the acclaimed blog HoneyTrek.com dive into the origins of glamping and the 21st-century craving for unconventional experiences that effortlessly connect us with nature, loved ones, and ourselves. Each chapter of Comfortably Wild offers a unique way to vacation, like the boutique farmstays in ‘Cultivate,’ wellness retreats in ‘Rejuvenate,’ and action-packed journeys of ‘In Motion.’ Alongside hundreds of gorgeous photographs and inspiring stories from the Howards’ 73,000-mile glamping quest, this guide offers practical tips to find your ideal destinations and mobilize a lifetime of unforgettable adventures.
“Comfortably Wild Features:
- Over 70 destinations across 9 countries, plus 80 extra getaways by region in the book’s North America Glamping Directory
- Roundups of unique outdoor accommodations at vineyards, wildlife sanctuaries, hot springs, state parks, and more
- HoneyTrek Tips offering the best deals, local secrets, and tested-and-approved travel advice
- Vacation Matchmaker pinpointing the best destinations for your trip style
- Random Awesomeness featuring wacky one-of-a-kind destinations from cave mansions to ski-on-ski-off treehouses
- Packing lists, cooking ideas, handy apps, and booking sites to get you glamping”
I haven’t read it but my good friend, TV travel personality Samantha Brown, has. She says: “I love that this book isn’t just about beautiful glamping properties, it’s also about the experiences that make our travels resonate and the incredible people that bring them to fruition. Helpful and inspiring, Comfortably Wild is the guide that every North American traveler needs.”
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