Wonderlust Expeditions

Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can I come as a single traveler even if the trip is priced for double occupancy? 

A: Yes, you can. There may a nominal surcharge for single occupancy (to cover extra camp space fees) that is calculated on a per trip basis. 

Q: Can I bring a pet? 

A: Usually, the answer is no, since many of our journeys take place in wilderness settings or other areas with strict conservation and use policies. Service animals, however, are permitted.

Q: Do I need to bring my own camping gear? 

A: No, Wonderlust Expeditions supplies tents, cots, bedding, chairs, and all cooking equipment. For each trip we provide guests with a packing list of essential and suggested supplies. 

​Q: Will I have to set up my own tent?

A: No, the campsite will already be set up and ready for your trip when you arrive. We may ask you to assist with light clean-up duties at the end of the trip, but you won't need to put up or take down tents, cots, etc. 

​Q: What do Wonderlust campsites look like? 

A: While locations vary, we use the same set-up and equipment each time. Since a picture is worth a thousand words: 
Typical campsite set up for two participants at Grand Canyon
Double occupancy interior 
Q: What is the food like? 

A: Healthy, interesting, and delicious! Shane cooks to according to his own creativity and with what is available, so our menus tend to be regionally inspired. Breakfast is generally a simple buffet, lunches are usually bagged to take along on various adventures, and dinner is a plated meal. 
Q: Can you accommodate special diets? 

A: Yes, with advance knowledge we can accommodate most dietary restrictions - vegetarian, gluten-free, nut allergies, etc. However, we strongly encourage those with food restrictions to contact us directly to discuss their needs before booking. 
Typical camp meal
The Big Question: COVID-19

To comply with local regulations and to protect our guests, ourselves, the communities we visit and the artisans we work with, we require all participants to be vaccinated against Covid-19. Photocopies of your vaccine cards can be sent in along with other personal forms upon booking. 

We will be our own "pod" at Ghost Ranch. There will be hand sanitizer always available and a hand-washing station in our kitchen area at the campground in addition to the shared facilities. Within camp, in workshops led by Shane and Sarah at Ghost Ranch and in the Wonderlust van, mask-wearing is optional. In other venues that we visit, however, mask-wearing may be required. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. 
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