Special August 2010 fares for multi-stop tickets on BootsnAll

One of the most common questions any vagabonder has to answer is “what route will I take?” The number of requests for feedback on a person’s RTW itinerary on the BootsnAll travel message boards is staggering, especially after so many years of relatively similar questions being answered already. But if a RTW trip is something you don’t plan to do more than once in your life, it’s important to put some thought into the itinerary.

Of course, what constitutes the “right” itinerary isn’t going to be the same for everyone. There are the sun worshipers who’ll chase beach season around the world, the design fanatics who geek out over great architecture cities, and those who’ll plan a trip around where to run marathons around the world. If your itinerary isn’t so focused on a single interest, and especially if you’re looking for some inspiration for places to hit on your RTW trip, then this month’s ticket deals might be just the place to start.

Here are the new special deals on multi-stop airline tickets available through BootsnAll – these deals are good through August 31, 2010:

  • Los Angeles or San Francisco – Bangkok – Singapore – Denpasar (Bali) – Hong Kong – Los Angeles or San Francisco, from $US1149 plus taxes
  • Los Angeles – Shanghai – Delhi – London – Los Angeles, from US$1199 plus taxes
  • New York – London – Paris – Prague – Rome – Athens – Overland On Your Own – Istanbul – Dubai – Cape Town – Overland On Your Own – Johannesburg – Dar es Salaam – Overland On Your Own – Nairobi – Bombay / Mumbai – Delhi – Bangkok – Singapore – Denpasar (Bali) – Darwin – Cairns – Overland On Your Own -Sydney – Nadi (Fiji) – Honolulu – Los Angeles – New York, from US$3499 plus taxes

If none of these sample itineraries is what you’re looking for in your round the world trip, then start planning the trip that suits you with our RTW trip planner.

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