Current Events and Activities in Central Oregon, Voluntoursim, New Year's Eve in Bend, Moonlight Snowshoe Tours

Special Events at Wanderlust Tours

Winter is here! We love snowshoeing throughout the winter - during the day and under the night sky. And who wouldn't want to explore the amazing wild caves of Central Oregon?

Find out what makes Bend, Oregon such a great place to vacation, and live. 
We invite you and your family to join us this winter to create some unforgettable memories on any one of our amazing tours! We have an exciting new host of Special Events each season.  

In Bend, we do Valentine's Day a little differently. While we're always a fan of a good dinner and a great movie, what we love even more is stepping out into the forest on a pair of snowshoes and heading to a warm bonfire with hot drinks and dessert. Join us Wednesday the 14th for a spectacular evening in the middle of the week. 


Voluntourism: Cave Cleanup

For over a decade and a half, Wanderlust Tours has been giving back to mother nature and bringing our community together through our Cave Cleanup. We have partnered with local businesses and volunteers to clean up this area. We can't wait to share about it after the event! 

Once every 20 years or so, there is no full moon in February, but the month is surrounded by two full moons in both January and March. So this year, because we have a Black Moon in February, we are taking a Starlight Snowshoe Tour where we will take in the night sky with no visible moon. 

Art in Nature:
Tours with Survivorman

We are so excited to partner with the Tower Theatre to present a spectacular list of activities featuring Survivorman: Les Stroud. Join us for a morning kayaking tour or an underground cave adventure and hear stories and songs of his adventures. 

New Year's Eve
Bonfire on the Snow

The only place you want to be when we leave 2018 behind and greet the new year. Join us for a magical evening on the snow complete with hot cocoa, a glowing bonfire, and a saxophone serenade. Is it December yet?