Founders Allyson Wiley and Nigel Weekes created the Bohemian Highway Travel Company — fondly known as “Boho” — to share their love of this region with the world. They’re Sonoma Valley locals who are passionate travelers themselves. They’re drawn to all things organic, sustainable, and farm-to-table. They’re campers and “glampers,” unoaked Chardonnay-lovers, and connoisseurs of the truffle-fry.
Allyson is a native of the area and has spent the better part of the last two decades as a professional photographer. Her images have appeared globally — from magazine covers to television, billboards to presentations at the United Nations headquarters. She uses her camera as a tool for exploration and a deeper understanding of the world around her.
Nigel is originally from New Zealand, where he comes by his love of wine and a farm-fresh lifestyle. He shares with Allyson a serious case of wanderlust, and the two have traveled extensively around the globe with their three children. Nigel crafts his own beer, and his affection for hops, fermentation, and the craft-brew process is rivaled only by his serious devotion to the game of rugby.
The couple loves the high/low character of Sonoma, where hard-working winemakers with grape-stained hands can clean up and celebrate over cocktails at night. And they relish sharing new adventures — both high and low — with Boho’s guests from around the world.