Posted: 5/10/22 | May 10th, 2022
Are you looking for more than just another group tour? How about a tour that takes you off the beaten path and connects you with local experts who will give you deeper insight into the places you visit? One that peels back the layers behind the popular sights to give you a memorable, authentic experience?
If your answer is yes, then I think one of our new tours is for you! Because our Nomadic Network tours are for people who want to travel – not vacation.
A couple of months ago, we announced we were going to start hosting group tours. These tours give you the chance to travel with other members of our community, meet locals who will show you what it’s like to live in each destination, and teach you about the food, culture, and history of the places you’ll see. They are unique, in-depth experiences — not your standard cookie-cutter tours.
We created all the itineraries, picked the accommodations, and worked with local experts and friends we’ve met through years of traveling the world so you get the kind of unique travel experience we espouse on this website. The experiences we have, the things we see, the people we meet – it’s all meant to be about getting you to learn and understand the countries we visit.
I’m super excited to be offering more tours this fall!
And, while all these tours will be led by a local licensed tour guide, the team and I will also be joining some of the tours to share these experiences with you. We love these itineraries and our community so much we want to be there with you when these tours finally launch.
Here’s where we are going this fall:
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The Nomadic Network Jordan Tour
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to explore Jordan, one of the most alluring countries on the planet. Our itinerary is packed with traditional experiences and local interactions, making it ideal for any traveler who wishes to truly absorb the fascinating history, culture, and landscapes of Jordan.
You’ll wander Petra, spend two nights in the dramatic Wadi Rum desert, swim in the Dead Sea, dine with local Bedouins, hike the underrated northern part of the country, and eat some of the best meals in the world. Jordan has a vibrant culture, long history, and incredible food scene that we’ll explore in detail on this tour.
Dates: September 2 – 12
Where we visit: Amman, Jerash, Madaba, Petra, Wadi Rum, Dead Sea
Length: 11 days
Number of people: 10 to 15
The Nomadic Network Morocco Tour
Morocco is enthralling — full of food, a rich culture, beautiful ruins, and maze-like medinas. From the high Atlas Mountains to the desert to the coasts, Morocco is a country that mesmerizes.
On our tour, you’ll sleep in a yurt among the dunes of the Sahara, explore medinas and ancient ruins, eat fantastic food, go for hikes, visit small villages that embrace a traditional way of life, and interact with Berber, Bedouin, and Gnawa communities. If you’re looking for a culturally immersive experience in an exotic destination, this is the tour for you!
Dates: October 23 – November 4
Where we visit: Casablanca, Meknes, Fes, Middle Atlas, Ifrane, Ziz Valley, Merzouga, Erfoud, Essaouira, Marrakech, Sahara Desert, Dades Valley, Ouarzazate, Tisseldei
Length: 13 days
Number of people: 10 to 15
The Nomadic Network Oaxaca, Mexico Tour
Oaxaca is one of the gastronomic centers of Mexico and ground zero for most of the world’s mezcal production. So, if you love to eat and drink, this is the tour for you! Oaxaca is a city that sucks you in and quickly makes you fall in love with it. In fact, since I fell in love with Oaxaca I’ll be joining you on this tour — because I just can’t get enough of this place!
You’ll take day trips to see how Mezcal is made, hike nearby mountains, explore stunning waterfalls, admire Mayan ruins, and eat your way through the city’s incredible culinary scene. Oaxaca is one of the most magical places in Mexico and this trip is perfect for foodies, Mezcal lovers, and those looking to see Mexico in a different light.
Dates: October 2 – 9
Where we visit: Oaxaca and surrounding area
Length: 6 days
Number of people: 10 to 15
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