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Join our nomads as they walk the Kumano Kodo in Japan, Via Francigena in western Europe, and Adam’s Peak in Sri Lanka, basking in tranquility and history, and meditating on the power of nature.
Exploring by kayak offers access to places you can’t reach by car or on foot and up-close encounters with wildlife. Our nomads share their favorite kayaking adventures around the country.
Not a skier? Not a problem. These fun and memorable winter activities will get you out in the snowy wilderness all over the United States.
The sport of mountain biking originated in the United States, so it’s no surprise that there are endless great places to ride here, whatever your skill level. Our nomads share their favorites around the country.
The United States offers fantastic hiking every month of the year. Our nomads share their favorites – from easy day trips to multi-day treks – that let you enjoy the best of the seasons and the regions while avoiding the crowds.
The hardest part of the COVID-19 pandemic for many of us has been being apart from our loved ones. When it’s safe to travel and gather, our Nomads community shares how they'll reconnect with friends and family.
Craving crowd-free serenity? Longing for pristine beaches? Fascinated by wildife, nature, and history? These gorgeous archipelagos just off the US coast are exactly what you need.
Our nomads share where they were planning to go this year, where they’re going instead, and why it will still be amazing.
Outdoor activities are one of the safest ways to explore during COVID-19. To inspire you, our nomads share their favorite hikes, treks, and bike rides, and what made them so special.
Our nomads reveal their most memorable overland trips, and the ones they’re longing to do.
From celebrating the richness of Caribbean culture to reckoning with the past, these museums offer a unique take on the region’s heritage.
From restoring a coral reef in Bonaire, to finding a secret surf spot in Panama, to learning how to bomba dance in Puerto Rico, these nomads share their most indelible moments.
From a Maypole festival in Nicaragua to Trinidad's famed Carnival, these celebrations highlight the region’s food, music, and diverse culture.
There's plenty of local culture, natural beauty, and epic architecture to discover off the beaten path in towns like Chocolow, Sanok, and Zamosc.
From a 20-story homage to New York street art, to a humble memorial to Navajo war heroes, these museums offer unique insights into American culture.
If you think cities like Detroit, Oakland, or Oklahoma City are derelict, scary, or dull, think again. Our nomads share eight misunderstood cities that are worth a visit.
A winter festival centered around a dead guy. A gathering of poetic cowboys. A huge marionette set ablaze. These are just a few of the weird and wonderful events happening around the US.
Get gorgeous scenery without the crowds in Goblin Valley, the North Cascades, the Great Sand Dunes, and the Buffalo National River.
A stunning natural phenomenon in Nebraska. Surfing in Wisconsin. Portuguese culture in Cape Cod. As these nomads discovered, the US is full of wonderful surprises.
There’s lots to see in New York, LA, SF, Miami, and Houston – but you’re missing out if you never leave the city limits.
Malaria is found throughout Rwanda, and there are other health issues travelers need to consider. Find out how to stay healthy while traveling in this east African country.
Get to know the public transport options before you arrive in New York, Portland, LA, Seattle or Austin with these tips from nomads.
From getting in the ring at a Lucha Libre match to exploring the Yucatán's fairy tale-pink lakes, our nomads share their most indelible adventures.
Maybe you’ve never considered visiting Zacatecas or Xcalak. Maybe, when you hear "Chihuahua," you only think of tiny dogs. Here’s why our nomads think these towns are worth a look.