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Unbreak your mind on an existential journey to the High Atlas Mountains and feel the inspirational energy of the surrounding scenery flow through you. The Amazighs have long walked these lands. Farming. Trading. Living. And long delivered their goods beyond the Sahara desert to the cities of North Morocco.

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May 24 at 9:18 AM

India is one of the most overwhelming countries in the world. A place of immense beauty that will leave you with everlasting memories. Its aromas, colours, flavours, wonderful landscapes, chaotic cities and peaceful rural areas, but above all, the friendly and smiling people. Your vision of the world will not be the same after visiting this incredible country. Sadly, at Nomadic Tribe, we have put reservations on standby due to the terrible pandemic that affects us all, but especially India at t

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Dec 11, 2020 at 8:50 AM

The Fulani community is a crucial nomadic ethnic group in the African continent, and it is safe to say that every each of them has its particularities and traditions. You might have already read the famous “Pulaaku”, or code of behaviour of the Fulani; however, you might find yourself a little confused. As important as the British Royal Etiquette, it is better to prepare before arriving at your host community to avoid any misunderstanding or embarrassing moments! In this article, we will dis

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Konso Cultural Landscape: Terracing and Moringa

Copyright - Konso Cultural Centre. Find out more checking out the Konso people in our tribes section. A presentation of the cultural landscape inscribed in the world heritage list by Unesco.

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Ukrainian mosaic: five unique ethnic groups

The Lemko: Lemko ancestors were the ancient tribes of White Croats who lived on the slopes of the Carpathian Mountains. Today, Lemkos are scattered between Western Ukraine, Poland, and Slovakia.

The Boykos: Currently, the community inhabits the High Beskyd, the Gorgany Mountains, and most villages can be found in the Middle Carpathian Depression. In general, Boykos differ from area to area in dialect, dress, folk architecture, and customs.

The Hutsul: Hutsuls are called the Ukrainian mountaineers. Most Hutsuls live in Ivano-Frankivsk, Zakarpattia and Chernivtsi regions of Ukraine;  They are hospitable, but do not welcome strangers openly into their family.

The Bukovynians: Bukovyna was established as a province by the Austrian Empire. it is currently divided into two parts, the north belongs to Ukraine and the south to Romania.

The Podolians: Podillya is a region located in the west-central and south-western parts of Ukraine. Podolians began settling here in the 4th–3rd century BC. Podillya is derived from Old Slavic “po”, meaning “by/next to/along”, and “dol” – “valley”.

Ukraine is a multi-ethnic, multi-language and multi-culture country. It is home to many nationalities; twenty-two percent of Ukraine’s population is composed of ethnic minorities. Russians are the largest among them, about 17 percent of Ukraine’s population, who historically lived in the southern and eastern part of the country. Other significantly represented nationalities include Romanians, Belorusians, Crimean Tatars, Bulgarians, Hungarians, Poles, Jews, Greeks and Armenians. Source: euromaidampress

Ukrainian mosaic: five unique ethnic groups

The Lemko: Lemko ancestors were the ancient tribes of White Croats who lived on the slopes of the Carpathian Mountains. Today, Lemkos are scattered between Western Ukraine, Poland, and Slovakia.

The Boykos: Currently, the community inhabits the High Beskyd, the Gorgany Mountains, and most villages can be found in the Middle Carpathian Depression. In general, Boykos differ from area to area in dialect, dress, folk architecture, and customs.

The Hutsul: Hutsuls are called the Ukrainian mountaineers. Most Hutsuls live in Ivano-Frankivsk, Zakarpattia and Chernivtsi regions of Ukraine;  They are hospitable, but do not welcome strangers openly into their family.

The Bukovynians: Bukovyna was established as a province by the Austrian Empire. it is currently divided into two parts, the north belongs to Ukraine and the south to Romania.

The Podolians: Podillya is a region located in the west-central and south-western parts of Ukraine. Podolians began settling here in the 4th–3rd century BC. Podillya is derived from Old Slavic “po”, meaning “by/next to/along”, and “dol” – “valley”.

Ukraine is a multi-ethnic, multi-language and multi-culture country. It is home to many nationalities; twenty-two percent of Ukraine’s population is composed of ethnic minorities. Russians are the largest among them, about 17 percent of Ukraine’s population, who historically lived in the southern and eastern part of the country. Other significantly represented nationalities include Romanians, Belorusians, Crimean Tatars, Bulgarians, Hungarians, Poles, Jews, Greeks and Armenians. Source: euromaidampress

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Memories of my trip to the Edge of the World, one of the most amazing landscapes in Saudi Arabia. Also known as Jebel Fihrayn, it is an unexpected and dramatic geological wonder in the rocky desert northwest of Riyadh, that has witnessed for millennia the passing of countless ancient tribes.

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Memories of my trip to the Edge of the World, one of the most amazing landscapes in Saudi Arabia. Also known as Jebel Fihrayn, it is an unexpected and dramatic geological wonder in the rocky desert northwest of Riyadh, that has witnessed for millennia the passing of countless ancient tribes. 

#wewilltravelagainsoon #saudiarabia #lifechangingexperiences