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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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Jan 11 at 10:31 AM

As part of its commitment to support Indigenous Communities and their livelihood around the world, Nomadic Tribe is partnering up with the World Indigenous Forum 2021. The World Indigenous Forum is the world's largest indigenous-focused event, bringing investors and businesses together to create partnerships that unlock indigenous wealth for all. Join world leaders, governments, impact investors and leading indigenous businesses at the first ever live, online edition in January 2021. Help set 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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During my trip with Nomadic Tribe to live with the Nenets in Siberia I discovered that the clothes made by the tribe protected me more from the cold - around minus 30 degrees C - than the toughest adventure clothing I had brought from home. In the photo wearing the Malitsa, which is a Nenet coat made of around 4 reindeer skins -the fur being closest to the skin on the inside and the blue fabric on the outside-. ​@The Nenet​ #siberia #adventure

During my trip with Nomadic Tribe to live with the Nenets in Siberia I discovered that the clothes made by the tribe protected me more from the cold - around minus 30 degrees C - than the toughest adventure clothing I had brought from home. In the photo wearing the Malitsa, which is a Nenet coat made of around 4 reindeer skins -the fur being closest to the skin on the inside and the blue fabric on the outside-. ​@The Nenet​ #siberia #adventure