Rafting with an incoming thunderstorm 🌩..
This young captain was only 9 years old but he got us back to the village safe and sound!
#Thailand #rafting #river
In the traditional Amazigh families, like the friendly one that hosted me in Tizgga -one of the highest villages in the Atlas Mountains in Morocco- women look after the house and make crafts such as ceramics and colorful wool carpets, while men take care of livestock. Their stone houses carved into the sides of the mountains take you back to the Middle Ages.
#amazigh #atlasmountains #morocco #nomadictribe #explorer
Gloomy day at the Chichicastenango market, one of the biggest in all Central America, but flowers and spices kept it overall colourful! Members of the #K’iché and #Mam tribes sell here artisan goods and you can taste delicious traditional food.. be aware, it can be pretty spicy 🌶 😬 #guatemala #centralamerica #traditionalfood
While our horizons may be closer to home at present they will eventually broaden again and we’ll discover them afresh.
Saudi Arabia’s Al-Dayer Bani Malek province is characterized by its stone castles and fortresses (considered the largest gathering stone fortresses in the world) along with the agricultural terraces that produce the finest coffee and other local crops.
Thanks to Nomadic Tribe I had the chance to spend a few days in a Himba village in northern Namibia. It was a life changing experience. I often find myåself thinking about the families we met there, and the children I spent hours playing with. I would love to visit again, especially now that I know more about them and their culture/language.
Kente is a type of silk or cotton fabric made of strips of woven fabric and it’s native to the Akan ethnic group in western Ghana. Each design and color has its own meaning starting from very ancient tradition! This was bought in Ghana and was made by a local association... we joined the village after hours of dirt roads and... love at first sight 🙂kente#culturalheritage#traditions
Baobab trees can grow up to 28 meters tall in north central Namibia. Also called the Tree of Life (Omukwa waaMbalantu) in the local vernacular, it can measure approximately 26 m in circumference. This means that 25 adults holding hands with arms outstretched would have to circle the tree. #himbaland #namibia #nomadictribe #explorer
From a very remote valley near Tathleelth city, south of Saudi Arabia.
Beautiful natural rock formation in Majame' Al-Hadab area, around 500 km south of Riyadh city, Saudi Arabia
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The true essence of happiness in 90 sec!
My #experience with the #Nenets in #Siberia
Decided to practice social distancing in the desert 🐪 time to self reflect and plan ahead ... praying for every to be safe during this tough time and for everyone who is going through this in hospitals or in self quarantine to know that there is a better tomorrow and to stay hopeful, fight for your life and hopefully one day you will see this view for yourself 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼❤️
My 5 years old Son started his adventure with his 1st Solo skiing today ... can not wait for My Adventure to start ..I am going to live with a Tribe 😍
Standing near one of the most beautiful and unique rock inscription in Arabia, shows a camel on its real size, on an elevated rock, with gallery style presentation. It is the only inscription in Arabia (and maybe in the world) that imitate the real size of the camel. Location is around 100 km east of Najran City, Saudi Arabia.
Much respect for Ibrahim Sarhan for taking that step we all dream about and living a true authentic experience with remarkable people. This documentary by him shows the beauty of Jabal Al-Qahar which is located in the south of Saudi Arabia and the people who live in it are simply remarkable. One of my dreams now is to go there 😩
Photo credit: Ibrahim Sarhan
Lovely magical welcome at Larabanga Mosque #Larabanga#Ghana#earthconstruction#sudanesearchitecture
Camel and snow.
In the phenomenon of rare nature, snow fell in northern Saudi Arabia in NEOM.
The Bedouins' delight documented!