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
Ibrahim Sarhan

Apr 15 at 7:59 AM is in Jazan, Saudi Arabia

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.

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. 

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.