We Seek Experiences
World Nomads seek experiences that get the heart pumping, the taste buds tingling, our minds expanding to quench our never ending lust for adventure.
Photographing the Last Reindeer Herders - Sweden - WorldNomads.com
Chaotic, gritty, and bustling with colour and movement, experiencing Delhi is not for the faint hearted - watch as nomad Andre plunges head first into the city by visiting Chandni Chowk, Delhi's oldest marketplace.
"The contrast I saw between my own standard of living and theirs haunted me. No one with a heart is ever really the same. So I feel that something has changed within me- if anything, I feel more grateful. Before India, I used to say to myself, “Yeah, I know I’m fortunate. I know it.” But did I really? We got it way better than most."
Inside India: Celebrating Holi and Delhi Belly - Worldwide - WorldNomads.com
Sandboarding In Swakopmund, Namibia...traveller Sussan Mourad challenges her definition of adventure and survives a wipeout on 'Big Mamma'.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. For the Himba women that means covering themselves in ochre and fat. Watch as they transform a traveller into a tribal woman…and see the tribe’s reaction.
Lapa, the heart of bohemian Rio, is also home to the world-famous Lapa Steps - a tribute to the Brazilian people by artist Jorge Selarón. Experience this whimsical attraction for yourself...
What happens in Rio's street parties during Carnaval? Watch as our nomads weave their way through the spirited streets and discover how to celebrate the Brazilian way!
[Video] Catch the football fever in Rio (A must watch for those of you awaiting the World Cup!) bit.ly/15l9WmQ
[VIDEO] - Rio - The Heart of Carnaval - There are times in your life you experience something truly amazing, then less than 24 hours later, something comes along and trumps it. Chris Noble, GM of WorldNomads.com shares his experience of Carnaval in Rio.
Romancing the Road: "Why is it that we seem to find romance on the road so much easier than at home?"
Diving Hot Spots Along Australia’s East Coast - Off the Beaten Path
Travel Malaysia - A World Nomad Eats Bull Penis Soup In Penang. Hanna Butler, the winner of World Nomads 2012 Travel Writing Scholarship, travelled to Southeast Asia to immerse herself in the local culture and write about her experiences. In Penang, Malaysia, Hanna visits a night market where she sits down to try a steaming bowl of bull penis soup, famed for it's Viagra-like qualities. Watch her experience to see if she feels "the power".
A World Nomad Eats Bull Penis Soup In Penang (no...really)
Road trip or fun adventure? We had a hard time deciding where to pin this one: "Dades valley in #Morocco. Beautiful place, especially this mountain road."