Nomad Revelations is a famous Adventure Travel Blog with ideas and exotic narratives to inspire independent travelers and audacious backpackers. Intense journeys into more than 126 countries across Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Europe, North America, South America and Oceania since 1999.
Sudan, Lebanon, Belarus, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi
Madagascar, Mongolia, Japan, Algeria, Togo, Benin, Burkina Faso
Ghana, Somalia, Abkhazia, South Ossetia, Yemen, Niger
Egypt is a country that takes us back in time. One cannot mention the city of Cairo without thinking about the Nile River, the pharaohs…
Khertvisi, now in ruins, is one of the oldest forts in Georgia. Georgia is a country of the Caucasus, on the coast of the Black…
Iraq is a fascinating country located in Western Asia. Touristically speaking, Iraq lost its place in the world tourism arena. For a long time forgotten,…
Welcome to the biggest list of travel blogs and websites on the Internet. YES, 2300 blogs! The aim of creating this list is to gather...
Chefchaouen - the Blue city of Morocco. Somehow, this blue painted old city stands out with a peculiar charm. Chefchaouen is undoubtedly one of the...
Spent 15 days exploring Iceland driving on my own. Iceland is a transcontinental island located in Europe and North America, between the North Atlantic...
People often point out reasons to dislike North Korea. Personally I only travel to enjoy places and things such as colors, people, little details, architecture, sounds, tastes, sunsets...
Animals are amazing. Wild and Beautiful. Everyone loves animal photos and wildlife pictures, so on this page I assemble a few photos of the Best...
Iran is an amazing country. Do you have any doubts about it? I know that the general opinion in the West is that Iran is...
I spent 16 days in the Galapagos Islands. When I decided to travel to Galapagos, I didn't want to make any cruise. What I had...
My name is João Leitão. I’m a 36-year-old Visual Artist born in the beautiful city of Lisbon. I'm into adventure travel, photography and cooking. Human contact and communication are very important, so interaction with people from other countries has always stimulated me to travel more. I'm basically a sponge... a little kid backpacking around the world and absorbing new things on a daily basis. Welcome to my travel blog.
Crossed the Himalayan Zoji Pass at 11,575 ft / 3,528 m, hitchhiking on a truck all the way to Leh - from Kashmir to Ladakh - India.
Participated in crazy car rallies such as the Caucasus Challenge and the Central Asia Rally. The price of my Caucasus Challenge's car was only $40. During the Central Asia Rally I drove a car from Hungary - Europe, all the way to Tajikistan - Central Asia.
Made a 5,000 mi / 9,000 km road trip in Southern Africa, driving across Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, Swaziland, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Cycled across the Sahara Desert in Morocco.
Hitchhiked down to West Africa and returned home on a fish cargo airplane.
After a century-old evening ritual, I eventually end up feeding hyenas in Ethiopia.
I find Jemaa el Fna square in Marrakech one of the craziest places in the world.
Had bread cooking classes in The Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Camped wildly in the Kazakhstan mountains.
By several travel related misunderstandings I've been detained by the police in South Sudan, Spain, Mauritania, Barbados, Morocco, The Democratic Republic of the Congo, Monaco, Uzbekistan, Germany, Nagorno-Karabakh, Lithuania and Russia.
Overlanded from Kathmandu to Lhasa - Nepal to Tibet (China).
Had guns pointed at me in Mauritania, Iran, The Democratic Republic of the Congo and Mali.
Lived half-year in Lviv - Ukraine.
Made an amazing trip, driving in Afghanistan on my own.
Took part in a 22-hour trip from Gao to Timbuktu - northern Mali, perched on top of the cargo of a pick-up truck along with 18 local men.
Volunteered in Almaty, south Kazakhstan. I was responsible for almost 30 kids and my job was to teach them about self-expression through the use of plastic arts.
Spent 15 days driving in Iceland, across the Ring Road and the Westfjords.
Worked on a farm located in upstate New York.
During 6 months I compiled a list of 2300 travel blogs and made it available online.
Lived like a monk in a Buddhist Monastery in Nepal.
Was invited to an authentic Amazigh triple marriage in Sahara Desert. This was one of my best travel experiences.
Took photography classes in New York city with the famous photographer Steve Mccurry.
Was the first travel blogger to enter the new country of South Sudan.
Made three one-month train trips across Europe.
Got malaria in The Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Lived half-year in Istanbul, Turkey.
Made a 8,700 mi / 14,000 km road trip in South America, driving across Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Peru and Uruguay.
Bought a very cheap last minute Galapagos cruise in Puerto Ayora.
Went to North Korea and liked it a lot.
Lived half-year in Finland on an exchange student Art Program at SAMK - Satakunnan ammattikorkeakoulu.
Made a trip to Tibet, very rewarding at a spiritual level.
Visited the infamous Chernobyl Dead Zone, where the worst nuclear disaster in the history of mankind took place.
Spent a few days in Tiraspol, the capital city of Pridnestrovia - a country that doesn't exist.
Crossed the Amazon River by boat during approximately 550 hours, while sleeping in a hammock for several months.
Made a 2,723 mi / 4,383 km road trip in Russia, driving 20 days during the extreme cold month of February.
Had the opportunity to make an amazing two-week Antarctica expedition down to the Antarctic Circle.
I’ve been an extremely curious person since early age, and always loved to explore new countries and encounter different people, architectural styles, historical backgrounds, religions, food, smells, sights, languages, and sounds. Travel totally fits my personality.Read more about this blog
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