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This is why Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh is worth a visit

Undoubtedly the most underrated country in whole Asia, Bangladesh is also the least touristy destination on the planet. Being the 8th most populous country in…

Masjid e No Gonbad – 9th century ruins in Balkh, Afghanistan

Balkh is a city in northern Afghanistan, about fifteen minutes drive from Mazar-i-Sharif. Throughout history, Balkh has always been an important Buddhist, Zoroastrian and Islamic…

Visiting the Pyramids of Giza in Cairo – Ancient Egypt

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…

Visit Iraq – 25 Amazing places possible to Travel in 2016-2017

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,…

Mesopotamian Marshes, The rebirth of Iraqi Venice

The Mesopotamian Marshes are a wetland region located in southern Iraq, a natural monument that also includes part of Southwest Iran. These are considered to…

Adventure travel videos

Collection of interesting adventure travel videos filmed and edited by Nomad Revelations. Running down Fogo Volcano, Cape Verde ๐Ÿ“† Published on 23/12/2015 – West Africa…

Hitchhiking Iraqi Kurdistan – Thumbing from Dohuk to Aqrah

If you’re thinking aboutย Hitchhiking Iraqi Kurdistan, I hope this travelogue motivates you for such an adventure. I visited Northern Iraq for 11 days.ย Kurdish people are…

Visit Half Moon Island – forsaken humid Antarctica

It was dark and foggy in Antarctica. My descent towards the south end of Half Moon Island was disagreeably damp, musty and cold, but yet…

Laas Geel – Incredible 9000-year-old rock paintings in Somaliland

Do you want to visit Laas Geel Rock Paintings in Somaliland? I entered Somaliland walking, coming from Ethiopia through the Wajaale border. After exploring the…

Ben Amera & Ben Aicha – Mauritania Isolated Desert Monoliths

The mighty void of Sahara Desert reveals interesting facts and fascinating legends. 4 km / 2.4 mi from a little desert village on the railway…

Nomads, Tombs and Petroglyphs – Jebel Adad in Ouarzazate, Morocco

Ouarzazate is a famous south Moroccan destination. Often called as the “The door of the desert,” Ouarzazate is the starting point for several desert tours,…

13 Days in Tunisia, North Africa – Backpacking Travel Guide

Tunisia is a fabulous destination, mixing different aspects such as the Mediterranean Sea, Arabic Andalus, Ottoman influence, Roman ruins and Sahara Desert. All this in…

Djemaa El-Fna Marrakesh – Insanity Beyond Expectations

Marrakesh is a fascinating city. Founded back in 1071 by the Berber Almoravid sultan Youssef Ibn Tachfine, Marrakesh has one of the most chaotic urban…

Lake Tana, Stone Castles and Holy Wars – Ethiopia

All along the 16th and 17th centuries, the ancient region of Abyssinia was struggling to maintain its millennial-year old cultural values, protecting its religion and…

Tiraspol, the capital of a country that doesn’t exist: Transnistria

Did you know that there are some countries that don’t exist? Well, they do exist but they are not recognized by the United Nations. This…

Ultimate Kurdistan Travel Guide – Northern Iraq

Welcome to my page with information about traveling in Northern Iraq, aka Iraqi Kurdistan. Many people ask me why I visited Iraq and why I…

Mazar-i-Sharif – Afghan city of the Noble Shrine

Mazar-i-Sharif is a Shiite Muslim holy city located in northern Afghanistan. Without a doubt that Mazar holds its international recognition due to the famous Shrine…

Timbuktu the Mysterious – Deep inside the Malian desert

Timbuktu is located deep inside the Malian desert. During many centuries, Timbuktu was off-limits for foreigners and non-Muslims. Its geographic location and complicated political, religion…

Crossing the Guianas Overland step-by-step – South America

The north-eastern region of South America is commonly called as “The Guianas”. The name Guiana means “land of many waters” and comes from local Amerindian…

Chernobyl & Pripyat, Ukraine – Surviving the Dead Zone

Chernobyl is an infamous place in Ukraine that got the world’s attention on April 26th, 1986, when the Reactor No. 4 of its Power Plant…

South Sudan – The Ultimate Backpacking Guide to the country

South Sudan was internationally declared independent at midnight on the 9th of July 2011. At this time all South Sudanese celebrated and ended 20 years…

Somaliland, Horn of Africa – Exhaustive Travel Guide

A Travel Guide to Somaliland? Never heard about this country? Well, that’s because it doesn’t really exist. Yet… Somaliland is a self-proclaimed country that technically,…



Visual artist shares inspiring photos and exotic travel destinations. Adventure travel blogger with ideas and narratives to motivate independent travelers and audacious backpackers. Intense journeys into more than 126 countries around Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Europe, North America, South America and Oceania since 1999. Expat in Morocco - North Africa since 2007, polyglot and proud Lonely Planet Pathfinders blogger.

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