It is the most asked question on my social media channels for sure! How do you afford to travel for so long? Understandable! My Instagram profile literally says how many days I have now been continuously on the road and as of March 2021 that is 3,000 days. So how to afford to travel the world? This is my story...
Have you always dreamed of traveling somewhere off the beaten path and didn't know when, how and where? Then now this is your chance. Join me on a trip to Central Asia and explore Kyrgyzstan with me for 10 days at the end of April. Meet me and let’s create memories together…
This Dutchie met Tom during the second Traveltomtom Nambia group trip he organised to Namibia in the summer of 2021. I was always jealous of the pictures he posts on Instagram, even unfollowed him every now and then when I was not able to travel myself because of my work (oops 😉 ), but in the end I was always coming back to his page.
Too curious about his new adventures. When he announced his group trip I decided I wanted to live these adventures of him in real life, instead of via his camera lens. So despite Covid, I jumped on an airplane to the beautiful Namibia and “came as a follower, left as a friend”!
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Traveltomtom Group Trips done in 2021:
- Namibia 🇳🇦 - April ✅
- Namibia 🇳🇦 - July ✅
- Uganda 🇺🇬 - August ✅
SADLY Traveltomtom felt like putting the group trips on hold back in 2021 due the ongoing uncertainty regarding CØV$D. Ever since Uganda in August 2021 there has not been organized a Traveltomtom group trip so far. That however can change any moment.
These are Traveltomtom group trip ideas for the future:
- Tanzania 🇹🇿 - Climb Kilimanjaro
- Nepal🇳🇵- Everest Base Camp
- Trans Syberia Express 🇷🇺
- Western Mongolia 🇲🇳
- Iran 🇮🇷
- Brazil 🇧🇷 - Amazon
- Turkey 🇹🇷 - Climb Mt. Ararat
Just keep an eye open on the newsletter or my social media channels!
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You know I am all about off the beaten path and may be you know as well that Iceland is the last country in Europe I have not been to yet! So there we go…. February 2020 it is! A winter trip to Iceland ticking off another thing from my bucketlist: seeing the Northern Lights and you can join!
Sorry for the long wait but I am finally able to announce that the Traveltomtom Group Trip to Uganda is finalized.
After my recent trip to Uganda you guys got so super excited about seeing the gorillas that I couldn’t say no to organizing a Uganda group trip. BTW I LOVED it myself just as much that I wanted to travel to Uganda again soon! ;)
I am sure you have read some of my Uganda travel blogs or seen my Instagram stories. A Uganda trip is pretty adventurous although don’t worry I am not gonna put you on the back of a motorbike.
Finally it is back again on popular demand: Traveltomtom Group Trip.
Exactly a year after my first group trip to Iceland, I am excited to announce that I will host another group trip and this time we are going to Africa! Where exactly? NAMIBIA!
After the big success of the Namibia Group Trip in April, I am happy to announce another Traveltomtom Namibia Group Trip! My last group was so enthusiastic about the destination and your demand for another Namibia group trip was impressive and therefore I put together one more trip to Namibia.
One year after my short group trip to Iceland to see the Northern Lights I finally hosted another group trip. This time no snow and cold weather but the opposite, only sunshine and warm temperatures.
Namibia was the perfect destination to travel to during the pandemic. A bunch of cool people that had never met before were super excited to discover a new country. No one had been to Namibia before and for many it was their first visit to Africa.