Hi, I’m Nate. On July 30th, 2012, I left my career behind, hopped on a plane, and began permanently roaming the planet. Yomadic was created as entertainment for wander-lusters, dreamers, and lovers of unsung locations – and to record my own long-term journey.
In early 2014, I began offering small-gang-Untours to unique and somewhat unknown destinations, including Iran, Serbia, Albania, Montenegro, Ukraine, Bosnia & Herzegovina, and Macedonia. Consistently sold-out, leading these tours is the best “job” I’ve ever had – and my biggest reward is the number of people that return for another Yomadic journey.
Within Yomadic you’ll find a growing compendium of travel secrets, future tourist hot-spots, stories from peoples-uprisings, tales of train journeys through post-Soviet lands, and impossible twenty-eight-nation road-trips in 350-Euro French hatch-backs. Photos of decaying Communist-era architecture, remote nature, and street photography from cities around the world.
Yomadic has been featured in rag-tag publications like the Washington Post, USA Today, Lonely Planet, the BBC, the Sunday Times on two different continents, the largest news website in Australia, and The Huffington Post.
Mostly, I’m glad you’re here and I hope you stick around.
PS, thousands of people receive my infrequent travel updates from all over the globe (sent in between power blackouts in Tajikistan, patchy internet in Iran, and the distractions of Albanian beaches). My email followers are my favourites – pop in your address, I’d love to send you the next post and exclusive offers for future Yomadic Untours…