Wandering Earl Tour to India - Taj Mahal

Wandering Earl Tours 2016 – Announcement

Derek Wandering Earl Tours 11 Comments

Wandering Earl Tour to India - Taj Mahal
My journey to Morocco begins in about 12 hours, with a 4:30am flight from Delhi to Doha, followed by two more flights that will eventually take me to Marrakech.

Never been to Morocco. Naturally, I’m quite excited.

And while my stay probably won’t be too long, I’ll make the most of it as I have some unique activities planned, a little bit different than the standard trip to Morocco I think. One of the reasons for this is that I’ve been receiving a lot of requests to put together a Morocco trip as part of my Wandering Earl Tours project, so I want to go there and see what kind of interesting itinerary I can create.

On a different note, I can’t believe it’s already been 3 years since I offered my first tour…it’s craziness. In fact, yesterday, I actually finished leading my latest India trip which consisted of another excellent group of people and another excellent list of experiences that we all shared together. Such a truly rewarding trip once again!

And every time a tour ends and I start getting the feedback, I really need some time to simply sit down and take it all in, ever so happy that these trips continue to be so positive for so many people. That was certainly my hope when I started them.

Of course, none of this would even be happening if it weren’t for the continued, and growing, interest from so many of you. I’m absolutely honored by how fast the word has spread about these tours. It is something I never could have imagined at all. I can only thank you wholeheartedly for coming on these trips, telling family and friends about them and simply emailing me with your ideas and suggestions for future adventures!

It is this growing interest that keeps me even more motivated (incredibly motivated!) to continue offering the kind of unique, small-group experiences that these tours have come to represent, to create new trips based on your suggestions and to ensure that your expectations are always met and hopefully exceeded as well.

And now, I’m happy to announce the Wandering Earl Tours for 2016:

India
Thailand/Cambodia
South Africa
Romania
Vietnam
Kyrgyzstan
Mexico
Iran
Thailand/Malaysia/Singapore

In order to keep things more organized, I’ve now moved all of my tour stuff over to its own website: WanderingEarlTours.com

The new site has all of the details for each trip offered, complete with itineraries, maps, photos, feedback from previous participants and more.

Wandering Earl Tours

If you happen to be interested in possibly joining one of these trips, I invite you to have a look at the new site, explore the tours on offer and as always, let me know if you have any questions at all!

And that’s it for now. It’s not my intention to spend too much time talking about these tours here on the blog but of course, I did want to mention next year’s offerings in case some of you would like to join.

Time for me to get ready to leave India….Morocco posts coming soon!

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Comments 11

  1. Lavina

    It’s great to know that India is one of the countries you’ve traveled the most to!
    I was part of an exchange group and when our Polish friends visited us, it was an awesome experience!
    This was 10 years back. At that time, foreigners used to get duped easily – because they found the rupee cheap 🙂
    With tours like yours, I’m sure it’s way safer 🙂
    Cheers!

  2. Marie

    How I loved Morocco. Been there last year and I really enjoyed every places we’ve been. This tours you got are fantastic. I’ve never been to Mexico, hope someday I can visit the place.

  3. Amy

    Morocco will always have a piece of my heart! As a Peace Corps volunteer I spent several years living in a remote village in the southeast corner of the country, as well as traveling with a nomadic tribe through the High Atlas Mountains. It’s a beautiful, diverse country and the people are incredibly warm, especially in the rural areas. I hope you have a wonderful trip!

  4. Anca | Globaloud

    If I had enough time (and enough money) I would definitely join you on your Kyrgyzstan tour. Although I’m not a tour person, these kind of small tours accompanied by the travel expert sound really interesting!

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