Wandering Earl Tours 2018

Wandering Earl Tours 2018

By |2017-08-01T11:54:59-04:00August 1st, 2017|Wandering Earl Tours|9 Comments

Morocco Tour - Dades Valley
The 2018 Wandering Earl Tours are ready!

—A new year of exotic destinations, unique itineraries and new adventures await!—

I am extremely excited to announce the first group of 2018 trips…

  • India (February)
  • New York City (March and October)
  • Seychelles (catamaran trip in May!)
  • Morocco (May)
  • Jordan and Jerusalem (April)
  • Vietnam (August)
  • Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan (June)
  • Romania (July)

(More details: WanderingEarlTours.com)


The Wandering Earl Tour Experience

For those not familiar with my groovy tours, I’ve been offering small group trips to destinations around the world ever since 2012 when I organized my first one to fascinating India. And from the start, the focus has been on providing something very different than your typical group tour.

With these trips, think of it as a bunch of friends exploring the world together. You won’t be herded around, you won’t travel in big buses and you won’t stay at large tourist hotels that just shuttle big groups in and out every day.

Instead, you’ll get into the heart of a destination, meet people, try the most local dishes, wander through random neighborhoods and explore off-the-beaten track locations beyond the main photo opportunities. Of course, you’ll also visit the major sights along the way too.

These trips are designed to be local, educational and super-fun travel experiences, not cookie-cutter tours that big tour companies run over and over again.

As a result, no two tours are ever the same. We always keep a flexible itinerary at all times because you never know where the journey will lead! This is the core concept of my Wandering Earl Tours.

Small group tours - India group

Travelers of all ages and nationalities are of course welcome to join these trips! No matter where you’re from or whether you’re 23, 43 or 73, the theory is, “If you genuinely love travel, you’ll fit right in!

And there are only 10 people per tour. It’s an ideal size to hang out and share the adventure with your fellow travelers without being lost in a big crowd.

When it comes to cost, I work hard to ensure that every tour is an incredible value. They always include accommodation, transportation within the destination country, a long list of activities, all entrance and guide fees, excellent meals and plenty of surprises along the way.

You can check out all the details on the brand new Wandering Earl Tours website:

WanderingEarlTours.com

So, 2018 here we come! I’m looking forward to it with great excitement and I also look forward to traveling with many of you!

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch!

(A huge thank you to the very talented Tony Kuehn for building my brilliant new Wandering Earl Tours website. For web design work, I can’t recommend Tony enough!)


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9 Comments

  1. Debby McCafferty November 13, 2018 at 12:21 pm - Reply

    when is your next tour and where? How much money do I need?

  2. Debby McCafferty November 13, 2018 at 12:20 pm - Reply

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  3. Izy Berry September 11, 2017 at 4:26 am - Reply

    Let’s see, I have a few more months to build up the courage to join one of these tours!

  4. Alanna September 4, 2017 at 11:48 am - Reply

    Glad to see you’ve built your tour guiding up into a sustainable business … wish you nothing but awesome travels in the year ahead!

  5. […] If you’d like to get in touch with Derek, who’s now organizing and running tours for people who’d like to travel, click here. He’s going to offer 15 different trips in 2018! […]

  6. Alex Steven August 16, 2017 at 6:15 am - Reply

    Now this sounds so exciting and adventurous…some really amazing places added on your list. And off course keep sharing your experiences. Cheers!

  7. Agness of eTramping August 4, 2017 at 10:09 am - Reply

    Wow! This seems like an excellent idea, Earl! I would love to take part in some of your tours.

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