Wandering Earl Tours

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Back in 2012, I started receiving more and more requests from readers of the blog to organize trips to various parts of the world based on my own experiences.

And that’s how Wandering Earl Tours began.

It started off with 3 trips back in 2013 and quickly became 5 trips in 2014 and 8 in 2015…and now I’ll be offering 12 trips for 2018, with new destinations and itineraries being added all the time.

Some of the 2018 DESTINATIONS include:

India, Romania, Vietnam, Kyrgyzstan, Morocco and more…

If you’d like to learn more about Wandering Earl Tours, the destinations, itineraries and the unique style of these laid-back, small-group trips, I invite you to have a look at my tour website:


Thanks for reading and if you have any questions about these trips, just let me know!


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        Hey Allysa – You can definitely join one of my tours! I have had several guests from Singapore. Just send me an email and we can look at the options and which tours you’re interested in!

  1. Dude, you teased us a few weeks ago saying you’d be posting 2018 tours “soon”… WHERE ARE THEY??? 🙂 Trying to keep my autumn open for one. Thanks!

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      1. Hi Earl,

        Please do post your experience in India. You have been an inspiration and I have travelled a lot in the country and am working on travelling to other destinations soon. I am in Bangalore India please let me know if you happen to come to Bangalore.

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  2. ¡Me gusta mucho tu blog de viajes! Siempre leo todo lo que escribes, espero unirme a algún tour pronto, sueño con visitar Asia. Supongo que hablas algo de español ya que has estado varias veces por esta parte del planeta (Latinoamérica), así que aquí va este mensaje en español, aunque sí, hablo inglés…
    saludos y espero seguir leyendo sobre ti Earl.

    Suerte por esos lares!


  3. Hey Earl, I’ve just started reading Travel blogs and I’ve read a few of your blogs and I loved them. I wanna thank you for sharing your thoughts and experience about traveling and motivating young teens such as myself, who are looking for adventure and who wanna know more about this field. Thank you

  4. Hi, Earl? am interested in the amazing trips you offer around the world. kindly inform me how to go about so that i may join you soon. Here in Africa many tourist lands daily, its rare to see my fellow africans go out for tour and hikes.

    1. Hey Charles, look around, there are many African travelers too and specifically in Kenya. But what Earl is offering is amazing. I would love to join one of his tours too.

    1. Hey Jen – The tour was another huge success! Great group and we all had a great time experiencing India in all of its craziness 🙂 Not sure if there will be a post about this one though…not sure how many posts I can write about this country! Hope you’re doing well!

  5. Good day Earl, so nice to see how you have grown through the years and sharing your love of travel experience with others in a way which cannot be had in larger groups. I have shared your site with others, with hopes to inspire them to travel. One of those, is my son, and he has been traveling in the summer months for 3 years. It is possible , and I hope your experience will reach many.I trust you, and hope to join one of your India trips in my lifetime. Just wanted to let you know, without you knowing, how you are touching lives…….all the best!

    1. Hey Linda – Thank you so much for that kind comment and I’m just happy that to hear that the site has had such a positive effect on some people. That’s wonderful that your son has been traveling each summer for 3 years now! And of course, I look forward to having you join one of my India trips whenever it happens to work out!

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  7. This is great! I would love to do your India tour but the October 2015 tour dates will not work for me. I hope that you offer this tour again in 2016!

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  23. I read your blog….. I was shore-x staff for 5yrs and now home for 2 yrs… wow… it brought back memmories reading it.. haha.. the good old ship life… 🙂

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    1. Hey Jen – Would be great to have you on board…let me know if you have any questions about any of the departures.

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  29. Earl

    I am very interested in the visit to Socotra Island and also to visit Yemen as well

    So, please keep me in touch when plans develop

    Ron Wesner

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  31. It’s wonderful that your tours are expanding and that you are sharing your vast knowledge and experience with people looking for authentic experiences.

    Looking forward to joining you on an upcoming tour.

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