We are Felicity and Marco, Thinking Nomads founders, traveling and adventuring together since 2005. An around the world trip sparked our wanderlust during the trip we explored India by train, trekked the Annapurna circuit in Nepal and drove the Big Sur in California.

Thinking Nomads launched in 2010 during a 6 month backpacking trip in South America as a creative outlet and to share our adventures. You could say our blog has evolved and grown with us, from getting engaged on top of 6500m mountain in Bolivia, to getting married and having our two daughters.

In 2017, when our daughters were just two and four years, we embarked on an epic family adventure around the world taking a 2 year family gap.

4 Things Solo Travelers Should Do When Arriving At Their Hostels

Whisper it quietly, but we might actually be moving towards a practical resolution to the lengthy COVID-19 saga. Vaccination efforts are moving steadily ahead throughout the world, and international travel is starting to advance in a more decisive way than … Read More

Important Things to Remember When Preparing for Travel

Planning a holiday can be an incredibly exciting thing and a great way to help build excitement for the getaway that you are looking forward to. However, there are a few things that you definitely need to keep in mind … Read More

Places To Visit Cantabria, The Green Heart of Spain

Rumor has it that Cantabria (one of Spain’s northern regions) is one of the greenest and most unique regions in the country. It was pouring when I got there, and I feared I would hardly be able to challenge this … Read More

Visit Iceland: Mini Guide for First Time Travellers

Commonly referred to as the “Land of fire and ice”, the Ring road of Iceland is a picturesque masterpiece and there is a no better visual interpretation of untouched beauty. As a first time traveller to the country abundant in natural … Read More

Central Mongolia – Yaks, Temples and Endless Meadows

Our journey in Mongolia took us to the heart of this amazing country. A very local region, mostly visited by Mongolian nationals. Its main features are wide meadows, planes, volcanic areas, lakes, trees and national parks. It was July, the … Read More

5 Road Trip Hacks to Make Your Journey More Comfortable and Relaxing

When it comes to traveling from A to B, there is nothing quite like hitting the open road and going on an adventure of a lifetime. Whether you’re only heading an hour away, or crossing states, it’s important that you … Read More