Gamewatchers Porini Amboseli Amanda is a teacher from Chicago who was planning a 52-day volunteer trip to Zambia. Before settling into Zambia, she wanted to
The Tillary Hotel Saira, an Instagram follower of @worldwidenate; from Copenhagen, Denmark, and was planning a trip to NYC in January 2019 to see a guy
New Jersey doesn’t have the most glowing reputation among coastal states in the U.S. Part of this is because it’s in the shadow of New
When people hear the name Seychelles, an exotic African paradise is what comes to mind and based on my recent trip it is all true! Visiting Seychelles is worth every hour, multiple flights and money it takes to land at Seychelles International Airport. I can’t cover everything Seychelles has to offer in just one blog but in this post I will give you my top 10 exciting things to do in Seychelles you can’t miss!
World Wide Nate: African Adventures mission is to demystify travel to Africa for the average American millennial, and to celebrate & make accessible the amazing
Today, my first TV show, World Wide Nate: African Adventures premiered on Urban Movie Channel, UMC.tv. I'm excited about today because it is the culmination
I have visited 43 States, 50 countries, and over 6 continents, but I’ve never been to Honolulu, Hawaii. It feels funny saying that, but a
I just got back from taking my mother to New Zealand and Australia for her 70th birthday. I've been planning this trip since last summer
During my research trip to Medellin to become acclimated with the city, I was offered an opportunity to take a market tour inside of La Minorista. I’ve never taken a fruit tour before, but since I’m a self-proclaimed professional eater, I figured, why not? At the very least, I would discover new fruit and eat healthy at the same time. La Minorista has a no frills structure, but the culinary options inside are electric!
Traveling to Cuba was more than getting a bucket list item checked off. It was the closest thing I would get to being Marty McFly and traveling back in time. This was my first time visiting Cuba and it was fascinating with every turn because you just don’t see anything like it aesthetically anywhere else in the world. The cars, architecture, billboards, stops lights are all vintage from the 1960s as if the country literally said ok we’re good with everything we built at this point. That isn’t the truth but it adds layers to the exploring the country and especially the US-Cuban history and how it’s affected both countries. Keep in mind Cubans have a high literacy rate and highly educated so when you visit don’t think you’re visiting a country full of people who behind on the times.