I don’t want to interfere in your “private life”, but I have a simple question or two for you. Have you ever broken up with someone before? (Oops! I apologise if I made you recall a past relationship). How did the “break-up” process feel? “Excuse me, if I made you think this is about past relationships and not about the Digital Nomad lifestyle. Before you close this page, give me a moment to let you know why I asked those questions. I am assuming you are a mature person, probably 18 years and above. I also assume you have dated … Continue reading DIGITAL NOMAD LIFE STYLE ¿ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES.

16 DAYS IN VENEZUELA 2019- What is like for real?

During my recent 16-day visit to Venezuela I had a host of people asking me “What’s it like ‘for real’?” I’m still getting asked that since my return. Party border: A view of the crowds at the Colombian-Venezuelan border near San Antonio. Here, I want to describe things from the point of view of entering the country overland as a tourist, which is effectively what I did. Visa issues in Colombia meant I had to do a border-run and while I could have opted for Ecuador, Venezuela appealed far more to the adventurer/journalist/reporter in me. From that perspective it was … Continue reading 16 DAYS IN VENEZUELA 2019- What is like for real?

25 travel photography tips for beginners Basing on my Experience

Dear friend, I love traveling. Traveling has helped me open my eyes and my perspective to the world. Traveling has helped me make tons of new friends all around the globe, better understand other cultures, and to also give me a chance to reflect on my personal values. If I started traveling all over again, these are the tips I would give myself. Disclaimer First of all, there is no “right” or “wrong” way to travel. Everyone will need to discover what works for themselves. All advice is autobiographical. Many of these travel tips are counter-intuitive— that took me years … Continue reading 25 travel photography tips for beginners Basing on my Experience

My ultimate Taiwan guide.

TAIWAN TRAVEL GUIDE – WHERE TO GO:; Author . By symaa Navid aka @2adventurousnomads. You may not find this island state on your radar when it comes to planning an Asia trip, but once you discover all that Taiwan has to offer, we promise you’ll be booking your flight to this destination in no time. Filled with endless bucket list sites, mouthwatering delicacies and friendly locals, Taiwan is the hidden gem that should be on everyone’s travel list. Originally named as Formosa, meaning “beautiful island” by the Portuguese, Taiwan is home to dramatic landscapes, coastlines and glimmering city life. Unravel … Continue reading My ultimate Taiwan guide.


Namibia is a country that has been on my must-see list of travel destinations for years. I had long heard of its allure; its jaw-dropping scenery was meant to be the stuff of dreams. After an unbelievable month there this past summer, I am happy to report that it not only met my expectations… it absolutely exceeded them. Namibia is one of the most photogenic countries I’ve ever been to. Namibia, found on the southwest coast of Africa, has it all: it’s beautiful, of course, but also filled with a seemingly endless list of things to do and see. It’s … Continue reading NAMIBIAN PHOTOGRAPHY BY SYMAA NAVID@2ADVENTUROUSNOMADS


CONSEQUENCES OF CLIMATE CHANGE By Symaa Navid @2adventurousnomads . Kiribati, the first country rising sea levels will swallow up as a result of climate change Global warming is causing glaciers and ice sheets to melt. The average sea level has risen 3.2 mm/year since 1993. This is catastrophic for islands and coastal regions. Especially in places like Kiribati, an idyllic Pacific atoll nation that seems destined to become the first victim of climate change. Outskirts of South Tarawa, Kiribati’s capital. A typical postcard paradise. A group of 33 atolls located in the central Pacific between Hawaii and Australia. Stilt houses … Continue reading KIRIBATI CLIMATE VIEW FROM MY SIDE


By symaa navid @2adventurousnomads Even though our website is about traveling, we have people asking us constantly more about how travel blogging works and how we get to work with tourism boards around the country and world. What is why we decided to do a small section where we share our insight into travel blogging and address some of these popular questions. We have worked with over 30 tourism boards around the world and many travel related including hotels, tours operators, and brands. This has giving us a better understanding on how to approach a brand and what we can ask … Continue reading HOW TO WORK WITH TOURISM BOARDS/BRANDS AS A TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHER,INFLUENCER OR BLOGGER


What are the best places to photograph in Morocco? Having visited this picturesque country earlier this year, I made a detailed plan about the locations I wanted to visit that I have been wanting to sight-see and photograph for many years now. After spending a bit less than two weeks in Morocco and coming back with many images from a number of locations, I thought it would be a good idea to showcase the images, as well as share detailed information about this country with our readers. If you are wondering about what photographing Morocco is like, we hope you … Continue reading MOROCCO IN PHOTOGRAPHY


Author : Symaa Navid Every thing you will read in this blog a built based on our last experience @2adventurousnomads we had when we visited this beautiful country Lebanon. Lebanon, officially known as the Lebanese Republic, is a country in Western Asia. It is bordered by Syria to the north and east and Israel to the south, while Cyprus is west across the Mediterranean Sea.  Capital: Beirut Currency: Lebanese pound Recognized languages: French Being on the road for the past year and a half we are constantly trying to stretch our budget. When we booked our trip to Lebanon we were surprised by … Continue reading LEBANON BACKPACKING GUIDE

Capturing great travel photos in low light

Top 11 Low-Light Photography Tips: Take Great Pictures Without a Flash January 01, 2019 It’s not always desirable to use a camera’s built-in flash, as doing so can create images that appear flat, unnatural, overexposed, and contain harsh and unwanted shadows. With that being said, photographing in low light situations without a flash can be a challenge if you don’t know what you’re doing and can result in photos that are too dark, blurry, or grainy. Lucky for you, there are several things you can do in order to get excellent shots in low light situations without the need for … Continue reading Capturing great travel photos in low light