Care to join?

Keen to go outside and spend time in untamed wilderness? Keen to visit local tribes, nomads, bedouines? Keen to travel completely self-sufficient, whether it is with or without animals? Happy to disconnect from modern comforts and step back in time, learning ancient old lessons that otherwise might be lost to the past? Yearning for mindblowing and soul-enriching experiences? Ready to step outside the box and into the unknown? You came to the right place. Tamar is more than happy to share her knowledge and take you on all sorts of adventures.

Passionate about the wilderness and survival techniques, Tamar completed in 2018 her qualifications as a wilderness guide. In the Canadian Rockies she learned about the local edible plants, herbal medicine, animal tracking and survival-skills. She is qualified as a Wilderness First Responder both under the International Wilderness Association and the Canadian Red Cross. She is an Interpretive Guide (IGA Canada), an International Wilderness Guide (WGA) and Canadian Woodsland travel and survival instructor and gained extensive experience in guiding both small and big groups (up to 100 participants) on hiking, horseriding, skiing, snowshoeing, iceskating and survival trips all over the world. You are in good hands.

€ 2650
4 – 16 june 2024 or 18 -30 june 2024; 18-30 june 2025

Eagle hunters of Mongolia

Come meet the eagle hunters of West-Mongolia, travel with them through the Altai mountains and contribute to community projects to help the less fortunate nomads.
€ 1950
3-10 april 2025


Join us on a journey to the heart of the Middle-East and experience the true Bedouin lifestyle, trekking with camels and by foot through the Wadi Rum Desert + a visit to Petra.
$ 1870
june 17 – july 16, 2024

Khusvegi English & Nomad camp

Immerse yourself in the lifes of the eagle hunters of West-Mongolia by joining this award-winning community-led initiative. You’ll be teaching English and living and travelling with the local nomads.

Tamar Valkenier

Fulltime Adventurer