Embracing the need for personal value, Naya Traveler creates journeys that transcend mass tourism, bringing back purpose and depth to travel through authentic cultural experiences.
Founded in 2016, Naya Traveler offers curated experiential journeys to culturally rich destinations, steeped in ancient traditions and customs. Rooted in firsthand expertise and intimate knowledge, the highly personalized itineraries focus on exclusive insider experiences that bring back purpose and value to travel, plus provide a unique space to discover a destination through the eyes and knowledge of those who know it best.
With highly personalized and curated itineraries that provide discerning individuals a more fulfilling experience, Naya Traveler announces the launch of private, custom-made trips to Ethiopia. Ethiopia’s challenging landscape, bewildering historical landmarks and ancient tribal life calls for the intrepid and bold traveler. Tracing its roots back to the 2nd millennium BC, Ethiopia’s wealthy heritage unaffected by colonial rule gives this amazing country an edge that others cannot claim. Teeming with UNESCO World Heritage Sites and a variety of astonishing landscapes, Ethiopia remains a less explored region of Africa that invites adventurous travelers.
A trip to Ethiopia with Naya Traveler includes several opportunities to spend time with locals and learn from their customs in intimate, exclusive settings. Attend a morning mass in a rock-hewn church of Lalibela and meet the priest for a religious music demonstration. Experience a traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony in a family home followed by a cooking class with a renowned chef. Meet the chiefs of different Ethiopian tribes as they lead you on insightful tours of their villages. Trek through national parks with expert rangers to catch sight of flora and fauna endemic to Ethiopia.
Current destinations of Naya Traveler include: Argentina, Cambodia, Kashmir & Ladakh, Morocco, Myanmar, Oman, Peru, South India and Ethiopia. New destinations on the horizon: Brazil, North India and Sri Lanka.