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    • Francis Arundell

    • Francis Vyvyan Jago Arundell (1780–1846) was an English antiquary, Anglican clergyman and oriental traveller. Arundell was born at Launceston, Cornwall, in July 1780, being the only son of Thomas Jago, a solicitor in that town, who had married Catherine, a daughter of Mr. Bolt, a surgeon at Launceston. Franci ... Read »


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    • Ibn Battuta

    • Ibn Battuta

      Muhammad Ibn Battuta or Ibn Baá¹­Å«á¹­ah (/ˌɪbənbætˈtuːtɑː/; Arabic: محمد ابن بطوطة‎‎); February 25, 1304 – 1368 or 1369), fully ʾAbÅ« Ê¿Abd al-Lāh Muḥammad ibn Ê¿Abd al-Lāh l-LawātÄ« á¹­-Ṭanǧī i ... Read »


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    • Prince Bojidar Karageorgevitch

    • Prince Bojidar Karageorgevitch

      Prince Bojidar Karageorgevitch (Serbian: Божидар Карађорђевић/Božidar Karađorđević; 11 January 1862 – 2 April 1908), Serbian artist and writer on art, world traveller, and member of the Serbian Karađorđević dynasty. He gave singing and d ... Read »


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    • Hermann Burchardt

    • Hermann Burchardt (November 18, 1857 – December 19, 1909) was a German explorer and photographer of Jewish descent, who is renowned for his black and white pictorial essays of scenes in Arabia in the early 20th century. Burchardt, born in Berlin in 1857, gave up his unwanted merchant profession at the age of ... Read »


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    • Renata Chlumska

    • Renata Chlumska

      Renata Chlumska (born December 9, 1973 in Malmö, Sweden) is an adventurer and mountain climber. Born to Czech parents, she has dual Swedish and Czech citizenship. In 1999, she became the first Swedish and Czech woman to climb Mount Everest. During 2005 and 2006 she performed a challenge called "Around America Adven ... Read »


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    • Zechariah Dhahiri

    • Zechariah (Yaḥya) al-ḌāhirÄ« (Hebrew: זכריה אלצ'אהרי‎‎, pronounced [zekharˈyah al-dhahˈiri], b. circa 1531 – d. 1608), often spelled Zechariah al-Dhahiri (Arabic: زكريا الضاهري‎‎) (16th century Yemen ... Read »


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    • Eva Dickson

    • Eva Dickson

      Eva Dickson (Steninge Slott, Sigtuna, 8 March 1905 – Baghdad, Iraq, March 1938), born Eva Lindström, was a Swedish explorer, rally driver, aviator and travel writer. She was the first woman to have crossed the Sahara desert by car. She was perhaps the first female rally driver in Sweden (1925), and the third Sw ... Read »


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    • Walter Evans-Wentz

    • Walter Yeeling Evans-Wentz (February 2, 1878 – July 17, 1965) was an American anthropologist and writer who was a pioneer in the study of Tibetan Buddhism, and in transmission of Tibetan Buddhism to the Western world, most known for publishing an early English translation of The Tibetan Book of the Dead in 1927. T ... Read »


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    • Isabel Godin des Odonais

    • Isabel Godin des Odonais (1728 in Riobamba, Viceroyalty of Peru, now in Ecuador – 28 September 1792 in Cher, France) was an 18th-century woman who became separated from her husband in South America by colonial politics, and was not reunited with him until more than 20 years later. Her long journey, from western Pe ... Read »


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    • Guido Guerrini

    • Guido Guerrini

      Guido Guerrini (born 12 January 1976 in Arezzo, Italy) is an Italian rally driver and traveler, the first person to go from Europe to China covering the whole route by a gas-fuelled car. As a child, Guerrini made many car trips with his father, and later with friends. In 2008 he organized a project called Torino-Pechi ... Read »


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    • Susan Hale

    • Susan Hale

      Susan Hale (December 5, 1833 – September 17, 1910) was an American author, traveler and artist. She was born in Boston, Massachusetts to Nathan Hale and Sarah Preston Everett who had a total of eleven children. Susan's father, Nathan Hale, nephew and namesake of the patriot hero, was a lawyer and editor/owner ... Read »


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    • Grace Marguerite Hay Drummond-Hay

    • Grace Marguerite Hay Drummond-Hay

      Grace Marguerite, Lady Hay Drummond-Hay (born Grace Marguerite Lethbridge, 12 September 1895 – 12 February 1946) was a British journalist, who was the first woman to travel around the world by air (in a zeppelin). Although she was not an aviator herself at first, she contributed to the glamour of aviation and gene ... Read »


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    • Margaretha Heijkenskjöld


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    • Gunther Holtorf

    • Gunther W. Holtorf is a German traveler who, often in company of his partner Christine, journeyed approximately 550,000 mi (890,000 km) across the world in his G-Wagen Mercedes Benz named "Otto", visiting 179 countries in 26 years. Holtorf had a lengthy career with Lufthansa beginning in 1958, and eventually ... Read »


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    • Giorgio Interiano

    • Giorgio Interiano was a Genovese traveler, historian and ethnographer. His travelogue La vita: & sito de Zichi, chiamiti ciarcassi: historia notabile was among the first European accounts of the life and customs of the Circassian people. Little is known about Interiano's personal life. He served as the governor of ... Read »


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    • Paul Jamot

    • Paul Jamot

      Paul Jamot (22 December 1863 – 13 December 1939) was a French painter, art critic and museum curator. An École normale supérieure alumni, Paul Jamot was a member of the French School at Athens (1887). He explored Argos and the valley of the Spercheios. He led the excavations in the valley of the Muses i ... Read »


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    • Martin and Osa Johnson

    • Martin Elmer Johnson (October 9, 1884 – January 13, 1937) and his wife Osa Helen Johnson (née Leighty, March 14, 1894 – January 7, 1953) were American adventurers and documentary filmmakers. In the first half of the 20th century an American couple, Martin and Osa Johnson, captured the public's imagina ... Read »


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    • Alma Karlin

    • Alma Karlin

      Alma Vilibalda Maximiliana Karlin (12 October 1889 – 15 January 1950) was a Slovene-Austrian traveler, writer, poet, collector, polyglot and theosophist. She was born in the Styrian town of Celje (now part of Slovenia) in what was then the Austro-Hungarian Empire as the daughter of Jakob Karlin, a major in th ... Read »


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    • Waclaw Korabiewicz

    • Wacław Korabiewicz (5 May 1903, in St. Petersburg – 15 February 1994, in Warsaw) was a Polish reporter, poet, traveler, collector of ethnographic exhibits. He was the son of Anthony and Stephanie Korabiewicz Matusewicz. During his childhood he lived in St. Petersburg and his family's estate in Lithuania. ... Read »


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    • Vyacheslav Krasko

    • Vyacheslav Vasilyevich Krasko (Russian: Вячеслáв Васильевич Крaськó) (born August 6, 1974 in Leningrad, Soviet Union) is a Russian traveler, top manager and professional financier with a PhD Economics. Member of the Union of Russian Around-the-Worl ... Read »


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    • Rom Landau

    • Romauld (Rom) Landau (1899–1974) was born in Poland, but later became a British citizen whilst serving as a volunteer in the Royal Air Force during the Second World War. He was a sculptor, author, educator, Foreign Service officer, and a specialist on Arab and Islamic culture. His particular area of interest was M ... Read »


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    • List of places visited by Ibn Battuta

    • This is a List of places visited by Ibn Battuta in the years 1325-1353. The Moroccan traveller Ibn Battuta set out from his native town of Tangiers on a pilgrimage to Mecca in June 1325, when he was 21 years old. On completing his first hajj he continued travelling, only returning to Morocco twenty four years later in ... Read »


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    • List of travelers

    • This is a list of notable travelers, consisting of people that are known for their travels or explorations. Travel is the movement of people between relatively distant geographical locations, and can involve travel by foot, bicycle, automobile, train, boat, airplane, or other means, and can be one way or round trip. Tr ... Read »


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    • Therese von Lützow


    • Vladimir Lysenko

    • Vladimir Lysenko

      Vladimir Ivanovich Lysenko (Russian: Владимир Лысенко; born 1 January 1955) is a Russian academic and world traveller. He set several Guinness World Records related to high-altitude river rafting. Lysenko was born in Kharkov, USSR on 1 January 1955. He had graduated fro ... Read »


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    • Niccolao Manucci

    • Niccolao Manucci

      Niccolao Manucci (19 April 1638–1717) was an Italian writer and traveller. He worked in the Mughal court. He worked in the service of Dara Shikoh, Shah Alam, Raja Jai Singh and Kirat Singh. Manucci is famous for his work "Storia do Mogor", an account of Mughal history and life. Manucci had first-hand knowledg ... Read »


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    • John Henry Mears

    • John Henry Mears

      John Henry Mears (May 22, 1878 – July 26, 1956) set the record for the fastest trip around the world both in 1913 and 1928. He was also a Broadway producer. He was born on May 22, 1878 in Massachusetts. On July 2, 1913, he left New York City on the RMS Mauretania, then traveled by a combination of steamers, ... Read »


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    • Gabriel Millet

    • Gabriel Millet (17 April 1867 – 8 May 1953) was a French archaeologist and historian. After he passed his agrégation of history in 1891, Gabriel Millet became a member of the French School at Athens, then director of the École pratique des hautes études in religious sciences in 1899, and professor at the ... Read »


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    • Mughal travelers

    • This is a list of the travelers who left accounts about the ancient India and Mughal Empire. ... Read »


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    • Peter Mundy

    • Peter Mundy (fl. 1600 – 1667) was a seventeenth-century British merchant trader, traveller and writer. He was the first Briton to record, in his Itinerarium Mundi ('Itinerary of the World'), tasting Chaa (tea) in China and travelled extensively in Asia, Russia and Europe. Mundy came from Penryn in south Cornw ... Read »


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    • Niccolò and Maffeo Polo


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    • Carl Rathjens

    • Carl August Rathjens (born 11 March 1887 in Elmshorn, Germany; died 29 July 1966 in Hamburg, Germany) was a German geographer whose primary interests were in South Arabian historiography, geology and ethnography. He made several visits to Yemen, in the years 1927, 1931, 1934 and 1938. He is considered the greatest scho ... Read »


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    • Jacob Saphir

    • Jacob Saphir (1822–1886) (Hebrew: יעקב הלוי ספיר‎‎) was a Meshulach and traveler of Romanian Jewish descent, born in Ashmyany, government of Wilna. While still a boy, he went to Ottoman Palestine with his parents, who settled at Safed, and at their death in 1836, he m ... Read »


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    • Lady Hester Stanhope

    • Lady Hester Lucy Stanhope (12 March 1776 – 23 June 1839) was a British socialite, adventurer and traveler. Her archaeological expedition to Ashkelon in 1815 is considered the first modern excavation in the history of Holy Land archeology. Her use of a medieval Italian document is described as "one of the earlie ... Read »


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    • Jean-Baptiste Tavernier

    • Jean-Baptiste Tavernier (1605 – 1689) was a 17th-century French gem merchant and traveler. Tavernier, a private individual and merchant traveling at his own expense, covered, by his own account, 60,000 leagues (120,000 miles) in making six voyages to Persia and India between the years 1630 and 1668. In 1675, Taver ... Read »


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    • Technogypsie

    • Technogypsie (also Techno-Gypsie or Techno Gypsy) is a term for a modern-day nomadic person who balances the arts and sciences in their lifestyle. According to Technogypsie artist Leaf McGowan, one of the Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of Technogypsie.com, the term was created by anthropologist Thomas Baurley in the e ... Read »


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    • Marten Douwes Teenstra

    • Marten Douwes Teenstra (17 September 1795 Het Ruigezand, Groningen - 29 October 1864 Ulrum) was a Dutch writer and traveller in South Africa and the Dutch East Indies. The account of his stay at the Cape from 12 March to 7 July 1825, "De vruchten mijner werkzaamheden" (fruits of my labours), was a thorough description ... Read »


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    • Bruce Poon Tip

    • Bruce Poon Tip

      Bruce Poon Tip is a Canadian entrepreneur best known for founding the travel company, G Adventures and author of the bestselling book Looptail: How One Company Changed the World by Reinventing Business. Bruce is an authority on social entrepreneurship, ‘quintuple bottom line’ versus 3BL, corporate social & en ... Read »


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    • Ikechi Uko

    • Ikechi Uko

      Ikechi Uko (born 12 January 1964) is a Nigerian travel business consultant, travel promoter, tourism development expert, media consultant, journalist and author. He is the organizer of Abuja Bantaba and Akwaaba African Travel Market, the only international travel fair in West Africa. He is the project director of seven ... Read »


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    • Heinrich von Poser

    • Heinrich von Poser ( 23 August 1599 - 13 September 1661) was a German traveler, who had written a detail travelogue of his visit to India. ... Read »


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    • Ziryab

    • Abu l-Hasan 'Ali Ibn Nafi' (789–857;Arabic: أبو الحسن علي ابن نافع, زریاب‎‎) was a singer, oud player, composer, poet and teacher, who lived and worked in, Iraq, after that Northern Africa and during more than 30 years, in Andalusia of ... Read »


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