40 Countries. And Counting.


So you want to know more about me…

Well, while the travel club may be new, I’m not.  Traveling has always been my jam! So far, I’ve been to 40 countries, all over the world, and have no intention of stopping.  I was born for this. Traveling is all I’ve ever wanted to do and I’m damn good at it! 

Why Wander South? Central and South America top my list of favorite places to travel… Conveniently located (no 15-hour flights, ridiculous connections, or extreme time-zone changes), affordable and given my Cali roots, the latin food has my heart.

In short, the travel club is my invitation for you to join me in continuing this epic adventure! (Love my life!) Let’s live our best lives out loud.

Countries (and regions) I’ve been to… Argentina, Aruba, Austria, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Brazil, BVI, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Dominican Republican, Frans, Greece, Haiti, Iceland, Indonesia, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Malaysia, Mexia, Monaco, Morocco, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Peru, Puerto Rico, Qatar, St. Martin, Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, UK, Uruguay, Vatican City and more to come.

Aside from traveling, I love my home city of Atlanta! (ATL shawty!) And not just because of the amazing airport (non-stop to sooo many places around the world – what’s not to love). You’re only bored in Atlanta if you want to be.  I typically spend my time at volunteering as a skilled supervisor with Habitat for Humanity or the Atlanta Community Food Bank (among others – volunteerism is life), networking events, festivals at different parks around the city, sporting events, concerts, Broadway shows at the fabulous Fox, live music happy hours (or any happy hours), and of course boozy brunches!

To see more of what I do real-time, follow me on Instagram @tamara_wanders

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