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Wild Fibers is dedicated to understanding
the importance of natural fibers throughout the world, 
while promoting cultural awareness and human potential.

 New Tours 2022 - 2024

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New Zealand

Nov. 14 - 24, 2022

From stately sheep farms on the South Island to traditional Maori weaving on the North Island, this 8-day cruise and 3-day overland provides an intimate look at the many facets of Kiwi life.

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Scotland By Sea

May 15-24, 2023

Join us as we explore Scotland by sea with visits to St. Kilda and North Ronaldsay, a day in Shetland, plenty of puffins, and the world-famous Harris Tweed.

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Mekong River Cruise


Traveling from Cambodia to Vietnam, our 12-day trip includes 7 days aboard a  luxury river boat, visits to a silk farm, local weavers, a cooking lesson, and Angkor Wat.


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India: Tigers and Textiles 

February 2023 

An adventure in tigers and textiles, this incredible new tour also includes a night in the Thar desert in a luxury tented camp along with home visits to local artisans.




September 2 - 7, 2023

Sea lions pups, slumbering land iguanas, and dancing blue-footed boobies are just a small sample of what makes visiting this archi-pelago completely magical.




January 16-28, 2024

A trip to Antarctica is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience with twice daily adventures featuring penguin colonies, leopard seals, spectacular icebergs and participation in Citizen Science.

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Twisted Tales

Filled with spectacular photos and unusual escapades, Wild Fibers editor Linda Cortright goes behind the scenes with stories that are both terrifying and comical—a common pattern throughout many of her travels.  Cortright narrowly escapes a devastating earthquake in Tibet, being stabbed (by a child!) in Jordan, and a faulty escape route in Afghanistan are just the beginning.

"Many mistakenly think of old ladies with knitting needles when they think of fiber fanatics. Linda Cortright not only blasts this stereotype out the window, she twisted her yarns or tales with compelling prose—making fun of herself and the situations she finds herself in —no matter how harrowing—as she explores the world providing us all with travel insights not just into the world of fiber, but into the worlds from which incredible fiber cultures arise."

Linda Ligon, Co-founder Long Thread Media

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The Eye of Fiber

Nearly every sheep or goat in America has a passport from somewhere else. The Eye of Fiber provides a fascinating overview of their history and cultural significance from the desert of Namibia to the mountains in Romania.  The Eye of Fiber is a coffee table delight for anyone who enjoys wild fibers. 

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