Adventures in self-knowledge via Black Tomato

Veering from Morocco to Mongolia, the agent’s new itineraries explore such issues as finding work-life rebalance and strengthening family bonds

Dining at Terre des Etoiles, a luxury eco-lodge in the Agafay Desert, near Marrakech, is part of Black Tomato’s Moroccan itinerary
Dining at Terre des Etoiles, a luxury eco-lodge in the Agafay Desert, near Marrakech, is part of Black Tomato’s Moroccan itinerary

#traveldeeper: you’ll have seen the hashtag, and possibly given it a bit of thought – but probably not as much as have the top operators and designers in the industry, who increasingly occupy themselves with creating itineraries and experiences that change perspectives and open minds. Among these is Black Tomato (blacktomato.com; itineraries from £4,150 per person), which has just launched an intriguing journey series that seeks to help its clients understand themselves better via points foreign and far-flung: from work-life balance with authors and experts in Copenhagen to improving family relationships by shadowing nomads in Mongolia – and with additional itineraries in Cuba, Morocco, Iceland and Peru.

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