Popular Category:Modern nomads

This category is ambiguously titled and should be split to distinguish two separate scopes:

  • groups practicing actual nomadic pastoralism today (Category:Nomads)
  • "itinerant" groups (sometimes described as "nomadic" in a loose sense of the word)
    • traditionally itinerant groups (gypsies, "indigenous travellers", etc.)
    • neo-itinerant groups or individuals (migrant workers, "perpetual tourists" or "snowbirds", globetrotters, New Age travellers, etc.)
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