Nomadic Expeditions Blog

Musings on Mongolia with Bob Krist, National Geographic Photographer and World Traveler

Musings on Mongolia with Bob Krist By Nancy DePalma “Who would you invite to a dinner party?” It’s a popular ice breaker, with answers often ranging from the Dalai Lama to Abraham Lincoln, but once you’ve met Bob Krist, it’s likely he will be the first person who comes to mind. Krist is an award-winning... Continue Reading

Three Camel Lodge Guestbook: Q&A with Pegi Vail, Filmmaker and Anthropologist

Pegi Vail is an anthropologist and filmmaker who recently screened her film, Gringo Trails, at Three Camel Lodge. This intrepid traveler has been all over the world, but this was her first visit to Mongolia. We spoke with Pegi upon her return to New York and here’s what she had to say about her first... Continue Reading

Basking in the Glow of the great Pico Iyer by: Nancy DePalma

  Whether it is the cafés of Paris, the hills of Kilimanjaro, or the music-filled streets of Cuba, there is a longstanding tradition of the world’s greatest writers penning love letters to destinations. The best writers share their experiences in a way that not only captures the spirit of a place, but urges the reader... Continue Reading

Bhutan Through the Eyes of One of Our Own

Nikhita Ambre is the Expedition Manager at Nomadic Expeditions. She spends her days planning spectacular and memorable trips for clients, but when it’s time for her own travels, where does a professional travel planner go? She looks within her own company, of course! Nikhita, along with her husband and two young children, traveled to Bhutan with Nomadic... Continue Reading