We at Nomadic Expeditions are pleased to update our community of individuals invested in raptor conservation and sustainable travel on the progress of our Golden Eagle Conservation Project in partnership with the Wildlife Science and Conservation Center of Mongolia (WSCC) which studies the golden eagle population in western Mongolia and contributes important data to the Global Raptor Impact Network operated by The Peregrine Fund, the world’s foremost global raptor conservation organization.
Top 10 Things to Do in Kathmandu2022-01-07T20:31:24+00:00 Nepal
As peoples from the Indus Valley Civilization (3300 – 1300 BC) expanded north they founded settlements in the Kathmandu Valley. Today the capital of Kathmandu bears gorgeous remnants of those small medieval kingdoms. Once a key stop along the ancient Salt Route, Kathmandu thrives still as a confluence of culture, a gateway to the Himalaya, and a destination for experiencing this land of riches. Here you can find pristine examples of Nepal’s earliest architecture and exotic goods ranging from handcrafts, spices, jewelry, and textiles.
Phula Sherpa Q&A: Everest Clean-Up Expeditions 20212022-01-07T19:56:20+00:00 Nepal
Having summited numerous peaks above 8,000 meters, (Super) Phula Sherpa is one of the most significant resources available to trekkers planning high-altitude Himalayan treks, and he eagerly participates in the Everest Clean Up Campaign to give back to the land that he loves. Born in the area of Jantarkhani in Nepal’s eastern region, he began his profession as a climbing guide in the Himalaya.
Phula Sherpa Q&A: Nepal From a Guide’s Eyes2022-01-07T19:14:27+00:00 Nepal
Ever wanted to know more about the Sherpa guides who facilitate treks and climbs to Himalaya wonders? Curious to know their favorite places in Nepal and what their everyday life is like? Our friend (Super) Phula Sherpa was kind enough to share his story and insights from a significant amount of time living and climbing at high altitudes.
Shaitan Singh Rathore Q&A: A Tour Leader’s Rajasthan2021-11-04T22:15:13+00:00 India
Proudly from the state of Rajasthan, Shaitan Singh Rathore is from an agricultural family. The family holds more than 300 acres of land and keeps cows and buffalos for milk and butter. Growing up in this proud land of Rajasthan and hearing stories from his grandfather, he always wanted to showcase his culture to people visiting this state, and this attracted him to become a professional tour guide. He has led more than 50 tour groups from America, Canada and the UK throughout Rajasthan, as well as widely touring different parts of India.