Trekking has taken over travel. But what is trekking? Trekking really just means to travel on foot. But often you’re going over rough terrain, with elevation gains, to experience natural landscapes and make authentic cultural connections with people and places. Another important distinction is that you’re traveling this way—rather than an out-and-back day hike. A
UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Bhutan2021-05-26T23:35:59+00:00 Bhutan
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has placed eight sites on the tentative list for the small Himalayan nation of Bhutan. UNESCO designates places as unique and diverse as the Pyramids of Egypt, the Great Barrier Reef in Australia and the grand cathedrals of Europe—and it is only a matter of time before the process of inscribes these sites on the World Heritage list ensuring their protection and preservation as sites of cultural and natural heritage of outstanding value to humanity.
2021 Condé Nast Traveler “Travel Experts”: Mongolia and The Himalaya With tremendous pride, Nomadic Expeditions announces that Condé Nast Traveler has again named our Founder, Jalsa Urubshurow, and our Director of Operations, Sanjay Saxena, as their Top Travels Experts, respectively, for Mongolia and the Himalaya. A pioneer in environmental conservation through for-profit sustainable tourism initiatives,
Bhutan Through the Eyes of One of Our Own Nikhita Ambre is the Expeditions 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