Then there is the lifetime of expertise of the travel expert who has not only been to a place but guided numerous tours to and throughout the region. Experts who have contacts not only in-country but along the routes they tour. They know their roster of destinations like the back of their hand. Their degree of knowledge would certainly be enjoyable to obtain, but it would also require a lifetime of passionate pursuit.
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, Jalsa created Nomadic Expeditions to help tourism development toward best
Nomadic Expeditions, the award-winning eco-tourism company specialized in luxury adventure travel to Mongolia and beyond, was founded with a belief that travel makes the world a better place when it is based upon environmentally-friendly practices, supports the protection of cultural and natural heritage…
No one can say for sure when the art form of throat singing began. The historical records mention it as early as the Han Dynasty, between 206 – 220 BC. Throat singing then appears in Chinese texts dating in 92 AD. From these accounts, we learn that the northern barbarians who worshipped the wolves sang
Giving a “thumbs up” in the United States is a sign of approval, but it’s considered rude, or even obscene, in Iran, Greece and Russia. Who knew you could get yourself in trouble simply by making a slight hand gesture? Curious to learn what other signs are considered bad behavior around the world? Read more. Every
There are few greater luxuries in life than spending time with family, and nothing brings the family together quite like exploring a new destination together. Travel provides so many opportunities for meaningful interactions and memory-making experiences. Whether you’re seeing the world through the unfiltered lens of a young child’s eyes or grabbing precious time with