Although technically an autonomous region of China, Tibet has been recognized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as home to three World Heritage Sites. All of which may be found in the capital city of Lhasa—plus one Tentative listing, the Yalong region, which is the cradle of Tibetan culture. The three places within Lhasa are each highlights of any Tibet cultural itinerary offering unique vantages of the beauty, history, architecture and culture of this stunning land.
India: Beyond the Taj Mahal *This is the second in our series on exploring destinations in India beyond the Taj Mahal. You wouldn’t go to Paris and skip the Eiffel Tower, so while we agree that the Taj Mahal is certainly a must-see at both dawn and dusk, there is so much more to India
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,
Everest Three Ways Mt. Everest has a universal appeal. It is the highest point on the planet. It also represents the physical aspect of the heights of human achievement. And though the summit has been reached thousands of times, climbers continue to scale this famous of all mountains, and trekkers visit the basecamps both north
Alison Wright Q&A: The Leading Documentary Photographer on her Work and Travel Ever wondered how a photographer views people and places as they travel? This interview comes as close to answering that question as you can get without joining Alison Wright on one of her acclaimed photo tours. The New York-based photographer has spent a
Alison Wright Q&A: Insights on Traveling and Mongolia From the Leading Documentary Photographer The photographer whose work puts “faces to places,” as she describes it, did just that on her last trip to Mongolia, capturing portraits of everyday Mongolians, each with their own stories to tell. Discover her thoughts on future photo tours to this