Trekking in the Himalayas Cruising in Halong Bay - Vietnam Climbing Kilimanjaro Trekking in the Dhaulagiri


What started out of as a commitment to family to Climb Kilimanjaro quickly turned into a passion for high peaks and adventure travel around the world. And so Nomadic Adventures was born out of the desire to offer these amazing experiences with others around the world. Since then, Nomadic Adventures has grown and now includes an array of unusual destinations from South America to Tibet and Nepal, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda. We have spent time with the mountain gorilla of Rwanda, trekked to the North Face of Everest, visiting the ancient ruins of Machu Picchu, engaged in cultural dances with the Nepalese and witnessed the migration of the wildebeest from Tanzania to Kenya. And our journeys continue so that we may gain first hand experience or our areas.


View a sample of some of our tours

Magical Kingdom


Heading across Bhutan, we visit several monasteries, deep valleys and mountain passes. A highlight is the subtropical area of Wangdue Phodrang and Gangtey, home to the endangered Black Naked Crane.

Everest Advanced Base Camp Trek


This trek takes one up the North Face of Everest, to camp III, as close to the summit of Everest as any non-mountain climber can go, all the way to Camp 3 and the base of the North Col via the East Rongbuk Glacier.



At 5895m, Kilimanjaro is the tallest mountain in Africa and one of the 7 summit. Reaching her summit on a clear day and overlooking the curvature of the earth, is well worth every step.

Mountain Gorilla

Uganda and Rwanda

95% genetically human, these magnificent creatures live up on the Virunga mountains of Uganda, Congo and Rwanda. Each permit grants you a one hour visit with a gorilla family



On this tour you will get to see some of the most impressive sights of Vietnam and take time to immerse yourself in the traditions and culture of the people of Vietnam

Everest Base Camp Trek Nepal


This is one of the most spectacular trekking routes in the Himalayas, along paths lined and carved out by multi-hued prayer flags, prayer wheels and carved Mani stones.