Nomadic Adventures specialises in tailor made adventure tours, treks and trips, either in small or large team groups.
Our success is based on the fact that we are enthusiastic about our products. We don't only work on fixed departure dates. We tailor make your adventure tour or trek to meet your needs and requirements, be it additional days in the country to acclimatise, venture off on a journey of discovery amongst the people or simply to sit back, relax and absorb a whole new world.
We do not reject anyone who wants to climb in pairs or small groups and in some cases, trek alone. We will always do our best to accommodate your specific needs. We work with country based tour operators and local guides who have proven their success in their field. We work with local guides who know the local conditions, customs and culture and most importantly, the mountains that they spend so much time in. Who better to escort you around the country than the very people who live there.
Our ground operators in each destination are well affiliated to various organizations in their country to include porter protection and environmental sustainability. We regularly give back to the communities we work in and will readily get involved in charity climbs and treks, offering you the lowest cost trek possible.
We are committed to environmental sustainability and regularly get involved in cleanup operations e.g. bi-annual treks up Kilimanjaro to clean rubbish off the mountain, annual treks on the Everest base camp route to clean up what we can.
Take a journey to the roof of Africa and the largest free standing volcano on earth
Walk through the habitat of the Mountain Gorilla and engage with them and their family
This beautiful country and its incredible people have so much of their heritage to share with you
Drive across the plains of Maasai Mara, all the way to the flamingos paradise at Lake Nakuru
Amidst the ancient temples of Cambodia lies the mystery to the empire that comprises the temple complex of Ankhor Watt
This incredible trek takes you as high on Everest as a non summit climber can go, all the way to Camp III