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Khampa Nomad Ecolodge


Nestled in the heart of Eastern Tibet’s Kham region, Khampa Nomad Ecolodge stands as a serene sanctuary amidst the winter grazing lands of Tibetan yak herding nomads. This unique lodge is not just a retreat but a vibrant testament to traditional craftsmanship, natural materials, and the essence of Tibetan-style architecture, harmoniously powered by passive solar energy. The lodge serves as a communal hub where meals, featuring local, organic produce, are shared in a warm, family-style environment, fostering a sense of togetherness among visitors.

Their story

The journey of Khampa Nomad Ecolodge began in 2004 as a humble trekking company established by Angela Langford and her Tibetan husband. Over time, it evolved, embracing the principles of local traditional skills and eco-friendly practices, to become the Ecolodge it is today. As an American-Tibetan nomad family, they have always been dedicated to supporting the local community, offering activities and treks that not only honor but also financially support the local people.

Situated at an elevation of 3800 meters, in the winter pasture of the Genong Clan of Tibetan yak herders, the lodge is enveloped by majestic grassy hills that rise to 4500 meters. The changing seasons bring a unique charm to the area, with the presence of herders and yaks in the colder months, and their migration to higher pastures in the summer. Read more about them here.

Sustainability actions

Lowest impact construction and operation

Highest level of energy efficiency

Pioneer in waste management

Using organic and chemical-free products

Actively protects nature and community

  • Nomad Life Workshop/Tentstay,
  • Full-Day Grassland Horse Ride
  • Hiking Alone or Guided
  • Multi-day Treks or Horse Rides
  • Tibetan Painting Workshop



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