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Bio 🏕Off The Beaten Path Adventurer 🏔 based 📍Now: Alaska 🛫Next: China 🇨🇳 with me to 🇹🇯🇵🇰 🇨🇳 👇

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Instagram Image by Nicole ✨AdventuresOfLilNicki (@adventuresoflilnicki) with caption : "T-minus 8 weeks until more camping and stargazing in #Tajikistan 🙌🏽 #centralasia #dametraveler #mountaingirls #fannmount" at Fann Mountains - 1765685793199647938
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T-minus 8 weeks until more camping and stargazing in 🙌🏽

Instagram Image by Nicole ✨AdventuresOfLilNicki (@adventuresoflilnicki) with caption : "Looking out over lake #Karakul & the #Pamir Mountains in #Tajikistan. 
We’ve nearly sold out the upcoming trip to China " at Pamir Mountains - 1763296562401561791
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Looking out over lake & the Mountains in . We’ve nearly sold out the upcoming trip to China and Tajikistan in June with @inertianetwork and I, so if you’d like to join the trip get in touch ASAP. We do have more space on the China and Northern Pakistan portion of the trip, so if you’re interested let us know! Click the link in my bio for more info.

Instagram Image by Nicole ✨AdventuresOfLilNicki (@adventuresoflilnicki) with caption : "Sleeping under the stars in the #Sahara Desert with an angry cat (I’ll tell you about angry cat a little later in the ca" at Sahara Desert, Morocco - 1762560570422048529

Sleeping under the stars in the Desert with an angry cat (I’ll tell you about angry cat a little later in the caption) and roadtripping the South Atlantic coast to Mirlift, Sidi Ifni, and then inland to Tafraoute were the best adventures I had in last year. Oh yeah, and the herder we stumbled across in the absolute middle of nowhere with his lovable camels and an Argon Tree full of his goats.. I mean how can you not love a tree full of goats and camels that just want you hug them? So on to angry cat. Angry cat appeared to reside at the tent camp we stayed at. My first run-in with him was when he jumped in out tent “window” in our room and started hissing and growling at me. And by window I mean hole in the side of the tent at head level. When we came back later after we arrived to a present from angry cat on the floor. A cat turd. 🐈💩 If you wanna check out my Moroccan Roadtrip Itinerary make sure to swipe up on my IG stories today 👆 📸For those wondering what my camera settings were for this photo... Exp: 30sec, f/: 2.8 and ISO: 3200.

Instagram Image by Nicole ✨AdventuresOfLilNicki (@adventuresoflilnicki) with caption : "I’ve spent an inordinate amount of my life sleeping on the ground outdoors, and I can say this campground at #MonkeyIsla" at Monkey Island Bay, Orepuki, New Zealand - 1762049423210182927

I’ve spent an inordinate amount of my life sleeping on the ground outdoors, and I can say this campground at , just outside , is one of my all time faves. When the tide goes out you can walk out to Monkey Island that you can see in the photo. The Maori name for the island is Te Puka o Takitimu, and was used as a lookout for spotting Southern Right Whales.

Instagram Image by Nicole ✨AdventuresOfLilNicki (@adventuresoflilnicki) with caption : "A balloonless sunrise over #Bagan. I was supposed to be on one of those balloons but it got cancelled.. so I got stuck i" at Bagan - 1759885949507957164
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A balloonless sunrise over . I was supposed to be on one of those balloons but it got cancelled.. so I got stuck in the mud on my scooter like 30 times to catch the sunrise 😂

Instagram Image by Nicole ✨AdventuresOfLilNicki (@adventuresoflilnicki) with caption : "I have a really hard time saying no to an adventure. So it should come as no surprise that when @tayzertravels and I wer" at Huayna Picchu, Peru - 1758225436214489788
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I have a really hard time saying no to an adventure. So it should come as no surprise that when @tayzertravels and I were buying our tickets that we opted to add on the climb for . Huayna Picchu is that super recognizable mountain that towers over the famed Peruvian archaeological complex. So after watching the sunrise over Machu Picchu, we booked it over to the start of the trailhead up Huayna Picchu, signed into the book at the warden’s hut and started the 40ish minute climb to the top where you really get a different perspective on the ancient Incan site. When we decided to start the descent back down we noticed a sign for a trail marked La Gran Caverna. Should we see where this goes? We’re already here, so why not? We started the trek down the backside of Huayna Picchu. That’s where this photo was shot. The La Gran Caverna trail ended up being my favorite thing we did on our day at Machu Picchu. How could I not love the golden morning sun beaming down on us and the haze lingering on the mountains in the distance? Anyways, this trek eventually leads you down to the Temple of the Moon after a long, steep, somewhat rugged trail. The best part? We only saw one couple and one single woman on this stretch of Huayna Picchu, making you feel like you had it all to yourself. So nearly 3 hours after our little detour we finally finished up the trek that wraps all the way around the mountain.

Instagram Image by Nicole ✨AdventuresOfLilNicki (@adventuresoflilnicki) with caption : "A few things I learned after our #campingtrip to #WhiteSands, #NewMexico two years ago:

1. Don’t continue to do shots a" at White Sands, New Mexico - 1757489952928430407

A few things I learned after our to , two years ago: 1. Don’t continue to do shots at the airport bar with @thisisthelife_akv, saying things like “it’s a celebration bitches, drink up” while @grantarendphotography who has done more damage to a liver than most pleads with you guys to stop. When the seasoned party animal says to stop, you should probably put down the shot glasses. 2. Don’t book a ticket a Tucson because it’s cheap. We didn’t bother to look at the drive time from Tucson to Alamogordo before making that decision. It’s a 6 hour drive. 6 HOURS. Through the most flat, boring, uninspiring desert I’ve ever experienced. Combo that with a hangover so bad even @grantarendphotography was still green by Las Cruces. 3. Camping in the desert out here at in April is FUCKING COLD. I’ve camped in below freezing temps in Alaska, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, and more... and let me just tell you this was one of the coldest nights of my life. Don’t let the hot, sunny day time temps fool you. I fought to stay in the middle of our dogpile in the tent during my brief nap that night. ....and yes, we did have sleeping bags and layers, still cold. Oh, and you can’t have a fire in the park, just FYI. 4. Do take the opportunity to camp at White Sands. Even if you freeze your ass off, it’s worth it. Yes this photo is edited, but not as much as you’d think. Yes, long camera shutter speeds paired with high ISO pick up an insane amount of light that you’re eyes just can’t see. However, I’ve never seen the stars and the as impressive as this anywhere else in the world, and I’ve seen some phenomenal starry nights in my 31 years. This place is a stargazer’s dream. And a little bonus shred of info: there is light pollution, even though you’ll read that there isn’t any out here. If you position yourself down low between dunes you can block a lot out. But in the case of this photo, the cause of the pink and yellow of the horizon is the lights of nearby Alamogordo. 5. Be at the visitor center for White Sands when it opens at 9am, there are only 10 campsites.

Instagram Image by Nicole ✨AdventuresOfLilNicki (@adventuresoflilnicki) with caption : "The reality behind this photo: I wasn’t actually taking a picture of this majestic flying creature that frequents dumpst" at Eagle And Symphony Lakes Trailhead - 1754801273068023886

The reality behind this photo: I wasn’t actually taking a picture of this majestic flying creature that frequents dumpsters in most parking lots in towns everywhere... cough..cough... I mean seagull 😂. I was taking a photo of the valley with late evening sun shining down on it. Meanwhile my friend Geena was just happening to take a photo of the lake to post on her Snapchat (I absolutely hate Snapchat, but that’s not the point here), and the bird flew into both our frames. So it ended up making for a cool photo. And while I’ve got you guys here reading: I have an exciting announcement tomorrow so come back and check it out! Hint: it involves a country I was supposed to visit last fall and found out I wouldn’t be able to at almost the last minute.

Instagram Image by Nicole ✨AdventuresOfLilNicki (@adventuresoflilnicki) with caption : "Hi 👋🏽 My name is Nicole and in case you wanted to know some random shit- I have a tripod, not an Instagram husband and I" at Tajikistan - 1753157838946885302
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Hi 👋🏽 My name is Nicole and in case you wanted to know some random shit- I have a tripod, not an Instagram husband and I like to disappear into the mountains alone, a lot more than the average person. Nor do I have a Lightroom preset to sell you, or a blogger retreat I’m hosting, or an Instagram course to teach you how to become an influencer... Oh, you wanna know how to get to where I’m sitting in this photo? You better sort out a way to get to , get a map and strap on some hiking boots.

Instagram Image by Nicole ✨AdventuresOfLilNicki (@adventuresoflilnicki) with caption : "Exploring #Khiva is like jumping into a living museum, especially in late October with freezing cold days and foreign to" at Khiva - 1752415362195665734
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Exploring is like jumping into a living museum, especially in late October with freezing cold days and foreign tourists few and far between. Wars have leveled the ancient city and has been conquered time and time again from the Arabs to Genghis Khan, on to Amin Timur and finally the Soviets. Khiva is home to several impressive madrasas, mausoleums, and caravansarai that were constructed over the years as Khiva was a well known trading post along ’s stretch of the . Pictured here is Mohammed Rahim Khan Madrasa. The madrasa was completed in 1876 under the order of Said Mohammed Rahim Khan.

Instagram Image by Nicole ✨AdventuresOfLilNicki (@adventuresoflilnicki) with caption : "Did you know there are over 2000 lakes in #Tajikistan? Those 2000+ lakes only account for 1% of the land within its bord" at Tajikistan - 1751902426566013721
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Did you know there are over 2000 lakes in ? Those 2000+ lakes only account for 1% of the land within its borders. The majority of the rest? Mountains ⛰. Mountains cover 93% of Tajikistan’s surface area. If you love mountains and lakes click the link in my bio to find out more about the tour @inertianetwork and I will be taking to Tajikistan’s wild mountains.

Instagram Image by Nicole ✨AdventuresOfLilNicki (@adventuresoflilnicki) with caption : "Ever wanted to experience the traditional nomad life? Come experience just that with me in the remote #Pamir Mountains i" at Pamir Mountains - 1750407271619120813
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Ever wanted to experience the traditional nomad life? Come experience just that with me in the remote Mountains in this summer with @inertianetwork. We will also be visiting parts of Western China as well as the Gilgit-Baltistan province in Pakistan. If you want more information click the link in my bio! And make sure to head over to adventuresoflilnicki.com tomorrow to see 10 reasons why you should visit the Pamirs!