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We at Nomad Travels understand & know India, & we love to show it off. We make your travel experience in India luxurious and enriching.
We at Nomad Travels understand & know India, & we love to show it off. We make your travel experience in India luxurious and enriching.

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Here are some traditional treats you can munch on while visiting #Ladakh #traditionalfood http://ow.ly/Md79J

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The Magnetic Hill often referred to as the Gravity Hill is worth a stopover. The hill can pull any vehicle up its steep slope with the ignition of the vehicle off. This natural phenomenon is worth the experience. If not for the thrill simply to satisfy your own curiosity. http://ow.ly/MGuBq
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Paragliding offers a unique bird's-eye- view of the beautiful landscapes all around you. It is a rare opportunity to take in the sights below and truly witness the natural beauty which constantly draws hordes of tourist to Ladakh every year.
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Snow Leopards are among the rarest big cats in the world today. Spotting these magnificent creatures is a rarity. However Ladakh's Hemis National Park which can also be categorized as the Snow Leopard Capital of the world provides a 50% likeness of witnessing these elegant cats in their natural habitat.
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"Travel re-establishes the original harmony, which once existed between man and the universe."
- Anatole France
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Dating back to the 11th century, Lamayuru monastery was founded by Mahasiddhacharya Naropa and belongs to Red-Hat sect of Buddhism. Also known as Yung-Drung, this monastery is home to more than 150 monks and houses a rich collection of artifacts, wall paintings, statues, carpets and an impressive 11-headed, 1000 eyed image of Chenzing. Tourists who visit Ladakh often halts in Lamayuru as a rule to visit Lamayuru monastery in this region.
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Dating back to the 11th century, Lamayuru monastery was founded by Mahasiddhacharya Naropa and belongs to Red-Hat sect of Buddhism. Also known as Yung-Drung, this monastery is home to more than 150 monks and houses a rich collection of artifacts, wall paintings, statues, carpets and an impressive 11-headed, 1000 eyed image of Chenzing. Tourists who visit Ladakh often halts in Lamayuru as a rule to visit Lamayuru monastery in this region.
Kindly click the link for any additional information. goo.gl/kj9uIq
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Situated at an average altitude of over 11,000 feet ‪#‎Ladakh‬ (literally- 'land of high passes'), nestling in the ‪#‎Himalayas‬, is a place like no other. #Ladakh offers some unbeatable trekking opportunities- from gentle 2/3 day treks out of ‪#‎Leh‬ to more rugged trips of up to 2 weeks.
So pick your comfort (or tolerance!) level and send us a message. http://ow.ly/Md8Jz
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"Heaven in the Himalayas!"
#Ladakh is a place like no other. Its dramatic landscape is the closest most of us will ever get to the moon. Incredibly blue skies, remote monasteries built on hilltops, air so clear you can literally see for miles and that's just the tip of the iceberg. So pick your comfort level and send us a message. http://ow.ly/Md8iZ
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