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Prepare yourselves for a true Himachali experience at Nimmu House, a quaint eco-resort, situated 45 minutes away from Leh, the capital of Ladakh.

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What is it?

Summers are already here and for all those planning a quick trip to Ladakh, we’ve got your stay sorted! Located in the village of Nimmu, Nimmu House is the perfect place to unwind and destress on your vacation.

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This Ladakhi heritage hotel was built in the past century for the cousin of the King of Ladakh. In the year 2012, it was converted into a charming boutique hotel for the travelers to experience true Himachali heritage.

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The eco-resort has a stable with yaks, dzos, cows and goats. It also boasts of a 4,500 sq. mt. orchard with hundreds of fruit trees like apricot, apple, and walnuts.

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It is the perfect place for you to detoxify and re-connect with nature as you give into the peace and tranquility that surrounds you here. They offer daily sessions of yoga and meditation, both in the morning and evening to help you relax.

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If you are someone with an adventurous side then take part in the various activities conducted by them, like trekking, rafting, and mountain biking.

Wait, that’s not it!

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You can enjoy a private lunch at the banks of the Zanskar River, where the resort’s chef will prepare a delectable meal for you to enjoy with your loved ones in the laps of nature. You can also participate in their Cooking Artelier, which is a 1hr and 30-minute class with their Chef Maya, who will help you discover the Ladakhi culture through its cuisine.

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You can choose from staying in one of their 7 deluxe fully-equipped tents, or one of their 4 heritage rooms, decorated by keeping in mind the Ladakhi culture.

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What else?

Nestled at 10,000 feet of altitude at the intersection between the Zanskar and Indus rivers, Nimmu is a traditional village of Ladakh that counts 2 small monasteries as well as many old caravanserais. Approximately 200 families live today in Nimmu village.

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A stay at the Nimmu House will not only bring you closer to the heritage and history of Nimmu and Ladakh but also give you an opportunity to visit the monasteries and learn more about the Tibetan culture.

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It combines tradition and nature, with modern comfort giving it’s guests the best of both worlds experience.

Address: Nimmu House Ladakh, c / Nangso House Nimmu, 194101 Leh, Jammu and Kashmir

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