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People Of Mongolia

In the 21st century, Mongolia remains one of the only countries to retain its ancient culture and traditions. Mongolian nomads live by and for their livestock, especially the horse … an animal with which they have the utmost respect and an almost spiritual bond. Included in this album are a selection of images taken in areas of Mongolia where Turning Point Travel tours are offered.
 
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People Of The Himalayas

The mighty Himalayan mountain range forms a broad continuous arc for nearly 2600 km (1600 miles) separating the Indian subcontinent from the Tibetan plateau. Most of the Himalayas are located in Nepal, Bhutan and the Indian states of Jammu and Kashmir. Included in this album are a random selection of images taken in the Himalayan countries where Turning Point Travel tours are offered.
 
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The Stunning Himalayas

Included in this album are images taken in the four countries of the Himalayan region where Turning Point Travel tours are offered. Featured is awe inspiring mountain scenery in northern India; large, majestic and architecturally unique Buddhist monasteries in Bhutan and Tibet; an ancient section of Kathmandu; Rishikesh, the spiritual center of India; and wildlife found in Corbett National Park, India’s first nature reserve.
 
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