The journey from India to Bhutan takes about seven hours, from the port of Pokhara in the northern part of the country to the town of Sohin in the southern part.
This is the most direct route to the Tibetan plateau and the last stop before reaching the Himalayas.
It is one of the most difficult parts of a trip, but the experience is also one of its best.
A trip to Bhutani and its villages and forests is an unforgettable one.
You will have the opportunity to see the beauty of nature in full view of the city of Pashupatinath, and you will see the traditional way of life.
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