Bhutan or Nepal ? where should i travel?  

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where should i travel ? i'm a Indian citizen and i don't have a passport , the only ID i need to have is the I-CARD issued to me by me college , i know indians don't need visa or passport to travel to nepal or bhutan, but can i get through with my ID CARD ? its not Govt issued but it is official id card issue by my college and has my phone number and address on it

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Nepal is better to travel in comparison to others!! ,yeah you don't need visa but you should have a authorized government issued ID card like ration card, Citizenship, Passport etc .

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Thank you but why should i chose Nepal ?

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Nepal is mainly more India in culture, people, languages, terrain, and things to do and see. Certainly it is CONCENTRATED India with Hindu and Buddhist close together. Of course, no other place civilized has the Himalayas on one side and a jungle on the other. So, if you know India, Nepal will feel and look like home. KTM has some top quality brass foundries.

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I see i should ignore Bhutan but can you tell me why ?

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I am not saying to ignore it you should visit there too bhutan is not the same as nepal . Bhutan is small in population and very varied in terrain. It is very Tibetan Buddhist and lots of English is spoken there. Tourists numbers are limited, good, and the travel entry fee includes hotel and food per day. If you enter by land, think ahead about a rough ride and maybe blocked roads on the way to the capital. But very little stuff that tourists like to do... tiny disco, only local bars, and after a wonderful river ride, a peek at a temple, and a drive around Paro and Thimphu, you have covered touristy Bhutan

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I am not saying to ignore it you should visit there too bhutan is not the same as nepal . Bhutan is small in population and very varied in terrain. It is very Tibetan Buddhist and lots of English is spoken there. Tourists numbers are limited, good, and the travel entry fee includes hotel and food per day. If you enter by land, think ahead about a rough ride and maybe blocked roads on the way to the capital. But very little stuff that tourists like to do... tiny disco, only local bars, and after a wonderful river ride, a peek at a temple, and a drive around Paro and Thimphu, you have covered touristy Bhutan

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