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Bhairawaha to Kathmandu OR Birgunj to Kathmandu

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Bhairawaha to Kathmandu OR Birgunj to Kathmandu

Dear Friends,

I need some input to decide my travel plan. This diwali I am going with my parents to Pashupatinath, Nepal. I have got train from New Delhi which goes to Gorakhpur and Sagauli as well. Now my query is that, whether we should choose to get down at Gorakhpur or Sagauli in order to reach kathmandu comfortably? The distance chart is as follows :

Gorakhpur > Bhairawah > KTM = 100kms + 294 kms = 394 KMS

My Train reaches to Gorakhpur 4.00AM

Sagauli > Birganj > KTM = 30 Kms + 182 Kms =212 Kms

Train reaches to Sagauli at 8.00 AM

The distance data I have got from Google. However, I am not sure about the lagging time to cover-up this distance. It would be great if you can suggest me the best option to choose.

Thanks for reading :)

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1. Re: Bhairawaha to Kathmandu OR Birgunj to Kathmandu

Bhairahawa KTm is 260 km only -

Do gorakhpur - bhairahawa - KTM

Why go another 150 km - 200 km east to sugauli

Bus time from birgunj and bhairahawa to KTM is about the same

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2. Re: Bhairawaha to Kathmandu OR Birgunj to Kathmandu

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