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Darjeeling and Kathmandu help!!

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We are trying to figure out the details on traveling to Darjeeling and Kathmandu. We'll be spending several weeks in India prior to this part of the trip. What are some options to get between the two areas? We are flexible in our plans and can travel to either place first. While in Nepal we plan on going to Pokhara and Kathmandu (we will add more places once we research it more). We will be there in early Dec. We don't do overnight hiking, but love day treks. Is there anything between Kathmandu and Darjeerling that is worth a stop to explore?

We are not in love with the idea of an overnight train so we are really hoping someone has done this before and can help.

Thanks!

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