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I'm planning a trip to Bhutan & Nepal this October and it looks like I'll be using the above tour company. They used to be called Travel Interlink, but have recently added the name Bhutan Travel. The principle is a guy named Mukesh.

I have gotten several glowing references, but of course, they came via this agency, so I'd love to know if anyone out there has experience with them that they could share. Good company? Reputable?

All guidance gratefully accepted!

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