Direct bus service linking Pokhara-New Delhi

posted on Jun 14th, 2010, under Tourism News, Travel Guide, No Comments

A  private transportation company has been plying passenger buses along the Pokhara-New Delhi highway ferrying tourists and Nepalese between the two Nepalese and Indian cities of Pokhara and New Delhi. Presently the bus service runs for three days a week , but taking into consideration NTY 2011 and the the increased frequency of tourist arrivals, the company has decided to ply its buses 6 days a week from mid-July.Though most of the passengers are Nepalese and Indian tourists, tourists from Japan, America, England, and Israel have also been found favoring this direct bus service.

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  1. I see here that is says there is a direct bus private transportation from pokhara to New Delhi. How do I get more information on this because me and my friend are going to be staying in Pokhara next month and we want to go over to New Delhi area for a couple weeks and would like to possibly take a bus there instead of fly. Where do i find more information on this and how much it costs and how long it takes and what you need, and how to go about this from Pokhara. Thanks, Julia

    - Julia
  2. How do I find out if this bus was the one in the bus-train accident? My son and his friend left on this bus for New Delhi Wednesday the 20th.

    - barb
  3. hi is there ..bus to pokhara frm delhi….how can i take it………if is there?

    - pradeep

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