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Hey Mohsin, I am really sorry but I ain't much of a trekker but helps and guides in the road trips, biking and self drives. So, regarding this one of the ambitious treks, you may need to consult with lots of experts who are specialized in their own region to map out the route for you from Ladakh to Bhutan if that is possible at all. I hope you meant you will trek in most places and not looking for trekking only for 8 months. If latter is the case, well, it seems unlikely.
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Absolutely. I would suggest you to share where you'd like to start from 1. Bhutan 2. Nepal 3. Laddakh if you are anywhere around the northeast or North India, It'd be better to start from Nepal. Now, my suggestion would be to book BnBs in advance. Why BnBs? They are cost effective and the owners are the better guide for your travel plans. (Guides- they'd answer your questions about local itenaries better) I would suggest you to go to these places using your own vehicle. After Nepal, go to Bhutan. The country is extremely beautiful and picturesque, I am sure you knew it. You need to get a permit for these three places if you are visiting Bhutan- Paro, Thimphu and Punakha. you might want to stay at phuntsheling for a night (Indo- Bhutan border) but tbh, that's no so much of any good. better head to Paro Valley first, if you get your permit by 12pm. Next Laddakh, Now, this is going to be quite a journey. You might want to take some rest for a day at least before you head out to Laddakh. Good luck and happy journey. Oh btw, all these could be easily covered in two months time itself.
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