Pokhara “a piece of heaven in the world” is the second largest city in terms of population after Kathmandu. It is also known as “the city of lakes and ponds”. Pokhara is also known as the “Town of Mountain Ranges” because it is surrounded by white snowcapped mountain and green hills. Pokhara is one of the few destinations in the world catering the wide range of adventure activities. If you want to enjoy nature and learn about different cultures and customs, then Pokhara is the best place for you.
Pokhara is a perfect combination of tranquility and beauty, which lies 200 kms west from the capital city of Kathmandu is located between the Great Himalayas and Mahabharat Ranges in the Western Development Region of Nepal. It is the only place in the world from where we can enjoy the magnificent view of snowcapped massive mountains of above 8000-meter elevation while sitting below 1000 meters above sea level. Out of the 14 highest mountain peaks of the world, elevating higher than 8000 meters, three of them Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and Manaslu can be seen from Pokhara.
Whatever the above reasons are, most of the tourists choose to go Pokhara because it is gateway to the globally known trekking region Annapurna. The trekking to Annapurna begins from various points around Pokhara, which lets travelers to plan their stay at Pokhara.
A temple built in the middle of a lake can be any painter’s dream scene. In real life, you can see beautiful set up if you visit the Barahi temple situated in the middle of Phewa Lake. This two storied pagoda is built in honor of the protectress deity, Ajima. Locals sacrifice animals and fowl on Saturday in this temple.
If you want an adventurous out there who want to give their heart some nerve-racking thrill, look no further. Go Zip Lining whenever in Pokhara as it is the most extreme zip flyer. How? The Zip Flyer in Pokhara is world’s fastest, steepest and tallest in the world going at maximum speed of 120 km/hr, with a vertical height of 610 meters and covering a total distance of 1.80 kilometer. I can feel your heart racing.
Lakes, Mountains, Caves… the only thing left is a beautiful waterfall. Pokhara fulfills even this wish of ours by giving us the scenic Devi’s Fall. It is locally known as Patale Chhange which means Hell’s Fall. Just 2 km away from the Pokhara airport this fall has a legend. It’s said that once a foreigner named David was in Pardi Khola river, skinny dipping. Suddenly flood gates were opened and he was swept away into the underground passage of the fall and no one had ever seen him again. Hence, this fall is also known as Devin’s or David’s fall.
It also had made progress in the attracting of tourist by opening many lodge and hotels for them and people of pokhara pay more respect to the tourist. So many tourists visit Pokhara and in this way quality of living of Pokhara is good.
Day 1: Kathmandu to Pokhara Morning Pickup from Hotel in then drive to Pokhara , Kathmandu to Pokhara is 210km 5/6 hours drive, (We can also provide you Kathmandu to Pokhara Flight ticket on your request). After your arrival at Pokhara check -in then free for boating at Fewa Lake .
Day 2: Pokhara sightseeing tour With early sarangkot sunrise tour back to hotel for breakfast then sightseeing at Devid Fall, Gupteshore cave, Tal Barahi Temple, International Mountainering Museum, Stupa, Fewa lake etc & Evening free
Day 3: Drive to Kathmandu Morning breakfast then drive to Kathmandu, you can visit on the way Manakamana Devi Temple
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☛ Lunch, Dinner & Breakfast.