Thank you for your trekking service in Nepal. Our guide Mingmar Sherpa was outstanding! He took good care of us from Monday evening (when we landed late to Lukla) til the following Monday (he waited and watched us fly off on a delayed afternoon flight). Mingmar was hospitable,... Read More
Pokhara is a precious jewel of Nepal, well known for its bewitching natural splendor. Residing in the lap of the great Annapurna massif, Pokhara valley offers the most spectacular views of the Annapurna panorama. Pokhara city is also remarkable for the serene lakes that it possesses. The tranquil lake in the backdrop of the massif Annapurna ranges makes the whole city enchanting. Apart from the mountain views and lakes, the lush in the environment is so powerful that it can easily bring peace and joy within your heart.
Pokhara city can be a perfect outing destination in Nepal as it has so much to offer. Nepal Hiking team has especially designed a “Pokhara Day Tour” package to enable you to experience the major highlights of Pokhara just in a day though it is not enough at all.
In this limited time, Pokhara Day Tour covers the major destinations in Pokhara like Phewa Lake, boating in the Phewa lake, David’s fall, International mountain museum and Gupteshwor temple.
When the name Pokhara comes to our mind, Phewa lake and Annapurna ranges are the two names that comes with it itself. Phewa Lake is the second largest lake in Nepal that adds to the magnificence of Pokhara city. The wooden boats at the lake with the endless book shops, lodges and restaurants along the lakeside make the whole environment vivid and vibrant. At the middle of the lake stands the famous Barahi temple. In this lake, you can engage yourself in various activities like boating, sailing, bird watching, fishing, etc. The reflection of the Fishtail Mountain in the crystal clear and serene water of Phewa Lake is something not to be missed.
About 2km south west of Pokhara airport on the highway to Tansen is a beautiful waterfall known as David’s fall. It was named after a foreigner David who was swept into an underground passage beneath the fall while swimming in the Pardi Khola.
There is a mysterious cave near the David’s fall known as Gupteshwor Gupha. It holds an auspicious value among the Hindu pilgrims because inside the cave is a well preserved shivalinga (phallic form of Lord Shiva) where people come and worship Lord Shiva. Therefore, it is also popularly known as the Gupteshwor temple.
International mountain museum
International mountain museum is a popular museum at the footstep of the fishtail peak and a gateway to the mountain region. The shape of the museum roof itself resembles the mountain skyline which is a unique feature of this museum. This museum maintains a systematic record of all the successful eight thousanders, geographic flora and fauna and all the major human activities in the range.