Pokhara Day Tour takes you to Pokhara – the lakeside city which is probably one of the best places, you’ll have ever encountered before. The city has a unique draw like no other city in the world.
The first and exciting place in Pokhara Day Tour is the lakeside city with the beautiful serene lakes embedded in it. The natural splendor of the city can leave you spellbound. As well the reflection of the Fishtail Mountain in the clear water of Phewa Lake looks spectacular. Thus the combination of lush landscape, snow-capped mountains and charming lakes, one could have asked for nothing more!
An opportunity to visit Pokhara and experience the peaceful lakes in the backdrop of Annapurna massif!
This tour is specially designed to meet you’re craving for various attractions of Pokhara. Pokhara is a city of diversity. There are so many attractions to explore and so many activities to perform. Even a week would be less to explore this enchanting city. Yet, we have compiled some of its major attractions that are not to be missed!
This tour starts early in the morning at around 8 a.m. after breakfast. After exploring the major destinations in Pokhara like Phewa Lake, David’s fall, International mountain museum, and Gupteshwor temple, the wonderful Pokhara day tour end at about 2 p.m. in the afternoon.
Pokhara Day Tour starts from the beautiful – Phewa Lake. Phewa Lake in Pokhara is the region’s foremost attractions also second largest lake of Nepal. Phewa Lake adds to the magnificence of the Pokhara city. A fresh still lake, it often reflects the majestic Annapurna ranges. The reflection of Mt. Fishtail on the still water of the lake is marvelous. The wooden boats at the lake with the endless bookshops, lodges, and restaurants along the lakeside make the whole environment vivid and vibrant. The famous Barahi temple stands in the middle of the lake. Yet, a wide range of options can be found around you so you can get engage yourself in various activities like boating, sailing, bird watching, fishing, etc.
Approximately 2 km south-west of Pokhara airport on the highway to Tansen is a beautiful waterfall popularly known as David’s fall. A foreigner named David swept into an underground passage beneath the fall while swimming in the Pardi Khola. Hence, it was named David’s fall thereafter. The fall is the next attraction under Pokhara Day Tour
Gupteshwor Gupha is a mysterious cave that lies near the famous waterfall David’s fall. Inside the cave is a Shivalinga- a well-preserved phallic form of Lord Shiva. Hence, this place holds an auspicious value amongst the Hindu people and is popularly known as the Gupteshwor temple. Many Hindu devotees from around the globe come to this place to worship Lord Shiva.
Lying at the footstep of the fishtail peak, International mountain museum is a gateway to the alluring mountain region. The museum maintains a systematic record of all the successful eight thousand. It also maintains a record of major human activities and geographic flora and fauna of that region. The distinct feature of this museum is the shape of the museum roof. The museum roof itself resembles the mountain skyline.
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