Pokhara City Tour
Nepal is famous in the world for trekking. It is the famous destination for the people living in different continents as well as the cheapest destination. It is too scenic, and its Himalayas are incomparable. Generally, Nepal is for the trekkers but is also for the travelers who want to be in the midst of beautiful nature inside the area of a city, such as Pokhara. This city is the starting point of the famous trek of the world called the Annapurna Base Camp Trek and lies close to Kathmandu, not so far, just 200 km. Its day tour is more than enough and constitutes Phewa Lake, Devi's fall, Mahendra cave, Seti River Gorge, International Mountain Museum, and the Tibetan refugee camp and takes you in and around. Each of these has been mentioned briefly below and the tour will be organized upon your request.
The hotel where you are staying lies by this lake. There is a reflection of Fishtail mountain in this lake, and you can see the Himalayan Ranges which are beautiful and which will trace on your mind.
It is known as Patale Chhango (waterfall) in Nepali and situated about 2 km south-west of Pokhara. A foreigner named David was swept away and never found from here. It has narrow gorges and flows through the caves.
Mahendra Cave is full of stalactites and stalagmites, and you will appreciate the beauty of awe-inspiring nature.
Gorge of the Seti Gandaki River
This River flows underground the city of Pokhara and is visible in some parts and looks beautiful and has a strong current.
International Mountain Museum
This museum tells you a lot about mountaineering as well as from the highest peaks to the expedition to the lifestyle in the Himalayas, including challenges.
Tibetan Refugee Camp
See the women first hand making their rugs and wall hangings. You may then go and visit the store of which the money goes back into the community.
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