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Pokhara is a remarkable place of natural beauty. Situated at an altitude of 827m from the sea level and 200km west of Kathmandu valley, the city is known as a center of adventure. This enchanting city has several beautiful lakes and offers stunning panoramic views of Himalayan peaks. The serenity of lakes and the magnificence of the Himalayas rising behind them create an ambiance of peace and magic. Pokhara city tour cover entire famous touristic places in Pokhara, from the majestic Himalayan ranges, sunrise, temples, stupas, cultures, and beautiful Fewa Lake.
Pokhara City Tour Covers:
GUPTESHWOR CAVE: – This Cave divided into two parts. First parts are about 40 meters long; there are a natural cave and temple of Lord Shiva to visit. In this first part, you are not allowed to take photos. Next parts start after temple which way goes to the downside if Devi’s fall, the distance about 100 meters from the second entrance, from there you can see the view of Davis Fall as well as natural rocks, Electric lights are managed for the convenience of the visitor. After the Lord Shiva temple on second parts of this Cave, you are allowed to take photos. Second parts are closed during 4 months of Monsoon (June, July, August, and September)
DEVI’S FALL: – On 31st July 1961 A.D. in the afternoon a sudden flood from Fewa Lake swept away a Swiss citizen Mrs. Davis who was taking a bath with her husband beside it. He was flawed and dead. It has been taken its name “Devi’s fall” Length: 500 meters underground water flow. Depth: 100 Feets. More attractive months: June, July, August and September. Most people pronounce Devi’s fall as Davi’s fall. Locally known as Patale Chhango.
FEWA LAKE: – Phewa lake and water sports are the main tourist attraction of Pokhara city and the north shore of the lake has developed into a tourist district, commonly called Lake-Side, with hotels, restaurants, and bars catering to the tourists. The water from Phewa Lake outlet is used to generate electricity. The Phewa Power House has located about 1.5 km (0.93 mi) from the southern part of the Phewa Lake. A part of the lake is also used as commercial caged fisheries.
BARAHI TEMPLE: – This is the most important religious monument in Pokhara. Built almost in the middle of Phewa Lake, the two storied pagodas is dedicated to the boar manifestation of Ajima, the protectress deity representing the female force Shakti. Devotees can be seen, especially on Saturdays, carrying male animals and fowl across the lake to be sacrificed to the deity.
INTERNATIONAL MOUNTAIN MUSEUM: – The International Mountain Museum is one of the best Pokhara tourist places that is very air spacious. It has plenty of rooms to visit at leisure and several items are exhibited. There are a lot of things to learn about and gain that extra knowledge.
Our day kicks off with a meetup at 10 AM in Lakeside, the pulsating heart of the city. From there, we embark on our adventure:
Boat Ride on Phewa Lake: We’ll embark on a serene boat journey across the stunning Phewa Lake, surrounded by the majestic Himalayan mountains. An opportunity to immerse in serenity and natural beauty.
Visit to Barahi Temple: We’ll arrive at the famed Barahi Temple, located on an island in the lake. Here, we can connect with spirituality while enjoying panoramic vistas that surround it.
Exploration of Devi’s Fall and Gupteshwor Cave: After a short bus ride, we’ll reach Devi’s Fall, a breathtaking waterfall amidst a crevice. Right next door, the intriguing Gupteshwor Cave awaits with its mysterious rock formations.
Traditional Lunch: We’ll pause for a meal at an authentic, traditional spot, savoring delicious local cuisine. An opportunity to relish authentic Nepali flavors.
Immersion at the International Mountain Museum: We’ll continue our day with a visit to the International Mountain Museum. Guided by our passionate local expert, we’ll uncover the rich history and accomplishments of climbers in the Himalayan mountains.
Return to Lakeside: Finally, we’ll return to Lakeside, where we’ll wrap up our day full of exploration and learning. We’ll reflect on shared experiences and bid farewell with unforgettable memories.
This tour is a window into Pokhara’s natural beauty and rich culture. Guided by our enthusiastic local expert and treated to authentic cuisine, we promise you an enriching and discovery-filled day. Join us to explore Pokhara in a unique and authentic way!
Travel insurance is compulsory for every Firante’s activities. All the visitors must provide a copy of their comprehensive travel insurance policy certificate. The policy must cover medical and emergency repatriation.
Visitors are kindly requested to send their detailed insurance information after trek booking. In case of emergencies, we will be using the insurance policy and informational documents you sent us. It will help us arrange a quick and effective rescue operation, transfer for emergency medical help, etc. Please ensure that your insurance covers all costs incurred.
I had the incredible opportunity to join the Pokhara Lakeside Day Tour, and I must say, it was an experience that exceeded all expectations. From start to finish, the tour was flawlessly organized, offering a perfect blend of natural beauty, cultural insights, and genuine hospitality.
The day began with a warm welcome at Lakeside, the heart of Pokhara’s vibrant energy. Our guide’s enthusiasm was infectious, setting the tone for an exciting adventure ahead. The boat ride on Phewa Lake was a serene and mesmerizing journey, offering stunning vistas of the Himalayas that left me speechless.
The visit to Barahi Temple was a spiritual highlight. Being on the island in the middle of the lake, surrounded by tranquility and breathtaking views, was a moment of true reflection and connection. Equally captivating was the exploration of Devi’s Fall and Gupteshwor Cave, each with its own unique allure that added a touch of mystery to the day.
Lunch was a delightful surprise—an authentic taste of Nepali cuisine in a charming traditional setting. The flavors were rich, and it was an excellent opportunity to bond with fellow tour participants.
The International Mountain Museum was a treasure trove of knowledge. Our knowledgeable guide illuminated the history of mountaineering in Nepal, making the museum come alive with stories and achievements. It was a remarkable insight into the challenges and triumphs of those who dared to conquer the peaks.
As the day came to an end back at Lakeside, I found myself grateful for the experience. The tour was not just about sightseeing; it was about immersion, connection, and learning. From the stunning landscapes to the genuine cultural encounters, this tour left an indelible mark on my heart.
I wholeheartedly recommend this tour to anyone seeking an authentic, memorable, and insightful exploration of Pokhara. It was a day to remember, made all the more special by the passionate guides and the thoughtfully curated experiences. Thank you for creating such an unforgettable adventure!