Pokhara sightseeing – Pokhara city day tours
Sightseeing in Pokhara city covers most of the tourist attractions provides an opportunity to explore local places to visit near Pokhara. Pokhara city is said to be the paradise city of Nepal, attracting thousands of tourists each year. This city has beautiful lakes and sounded by the mountains. Pokhara is a truly beautiful city situated at the foothills of the Himalayas. The enthralling mountain panorama, various ancient caves, beautiful attractive lakes, temples, religious and cultural sites, stupas -all together make Pokhara a fascinating tourist attraction. The great culture, tradition, people and conventional hospitality are a supplementary bonus. It is also a doorway to most of Nepal‘s popular rafting and trekking destinations.
The city of lakes and Mountains Pokhara known as admirable place to savor the beauty of the Himalayan peaks, the 10th highest peak in the world, Annapurna is just 24 km away from here. Other peaks in the skyline are Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchhare and Lamjung. The Phewa Lake is an important landmark of Pokhara and is the second-largest lake in Nepal. It offers recreational activities like boating, fishing and swimming. Begnas Lake and Rupa Lake are another attraction of Pokhara sightseeing situated approximately 15 Km east of Pokhara. These lakes are twin water-bodies and are separated by a low ridge and worthy a visit. Tal Barahi temple and Bindyabasini temple are also the most visited places in Pokhara valley. Tal Barahi temple is located on an island in the middle of the Phewa Lake and can be reached by boat from the Barahi Ghat. Bindabasini temple is one of the oldest structure in Pokhara was built in the 16th century by Newari traders and is dedicated to Goddess Durga. It also has a Shiva temple and a Buddhist monastery at the base.
Sightseeing in Pokhara valley also include with Manindra cave, Bat cave which are limestone cave with stalagmites and stalactites, and an important religious site. Tibetan refugee camp also another popular visited side of Pokhara valley; this was set up by the Tibetan refugees and sells jewellery and souvenirs. They also dye and spin wool for making carpets. Wonder full water fall Devi’s fall also another tourist attraction of Pokhara city sightseeing. It known as Patale Chhango or Hell’s fall, this site is about 1 km away from Pokhara. Sarangkot, shanty stupa, caves; Lakes, Museums, Temples and views of stunning Himalayan range are the highlights of Pokhara valley.
Pokhara sightseeing tours itinerary
7:15 A.M: Wake up, freshen up
7:30 AM: Breakfast at hotel
8:00 A.M: Agency representative introduce with city guide and briefing about upcoming sightseeing program at hotel by the tour guide.
8:30 AM: Drive to Devis fall, Gupteshor cave, international mountaineering museum Mahendra cave, Chamare cave, Bindabasini temple, Old bazaar, Gurkha museum, Seti gorge, regional museum, Phewa lake, Sarangkot etc, in between sightseeing in Pokhara about 45 minute break for lunch.
3:30 PM: Drive back to Hotel
So visit to beautiful Pokhara city which is filled with great tourist spots and adventure activities. Travelers have a great time to discover the most beautiful city of Nepal, Base Camp Excursion arrange day and multi days sightseeing in Pokhara Nepal year round. Given program of Pokhara city sightseeing tours designed to combine all important places to visit in Pokhara valley and fixed the departure dates for group joining travelers. Minimum 2 days require exploring all places to see in Pokhara, if you would like to visit all places in Pokhara let us to know we are happy to organize a private day trip.