About Exceptional Pokhara Tour
Discover the excitement and adventure on a day trip to Pokhara while appreciating the beauty of the city.
The excitement and adventure of the ideal excursion are revealed by the exceptional Pokhara-1 day Pokhara Tour. Pokhara, the undiscovered sanctuary of nature, is endowed with extraordinary beauty. Pokhara is the ideal location for an amazing one-day trip because of the majestic Annapurna range that serves as its backdrop and the tranquility of the lakes.
Pokhara is endowed with magnificent panoramic views of the Machhapuchhare peak, the Annapurna range, and other mountains. Additionally, its surroundings offer the strenuous Annapurna Circuit and Jomsom Treks, the most well-known treks in the Annapurna area. The Sarankot, Naudanda, Ghandruk, and Ghorepani treks are just a few of the short treks that are equally intriguing in addition to these main trek routes.
The one-day trip offered by Regulus Nepal in Pokhara includes the opportunity to experience the splendor of nature, whether it be by taking in the breathtakingly beautiful snow-capped peaks or the serenity of the numerous lakes in the valley.
Phewa Lake - The second-largest lake in Nepal, Phewa Lake, contributes to Pokhara's captivating beauty. Fans of the outdoors can find artistic peace in the sun's shifting light on Phewa Lake. A collection of eateries and bars can be found on the lake's eastern shore. Along with these sights, you can engage in sports like boating, sailing, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, bird watching, fishing, and angling at Phewa Lake. Every Saturday, Hindu worshipers make animal and bird sacrifices to the goddess Varahi at the Varahi Temple, which is located in the middle of the lake.
David’s Fall- On the Siddhartha Highway, about 2 km southwest of the Pokhara Airport, is a quaint little cascade called David's Fall. Gupteswar Gupha, a mysteriously sacred cave also close to David's Fall, is significant to Hindus because it preserves a phallic symbol of Lord Shiva exactly as it was found, giving it special religious significance. It is also known as Gupteswar Shiva in the area.
Bindybasini Temple- The earliest religious site in Pokhara was established in the 16th century and is called Bindybasini Temple. Hindu worshipers congregate to offer sacrifices at the temple's main shrine, which is dedicated to the goddess Durga, particularly on Saturday.
Two hours of walking north of Pokhara will bring you to Mahendra Gupha and Chamere Gufa, two other significant and beautiful natural locations. The Chamere Gufa (Bat's Cave) and Mahendra Gupha (the "House of Bats") are appropriately called given the quantity of bats that live inside their walls.
Seti Gandaki Gorge- A natural wonder that travels underground, the Seti Gandaki Gorge is often hidden from view as it passes through the metropolis. The river, which at times is only two meters broad, carves a deep valley. Mahendra Pul, a tiny bridge in the city's center, is an excellent place to observe the river below.
World Peace Pagoda- Pokhara's World Peace Pagoda, a sizable Buddhist stupa perched atop a hill on the southern side of Phewa Lake, is a striking sight. In addition to being a striking sight in and of itself, the Buddhist shrine is a wonderful vantage point with breathtaking views of Pokhara City and the Annapurna range.
The Old Bazaar- A traditional bazaar and vibrant meeting spot for a multicultural collection of traders, the Old Bazaar is located 4 km from Phewa Lake. The temples and monuments are very similar to the Newari building found in the Kathmandu Valley and still have a lot of their original charm. One of Pokhara's most significant shrines, the Brindhyabasini Mandir, is also located in the ancient bazaar.
Trip begins at: 10:00
Ends at 3:30 p.m.
Six hours for the journey
Starting point: Lake Side, Pokhara, Nepal
On request, we can also set up hotel transfers and drops.