Nepal is the beautiful country to explore and it has everything that you can experience whether it is wildlife, temple, nature, honeymoon or more. If you travel to Nepal you will arrive in Pokhara. Lots of trekkers start their treks from here.
There are many things to do in Pokhara while your Trip in Nepal. Find here top 8 things to do in Pokhara-
Visible from Lake Phewa Tal, on top of a narrow ridge stands the white pagoda of World Peace (World Pace Stupa). It was built by Japanese monks to promote peace around the world. The best way to get there is by renting a boat from Lakeside that takes you to the base of a narrow path that wind up to the pagoda. From here, you can enjoy the views over the city of Pokhara.
In the middle of Phewa Tal Lake you can see this Hindu temple, built in the 18th century and dedicated to Vishnu. To visit it, rent a boat and pay between 50-100 NPR.
Second largest lake in Nepal and a point of reference when you visit the city. Rent a boat to navigate its waters or walk along the shore and leave aside the bustling Lakeside. Standing here and observing the life that surrounds the lake is one of the best things to do in Pokhara. There are many boat routes with different prices.
If you decide to walk down from the Pagoda of the World Peace to Devi's Fall, Cross the leafy Rani Ban or the Queen's forest. Here you can go for an attractive walk along a narrow path where you can't cross paths with anyone.
The waterfalls of Devi are another characteristic point in Pokhara. To be able to visit it you will have to pay an entrance fee of 30 NPR. His fame is given because it is here that the Pardi Khola stream disappears underground. In monsoon season the rumble of the waterfall is overwhelming.
The path that runs along the shores of Lake Phewa Tal is a good place to have a drink and dine while watching the sun goes down behind the pagoda of World Peace. You can find several restaurants at a great price with improvised terraces.
From Pokhara, lots of trekkers start their trekking. There are those whose difficulty is low and can last one or two days, until they are 20 days of route and you reach the Annapurna base camp. Ascend above 3,000 meters and the views of the Annapurna massif are spectacular.
Being Pokhara the beginning of many important trekking, you could not miss the purchases "mountaineers". In the commercial area of Lakeside you will find lots of shops with mountain equipment (backpacks, sleeping bags, and clothes), souvenirs, restaurants, agencies, etc. At night it will also be a point where you can live the nightlife.