Pokhara full-day tour is 6 hours car journey with a professional guide to popular sites that departs on a daily basis. At least one-day time is enough to enjoy this trip with a little walking around sightseeing places include Pokhara city, Phewa Lake, David Fall, Tibetan Village, Mountain Museum, Seti Gorge and Sarangkot. After a trip completed, we drop off to a hotel or Pokhara airport.
Pokhara full-day tour is interesting to take plenty of photographs. Ask a new thing you have seen or not seen to your guide. Enjoy short briefing about the city, monument, monastery, and Tibetan refugee. Explore a hometown of Gorkhas, local cuisine and buy a souvenir for your friend and family. Read further information with an itinerary below.
Take one-hour boating with a driver and life jacket on the Phewa Lake with a view of the Himalayas, forest-clad hill, city, and village. Enjoy a small island with Hindu Temple Tal Barahi on the lake. The lake is 1.5 breadth, 4 km long with 8 to 22 meters deep with 17 species of fish.
Sarangkot is a close up the viewpoint of the Dhaulagiri (8167 m) Annapurna I (8091 m), Fishtail (6993 m), Lamjung and Manaslu (8163 m). Enjoy views of Pokhara Valley, Seti River, Phewa Lake and village from there. Watch Paragliding sport above the sky. Small hiking is essential there.
The Hindu Goddess, Bindya Basini Temple is interesting to see an activity of pilgrim and visitors with a view of Pokhara city and mountains. Visit old Newar town to the south in 5 minutes. Marriage celebration will meet with Nepalese music, dance, colorful bride, and bridegroom.
Take a short drive to KC Bridge. Enjoy Seti Gorge (50 meters) with milky river and a suspension bridge north of Pokhara city.
David Fall is a beautiful waterfall, which is a name of David, who swept away by the flooding in 1961. Phewa Lake is a source of the waterfall. Gupteswor Cave lies 5 minutes to the south with limestone figure; Shiva Temple and waterfall are in this cave. The Tibetan Village lies 10 minutes southwest from here. Enjoy Tibetan carpet knitting room with workers, showroom, their apartment and monastery in a close distance.
An outdoor garden, artificial Mt Fishtail and metal Yak, fish pond with the Himalaya views are interesting there. The museum preserves the 14 world highest mountains photographs; ethnic group’s information and video documentary are remarkable.