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Pokhara full day tour

Trip Cost: USD 110

Pokhara Full Day Tour is an exciting 6-hour sightseeing with an English-speaking guide and private car. Early morning trip to Sarangkot sunrise with Himalayas view departs from Lakeside, Pokhara. Transfer for a hot breakfast and continue sightseeing in Gurkha city, Bindyabasini temple, Seti Gorge, Davis Fall, Gupteshwor cave, Tibetan village, International Mountain Museum, and Phewa Lake boating. Towards the end, tourist returns to the hotel or Pokhara airport. 

Pokhara Full Day Tour explores Pokhara Valley with a beautiful Phewa Lake and mountain view of Dhaulagiri (8167 m), Annapurna (8091 m) and Manaslu (8163 m). The professional guide briefs the city, Himalayas, lake, temple, cave and Tibetan village. Taste the local cuisine, purchase local souvenirs and capture photos of snow-clad peaks, lakes and green hills. Feel free to ask with the guide for seen and unseen things. The sightseeing places are below.

Sarangkot (1592 m) 

Early morning, 25 minutes of driving takes Sarangkot. Tourists charge 60 rupees for an entrance ticket. The most popular hill station suggests sunrise with close up Mountain views of Dhaulagiri (8167 m), Annapurna I (8091 m), Fishtail (6993 m), Lamjung, Manaslu (8163 m), Pokhara Valley, Seti River, Phewa Lake, World Peace Pagoda, picturesque villages on a clear day. 

Bindya Basini Temple (17th century) 

Drive 20 minutes from Sarangkot to Bindya Basini Temple, a famous Hindu temple with a view of Pokhara city, Annapurna Himalayas. Numerous devotees visit every day. Sometimes, it can observe a typical Nepali wedding with music and dance, a traditional dress of the bride and bridegroom. The old city of Pokhara with Newar homes lies to the south within a 5-minute distance. 

Seti Gorge 

Take a small drive to Seti Gorge with a 50 rupee entrance. There is a small garden with K.I. Singh Bridge offers a 100-meter-deep Seti river gorge with milky water, a waterfall, and a tunnel bridge. The Gurkha Memorial Museum (200 Rupees) and a long suspension bridge lie nearby. 

Davis Falls, Gupteswor Cave, Tibetan village 

Davis Fall is a beautiful, historical waterfall named after Davi's death by flooding in 1961 while she was bathing with her husband. Tourists are required to pay 30 Rupees for entrance. Phewa Lake water is the source of Davis Falls. Gupteswor Cave takes a 5-minute walk to the south with 100 Rupees entrance for a foreign tourist. The cave is exciting with a Limestone figure, Shiva Temple and Davis Falls. Photos are allowed only after the Hindu temple. Tibetan village lies 10 minutes to the southwest with a carpet knitting room, showroom, Tibetan village, monastery and the Himalayas view. 

International Mountain Museum 

Drive 10 minutes from Tibetan village to the International Mountain Museum south of Pokhara airport. Enjoy superb views of Annapurna, Lamjung, Manaslu. Tourist charges 500 Rupees for a ticket with the impressive museum complex of outdoor garden, an artificial Mt Fishtail, a statue of Yak and a fish pond with coffee trees. The museum exhibits photos of 14 of the world's highest mountains, ethnic groups, stone, and climate change on a video documentary and information on Yeti, wildlife, and climbers. 

Boating on Phewa Lake 

Drive to Phewa Lake, take an hour of local boating and visit the small island with Tal Barahi Temple, views of Fishtail, Annapurna, forest-clad hill, city, and village. Mountain peaks reflection depicted on Phewa Lake. Take a delicious lunch in Lakeside, Pokhara. Later, return to the hotel.

Trip Cost Includes

  • Entrance fees during the tour.
  • Professional tour guide.
  • Salary to guide and driver.
  • Car with hotels pick up and drop.

Trip Cost Excludes

  • Personal expenses.
  • Lunch and drink.
  • Tip to guide and driver.

Trip Facts

  • Duration: 6:00 hours
  • Max. Altitude: 1592 m/Sarangkot
  • Start/End: Pokhara
  • Departure Date: Everyday at 4/5 AM
  • Best Season: Four seasons