Davis Falls: Spectacular, supernatural and unusual, Davis falls plunges into a cave and disappears into the earth.
World Peace Pagoda (Shanti Stupa): Built about 16 years ago atop a hill overlooking Phewa Lake, the Stupa offers a great place to see the mountains and the sunset over Pokhara.
Mahendra Cave: Mahendra Cave is a famous cave located in Batulechaur, the northern end of the Pokhara city.
Pokhara is the starting point for many treks such as the Annapurna Circuit, Annapurna Sanctuary trek, or the Ghorepani Poon Hill trek.
Pokhara, by its name, means a city of lakes and ponds, as there are numerous beautiful lakes where you can boat and literally drown your sorrows. And these lakes aren’t the only thing to blow your mind in Pokhara.
Pokhara is the second largest city of Nepal after Kathmandu. It is just at a distance of 200 kms from the capital city, and is easily accessible. There are numerous tourist buses, micro buses and local buses that take passengers in and out of Pokhara every day. Just five hours drive from Kathmandu, and you end up in a completely different place, with a completely different landscape and an entirely different feel from the buzzing hubbub of Kathmandu.
Transportation in Pokhara
Reaching Pokhara is simple since there are convenient road and flight connections to the rest of Nepal. Once in Pokhara, you can get around in a number of ways. There are scooters, bicycles and motorcycles for rent, and boats to get you around the lake. There are also smaller local buses that link the lake area to the airports, Mahendrapul and the bus stands.