Nepal though small offers a variety of landscapes not seen the world over. Ranging from a mere 60m to 8848m, Nepal is literally home to the top of the world and some of the most scenic vistas of the incomparable Himalayan Mountain range. With the seamless blend of Hinduism and Buddhism, a trip to Nepal is a trip back in time, an experience into ancient and rich traditions and culture. Patan, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, and Kathmandu Durbar Square provide a glimpse into the medieval period. Temples and monasteries, aesthetically and architecturally captivating, symbolize the importance of art and religion in this historically rich nation. Nepal is also home to some of the most exotic and endangered flora and fauna, hundreds of species of both calls Chitwan Forest home, making for a truly eclectic experience.
As peaceful and serene as Pokhara is, it is also a popular spot for adventure sports. You can cross the city from above by Paragliding or by zip line traveling 160km/hour, or even by mountain bike. For those seeking the ultimate adventure, skydiving has recently been added to the list.
We’ll also visit some popular attractions like the Phewa lake, Davi’s fall, Mahendra Cave, Bat Cave, a Tibetan refugee camp and a museum that honors the climbers and the mountaineering communities.
This peaceful lake is most popular for a variety of water sports and is the main tourist attraction of Pokhara city. The north shore of the lake has developed a tourist district, commonly called Lake-Side, that offers delicious restaurants and small shops. The Taal Barahi Temple is situated on an island and can be reached easily by boat. As Nepal’s largest lake, this area is a great way to spend an afternoon.