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Which are the best places to visit in Pokhara on a honeymoon tour?

1.Rupa Taal Lake: At a height of 600m amidst green hills is the third-largest freshwater lake in Pokhara, Rupa Taal lake. This freshwater lake is spread across 1.35 km and has a depth of 3m to 6m. The beautiful lake gets its water from the Talbesi stream & the Dhovan Khola.
The lake creates a serene environment with its calm water and the greenery around it. It makes for a perfect location to visit with your partner with your Pokhara honeymoon package. With its peace and the sweet sound of the chirping birds, the lake serves as a great spot for boating and simply relaxing too.
- Location: Kaski, Pokhara, Nepal.

2.Sarangkot: A must-visit when in Pokhara, this tiny village is situated at the outskirts of the city. Famous for its impeccable natural beauty and scope of adventures like paragliding, Sarangkot is a piece of paradise. With its tranquility and simple living, it also offers panoramic views of the Annapurna Himalayan range.
Marked by the striking hues of the sun and the clear skies, the majestic mountain range makes it a scenic spot for nature lovers. Adventure lovers can also find this to be a paradise with various sports like paragliding here.
- Location: Ward 18 of Pokhara, Kaski District, Nepal

3. International Mountain Museum: A heaven for mountain lovers, the International Mountain Museum is, seemingly, an ode to mountaineers across the world. Also a landmark to Pokhara, the museum attracts tourists with its dedication to the Himalayan range and the world's most famous mountaineers.
Built in the year 1995 under the initiation of the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA), the edifice was conceptualized when they realized how crucial it is to preserve the records, milestones, and evidences of Himalayan expeditions. After years of data collection and hard work, the International Mountain Museum was finally opened to the world in the year 2004
- Location: Pardi Bazaar, Pokhara, 33700
- Timing:9 AM to 5 PM
- Entry fees:100 rupees for Nepali citizens, 500 rupees for foreign tourists

4.Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave: A mysterious and spooky cave yet definitely worth a visit. The Gupteshwar Mahadev Cave should be a must-visit in your Pokhara honeymoon package. Connected to the Devi’s fall as its downstream, visitors have to climb down a few flights of metal stairs to get there.
Also marked by a religious significance, the Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave reels in tourists with its peaceful environment and soul-soothing atmosphere. Although needing a torch to explore it fully, the place is an intriguing experience in itself.
- Location: Pokhara-17, Chhorepatan, Kaski district, opposite Davis Fall
- Timing: 6 AM to 6 PM
- Entry fees: Rupees 50 to 100

5. Devi's Fall: Famous for an incident, Devi’s Fall got its name after a Swiss lady, named Devi, who had drowned in the fall, only to be found dead three years later. Situated as upstream of the Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, the falls serve as a very soothing spot for nature lovers. The tourist place also boasts of some engaging areas around like some local shops and a wishing well.
- Location: Sital path, Pokhara 33700, Nepal
- Timing: 6 AM to 7 PM
- Entry fees: Rs. 30

6.Peace Temple: Perched on a hilltop, the Peace Temple is a popular religious spot that stands by its name, peace. Surrounded by the peace of nature, the temple is located at a height of about 3,610 ft. Offering stunning views of the city and the surrounding naturistic spots, including the majestic Himalayan range, the monument houses a tall Buddha statue.
Standing for compassion and peace, the pagoda-style statue is a major attraction in itself. The temple has two levels, one for visitors and one for dedicated devotees who wish to worship the 115 ft tall statue.
- Location: Gorakhnath marg Pumdhi Bhumdhi, Pokhara 33411 Nepal
- Timing: 12 AM to 12 PM

7.Begnas Lake: The second largest lake, Begnas lake is located in the Pokhara Valley. It is a freshwater lake that attracts tourists with its surrounding natural beauty and the scintillating vibe that comes from being located amidst forested surroundings.
Also situated right at the foothills of the Himalayas, the clear water of the lake reflects the beauty of the mountain range on it. This adds to the overall charm of the lake, making it a serene spot for nature lovers.
- Location: Lekhnath, Nepal

8. Barahi Temple: Located on a tiny island on Phewa lake, the Tal Barahi Temple is a pagoda temple devoted to Goddess Varahi, an incarnation of Goddess Durga. Also known as the Varahi Temple or Lake Temple, it was supposedly built by King Kulmandhan.
It is a two-story pagoda, where the traditional pagoda has been made of wood, bricks, and stone. The other part of the temple is a large premise for devotees to sit and relax.
- Location: Kaski District of the Gandaki Zone in western Nepal.
- Timing: 10:30 AM - 4:30 PM
- Entry fees: NPR 100 per person

What are the best things to do in Pokhara on a honeymoon tour?

1.Boating at Phewa Taal: Boating at Phewa Taal is one of the most rejuvenating and soothing recreational activities at Pokhara. As a couple, boating at this beautiful lake, surrounded by greenery and the reflection of the Himalayan range, makes for a fantastic part of your Pokhara honeymoon package.
With the Tal Bahari Temple in the middle and the white stupa perched uphill, boating at Phewa Tall can be a refreshing experience. This glacier fed lake will take you about an hour to explore its beauty in a boat.
- Price: Rs. 450 to 500 for an hour

2.Bunjee Jumping:  Nepal's only and the very first tower Bungee is located about 25 minutes away from the Pokhara Lakeside. By having this as a part of your Pokhara honeymoon package, you and your partner can experience the adrenaline rush that comes with this activity.
With 3 seconds of free fall and a 160-meter long jump, you also get soul-soothing views of the surrounding natural beauty and the Himalayas.
- Location: Lakeside Rd, Pokhara 33700, Nepal
- Price: Rs. 4000 for Nepali residents and Rs. 7500 for foreigners.

3.Paragliding in Sarangkot: A beautiful village in Pokhara, Sarangkot is famous for its stunning views of the Himalayan range and adventurous activities like paragliding. This allows you to soar high in the breezy blue skies over panoramic landscapes of nature at its best.
The best time to glide in Sarangkot would be from the months of September to December and February to May. Here, you can choose from different gliding experiences like Tandem Flying, Cross-Country Flying, and Cloud Buster Flying. These activities also give you a visual treat along with a thirty-minute-long thrilling experience. The visual treat comes from the stunning beauty of the Annapurna and Mt. Fishtail.
- Price: Rs. 8,000 onwards
- Timing: 8:30 AM - 8:00 PM

4.Visit Mahendra Cave: If you are a strong Hindu believer, you wouldn’t miss the chance to visit the Mahendra cave. Named after Mahendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev, the Mahendra Cave attracts many visitors throughout the year.
A must-visit for devotees of Hinduism, the statue of Lord Shiva is a major source of attraction for tourists. What makes it even intriguing is the presence of stalagmites and stalactites that are believed to have taken the shape of various Hindu gods.
- Location: Kaski district close to river Seti in Pokhara.

5.Trek To Ghorepani Hill: A pathway to one of the most stunning and magnificent views of Nepal, the Annapurna range, the trek to Ghorepani Hill is a short one that takes you through rice paddies, forest areas, serene surroundings, and local areas while enjoying the sight of snow-capped mountains.
The trek with over 3,381 steps allows you some great views of Dhaulagiri and the experience of spending the night in teahouses in the villages on the way. This proves to be a great way to spend some time with your loved ones, in the lap of nature, experiencing the beauty of the trek together.
- Location:Myagdi District in the Dhaulagiri Zone of northern-central Nepal.

What are the romantic things to do in Pokhara at night?

1. Dinner Dates: Pokhara is home to many cafes and restaurants, each featuring different qualities and unique atmospheres. With an option of many different types of cuisines and a lot more different ambiences to offer, couples can plan a candlelight dinner for their honeymoon.

2. Bar Hopping: For couples who are in Pokhara to spend their honeymoon, they can also spend their nights exploring the many bars there. From different vibes and different interiors, each of these bars have something to offer.

3. An evening of music and dancing: One night in Pokhara can be spent relishing the good food and listening to some soulful music together with your partner. The weather of Pokhara is likely to add to the night. You can also head for some dancing and letting loose together.

What is Pokhara famous for?

As one of the most famous travel destinations in Nepal, Pokhara is popular for its stunning views of the Himalayan range and the natural tourist spots. It is also famous for its trekking, rafting, paragliding, bungee jumping, canoeing, and boating in some of their clear lakes.

How many days do you need in Pokhara?

Two to three days are enough to explore the beauty of Pokhara and engage in its adventurous spirit. However, if a certain trek is in the schedule then a week or ten days is recommended. Moreover, one can easily also spend a couple of weeks here, depending on what the itinerary is like in your Pokhara honeymoon package.

How to reach Pokhara?

You can reach Pokhara by air by booking a flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara, which is about 25 minutes long. The flights give you a glimpse into the rural landscape of the city. Alternatively, you can also reach Pokhara by booking a seat on a bus from Kathmandu. You can get these buses from Sunauli. Similarly, renting a private car is an option too. This road trip will give you a visual treat of the hillside and the Nepalese life.

What is the best time to visit Pokhara for a honeymoon?

The time from October to November and March to April is the most preferred to visit Pokhara. With clear skies and pleasant weather, this period serves as a conducive time for tourists, especially for couples with their Pokhara honeymoon package.

How much does a honeymoon trip to Pokhara cost?

A Pokhara honeymoon package can range from anywhere between 25,000 INR to 80,000 INR, based on your preferences, depending on the set budget, and choices.

Is Pokhara worth visiting?

Yes, Pokhara is worth visiting with its natural appeal, marked by the Annapurna range, the lakes, the clear skies, sunsets, and the many adventures like paragliding and bungee jumping.

How far is Pokhara from Kathmandu?

Pokhara is about 126 miles away from Kathmandu, which takes about five hours by road and about 25 minutes by air.

Which are the best restaurants in Pokhara?

1. Fresh Elements: A new entrant to Pokhara, Fresh Elements offers a vast menu with a range of international foods. The restaurant, along with great food, also offers a quiet ambience that makes it a great spot for writers and couples who want to share some conversations with each other.

2. Caffé Concerto: 
An Italian delight, Caffe Concerto offers a rustic vibe with an outdoor fireplace. The pizzas they make are worth every bite, serving authentic Italian flavours with some organic vegetables.

3. Moondance:
 A popular eatery in Lakeside, Moondance serves food that is prepared by its own vegetables that they grow at their own farm. It is run by a family and they strictly use no additives and preservatives, while offering lip-smacking food options.

4. Roadhouse cafe: A spacious and well-designed restaurant, Roadhouse Cafe serves some of the greatest pizzas in Pokhara. They also offer a range of other dishes on their menu, each marked by good taste and great service.

Which are the best resorts for honeymoon in Pokhara?

1. Bodhi Suites Boutique Hotel and Spa: Located near the Tal Bahari Temple, the Bodhi Suites Boutique Hotel and Spa is a lakefront accommodation option that is located near the commercial heart of Pokhara. It is a stunning property that offers its therapeutic services and amenities like an outdoor pool, gym, spa, and a scintillating view of the lake from the room balconies.

2. Hotel White Pearl: Blending the contemporary luxury and the traditional essence of hospitality, Hotel White Pearl boasts of its central location that is steeped in comfort and serenity. With a range of recreational activities and impeccable service, it makes for a calm and modern accommodation option for couples who choose the Pokhara honeymoon package.

3. Temple Tree Resort and Spa: Marked by a peaceful surrounding and a tranquil ambiance, the Temple Tree Resort and Spa is situated at the foothills of the Annapurna Mountain Range. With a rejuvenating vibe and luxury of its amenities that are rooted in the traditions and culture of Nepal, the hotel is a prime stay option for couples who seek relaxation.

4. Sarangkot Mountain Lodge: A resort built to glorify the hillside luxury of Pokhara, Sarangkot Mountain Lodge is a luxury property, offering grand perks and a soothing aura. It offers antique and elegant interiors and a rustic vibe to the guests.

5. Waterfront Resort Hotel: A countryside property, Pokhara's Waterfront Resort makes for a great place to relax and unwind at. With a relaxing rural setting, the resort offers the best of rooms and services, perfect for the Pokhara honeymoon package.

Pokhara Honeymoon Reviews

Deeptanshu Achari
Reviewed: 08 Jul 2019
Absolutely an unforgettable experience. Had the most romantic time with my partner in Nepal. Best Deal!

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