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Best Places to Visit in Pokhara of 2017

  • 01 Mahendra Cave

    Mahendra Cave
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    If you are a strong Hindu believer, you wouldn’t miss the chance to visit Mahendra cave. The cave was named after Mahendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev and has several stalactites and stalagmites along with a statue of Lord Shiva which attracts almost thousands of visitors every year.



    Highlights
    : You cn also visit the Bat Cave which lies on a ten minutes walking distance from this cave and is also an important tourist attraction.

    Location
    : Kaski district close to river Seti in Pokhara.

    Best time to visit: Avoid visiting this cave during monsoons, however it will be best if it could be done during October.

    Prices
    : Free of cost


  • 02 Bindhyabasini Temple

    Bindhyabasini Temple
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    In the serene and calm waters of the lake of Pokhara, you will find this beautiful looking Bindhyabasini Temple. It is one of the oldest temple situated in Nepal with the idol of Godess Bhagwati. And an amazing boat ride is just an additional advantage along with it. While visiting the place you can even enjoy the spectacular view of the Himalayas.



    Highlights
    : It is one of the foremost Shaktipiths of western Nepal and all the rituals are strictly followed as per the Hindu culture. If you are lucky enough you can get a chance to witness a nice Nepalese wedding.

    Location
    : Pokhara-Baglung Highway.

    Price
    : Entry is free.

    Best months to visit
    : October

    Top Things To Do in Bindhyabasini Temple

  • 03 Sarangkot

    Sarangkot
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    A small village which has its own natural beauty. The best thing about the village of Sarangkot is that it lies in the outskirts of the Pokhara city. Moreover, you will alo get a chance to view the one of the most beautiful Annapurna Himalayan range. You can also view the orange hues along with some beautiful mountain ranges.



    Highlights
    : The scenic beauty of the place is what makes the village an obvious pick for most of the tourists. It is also an important location for most of the paragliders.

    Prices
    : Free.

    Difficulty Level
    : Easy.

    Best time to visit
    : October

  • 04 Trekking from Pokhara to Ghandruk via Landruk Village

    Trekking from Pokhara to Ghandruk via Landruk Village
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    An embodiment of the true culture of Nepal is reflected in this trek. Ghandruk, one of the most beautiful villages in Nepal opens its arms and welcomes you to a world where you can truly discover the beauty of this small, mountainous, landlocked country. The trek entices you with its rich views and culture.



    Highlights
    :This short trek offers an introduction to trekking and opens you to the exotic beauty of Nepal. The sacred mountain trek is beautiful and takes you through the ornate village of Landruk, while giving you a chance to discover the conservation work being carried out at this place.

    Location
    : Pokhara.

    Things to keep in mind
    :This trek is for conservation and eco-friendly people. It is recommended that you don’t bring anything to the trek which can lead to disturbances in the ecology of this place. Carry reusable, recyclable items and sunscreen.


    Top Things To Do in Trekking from Pokhara to Ghandruk via Landruk Village

  • 05 Pothana

    Pothana
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    Trekking is quite an adventure, especially in the mountains and hills of Nepal. One such trek is the trek to Pothana, where you can enjoy glimpse of the luxurious white clad mountains and experience the sky so close to your head.



    Highlights:The jungles near Pothana offer such a unique trekking experience. The place is a habitat for wonderful wild animals, birds and butterflies. It is a paradise for trek lovers. What’s more is that the place has a diverse range of population and their enthusiasm to meet and greet people will warm your heart.

    Location: Pokhara city.

    Things to keep in mind
    :Foreigners should get permission from relevant government authorities for this trek. However, if you are travelling with a tour group, you wouldn’t need such permissions. Make sure that you carry trekking poles, binoculars, wash towels and eco-friendly water bottles. Don’t forget to have a sanitizer with you.


  • 06 Rupa Tal

    Rupa Tal
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    If you want to witness the only freshwater lake in Nepal, you have come to the right place, Rupa Tal. It is one of the glorious serene lake which will make you feel truly blessed.



    Location
    : It lies towards the south-east of Pokhara valley. The freshwater lake in Nepal is Rupa Tal which is also the third largest lake in Pokhara valley.

    Highlights
    : It provides boating opportunity for all the tourists which makes Rupa Tal an important tourist destination for many.

    Prices
    : Entry is free.

    Difficulty Level
    : Medium

  • 07 Dhampus Peak

    Dhampus Peak
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    Dhampas Peak lies northeast of Dhaulagiri and is not only easy to climb but at te same time will allow you to spectacle some beautiful scenery along your way. The climb commences from Tukuche and makes you see some of the mesmerizing picturesque views.



    Highlights
    : You can have the best scenic view in the trek route through the Kaligandaki valley.

    Best months to visit
    : March, April, May and September along with October and November too.

    Price
    : $1390.

    Difficulty Level
    : Easy, it is not hard to complete the trek and it is also pretty easy on the logistics part. But you should have an experience for walking on the snow.

    Top Things To Do in Dhampus Peak

  • 08 Tal Varahi

    Tal Varahi
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    Another tourist destination of historic importance in pokhara valley.

    Highlights
    : Surrounding lake adds lot of grace to this most famous Hindu temple in Pokhara. Built in 18th century it is dedicated to lord Vishnu in his boar incarnation. The temple has been comprehensively renovated over the years and so the pigeons have decided to make it their permanent shelter. A must visit not only for the religious mind but also for regular tourist.

     Difficulty Level: Easy,

    Location
    : 10 minutes drive from Pokhara, located on an island in the middle of phew lake, it can be reached by a boat from Varahi ghat. 



  • 09 International Mountain Museum

    International Mountain Museum
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    If you want to dig deeper into the history of mountains and other mountaineering activities, the best thing would be to take a look at the International Mountain Museum.It has documented some of the important things realted to mountains. You can find some of the hidden mysteries pertaining to Mount Everest.



    Highlights
    : You can check out the records of several mountaineers like Mr Herzog. It is however one of the must visit place when you are in Pokhara.

    Price
    : 300 NPR.

    Best time to visit
    : October.

    Difficulty Level
    : Easy.

    Top Things To Do in International Mountain Museum

  • 10 Pokhara Trekking

    Pokhara Trekking
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    Trekking in Pokhara is not just fun but extremely thrilling too. Pokhara has come up with some of the most beautiful treks which has a culmination of both adventure with some jaw dropping and awe inspiring scenic beauties too. The treks are quite beautifully adorned with rich flora and fauna which just adds to the beauty of the trek.



    Highlights
    : Some of the best terrains for trekking would be Ulleri, Ghorepani, Poon Hills, Tadapani and Chomrung are some of the popular choices for trekking.

    Best months to visit
    : March to June and October to November are some of the best months for trekking.

    Difficulty Level
    : High, although one has to be physically fit to complete the trek.

    Price
    : $500 would be sufficient for a 4 day trek which is inclusive of a night stay in a hotel in Pokhara.

  • 11 Upper Mustang Trek

    Upper Mustang Trek
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    Upper Mustang Trek is known as the mini trek of Nepal and has been termed as ‘Mountain Dessert.’ The trekking tour to Lo Manthang will let you meet many locals whose hospitality is going to add to the fun of the trekking experience. However, the trek to Upper Mustang allows you to go through tracts of barren and treeless lands.



    Highlights
    : One can also visit Buddhist monasteries and can enjoy the panoramic view of Nilgiri, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri along with many other peaks.

    Price
    : 2,000 NRs per person.

    Difficulty Level
    : Easy.

    Best time to visit
    : Spring and Autumn are the best season for this trek.

    Top Things To Do in Upper Mustang Trek

  • 12 Langtang Gangja Pass Trek

    Langtang Gangja Pass Trek
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    If you are a nature lover, then embark on the amazing, adrenaline pumping Langtang Ganjala Pass Trek that will help you appreciate the beauty of nature. The trek, which rises to over 5,000 meters offers tremendous panoramic views, challenges your abilities and takes you through the cultural exploration of the country.



    Highlights
    :During the trek, you will encounter stunning green rhododendron and bamboo forests, which are simply breathtaking. You will also witness majestic waterfalls and snow-capped Himalayas, one of the highlights that makes this trek so diverse in nature. The trek can be undertaken from September to November or from March to May.

    Location
    :The trek begins from Kathmandu.

    Things to keep in mind
    :This trek is usually for 10-14 days, so make sure that you carry enough items, including a backpack, sleeping bag, right hiking socks and boots, among winter clothing and a first aid box.


    Top Things To Do in Langtang Gangja Pass Trek

  • 13 Tibetan Refugee Camp

    Tibetan Refugee Camp
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    If you are in Pokhara then you simply can’t miss the chance to see the Tibetan refugee camp. The area is beautifully adorned with prayer flags which enhances the beauty of the place. It has housed numerous monks and therefore you can hear the rumbling of the monks chanting their payers. Even many masked dance performances are also held during the same.



    Highlights
    : You can also enjoy some cultural fests which are held in the Pokhara street during 28th Dec to 1st Jan.

    Best time to visit
    : January and February as it is the time of Tibetan New year.

    Prices
    : Entry Free

    Top Things To Do in Tibetan Refugee Camp

  • 14 Shree Gaden Dhargay Ling Monastery

    It is a bliss for you to spend some time in Shree Gaden Dhargay Ling Monastery. It is one of the best spiritual places in Nepal and you can spend some time in peace an tranquillity which is going to leave you truly relieved. It is the best way to experience Tibetan style and culture which is going to leave you truly relieved. You might need some tourist’s guidance because of language problem. It has housed some 28 monks and it is not a very big monastery.

    Highlights
    : A specialized form of chanting by the monks which allows them to produce multiple pitches.

    Prices
    : Entry is free.

    Best time to visit
    : October.

    Location
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    Top Things To Do in Shree Gaden Dhargay Ling Monastery

  • 15 Devi's Fall

    Devi's Fall
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    A spectacular fall which you might have never seen before, the peculiar thing about this fall is that the starting point of this fall where Pardi Khola stream which eventually vanishes in the underground. The most amazing thing about this fall is that you can clearly hear the sound of the water which eventually strikes the fall. The cascading waterfall secretly comes and meets the cave which makes this fall a must-watch in Nepal.

     

    Prices
    : Rs 30.

    Difficulty Level
    : High, reaching the fall is however tough.

    Best time to visit
    : Monsoon is the best time to visit.

  • 16 Barahi Temple

    Barahi Temple
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    A visit to Nepal wouldn’t be complete without this Barahi temple which is quite beautifully nestled on the Phewa Lake. It is the place where deities are religiously worshipped by the people who visit this temple. You can take your own canon and reach the temple.

    You can absorb in beautiful scenery which will make you feel that Nepal has a lot to offer. Just soak yourself in the extreme quietness of the place. You can hire your own boat and reach this temple too.



    Best time to visit: February, October, November and December.

    Location
    : It is located in Pokhara 33700.

    Price
    : Rs 510.

    Difficulty Level
    : Easy

  • 17 Pokhara Shanti Stupa

    Pokhara Shanti Stupa
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    A Pagoda style monument buddhist monument which is located on the hill top of Ananda hill. You have to trek till the top to have the spectacular look of the place.



    Highlights
    : This trek allows you to have a full view of Phewa Lake and some of the most gigantic mountains too.

    Best time to visit
    : September to November.

    Difficulty Level
    : Easy, even the children can do this trek.

    Prices
    : Entry is free.

    Top Things To Do in Pokhara Shanti Stupa

  • 18 Himchuli Peak

    Himchuli Peak
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    It is the fourth highest peak and is connected to Annapurna South, thereby creating a strong south wall. You have to take the Annapurna sanctuary to start the trek upto Hinko.



    Location
    : Annapurna Range. The Himchuli Peak has allowed you to witness some of the most beautiful sights. This peak is rarely climbed by mountaineers because it is also prone to avalanche.

    Best time to visit
    : August to November and March to May.

    Difficulty Level
    : High, the trek is not however difficult but the dangerous part is the frequent rock falls which makes the expedition difficult.
     
    Prices
    : $ 2490 USD

  • 19 Begnas Tal

    Begnas Tal
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    A quiet fresh water lake in kaski district of nepal that changes colour depending on the season. it is the second largest of the eight lakes in Pokhara valley with a maximum depth of 10 meters. Location: It takes about 40 minutes by bus from Pokhara to reach the lake. Not far from the maddening crowd but extremely clean and quiet.

    Since it is visited comparatively less, the original beauty is undisturbed. The lake supports irrigation and fisheries. Water level in the lake is regulated by a dam constructed in 1988 as it fluctuates with season and because of use for irrigation. Pressure of increasing human population is forcing conversion of swampy area into land for cultivation.



    Highlights
    : Boating, fishing and swimming are some of the activities you can indulge in, the bonus being surrounding green mountains.

    Price
    : There are whole lot of hotels around to suit different budgets but the entry to this lake is free.

    Difficulty Level: Medium, you can easily try your hands on boating.

    Best time to visit
    : October

  • 20 Annapurna Butterfly Museum

    Annapurna Butterfly Museum
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    If you have always loved to catch butterflies when you were young then Nepal is a land to witness some beautiful looking colorful butterflies. The small museum has housed wide variety of Butterflies which will fill you with a wide variety of knowledge. Every single minute that you spend in this museum is all worth it. The interiors of the museum is quite earthy which makes it a delight for most of the visitors.

     

    Highlights
    : Don’t forget to see Corman Birdming which is the largest butterfly of Nepal.

    Prices
    : Entry is free.

    Best time to visit
    : Post monsoon is the best time.

    Location
    : Prithvi Narayan Campus at Bagartole.

    Top Things To Do in Annapurna Butterfly Museum

  • 21 Seti Gandaki (Seti River)

    Seti Gandaki (Seti River)
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    If you are a trek lover then you shouldn’t miss the chance to take a dip into the Seti Gandaki. The name “Seti” has been derived because of the white color which is the result of the limestone rock base.



    Highlights
    : You can enjoy the scenic view of the village of Jhijirka where you will also find a small guest house under construction. The Seti Gandaki joins the Trisuli river which will give you an opportunity for hiking.

    Location
    : It is 5 hours from Kathmandu by tourist bus.

    Best time to visit
    – September to December and February to June.

    Prices
    : If you are planning to raft to this place, ideally you will be charged US$50 per person.

    Top Things To Do in Seti Gandaki (Seti River)

  • 22 Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave

    Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave
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    Caves have always been mysterious but the curious thing about this Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave is that it comes with a religious bent too. One of the huge stalagmite is usually worshipped as Shiva Lingam. The peaceful atmosphere of the cave will definitely soothe your senses and will let you introspect a little bit.

    Amidst the regular hustle and bustle of the city, it is a good place to spend some peaceful time. If you planning to visit this place it will be advisable for you to carry a torch along as it is usually dark.



    Highlights
    : The Gupteshwar Mahadev Cave is a combination of Devi’s fall in the upstream and the cave in the downstream, one has to climb down the metal stairs to have a real look. Although it is a bit scary but its definitely worth a watch.

    Price
    : Rs.50 to Rs.100.

    Location
    : Chhorepatan. Pokhara.

    Top Things To Do in Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave

  • 23 Gurkha Memorial Museum

    Gurkha Memorial Museum
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    The amazing Gurkha Memorial Museum talks about the contribution of the Gurkha soldiers which had later joined the Indian army. The museums will definitely leave you jaw dropped as you will witness the Gurkha uniforms which is displayed in the museum. One can also view the bravery medal which they have won in the past.

    Highlights
    : You can also view the service Khukri which is the traditional Gurkha knife used during the war times and the museum is only open from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

    Price
    : Rs 100-200 and an extra of Rs20 for the camera.

    Best time to visit
    : October is the best month to visit the place.

    Location
    : Pokhara Nepal.

    Top Things To Do in Gurkha Memorial Museum

  • 24 Begnas Lake

    Begnas Lake
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    A quiet fresh water lake in kaski district of nepal that changes colour depending on the season. it is the second largest of the eight lakes in Pokhara valley with a maximum depth of 10 meters.



    Location
    : It takes about 40 minutes by bus from Pokhara to reach the lake. Not far from the maddening crowd but extremely clean and quiet. Since it is visited comparatively less, the original beauty is undisturbed.

    The lake supports irrigation and fisheries. Water level in the lake is regulated by a dam constructed in 1988 as it fluctuates with season and because of use for irrigation. Pressure of increasing human population is forcing conversion of swampy area into land for cultivation.

    Highlights: Boating, fishing and swimming are some of the activities you can indulge in, the bonus being surrounding green mountains.

    Price
    : There are whole lot of hotels around to suit different budgets but the entry to this lake is free.

    Difficulty Level
    : Medium, you can easily try your hands on boating.

    Best time to visit
    : October

  • 25 Old Bazar

    Old Bazar
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    The bazaar lets you witness some mysterious alleys and courtyard which might not have witnessed before. The brightly clad locals of Kathmandu lets you see many Gurkhas and Sherpas.



    Highlights
    : Shop for some fruits vegetables, fruits, spices and stunning wares made of brass, copper and bronze. You can also view some temples and shrines which is likely to make Old Bazaar worth a visit.

    Best months to visit
    : October to March.

    Price
    : Entry Free

  • 26 Bindyabasini Temple

    Bindyabasini Temple
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    The temple comes with its own beauty which makes the temple a beautiful place for tourists.

    Location
    : Situated at a height of 3000 ft. above sea level and dedicated to Goddess Bhagawati, this is one of the oldest temple in pokhara valley.



    Highlights
    : Situated on a hillock near busy old bazaar of pokhara, this wonderful religious landmark has immense natural beauty and is worshiped by Hindus and Buddhist alike.Worshipers flock to this place to perform animal sacrifice especially on saturdays. you can clearly observe beauty of Machhapuchhere/annapurna Himalyan range from this Temple.

    Prices
    : Enty is free.

    Difficulty Level
    : Easy.

    Best time to visit
    : February

    Top Things To Do in Bindyabasini Temple

  • 27 Trek From Pokhara To Sarangkot

    Trek From Pokhara To Sarangkot
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    Some of the greatest views of the Annapurna Himalayan Mountain Range can be seen here. The white clad mountains appear to be dressed in pink early in the morning, while an orange shadow casts upon them at the dusk.

    Highlights
    :The trek is designed to be short and sweet, with steady climbs so that even the introductory level trekkers can enjoy it. The trek also follows through a non-descript village, where anyone can experience cultural joys of meeting new people or they can get permission to enjoy paragliding and similar activities.

    Location
    : Pokhara.

    Things to keep in mind
    :Booking a tour may seem easy. And it is. But before leaving, make sure that you check out the weather in Nepal. If it is cold and windy, ensure that you get torches, right clothing equipment, hiking shoes and socks. Bring snacks with you and carry water bottles. Carry daypacks and sleeping bags as well.


  • 28 Dhampus Trek

    Dhampus Trek
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    A classic trek in Nepal, Dhampus Trek covers scenic beauty and gives you the opportunity to a land that’s inhabited with such wide diversity of people. The spectacular scenery in the background, the stunning Mt. Mchhapuchare range makes the small trek quite rewarding experience.

      

    Highlights:The Dhampus Trek follows short stretch of woods, perfect for those who would like to discover nature. The mountain view point is completed with the views of ethnic Gurung Village. The trip, which begins for Kathmandu usually follows a hike to Sarankot hilltop and then panoramic views of Annapurna range.

    Location: Dhampus Village.

    Things to keep in mind
    :While the trek is short and easy, it is recommended that travelers carry their water bottles, come with right kind of equipment and gear. Don’t forget to carry sunglasses as well as winter clothing with lots of sunscreen as trekking can lead to sunburns.


  • 29 Pokhara Trek To Australian Base Camp

    Pokhara Trek To Australian Base Camp
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    Enjoy hot breakfast in Pokhara and then embark to the Kande, where you will begin your short trek to Australian Base Camp. The 1-2 day tour will take you to the beautiful hill top that has striking natural views of Nepal. The trail here is steep, but it is all rewarding. The majestic views make the physical discomfort feel better!



    Highlights:The trek goes beyond mountain beauty and scenic wonders. The village itself near the base is quite attractive and you will be surprised to see a stunning amount of slate roofed houses here. Meet people, talk to them and discover the culture of Nepal while the natural beauty works as a backdrop.

    Location
    : Kande.

    Things to keep in mind
    :This is a short trek and you don’t have to carry a number of options. However, don’t forget to carry disposable or non-disposable water bottles, a small first-aid kit and a sleeping bag.


  • 30 The Begnas Hiking

    The Begnas Hiking
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    On a cold morning, the Begnas hiking can bring warmth to your heart! One of the most popular hiking trails in the country, this place is well known for its lakes and stunning seal trees. The forests here are perfect for short breaks and walks, whereas the view of hillsides is simply breathtaking.



     Highlights:This particular trek has open meadows, Sundari Danda ridge and small lakes that you would love to experience. The old schools and older buildings in the region make up for an interesting discovery.

    Location
    : Pokhara.

    Things to keep in mind
    :The trek is short, but you are recommended to carry the right kind of items with you. Don’t forget to carry fleece jackets, hiking shoes and socks to prevent cold from getting through your feet. Carry small first aid box, a reusable water bottle and sleeping bag if you plan on staying in for the night.


  • 31 Phewa Lake

    Phewa Lake
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    Witness the second largest in Nepal the Phewa Lake and it one of the must visit places in Pokhara. You can enjoy some of the best boating rides in this lake and at the same time it also lets you witness some quite moments sometime in the late afternoon. You can also see some beautiful fishes in the water which is another attraction in this places.



    Highlights
    : The water is so clear that you can also see the reflection of Mount Machhapuchhre and Annapurna range.

    Prices
    : Entry Free. 

    Best months to visit
    : October

  • 32 Landruk

    Landruk
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    Enjoy panoramic, spectacular views of the valley with the Landruk Trek. The trek usually starts from Ghandruk Village or the River Camp, depending on the option of the tour that’s chosen. This particular trek offers some incredible nature views that will leave an indelible imprint on the heart.



    Highlights:When the fog is lifted in the region, you will experience a nature rendezvous that you wouldn’t have imagined before. The small clearing, nestled with the forests and incredible mountains is a must have. The Landruk village itself has farming terraces that will instantly capture your heart.

    Location
    : Ghandruk Village.

    Things to keep in mind
    :This is a moderate trek that can be undertaken by beginners and trek lovers alike. Just ensure that you don’t carry items that cannot be disposed easily or could harm the environment. Don’t forget to carry sunglasses and sunscreen along with water bottles.


  • Nearby Getaways from Pokhara
  • 01 Varanasi

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    Located in the state of Uttar Pradesh and cited as one of the oldest cities of the world, Kashi is considered as the cultural capital of India.The holy city of ‘Varanasi’ (also known as ‘Kashi’ and ‘Banaras’) is located on left bank of the Ganges at the conflux of two rivers: river Varuna (a minor tributary of the Ganges) and river Assi (a rivulet that borders the city of Varanasi at the south). It is one of the most revered pilgrimage destinations of the Hindus. The tourist places in Varanasi call out to not just Hindus, but people from across the world. Varanasi is famous for the Ghats along the banks of river Ganga.

    Every devout Hindu hopes to visit the city at least once in a lifetime, take a holy dip at the Ghats of the Ganga (the famous steps leading down to the water) & walk the pious Panchkoshi road that bounds the city. For every visitor, Varanasi has a different experience to offer. Be it the holy dip the mighty Ganges, boat rides through the dawn,the Ghats, the plethora of pilgrims that throng the city everyday seeking God, the meandering narrow alleys, the soothing chant of devotional hymns, the fragrance of incense. Every single experience is mystifying and exclusive to the holy city.

    Recognized by UNESCO as “The city of Music”; The city has a lot to offer, from lip smacking delicacies available at every nook and corner from as early as 6:30 in the morning to tons of musical concerts and live shows staged throughout the day across the city. Apart from that there is a sea of shops to enjoy shopping here. Top things to buy are silk, woodworks, brass works, statues, carpets, copper vessel etc. During festivals, the shops can be found in every inch of the city, and especially around the tourist places in Varanasi.

  • 02 Lukla

  • 03 Lucknow

  • 04 Pithoragarh

  • 05 Balaju

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