Pokhara: is the second biggest city of Nepal, and a beautiful tourist hub in west Nepal. It is situated at an elevation of 800 m above sea level and 200 km west of Kathmandu. This popular tourist destination is rich for its pure natural beauty and famous for dramatic views of snow-capped mountains including the 8000 m high Annapurana-I and Dhaulagiri.
The International Mountain Museum where you will see displays about mountain people of the country, the history and geography of the Himalayas, and the history of mountaineering.
Peace Pagoda Stupa “the symbol of world peace” is on a hilltop in Annada hill above the Fewa Lake. The stupa itself is so dramatic looking and spiritual and from there you can see awe-some view of Pokhara valley and panoramic Mountains view.
Hiking to Australian camp is a little wonder of peaceful nature. Australian Camp is a small meadow located on top of a hill, where you can enjoy the stunning Himalayas view and gorgeous Sunrise and Sunset view. This small area is an absolutely beautiful place to relax away from the city crowds.
Fewa Lake and Bajrabarahi Temple, Gupteswar Mahadev Cave, Devi’s fall, Bat’s Cave, Mahendra Cave, Gorkha Museum and Bindabasini Temple are main attractions too.
Day-1 Kathmandu-Pokhara by Tourist Bus
Day-2 Sightseeing: Peace Pagoda, Gupteswar Mahadev Cave, Devi’s fall, International Mountain Museum and drive to Kande and from there hike to Australian Camp.
Day-3 after Breakfast hike to Kande drive to Pokhara, visit Bat’s Cave, Mahendra Cave, Gorkha Museum and Bindabasini Temple and in evening enjoy in Lakeside.
Day-4 Pokhara-Kathmandu By Tourist Bus.
Cost per person (up to 3 person) U.S. $295
Cost per person (above 4 person) U.S. $270
1. Kathmandu-Pokhara-Kathmandu by Tourist Bus
2. Three night accommodations one or two star standard Hotel including breakfast
3. Four lunch and one Dinner
4. All transfer during the sightseeing in Pokhara
5. Entrance Fee