Pokhara Tour Package: Explore the Lakes, Mountains and Valleys of Nepal’s Second Largest City

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Update on: May 9, 2023

Overview of Pokhara Tour Package:

Pokhara tour is a phenomenal getaway to the beauty of diverse natural phenomena, accompanied by full of excitement. The Pokhara tour package is ideal for anyone short on time or wanting a quick thrill.

The gorgeous lake capital and the grand vista of the Himalayas to the north make it one of Nepal’s fantastic cities to chill. Numerous alternative sightseeing options are available from Pokhara, including a short trek to surrounding enchanting locations.

The calm boating experience, the short trek to the Tibetan Refugee camp, and the gorgeous drive through the luscious flora and verdant hills make it one of the most incredible tours.

Phewa Lake in Pokhara
Phewa Lake in Pokhara, Nepal

Enjoy the refreshing environment of the Pokhara city

The Pokhara tour package includes everything, from exploring religious sites to participating in numerous activities such as paragliding and boating.

The spectacular Phewa Lake and the Begnas Lake are the primary boating centers where one may experience the breathtaking views of Dhaulagiri and Macchapuchre to the north while resting in the tranquil atmosphere of the lakes.

Also, the city’s lakeside nightlife brings joyful moments to enjoy. The delicious delicacies and the picturesque view of the city at night make for an unforgettable experience.

Furthermore, the roads twisting through the highlands lead to magnificent sites such as Sarangkot. One may take in the panoramic view of Pokhara, together with the deep valleys and mountains, from Sarangkot.

Beautiful surroundings and pleasant climate

The lush landscape above Pokhara offers breathtaking views of the villages and valleys. The Rhododendron woodland, Pine trees, and verdant green make the short trek delightful.

Together with the scenery of waterfalls and rivers, crossing suspension bridges adds to the thrill and excitement. The finest thing to do is visit Pokhara’s deep caves and gorges, which give spectacular hidden vistas and a whole new experience.

More than that, the gloomy environment of Pokhara is fascinating. It makes a Pokhara tour delightful, with the comfortable temperature and the cool breeze blowing down the hills.

The gorgeous Gurung settlement landscapes and the sacred sites to explore will make this tour more fascinating and enjoyable.

Activities and the Highlights of the Pokhara Tour Package

  • Trek to the nearest Tibitean Refugee Camp and take in the view of the highlands and Himalayas to the north
  • Admire the vistas of Dhaulagiri, Hiunchuli, and Annapurna from Sarangkot and a panoramic view of Pokhara.
  • Enjoy a picturesque luxury bus ride from Katmandu to Pokhara, taking in the beautiful scenery of the lower Alpine region.
  • Experience serene boating at the gorgeous Phewa Lake
  • Appreciate the evening grandeur of the Lakeside and the nighttime vista of Pokhara from the hotel’s rooftop
  • Engage in a short hike to a stupa also explore Bindhabasini Temple, immersing yourself in the profound spiritual energy of the surroundings

Major Attractions of the Pokhara Tour Package


Paragliding at Sarangkot
Paragliding at Sarangkot

The Sarangkot hill station is one of the best places to unwind during the Pokhara tour and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Himalayas, valleys, and settlements. It is the closest location to Pokhara to witness a spectacular sunrise with sky-touching cliffs.

The Sarangkot settlements have a peaceful feel, and traveling there will show you the magnificent Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, and Macchapuchre peaks. The panoramic view of the Pokhara Valley is another perk of being there.

The lush terrain and its elevation of over 5000 meters make it one of the most appealing destinations for travelers. The weather near Sarangkot stays unstable throughout the day, with clouds hovering above the head.

The route to Sarangkot winds through the picturesque low agricultural hills of the Kaski area, and the meandering road through the lush foliage is something to behold.

Furthermore, in Sarangkot, visitors may engage in various adventures such as Bungee Jumping, Paragliding, and one of the most thrilling Zip Lining experiences, which provides a 180-degree panorama of the Himalayas and Alpine Region.

Bindhyabasini Temple
Bindhyabasini Temple
Bindhyabasini Temple, Pokhara

The Bindhyabasini Temple is one of Nepal’s most distinctive and well-known temples due to its stunning geographic setting. This temple, located immediately below the Sarangkot, offers a stunning vista and incredible spiritual and religious significance.

Devotees from Nepal gather here to worship several Hindu gods and goddesses. Furthermore, the temple’s architecture is a fair representation of the historical backdrop and cultural influences of several Religions.

The great perspective of the Himalayas from the temple’s backside adds to its splendor. Similarly, the relatively small temples around this monument resemble many other magical and biblical elements, and the design of the mini temples mimics that of the big one.

The pagoda-style temple is the primary attraction for visitors exploring neighboring Mahendra Cave and Sarangkot. It will be appealing to behold the clear visibility of Pokhara from this location.

Phewa Lake
Beautiful Phewa Lake in Pokhara
Beautiful Phewa Lake in Pokhara

There are around seven lakes in Pokhara, with the Phewa Lake being one of the largest and featuring favorable views and tranquil surroundings.

A boat ride on Phewa Lake is one of the most spectacular activities in the Pokhara tour. Fishing and kayaking are also included in the list of water activities. The boat ride will be unforgettable, with the breathtaking panorama of the Macchapuchre and Annapurna to the north.

Furthermore, the local little stores and kiosks offer tasty refreshments that complement the lake’s surroundings. The beauty of the valleys to the north and the gliders above the sky adds to the stunning sight.

Even though the weather might occasionally hamper boating, when the sky is clear, boating on the Phewa Lake is the main activity to engage in while in Pokhara.

The peaceful “Tal Barahi” shrine in the lake’s center is only accessible by boat. Exploring the temple will also result in remarkable moments to enjoy. In the evening, one may enjoy the packed pubs and restaurants on the lakeside area of Phewa Lake.

International Mountain Museum
International Mountain Museum in Pokhara
International Mountain Museum in Pokhara

The international mountain museum plays a significant role in becoming an impressive attraction to check out while in Pokhara. The museum contains a significant background of mountaineering and a fascinating brief history of the inhabitants living around the lap of the Annapurna and Macchapuchre.

Most trekkers visit the international mountain museum to discover more about mountaineering objectives and to get close encounters with trekking equipment and masterpieces of renowned trekkers.

The museum plays a vital role in exhibiting such valuable aspects to people outside the city or nation by keeping a solid record of all data and treasures of Nepal Mountaineering activities.

This museum is divided into three sections: the Hall of Fame, the Hall of Great Himalayas, and the Hall of Famous Mountains of the World. The exterior enclosure is beautifully ornamented with flowers and greenery, making it a sight to behold.

Devi’s Falls
Devi's Fall Pokhara
Devi’s Fall Pokhara

One of Pokhara’s most stunning attractions is the Devi’s Falls. On the way to Tansen, one may obtain a breathtaking glimpse of Devi’s Falls by taking the south highway from the central city of Pokhara.

The waterfalls appear higher than usual due to the deep canyon and steep rocks. During the rainy season, one may enjoy the spectacular view of the Waterfall with its massive water pressure.

Furthermore, one may unwind in the park outside Devis Falls, where a peaceful ambiance permeates the entire area.

The Gupteshwor cave, located just underneath Devis Fall, offers a stunning view of a fantastic waterfall. Also, the sound of the water falling during the rainy season is fantastic.

Devi’s Falls attracts a large number of foreign and domestic tourists every year. The adjacent Chhorepatan cave and the naturalistic shrine of the Gupteshwor cave make Devi’s Falls exploring more intriguing and enjoyable.

Bat Cave
Bat Cave Pokhara
Bat Cave Pokhara

The Pokhara bat cave gives you an exhilarating and adventurous ambiance while exploring it. The deep, dark tunnel takes around 15 minutes to complete.

On the cliffs and ceiling of the cave, one gazes upon a stunning row of bats hanging. This bat cave is teeming with small and giant bats and is deep and enigmatic underground, making the exploration even more fascinating and thrilling.

Together with it, the bats dangling down the numerous passages of the cave create an enchanting sight to behold. Outside the cave is a resting spot where one may enjoy the calm atmosphere while looking out at the northern Himalayas and the surrounding landscape.

World Peace Pagoda
World Peace Pagoda, Pokhara
World Peace Pagoda, Pokhara

World Peace Pagoda is one of the most amazing places to be witnessed in the Pokhara tour package. One may access this splendid destination via a short boat ride from the Lakeside through the Tal Barahi Temple or by making a short trek.

This world peace pagoda is one of 80 stupas built by Japanese Buddhist monks. From its vantage point, the pagoda provides a beautiful view of Annapurna, Macchapuchre, and Dhaulagiri.

Likewise, the Stupa features outstanding craftsmanship of many forms of gods and goddesses, including the statue bull. This pagoda represents peace and harmony among all religions and races and is a well-known attraction for Buddhists worldwide.

Explore the Best of Pokhara with Our Tour Itinerary


Day 1: Kathmandu to Pokhara by Tourist Bus

The valley’s early sunlight shows fresh enthusiasm and delight. After breakfast, we will proceed to Kathmandu’s bus terminal, boarding a luxury bus to Pokhara.

The bus will have comfy seats, a gorgeous interior, and a large window to admire the scenery outside. The journey will last around 5 hours and take you through magnificent low hills with dense greenery.

After arriving in Pokhara, we will visit the adjacent local spots and take a peaceful stroll in the evening before spending the night at the hotel.

Our Pokhara tour package offers an alternative travel option to Pokhara through a convenient flight service for those who prefer to avoid lengthy bus journeys. The flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara takes around 30 minutes.

Day 2: Full-Day Pokhara Sightseeing

The day begins with a lovely breakfast in the delightful city of Pokhara.

Using the vehicle, we will travel northwest from Pokhara. The winding roads from the lovely highlands will take us to Sarangkot, where we will experience the stunning dawn and panoramic views of Pokhara.

Once we return from Sarangkot, the revered Bindhabasini Temple will welcome us. After exploring the temple and receiving blessings, the vehicle will drive us to the Pokhara Bat Cave, where we will enter the deep cave full of bats and savor the mesmerizing scenery outside the cave.

The vehicle will then return us to Seti River Gorge, where we will wander around the deep gorge along the Seti River’s bank.

Again, the vehicle will drive us south to the central city of Pokhara, where we will visit the International Mountain Museum to learn about the great mountaineers as well as the arts and crafts of the local culture.

Taking the route back to the north, we will arrive at our hotel and spend the night.

Day 3: Full-Day Sightseeing

We’ll be doing some more sightseeing in Pokhara today. After a hearty breakfast, the shade of the Himalayas pulls us far further north, towards Phewa Lake.

We will attempt boating at Phewa Lake in a setting that is quite tranquil, and once we’ve finished boating, we’ll move on to Devis Falls, where we’ll get an incredible view of the water plummeting from higher cliffs.

Following a brief snack break, we will tour the Gupteshwor cave, located deep beneath the ground and home to numerous bats. In addition, the short trek to the Tibetan Refugee camp will be exceptional, with views of the stunning Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges in the backdrop.

As we make our way to the city center, we’ll also stop by and tour the World Peace Stupa. After admiring the tranquil surroundings of the Stupa, we will go to the hotel to spend the night.

Day 4: Departure from Pokhara to Kathmandu or Chitwan

The beauty of the early vista of Pokhara would be breathtaking to witness. After breakfast, we will return to Kathmandu or extend our adventure by traveling to Chitwan, as this is our last day of the Pokhara tours.

From Pokhara, it will take 6 to 7 hours to reach Chitwan. The southern route from the Muglin highway leads directly to Chitwan.

Leaving the scene of the Manaslu and Dhaulagiri behind, the drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu will be spectacular. After 5 hours of driving, crossing through the beautiful settlements and hills, the luxurious bus will drop us off in Kathmandu.

As part of our offerings, we provide a flight option from Pokhara to Chitwan or Kathmandu, with a flight duration of approximately 30 minutes.

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Update on: May 9, 2023