Sightseeing

Pokhara is one of the most beautiful cities in Nepal. It is nestled in the Annapurna range and is adorned with beautiful views of the mountains in the backdrop. Blessed with mesmerizing landscape and serene lakes, Pokhara is visited by thousands of tourists, local and international, every year. Here you enjoy the enchanting glamour of nature as well as a gentle touch of spirituality.

To relish the natural beauty of Pokhara, don’t give a drop to the enticing sightseeing tour of some of the most popular and nature embodied sites. To feel nature close to you, Infinity Resort assists making the booking of the best Nepal Sightseeing Tour at a budget-friendly cost.

The tour assimilates all the feature of the town from ancient Temples to traditional Buddhist Monasteries to heritage sites to Shrines, and more. The packages also include a visit to Caves, Lakes, Buddhist Stupa, Museum, local bazaar, and more.

Some of the most popular places to visit in Pokhara are –Phewa Lake, Davis fall, Old Bazaar, Jangchub Choeling Gompa, Shree Gaden Dhargay Ling Monastery, Gupteshwar Mahadev Cave, Pokhara Shanti Stupa, Sarangkot, International Mountain Museum, Barahi Temple.

Phewa Lake: Nepal’s second largest lake, Phewa Lake is Pokhara’s prime attraction. On a clear day, you can see the Annapurna Mountains reflected perfectly on the lake. Also, the lush, green Rani Ban or Queen’s Forest gives a beautiful emerald hue to the lake. To make the most of your time spent here, you can rent one of the brightly painted boats (also known as doongas) at the Lakeside. You can also cycle around the lakeshore or just take a walk near this calm and tranquil lake.

Davis Falls: Its Nepali name is ‘Patale Chango’ which means ‘underground waterfall’ and it is one of the most visited places in Pokhara. The falls create a 500ft long tunnel when it reaches the bottom. Davis Falls was named after a Swiss woman who drowned in a pit due to overflow in 1961. Her body was discovered after three days and the name was given on her father’s request. While here, you can also try your luck by throwing or placing coins at the deity statue in the luck pond.

Old Bazaar: This traditional bazaar is vibrant, colorful and it thrives with diverse traders. You can see Newar architecture in its buildings and temples. You can find various shops here to buy commodities ranging from clothes to edibles and cosmetics. The old bazaar is also home to Pokhara’s important shrine – Bindhyabasini Temple.

Gupteshwar Mahadev Cave: Davi’s Falls will lead you to Gupteshwar Mahadev Cave, which is the longest cave in Nepal. As you enter the cave, you will notice dripping water from the walls. There is an ancient statue of Lord Shiva which is visited by many pilgrims each year. You should be careful inside the cave as the path is quite slippery due to the waterfall. Also, there is a temporary staircase built to reach the point where one can see the slit in the center of the cave.

International Mountain Museum: This museum is devoted to the majestic mountains of Nepal, the mountaineers who climbed these mountains as well as the inhabitants. The museum has a spectacular collection of original gears of the first Himalayan ascents, artefacts, photographs, and stories. You can also find information about the history, culture, flora and fauna, and geology of the mighty Himalayas.