Pokhara or Pokhra, the most popular tourist place of Nepal, stands more than perfect, with all the beauty and charm, true to a mountainous place, with its snow-covered mountains and all possible mountain adventures. Pokhara is situated at the altitude of 2900 feet and at 200 kilometers distance from the Capital – Kathmandu. It is a place of mild weather and rainfall. Pokhra is also a main vein for the trade of Nepal for importing and distributing foreign goods, which is also the main economic function of the place.
Pokhra Tourist Attractions
The Fewa (Phewa) Lake
Phewa Lake is the second largest lake (1.5 kilometer long) in Nepal, famous for its scenic miracles.
Devi’s Fall is located two kilometers from central Pokhara city, famous for its deep fall in narrow canal.
Begnas and Rupa Lake
Begnas and Rupa Lake is located about 15 km from Pokhara, famous for its hillside market.
Seti Gandaki or Seti River flows through the Pokhra city and is watchable for its strength in the form of Seti Gorge.
Mahendra Cave is located about 10 km north from central Pokhara, and is a natural site located across the Seti River.
The famous Barahi temple is located in the middle of Phewa Lake.
In Pokhara Museum, you can watch out the preserved local history exhibits, crafts and costumes.