Phewa Lake, Phewa Tal or Fewa Lake is a freshwater lake in Nepal located in the south of the Pokhara Valley and just 60 meters from the Hotel City Inn. With the beautiful backdrop of the snow white Machhapuchhre (fishtail) mountain, the stark greenery on the other side of the lake and colorful boats dispersed all around, it’s a view worth all the hassle. Phewa Tal is the travelers’ focal point in Pokhara. The lush Rani Ban, or Queen’s Forest, bestows an emerald hue to the lake, and on a clear day, the Annapurna mountains are perfectly reflected on its mirror surface.
Witness a unique waterfall that lies 2 Km from central Pokhara City. The waterfall directly goes into a deep and narrow canal with no ends. It is believed that this deadly waterfall took the life of a tourist named Davis, who fell down into the canal and was never found, and hence the name Davis waterfall, named in his memory by the people of Pokhara. This place has many nicknames like Davi’s Fall, David’s Fall or Davis’s Fall, all mean the same thing ‘The Davis Water Fall’.
Pokhara has several interesting museums. One of the most beautiful museums of Nepal is the International Mountain Museum. Here you can see historical documents, records, and chronicles on mountaineering. With 8 mountain peaks above 8000 meter, Nepal is leading the list with the highest mountains in the world! It is therefore not surprising to see the large amount of information about local population, flora, fauna, rocks and the equipment necessary for climbing. Do you have plans for climbing yourself? At the museum there is a 6m high rock where you can try it out! The museum is located 1.5 to the south of Pokhara Airport at Rato Pairo
Tal Barahi is one of the most religious and famous pilgrimage sites in Pokhara, devoted to the deity Tal Barahi. The dramatic beauty of its location itself attracts everyone. As the temple is on a small island, surrounded by the crystal clear waters of Phewa Lake, the only way of getting to the temple is on the boat. It is flooded by the visitors throughout the year to worship the deity or just to enjoy the beauty of the location.
Mahendra cave is one of the most visited tourist attractions of Pokhara. It is located in about 10 minutes drive from the heart of Pokhara city in the place named Batulechaur.
As one of the darker sights in Nepal, the Mahendra Cave gives visitors the opportunity to embark on an adventure. There is still much of the cave that has not been explored and gives the cave an atmosphere of awe when thinking of the mysterious, unknown territory that no man has yet been privileged to see