The most attractive aspect of Pokhara is that it offers a wonderful panoramic view from the surrounding hills, especially the majestic view of the high mountains in the snow cloak reflecting on the blue water. Pokhara is also a destination for hikers and adventure travelers.

Pokhara Valley is a vivid and idyllic watercolor painting. The year-round snow-covered Annapurna Range provides a peaceful backdrop to the three natural lakes Phewa, Rupa, and Begnas, making Pokhara a great place to relax for tourists from afar. At Lake Phewa, you can find many colorfully painted boats. Boating on Lake Phewa will be the highlight of the tour. The calm and quiet Lake Rupa and Begnas give visitors a sense of peace. In addition, waterfalls and caves are also prominent places to explore here.

Nepal is a country of Buddhism and Pokhara is no exception with temples imbued with Hindu architecture and tantric Buddhism. World Peace Pagoda is a great spot with breathtaking views of the Annapurna range and Pokhara City. Matepani Gumba is a beautifully designed Buddhist monastery atop the hill above Matepani. The images of Buddha and religious artifacts here are of breathtaking beauty.

In recent years, Pokhara has become more known to tourists when developing tourism through adventure sports such as paragliding on the lake, flying through the valley, mountain biking, kayaking, or experiencing the zipline.

Pokhara serves different food according to your need and also traditional Nepali cuisine. Macchhapuchre Kiss (frozen yogurt) is a delicious dessert that can be easily found and sold widely similar to ice cream. Darjeeling Momos is also a dish you should try when coming here.

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