The most beautiful places around Pokhara

The best of Pokhara

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The most beautiful places around Pokhara
Inserted: 23.11.2020
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Pokhara is the busiest tourist destination in Kathmandu after Kathmandu. Not surprisingly, the relaxed atmosphere and especially the starting point for a number of treks and day trips. Even in the vicinity of the city you will find a number of great views. Let's take a look at the most beautiful places around Pokhara, which are definitely worth a visit

Annapurna Base Camp

Base Camp under the monumental wall

| Altitude: 4 122 m / 13 524 ft

The path to the Annapurna I base camp is one of the most classic and most visited treks from Pokhara. From… continue reading

Lookout from Poon Hill

The majestic view of the Dhaulagiri

| Altitude: 3 176 m / 10 420 ft

One of the short treks you can take around Pokhara is ascent to Poon Hill. Otherwise, the insignificant hill… continue reading

View from Sarangkot

The famous view of the Annapurnas

| Altitude: 1 539 m / 5 049 ft

Perhaps the most popular prospect of Annapurna near Pokhara is the Sarangkot hill lying to the north of the… continue reading

Lake Phewa

Mirror for Annapurnas

| Altitude: 800 m / 2 625 ft

The most famous Nepalese lake Phewa, on whose shore lies the tourist town of Pokhara, is famous for the… continue reading

World Peace Pagoda

View of Lake Phewa

| Altitude: 1 094 m / 3 589 ft

The World Peace Pagoda, along with the Sarangkot Hill, is the most popular viewpoint on the Himalayas near… continue reading

Rice fields over Phewa Lake

An amazing rice amphitheater

| Altitude: 1 120 m / 3 675 ft

Just a short walk from Pokhara, there are beautiful rice terraces situated on the slopes of the Nehyeaal… continue reading

Ghandruk village

View of Annapurna Dakshin

| Altitude: 2 024 m / 6 640 ft

Ghandruk is famous for its location, where you can admire the beautiful Annapurna Dakshim (south) directly… continue reading

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