Pokhara is Nepal's second city located by Phewar lake which is a popular spot for trekkers going to and from their treks in the Annapurna range. Pokhara is extremely beautiful in its own right, as you can see some of the huge peaks of the Annapurna range including Machapuchare (or 'Fishtail mountain') towering over the town and the lake.
From the Pokhara Travel Guide
I enjoyed my stay a looooot!! Made first an reservation for 1 day and staied there at the end over a week...! Raj and Anita took care of every wish and questions I had. We had nice conversations and at the end I wished I could stay longer. When I come back to pokhara, i'll go for sure again to pushpa guest house!! DHANYABAD DAI !!! ... more
This accom is an very good example of getting what you need with friendly and effective service/ help. The price reflects the service and location. A very pleasant stay!. ... more
Had a wonderful 5 days at this superbly run family guest house. The owner was helpful right from my initial email enquiry. We had big clean room upstairs with hot shower and verandah to relax and enjoy meals. The view of the snow capped mountains from the roof is identical to the postcards. ... more
Nepal in mid-July
to at least see the Himalayas. Will Pokhara (sp?) be worthwhile, instead of Kathmandu? I'm coming from ...
Nepal itinerary help
Hi All, This is my first post on Travellerspoint. I was just after a bit of advice or critique on the itinerary I'm in the process of doing for my 1 month trip to Nepal. I'm looking at going to the following places: Kathmandu Bhaktapur Chitwan NP - possible 3 day safari Bandipur Pokhara - Ghorepani Poon Hill ...
Hi, Planning to travel in Nepal for 10 days during end October 2014. Kathmandu, Pokhara, Bhaktapur, Nagarkot etc. Anyone travelling to Nepal during that time ? Ranjan Kar Bangalore ...
On Monday we got the bus from Kathmandu to Pokhara, about a seven hour journey. So far we'd only seen busy Kathmandu and the mountains, so it was lovely to see the more rural side of Nepal. Pokhara ...
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