If YOU WANT SAVE OFFLINE PLEASE SEE HERE
Day 1: Drive to Pokhara
It will take 6-7 hours drive to Pokhara from Kathmandu.
Day 2: Pokhara Sightseeing (David's Fall, Gupteswar Cave, Tibetan Refugee Camp & World Peace Gompa)
You can visit Devid’s Fall, Gupteswar Mahadev Cave, Tibetan Refugee Camp & World Peace Gompa on this day.
Devid’s Fall is locally known as Patale Chhango, which means waterfall from the ground level. In 1962 A.D a Swiss couple was bathing near the fall. A sudden flood from Fewa Lake swept the women Mrs Devid and her body was discovered after few days. Then after this fall is known as Devid’s Fall. In Summer, you can see beautiful waterfall. The depth of Devid’s Fall is 100 ft (30.48 m) and the length is 500 m underground.
Gupteswar Mahadev Cave:
Gupteswar Mahadev Cave is probably the longest cave in the South Asia with the length of 29,959 m. You can see Mahadev temple inside the cave and almost in 100 m from the entrance of the cave you can see Devid’s Fall from the cave.
World Peace Stupa:
The World Peace Stupa is the symbol of peace. The idols of Buddha in this stupa are brought from Japan, Sri Lanka and Thailand. This Stupa is funded by Monk Litokowo and design by Nisparanjan Myohojli. The height of the Stupa is 11 m covering 21 ropanies of Land and situated in 2100 ft from sea level.
Day 3: Drive back to Kathmandu
It will take 6-7 hours to be back from Pokhara.
Pokhara is the most naturally beautiful and modern sub-metropolitan city of Nepal. It is a famous city in the mid-western Nepal. It lies in the lap of the magnificent Machhapuchhre peak. It is the starting point for trekkers to Mt. Annapurna. Various lakes like Phewa, Rupa and Begnas attract a large number of domestic and foreign tourists, while small lakes like Khaste, Dipang and Maidi are located out of the town. The valley surrounding Pokhara is home to thick forests, gushing rivers, clear lakes and the world famous views of Himalaya.
Pokhara is situated 2oo km west of Kathmandu. You can enjoy a mild climate, clean air, snow-capped mountains reflected in a sheltered lake and an enormous number of good value hotels and restaurants.