Davis Falls, PokharaCurrently Closed
- Address: Shital Path, Pokhara 33700, Nepal
- Timings: 06:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: 100 NPR
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Outdoors, Waterfall, Observatory, Family And Kids, Adventure, Nature
About Davis Falls, Pokhara
Named after an overzealous Swiss couple who as legend has it, subsequently drowned in its waters, Patale Chhango as the locals call it is a gorgeous waterfall that finds its way through tunnels and crevices. It forms an underground tunnel after reaching the bottom from its height of 500 meters. It runs 100 feet below ground level. Specially thunderous in the monsoons, be prepared for a deafening sound and a roaring cascade if you’re going to visit this in all its glory.
Davis Falls Information
- Avoid visiting in the evening as this area can get dangerously slippery and dark around that time.
How To reach Davis Falls by Public Transport
- Travel by cab or by local tourist bus.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Davis Falls
95% of people who visit Pokhara include Davis Falls in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
35.97% of people plan their visit to Davis Falls between 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Davis Falls
93.71% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Davis Falls
Davis Falls, Pokhara Reviews
Also called The Devis Falls The views can't be seen as it is enclosed in bars. Sometimes the rocks forms a face like structure. It is one of most popular place of Pokhara gathering a good number of visitors both national and international. Though the park is small its pleasant to watch the falls enjoying the nature and sound of the water.
Cleaner and well maintained. Has informative infographics on the way. Inexpensive tickets for locals and a fair price for the tourists as well. Has a secluded feel to it although it is one of the busiest tourist destinations in Pokhara. I wish they could add a bird eye view to the deep ends of the falls and maybe enable live viewing of the same.
We were here early in March and there is absolutely nothing to see. During seasons with more rainfall, it is probably nicer. Don't go here during dry seasons or go if you need to use the bathroom and want to relax a bit, then it is worth it.
A nice place to visit with family. The fall very powerful but yet small and narrow. The water is white in color and very cold. Rainy season obviously best to see the fall in its full glory. The fall itself has a very interesting sad story. You can combine the tour with opposite side attraction, which is a cave.
Probably the Fall is famous by name of Tourist who unfortunately had lost life while observing the site. Now it's secured by Bars so no risk. But there is scope for more modifications for observing fall to make it more adventurous but safe, more attractive but naturally.