Davis Falls, Pokhara

Davis Falls, Pokhara - Address, Ticket Price

Address: Shital Path, Pokhara 33700, Nepal

Ticket Price: 100 NPR

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 06:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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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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  • Devi's fall is one of the tourist attractions in Pokhara. This is one of best destinations for me to go in Pokhara. They charge few cents for entrance and there are lots of metal and handicrafts gifts shops before the entrance. It is actually a big stream from Phewa lake that follows inside a gorge. The stream seems grand during Mansoon. There are few other things around the premises to look for. There a model Nepali house and a model Nepali dresses for men and women. It has a garden at the front and a replica of mountain range that can be seen to the North of Pokhara.

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  • It’s an ok to visit place. There isn’t much great thing to talk about. I could see this place as more of a tourist attraction visited by local people and it was too crowded when I have visited it. There is a waterfall and a park inside. Please don’t assume the kind of waterfall u generally see in other place. It’s a small waterfall to which there is no entry is given. Please look into the photos here and don’t be disappointed if you were expecting usual type of waterfall!

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  • Its osm place . I visit here in December 2016 with friends on school trip we enjoys a lot mostly here on this fall and cave. I decide to visit again because this place is so silent and enjoying . good whether condition ,good people. Best photography location you found here

  • Average experience. I was being told this was one of the best sights in pokhara. To be honest, I found it pretty mediocre as you hardly get to see the falls from such inconvenient angles of viewing. Having said that, you should visit this place if you are around as there's also a cave just across the street from this fall. So you get two places in one go. And that makes it worth. I guess.

  • The waterfall had a very interesting story around it but wasn’t that fascinating.. the water flow was rapid and it was clear and the place was quite crowded.. nice eating joints outside infacf the best food we ate was there only

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