Davis FallsCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
- 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
Davis Falls - Review
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
32.11% of people start their Davis Falls visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Davis Falls
93.11% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Davis Falls
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Davis Falls, Pokhara Reviews
Its attractive tourist spots. A small cave behind the falls. The cave floor and staircase wet and slippery. Be careful when you enter into the cave. A little temple is in cave. There is a park, some funny statues & many street shops. You can buy handmade Nepalese products & souvenir from these street shops. But bargaining is must to buy at reasonable price.
An interesting sight and slice of West meets Nepali exploration history. One glorious display of Himalayan snow melt gushing its way down back to the sea, separated from you by a robust safety barrier. Also a refreshing pounding mist and a curiously eerie cave will greet you here.
Small entry fee at gate (30Rs 07/18). Nice place however we went during monsoon season and had heavy rain the night before we went so there was a lot more water than some of the pictures here. There was a nice little rotundra above the falls that had some bats hanging in it and some gardens with those cut outs that you put your head in and take a picture.
Very calm and near to nature kind of place. Recommend to visit it if you are in Pokhara. Coolness in air here is very pleasant for your eyes. Don't expect much but not bad either. Ticket is only ₹30 and it is worth it. You can also checkout shops selling antique items but the price is little steep.
Awesome people, great ambiance everywhere. Clean and very upgraded city. Plus you get lovely views at mountain and at the lake! Skydiving and more sports available. And most of all drinking is legal anywhere, You'll see alcohol at 75% of the country.