Pokhara Tourism

The second largest city in Nepal is a paradise in its own right. Sitting cosily in the lap of the Himalayas, Pokhara is picturesque and dreamy like a fairytale wonderland. Prepare your senses for a treat; air as fresh as dew, sights as pretty as a fantasy and food as delicious as a feast. To add to its beauty, Pokhara has been bestowed with stunning natural lakes that overlook the bewitching Annapurna range. The mighty Mt. Fishtail looks down lovingly at Pokhara, showering its spectacular grace to awe-struck tourists.

Pokhara offers it’s visitor timeless memories and priceless treasures; peace, overwhelming allure and seductive relaxation. No holiday in Nepal is complete without a travel to Pokhara.

Essential travel information and Pokhara tips for your visit

TRAVEL TIPS

  • Before entering a Nepalese home, temple, and stupa remember to remove your shoes.
  • Seek permission first before entering a Hindu temple. Many Hindu temples do not allow westerners or non-Hindus to enter. Leather articles are prohibited to be taken inside the temple premises.
  • Don't take photographs of locals, holy shrines & temples unless they have clearly given their consent.
  • Beware of touts trying to take advantage of clueless tourists.
  • In Nepal, it is best to choose conservative clothing as scantily dressed men and women might be frowned upon.

The best tours and activities in the city, guided by experts to give you a local insight to the best of Pokhara