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Begnas Lake, the second largest lake of Pokhara Valley is situated at an altitude of 650m. It is located in the Siswa village on the eastern part of Pokhara and is 13 km away from the Pokhara city. It covers an area of 3 sq. km. Average water depth of the lake is 9.37 and the maximum water depth is 13.84m. The capacity of the lake is 29.05 million cubic meter. It is comparatively deeper in the northern and western part in the comparison to eastern and southern part. The lake water is drained out by Khudi Khola from the western part.

Geologically the area is composed of slate and phyllite zone with beds of calcareous conglomerate and gravel deposits. The vegetation here is quite different than in other parts of Pokhara because here the major species on the southern aspect of the hills on the northern part of the lake is Shorea Robusta whereas the major species of the forest on the northern aspect of the hill lying on the southern part of the lake is Schima-Castonopsis. The forest is very dense on the northern and southern part of the lake whereas there is cultivation on the eastern part and fishery project on the western part.

Lunch at Begnas Lake Resort. Pick up/Meeting point: Hotel at 9.00am
Duration: 7 hrs.
Start or opening time:9.30am
End or closing time:4.30pm
Languages:English
Others: Entrance Fees not included.

The World Peace Pagoda, a massive Buddhist stupa, is situated at the top of a hill on the southern shore of Phewa Lake. Besides being an impressive sight in itself, the shrine is a great vantage point which offers spectacular views of the Annapurna range, Phewa Lake, and Pokhara city.

We climb the Raniban forest and cross a suspension bridge. After a two-hour hike, we reach the stupa and enjoy the peaceful, scenic beauty. Walking down from the pagoda you have views of Phewa Lake and the mountains. When we reach the lake, a 20-minute boat ride will bring us to the island temple of Barahi. And all its values and mysteries are showcased in the one and only Mountain Museum in the world - the International Mountain Museum, right at the footsteps of the Himalayan range, in Pokhara, Nepal.

With an objective of maintaining systematic records of the successful eight thousanders (the world’s 14 mountains above 8,000 metres), geographic flora and fauna and human activities in the range, the International mountain Museum has been established at the foot step of fishtail peak and gate way to the mountain region. The shape of the museum roof itself resembles mountain skyline to any visitor before entering the museum main gate. Lunch by the lakeside.

Meeting point: Kathmandu hotel pick-up.
Start times: Pick-ups at 9am.
Drop-off times: Tours end at 4.30pm.
Other information: International Museum admission not included.

Disfruta de la sensación de libertad y la grandeza del paisaje a los pies de la cordillera del Himalaya con esta excursión a través de lo más destacado de Pokhara y sus alrededores. Te asombrarás con las montañas y los lagos, puro espectáculo. Vista un templo, una cueva repleta de murciélagos y contempla una maravillosa cascada. Acércate a vivir durante un día en la cima del mundo.

Saldremos de Pokhara hacia Sarangkot y la cordillera del Annapurna, la zona más espectacular de la región. Las vistas son hechizantes, especialmente el parpadeo de la luz cuando sale el sol e ilumina las montañas majestuosas que pueblan el horizonte. Ver cómo sale el sol por encima del monte Annapurna es una experiencia que no te puedes perder. Dirígete al interior de estas montañas y adéntrate en la cueva Mahenda, donde viven murciélagos. Si lo deseas, te puedes saltar esta parte del recorrido. Cerca de allí encontrarás la garganta Seti, de dos metros de ancho y 20 de profundidad. Su recorrido serpenteante se aleja sumergiéndose debajo de la ciudad.

Tómate un respiro y relájate navegando en barca por el lago Phewa, que ofrece una magnífica estampa de las montañas reflejándose en sus aguas. Sigue hacia el templo Tal Barahi, situado en una pequeña isla justo en medio del lago. Cuando vuelvas a tierra, dirígete hacia la cascada Devi. Ésta desemboca en un canal y profundo y, allí, conocerás la leyenda que explica el origen de su nombre. Visita la cueva de Gupteshwor, donde los indígenas veneran a Lord Sihva y luego continúa por los 3 kilómetros de cueva de piedra calcárea.

Hike the Himalayan foothills to the wonderful World Peace Stupa and enjoy breathtaking views over Lake Phewa, the city of Pokhara and the roof of the world in the horizon. This active full day trip is both a spiritual journey and a sightseeing tour, which takes in other local landmarks such as the Devi waterfall and Gupteshwor Cave as well as a scenic lake cruise. Come along for a magnificent day in the great outdoors.

The adventure begins on a rowing boat, which will cross Lake Phewa to the hike’s starting point at the edge of a forest. Trek for between 60 and 90 minutes through the trees to Ananda Hill, where the pristine white World Peace Stupa – one of 80 around the planet – has been since construction finished in 1999. Take a breath and close your eyes before setting them upon the stunning panorama of the lake and Pokhara framed by the snowcapped Himalaya Range. On a clear day you will see the Himalayas reflecting on the lake’s surface. This is nature at its best. Then, to cap it all off, enjoy lunch here.

Head downhill for about 45 minutes to the Devi waterfall, which flows into a deep and narrow channel, and learn about the legend of how it got its name. Visit Gupteshwor Cave, where locals worship the Lord Shiva, then continue into the 3km-long limestone cave behind it. From the cave, trek back to your hotel through the dam side. The walk back takes about 30 minutes.

Experience traditional Nepalese country life with a hike to the mountain hamlet of Astam. See stunning scenery as you climb to Astam on the foothills of the Annapurna Range and breathe in the freshest air the world, surrounded by snowcapped peaks and verdant valleys crammed with colourful flowers.

The fun begins with a 40-minute drive to Hemja, a picturesque village northwest of Pokhara from where the hike starts. Follow the trail through the wilderness to Astam, which takes about two hours. Admire the fantastic flora and fauna that exists at the final staging post before the roof of the world.

The rustic village of Astam was founded three centuries years ago when the Adhikari family settled here. The current inhabitants are the seventh generation of Adhikaris to live here. Astam is located on a small ridge, allowing breathtaking 360-degree panoramas of the Annapurna and Manaslu mountain ranges as well as Pokhara Valley. Imagine what it is like to wake up here every morning and enjoying such views.

Nowadays, Astam is an eco-village where much attention is paid to sustainability. Your lunch is be made from locally grown foods prepared on bio-gas. You can visit the farmlands and participate in any activities that may take place on the land. There’s a good chance of spotting Himalayan birds such as the red vented bulbul and the scarlet minivet as well as beautifully coloured butterflies.

Live the high life in the foothills of the Himalayas with a fascinating hike to Chapakot from Pokhara. Surrounded by verdant valleys, snowcapped peaks, rare flora and fauna and scenic landscapes, the panorama before your eyes gets better and better with each step forward. This is the great outdoors like you’ve never seem them before.

Head west in the morning to the rustic hamlet of Pame, which is about 45 minutes by road from Pokhara. Pame is a typical Nepalese farming community surrounded by many rice and paddy fields. Depending on the season, you can see the villagers working on the land as they water, plant or cut the paddy. It’s a fascinating sight to see the farmers carrying out this backbreaking work, which is one of the few activities that are performed today much like theyr were before the advent of agricultural technology.

From Pame, follow the River Harpan upstream. Most of the farmers depend on the river as they canalise the water to irrigate their fields. The river means life to them. The Harpan flows into the majestic Lake Phewa on which Pokhara is built. Follow the river for a while as you continue along the plains before beginning the hike uphill. The higher you go, the greater the number of small farming villages that you will cross. With every step upward, Pokhara, Lake Phewa Lake and the Himalayan peaks will come into focus on the horizon. Once on the peak, begin the return to Pokhara on the south side of the Lake Phewa.

The mother of all hikes on the roof of the world is this epic trek from Naudanda to Sarangkot. This is a long walk that takes somewhere between seven and eight hours. It’s intensive and demanding but immeasurably rewarding as you will see stunning scenery, meet the most amazing villagers and experience a surprising number of cultures during the day.

The adventure begins bright and early at 6am to avoid the heat of the day. Drive for about 45 minutes from Pokhara for Naudanda, a hillside hamlet that has barely been touched by the sands of time. From Naudanda you will see the world waking up and the sun rising above the Himalayan peaks, which will act almost as a compass during the route.

Along the way you will see farmers working on the land and meet ever smiling children on their way to school. You will pass through villages settled by various ethnicities such as the educated Brahmin caste and the warrior class Chhetri. This allows you a rare chance to see how different communities live. On top of the cultural variety, you will enjoy spellbinding landscapes of the Himalayas and Lake Phewa as you progress. Expect to hike between three and four hours before reaching Sarangkot.

At Sarangkot, you will experience a dramatic natural vista before your eyes as eight majestic mountains rise from the earth to touch the heavens before your eyes. The reflection of sunlight from a snowcapped peak is always a breathtaking sight. From Sarangkot, hike down to Pokhara in approximately three hours.

Mansawar Rd

See and feel Pokhara from a different perspective on this Pokhara hiking tour. Head out on a local transport to the outlying hills, Naudanda, literally meaning 'nine hills'. It'll take us about an hour to get there, but you'll be rewarded with the soft relief of the gently rolling chain of hills with their rice fields in terraces, and subtropical forests.

Oh, and the silhouette of the Himalayas! Can't forget those! Imposing on the landscape from a mere 30 kilometres away, this place certainly has an appealing look.   A walk through this charming land transports you to a total contrast, far-removed from where you started your day. From one village to another and one hill to another, we'll hike for about three hours until we reach Sarangkot, a vantage point on top of a hillock north of Fewa Lake, famous for its dawn and dusk views.   We'll descend for two hours towards Sedi, and continue to walk along the circumference of Fewa Lake for about half an hour until we reach Lakeside, where our Pokhara hike will end and we'll be transported back to Pokhara.

There’s more to Pokhara than the resplendent beauty of one lake. On this Pokhara bike tour, we ride out to discover the magnificence of another lake. All geared up, we set in motion from our Pokhara base, in close proximity to Fewa Lake, to pedal our way out of the city, meandering uphill on a single track road repetitively switching back and forth between the lush woodlands and distinctive villages.  

Relishing the pristine beauty of hillside landscape and distant views of monolithic hulk of awe-inspiring Himalayas along the way, we take a breather after about 2.5 hours at one of the wayside tea shops at Kalikasthan.   With the tougher part behind us, we our Pokhara bike tour continues down a dirt track at a relaxed pace as the beauty of Begnas Lake unravels itself bit by bit. Reaching Begnas, we go into one of the local eateries to try out the local produce, fish delicacies and replenish ourselves with filling lunch while admiring the beauty of the lake.   The return bike ride to Pokhara will take about an hour and a half, and is via a different, more straightforward route through the countryside and back into the town centre, where our day tour from Pokhara will come to an end.

Highground Adv., Opposite Hotel Snowland, Lakeside

Paragliding in Nepal amongst the grandest scenery on earth is an inspiring experience. Float over mystery, shrouded monasteries, and ancient places, beautiful turquoise lakes, ranging Himalayan Rivers, exotic jungle, and village forgotten by time. It involves a pilot flying with a passenger. Both of them have separate harness that is attached to each other and the wing. Paragliding harness are built for comfort and safety, they feel more like an armchair. After take-off, the passenger just sits back, relaxes, and takes in the epic scenery. Even taking picture is not a problem. Para gliders can foot launch and gently foot land again and are very portable. We can take them anywhere and fly from most mountains in Nepal. < br/>< br/> Annapurna Panorama Flights: we take 20 minutes drive from Pokhara uphill to Sarangkot view point 2000 ft above Lakeside. This is where we take off. From here, we can see three highest mountains in the world, Dhaulagiri, Annapurna and Manaslu all are over 8000 meters. < br/> Cloud Buster (Panorama Tandem flight): This midday flight gives you the thrill of high flights as we thermal up above Sarangkot in the company of eagles and vultures, 20-30 minutes. We land by the lake. < br/> Cross Country: This flight is designed to give you the chance to experience flying from one valley to another. Using thermals, clouds and birds to guide us, we take you an unforgettable journey north of Pokhara towards the big mountains. We fly for 1 hour approximately.

desde 110,37 €

Paragliding in Nepal amongst the grandest scenery on earth is an inspiring experience. Float over mystery, shrouded monasteries, and ancient places, beautiful turquoise lakes, ranging Himalayan Rivers, exotic jungle, and village forgotten by time. It involves a pilot flying with a passenger. Both of them have separate harness that is attached to each other and the wing. Paragliding harness are built for comfort and safety, they feel more like an armchair. After take-off, the passenger just sits back, relaxes, and takes in the epic scenery. Even taking picture is not a problem. Para gliders can foot launch and gently foot land again and are very portable. We can take them anywhere and fly from most mountains in Nepal. < br/>< br/> Annapurna Panorama Flights: we take 20 minutes drive from Pokhara uphill to Sarangkot view point 2000 ft above Lakeside. This is where we take off. From here, we can see three highest mountains in the world, Dhaulagiri, Annapurna and Manaslu all are over 8000 meters. < br/> Cloud Buster (Panorama Tandem flight): This midday flight gives you the thrill of high flights as we thermal up above Sarangkot in the company of eagles and vultures, 20-30 minutes. We land by the lake. < br/> Cross Country: This flight is designed to give you the chance to experience flying from one valley to another. Using thermals, clouds and birds to guide us, we take you an unforgettable journey north of Pokhara towards the big mountains. We fly for 1 hour approximately.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 110,37 €

Highground Adv., Opposite Hotel Snowland, Lakeside

Ultra light aircraft take off from Pokhara and offer spectacular views of the lakes, mountains, and villages. This is an ideal way to see life from a new perspective. The choice of the Pokhara Valley for ultra light aircraft is appropriate chiefly because of the proximity of the mountains, and the scenic lakes. For those who wished they could fly like birds when growing up, this flight is necessary. It might be lonely at the top, but the spectacular view from up high certainly makes it all worth it. Flights are from the Pokhara airport beginning September through June. The flights take place from sunrise to 11a.m. and from 3p.m. to sunset everyday during these months. Aircrafts: The aircrafts are manufactured in Russia and are powered by Rotax engines. The operational speed ranges from 50 km/hr to 130 km/hr. The high aerodynamic qualities allow this delta wing aircraft to perform long flights even with the engine turned off. In case of emergency, the ballistic parachute system enables the aircraft to perform a safe landing.

Place of Operation of the flight: All flights are from the city of Pokhara, a wonderfully relaxing place; the closest Nepal has to a resort. The magic of the mountains, meandering rivers and the beauty of the valley will give you an impression that you will not soon forget, it will give you optimum pleasure, with safety which no one can beat. The breathtaking snow views and the glittering, icy peaks of the Himalayas around you with the green plains below will take you to another world.

Featured Flights: We operate our ultra light aircraft from Pokhara, the place no tourist visiting Nepal will miss for its snowy peaks and beautiful lakes. It has a unique blend of both mountain and plateau area. We promise to show you the scenic beauty of both the Himalayas and the most famous lake of Nepal, Phewa, in Pokhara, from a bird's-eye view. The flight will be a journey through nature. This is truly a unique experience.

Fly for Fun (15 minutes): Our shortest flight takes you over the city of Pokhara, Fewa lake, near Sarangkot hill, over the Buddha monastery and the south side of the city. This short flight will give you a panoramic view of the whole Annapurna Range with a view of another 8000 meter peak - Dhaulagiri, in the distance.
Nepal Mountain flight (30 Minutes): This flight of medium duration, takes you slightly higher and further. You'll fly over the Tibetan refugee camp and as far as Lama hour, on the northern part of the valley. The view is simply superb.

desde 125,09 €

Ultra light aircraft take off from Pokhara and offer spectacular views of the lakes, mountains, and villages. This is an ideal way to see life from a new perspective. The choice of the Pokhara Valley for ultra light aircraft is appropriate chiefly because of the proximity of the mountains, and the scenic lakes. For those who wished they could fly like birds when growing up, this flight is necessary. It might be lonely at the top, but the spectacular view from up high certainly makes it all worth it. Flights are from the Pokhara airport beginning September through June. The flights take place from sunrise to 11a.m. and from 3p.m. to sunset everyday during these months. Aircrafts: The aircrafts are manufactured in Russia and are powered by Rotax engines. The operational speed ranges from 50 km/hr to 130 km/hr. The high aerodynamic qualities allow this delta wing aircraft to perform long flights even with the engine turned off. In case of emergency, the ballistic parachute system enables the aircraft to perform a safe landing.

Place of Operation of the flight: All flights are from the city of Pokhara, a wonderfully relaxing place; the closest Nepal has to a resort. The magic of the mountains, meandering rivers and the beauty of the valley will give you an impression that you will not soon forget, it will give you optimum pleasure, with safety which no one can beat. The breathtaking snow views and the glittering, icy peaks of the Himalayas around you with the green plains below will take you to another world.

Featured Flights: We operate our ultra light aircraft from Pokhara, the place no tourist visiting Nepal will miss for its snowy peaks and beautiful lakes. It has a unique blend of both mountain and plateau area. We promise to show you the scenic beauty of both the Himalayas and the most famous lake of Nepal, Phewa, in Pokhara, from a bird's-eye view. The flight will be a journey through nature. This is truly a unique experience.

Fly for Fun (15 minutes): Our shortest flight takes you over the city of Pokhara, Fewa lake, near Sarangkot hill, over the Buddha monastery and the south side of the city. This short flight will give you a panoramic view of the whole Annapurna Range with a view of another 8000 meter peak - Dhaulagiri, in the distance.
Nepal Mountain flight (30 Minutes): This flight of medium duration, takes you slightly higher and further. You'll fly over the Tibetan refugee camp and as far as Lama hour, on the northern part of the valley. The view is simply superb.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 125,09 €

Highground Adv., Opposite Hotel Snowland, Lakeside

Zip flyer is the one of attractive adventure activities in Nepal and has been attracting tourists with different opportunities of adventure sports, has ushered in yet another new product for adventure tourism.

With an incline of 56 degree, total length of 1.8 km and a vertical drop of 600 meters, it is the tallest, the longest and the steepest zipline in the whole world. Located in one of the most beautiful places on the planet, no zip line ever made comes even close to this.

desde 77,79 €

Zip flyer is the one of attractive adventure activities in Nepal and has been attracting tourists with different opportunities of adventure sports, has ushered in yet another new product for adventure tourism.

With an incline of 56 degree, total length of 1.8 km and a vertical drop of 600 meters, it is the tallest, the longest and the steepest zip line in the whole world. Located in one of the most beautiful places on the planet, no zip line ever made comes even close to this.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 77,79 €

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