Pokhara Tour Package

Pokhara Tour Package 5 Days

$ 800 Per Person

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Facts About Trip

Maximum Altitude:

1400 M

Group Size:

2 to 30 Peoples

Transportation:

Flight & private transport

Accommodation:

Best available

Best season:

All Season

Meals:

Breakfast

Tour type:

Tour

Grade:

Easy

Trekking Region

Kaski Region

Tour Highlights

  • A serene and beautiful freshwater lake, offering stunning views of the Annapurna range reflected in its crystal-clear waters. You can take a boat ride, go kayaking, or simply relax by the lakeside.
  • A hill station renowned for its panoramic views of the Himalayas, including the iconic Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) mountain at sunrise and sunset. It's a popular spot for paragliding as well.
  • Situated atop a hill overlooking Pokhara Valley, this pagoda offers not only spiritual solace but also breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and the city below.
  • A mystical cave with a sacred underground waterfall, adorned with stalactites and stalagmites. It's a fascinating site for those interested in geology and spirituality alike.
  •  A unique waterfall where the water vanishes underground into a natural tunnel, creating a mesmerizing spectacle. Nearby, you can also explore the Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave.
  • A revered Hindu temple dedicated to Goddess Bhagwati, offering panoramic views of the city and the Himalayas from its hilltop location.
  •  Pokhara is a hub for adventure enthusiasts, offering activities such as paragliding, zip-lining, bungee jumping, and trekking. The nearby Annapurna region provides ample trekking opportunities, including the famous Annapurna Circuit and Annapurna Base Camp trek.
  •  Learn about Tibetan culture and heritage at the Tibetan Refugee Camp, where you can shop for traditional handicrafts like carpets, clothing, and jewelry while supporting the local community.
  • Explore the vibrant streets of Pokhara, sample delicious Nepali cuisine at local eateries, and immerse yourself in the rich culture and traditions of the region.

Overview

Pokhara is a picturesque city located in central Nepal, nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas. It is renowned for its stunning natural beauty, tranquil lakes, and panoramic views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges. Pokhara is situated approximately 200 kilometers west of the capital city, Kathmandu. It serves as the gateway to the Annapurna region and is a popular starting point for treks and expeditions into the Himalayas. Pokhara is blessed with breathtaking natural landscapes, including serene lakes, lush forests, and majestic mountain vistas. The city is flanked by the towering peaks of the Annapurna and Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) mountains, which provide a stunning backdrop to the scenery. Phewa Lake is Pokhara's most iconic attraction, offering opportunities for boating, kayaking, and leisurely walks along its shores. The lake is surrounded by lush green hills and is adorned with colorful boats, creating a postcard-perfect setting.

Pokhara is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, with numerous trekking routes and adventure activities available in the surrounding area. Popular treks include the Annapurna Circuit, Annapurna Base Camp trek, and Ghorepani Poon Hill trek. Additionally, Pokhara offers paragliding, zip-lining, mountain biking, and whitewater rafting experiences for adrenaline junkies. Perched atop a hill overlooking Phewa Lake, the World Peace Pagoda (Shanti Stupa) is a symbol of peace and harmony. Visitors can hike or drive to the pagoda and enjoy panoramic views of Pokhara city and the surrounding mountains. arangkot is a scenic hill station located just outside Pokhara, famous for its stunning sunrise and sunset views. It's a popular destination for hiking, paragliding, and photography.

Pokhara is home to several natural attractions, including Gupteshwor Cave, which houses a sacred Shiva lingam, and Devi's Fall, a mesmerizing waterfall named after a tragic incident involving a woman named Devi. Pokhara offers opportunities for cultural exploration, with visits to traditional villages, Buddhist monasteries, and Hindu temples. The city's diverse cultural heritage is reflected in its vibrant festivals, arts, and cuisine. Pokhara is also a haven for relaxation and wellness, with numerous spas, yoga centers, and meditation retreats scattered throughout the city. Visitors can unwind and rejuvenate amidst the serene natural surroundings.

Day to Day Itinerary Expand/Collapse All

Day 1 : Arrival in (TIA) Kathmandu.

As you land at Kathmandu airport, a representative from Unique Sherpa Trek & Expedition will wait for you with a vehicle to welcome you and transfer you to the hotel. Overnight at Kathmandu.

Day 2 : Travel to Pokhara.

After breakfast, you will be driven to Pokhara, which takes around 6-7 hours by road. On the way, you will get to enjoy the scenic beauty of Nepal's hills, rivers, and valleys. Upon arrival in Pokhara, you can check into your hotel and spend the rest of the day exploring the city.
 

Day 3 : Paragliding and Sightseeing in Pokhara.

After breakfast, you will be taken to the paragliding site in Pokhara. You will soar over the city and enjoy the breathtaking views of the Himalayas and the Phewa Lake. The experience lasts around 30-45 minutes, depending on the weather conditions. After the paragliding, you can spend the rest of the day sightseeing in Pokhara. You can visit the Bindabasini Temple, Devi's Fall, Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, and the International Mountain Museum. You can also take a boat ride on the Phewa Lake and visit the Tal Barahi Temple, which is situated on a small island in the lake. In the evening, you can enjoy the lively atmosphere of Lakeside, which is the main tourist hub in Pokhara. You can explore the local markets, dine at a lakeside restaurant, or simply relax by the lake and enjoy the beautiful views.

Day 4 : Return to Kathmandu.

After breakfast, you will be driven back to Kathmandu, which takes around 6-7 hours by road. Upon arrival, you can check into your hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure. You can explore the local markets or visit some of the popular tourist attractions.

Day 5 : Final Departure

After breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport for your flight back home or to your next destination.
 

What Is Included ?

  • Kathmandu/Pokhara/Kathmandu transportation.
  • farewell Dinner at Kathmandu.
  • 2-night B&B in a hotel in Kathmandu.
  • Accommodation in a 3-star hotel in a twin-sharing room.
  • Current Govt. Taxes
  • 3-night B&B in the hotel at Pokhara.
  • professional tour guide.

What Is Excluded?

  • International insurance.
  • international flight ticket.
  • any medicines and treatment.
  • Kathmandu or Pokhara Valley vehicle rent for sightseeing.
  • gift item's souvenir things.
  • Any other entrance fee like a pilgrimage, cave, sky diving, paragliding, or sport.

 

NOTE: If you return earlier from the trek due to sickness or any problem, the money you paid for the flight, hotel, mountain room, food, etc. It is not will be refundable, and you will need to bear the expenses for the hotel, food, etc. in Kathmandu yourself.

FAQs

Autumn (September to November): This is the peak season for tourism in Pokhara, with clear skies, mild temperatures, and breathtaking views of the Himalayas for trekking, paragliding, and sightseeing.
Spring (March to May): The weather is pleasant, and the hills are adorned with blooming rhododendrons. Great for trekking, boating, and enjoying nature.
Winter (December to February): Cooler temperatures and fewer tourists. Lower-altitude treks are still accessible. Suitable for cultural exploration, lower altitude hikes, and city tours.
Monsoon (June to August): Lush greenery and fewer crowds, but frequent rain can disrupt travel plans.

 

The quickest way is a flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara, taking about 25-30 minutes. Pokhara International Airport (PKR) handles both domestic and limited international flights. Comfortable options that take 6-8 hours from Kathmandu by bus. They often have stops for meals and breaks.
 

Phewa Lake: For boating and scenic views.
Sarangkot: For sunrise views and paragliding.
World Peace Pagoda: For panoramic vistas and a tranquil environment.
Devi’s Fall: A unique waterfall with an underground tunnel.
International Mountain Museum: Insight into Himalayan culture and mountaineering history.

Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) Trek:
Duration: 7-12 days.
Highlights: Close-up views of Annapurna and Machapuchare, diverse landscapes, and cultural experiences in Gurung villages.
 
Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek:
Duration: 4-5 days.
Highlights: Stunning sunrise views over the Himalayas, rhododendron forests, and traditional village life.
 
Mardi Himal Trek:
Duration: 5-7 days.
Highlights: Less crowded, panoramic views of Annapurna and Machapuchare, and diverse terrain.
 
Jomsom-Muktinath Trek:
Duration: 7-10 days.
Highlights: Journey through the Kali Gandaki valley, visit the holy site of Muktinath, and explore Tibetan culture.

  • Paragliding: From Sarangkot, offering aerial views of the lakes and mountains.
  • Boating: On Phewa Lake and Begnas Lake for a peaceful retreat.
  • Zip Lining: One of the longest and steepest zip lines in the world.
  • Mountain Biking: Various trails range from easy rides around the lake to challenging off-road paths.
  • Cultural Tours: Explore temples, local markets, and traditional villages.

 

solo travel is Generally safe, with many solo backpackers visiting. It's easy to find travel companions on popular treks. Pokhara is family-friendly with many activities suita. Solo Travelers for children and safety measures in place. Stay aware of your surroundings, especially in crowded areas. Follow local advice regarding treks and activities. Use reputable tour operators and guides.

Numerous shops offer rental equipment for trekking, such as sleeping bags, down jackets, and trekking poles. Bicycles, scooters, and boats can be rented around the Lakeside area. Typically included in paragliding packages offered by adventure companies.

Additional Information

Phewa Lake (Phewa Tal):
Boating: Rent a traditional wooden boat or a kayak and paddle on the serene waters. A visit to the Tal Barahi Temple, located on an island in the lake, is a must.
Lakeside Promenade: The area is lined with cafes, restaurants, and shops, offering a relaxed atmosphere for strolling.
 
Sarangkot:
Famous for its panoramic views of the Annapurna range, Sarangkot is best visited at dawn. The sunrise over the Himalayas is a breathtaking sight. Sarangkot is a top spot for paragliding. The flights offer a bird’s-eye view of the valley and mountains.
 
World Peace Pagoda (Shanti Stupa):
Located atop a hill, this pagoda offers stunning views of Phewa Lake and the Annapurna range. It’s a great spot for meditation and enjoying the peaceful surroundings. Reach the pagoda via a short hike from Phewa Lake or by a drive followed by a brief walk.
 
Devi’s Fall (Patale Chhango):
This waterfall, especially dramatic during the monsoon, flows into a deep underground tunnel. Nearby is the Gupteshwor Cave, where you can explore the underbelly of the falls.
 
Bindhyabasini Temple:
This temple dedicated to the goddess Bhagwati offers spiritual solace and beautiful views of the city and mountains.
 
International Mountain Museum:
Learn about the mountaineering history, cultures of the Himalayas, and famous expeditions. The museum provides insightful context about the region and its people.
 
Begnas Lake:
Less crowded than Phewa, Begnas Lake is perfect for a peaceful escape. Enjoy fishing, boating, or just soaking in the tranquil environment.
 
Adventure Activities:
Pokhara is the starting point for several famous treks, including the Annapurna Base Camp and the Ghorepani Poon Hill trek. Experience an adrenaline rush with bungee jumping and zip lining in and around Pokhara.
 
Old Bazaar:
Explore the traditional market area with its colorful shops, temples, and bustling vibe that offers a glimpse into local life.
 
Best Times to Visit:
Autumn (September to November): Ideal for clear skies and spectacular mountain views. Perfect for trekking and outdoor activities.
Spring (March to May): The second-best time with blooming rhododendrons and pleasant weather. Another great time for trekking.
Winter (December to February): Fewer tourists and good for city exploration and lower-altitude treks, but it can be chilly.
Monsoon (June to August): Lush greenery and fewer crowds but expect rain, which can impact outdoor activities and treks.
 
Luxury Hotels:
The Pavilions Himalayas: Eco-friendly resort with stunning views and top-notch amenities.
Shangri-La Village Resort: Offers beautiful gardens, pools, and views of the Himalayas.
 
Mid-Range Hotels:
Temple Tree Resort & Spa: Comfortable, with a blend of traditional architecture and modern amenities.
Hotel Barahi: Centrally located near Phewa Lake with excellent service and facilities.
 
Must-Try Dishes:
Dal Bhat Traditional Nepali meal of rice, lentil soup, and vegetables. Momo is Nepali dumplings, often stuffed with meat or vegetables and served with a spicy sauce. Thakali Set A variation of Dal Bhat with added flavors and accompaniments.
 
Local Markets:
Lakeside Market is a mix of local and tourist-oriented shops where you can sample local snacks and buy souvenirs.
Old Bazaar For a more traditional shopping experience with local goods and produce.
 
Health and Safety:
While Pokhara itself is at a moderate altitude if you’re trekking, acclimatize properly to prevent altitude sickness. Drink bottled or filtered water to avoid water-borne illnesses.
 
Transportation:
Taxis and rickshaws are common. Bargaining for fares is expected. Renting a bike or scooter is a popular way to explore Pokhara.
 
Cultural Etiquette:
While Pokhara is relatively relaxed, dressing modestly when visiting temples or rural areas is appreciated. Use "Namaste" it is like greeting with a slight bow when meeting locals.
 
Connectivity:
Wi-Fi is widely available in hotels and cafes, though speeds can vary.
SIM Cards Easily available with data packages for staying connected on the go.
Sustainable Travel Tips Minimize plastic use, carry reusable bottles and bags, and support eco-friendly accommodations. Buy from local artisans, eat at local restaurants, and use local guides to contribute to the community. Follow Leave No Trace principles, especially on treks and in natural areas.

Equipments

Visiting Pokhara, Nepal, is a unique experience, blending natural beauty with adventure activities. When preparing for a trip to this enchanting city, it's essential to bring the right equipment to make the most of your journey. Here's a comprehensive list of the best equipment to consider for a Pokhara tour, categorized by activity and general use:
 
Backpack:
Daypack
 
Footwear:
Hiking Boots
Casual Shoes
 
Clothing:
Layered Clothing
Hiking Pants
Casual Wear
Warm Clothing
 
Travel Accessories:
Reusable Water Bottle
Travel Towel
Sunglasses and Hat
Power Bank
Toiletries
First Aid Kit
 
Electronics:
Camera
Smartphone
Travel Adapter
 
Paragliding:
Action Camera
Sturdy Footwear
 
Boating/Canoeing:
Dry Bag
 
Camera Equipment:
DSLR/Mirrorless Camera
Tripod
Extra Batteries and Memory Cards
 
Additional Tips:
Local SIM Card
Maps and Guidebooks
Cash:

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$ 800 Per Person

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