Pokhara Day tour
Duration: 08 Hours I Starting Time: 09 AM
Location: Pokhara city, Nepal
Pokhara: Poet’s inspiration, cupid’s cradle, nature’s masterpiece, tourist’s paradise, photographer’s delight, adventurer’s sport venue, hospitality’s epitome, trekker’s base and the second largest city of Nepal. Let’s visit Pokhara, the renowned tourist destination of Nepal!
Pokhara day tour offers and introduces you to pristine lakes, mysterious caves, snowy mountains, waterfalls, refugee camps, carpet factories, museums and much more. All in one place and at a small cost and short time.
Short and scenic hike to World Peace Pagoda and Sarangkot are the other most amazing activities in Pokhara.
We can also include boating on the Phewa Lake which is a delightful experience and paragliding from Sarangkot at an extra cost. Our
Pokhara day tour starts at 09:AM and ends at 04:PM and visit includes these places such as Mahendra Cave , Phewa Lake, World Peace Pagoda, David’s Fall, Seti Gorge Bindhya Basini Temple, and Museums.
Cost Information: This day trip cost will vary depending on the number of person in your group, and standard of services required. Please contact us or send us a quick inquiry with your details to obtain a quote.
Services including while doing day tour:
- Guided sightseeing with all the entry fees,
- An English speaking tour guide,
- Necessary entry permits monuments of Pokhara city.
- Car or Van transportation according to group size.
Services excludes while doing day tour:
- Hotels in Pokhara,
- Your meals
- Tips for tour guide and driver.
Nepal Visa info
Visa for Nepal, you can obtain a visa easily upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu. Please kindly bring two passport size photos and passport copy along with you. (Tourist Visa with Multiple Entry for 30 days can be obtained by paying US $ 40 or equivalent foreign currency. Similarly, Tourist Visa with Multiple Entry for 90 days can be obtained by paying US $ 100. If you need more info on visa for Nepal then please kindly feel free to ask with us or browse our Nepal info page.