Contact 24x7 Support Call: +977 9803221294
Normal Trekking Route
Camping Trekking Route
Restricted Zone Trekking
Short Trekking & Hikking
 

Pokhara Valley Hiking

Pokhara Valley Short Hiking

POKHARA VALLEY HIKING - Pokhara is a city in central Nepal, situated by Phewa Tal. It is best described as a roughshorn resort town, a place to relax, go on leisure walks, ride boats and bikes, find a shaded area and read a book, or sit on the lakeside terrace of a restaurant enjoying the best lake and mountain views in Nepal while eating Thamel-style fare. Not surprisingly, Pokhara is the most visited destination in the country next to Kathmandu.

The valley town of Pokhara is located some 125 miles west of Kathmandu. It is the hub of the central mountains, used as a base by trekkers because of its proximity to several popular hiking routes. Day and night busese run frequently to and from Kathmandu.

When the road is dry and not soaked by rain, it takes about six hours to reach Kathmandu from Pokhara, which includes the typical lunch stop at Mugling. The ride is bumpy but an interesting one that passes through picturesque villages, river gorges, and pretty terraced fields. Some choose to fly one way and bus the other, or vice-versa.

Pokhara and its valley is the largest in Ne­pal, but its perennial problem is its shortage of water for irrigation. The city is situated 3,000 feet above sea level at a lower level than Kathmandu and is only 20 miles south of the central Himalayas. This gives residents great close-up views of the mountains, as well as an astounding annual rainfall of more than 150 inches caused by clouds dumping their rain as they crash into the peaks

Mountain Treks
Pokhara gets cloudy often by mid-morning. The best views of the mountains are enjoyed at dawn when the sky is clear

The most popular mountain destination in the area is Sarangkot, which is nestled high up on the north ridge of Phewa Tal. The mountain stands 5,220 feet above sea level and takes three hours to hike. Ruins of the fort built by the Kaski kings, who fell to the Gorkhalis in 1781, are found at the summit. There are also lodges up there where you can stay to enjoy the views at dawn and sunset. Plan a full day’s excursion for the trek.

Sarangkot Height Hiking
Day 01 : Arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to hotel and rest of the time free.
Day 02 : After breakfast drive or fly to Pokhara.
Day 03 : Possibility for different hikes - a one-day to Sarangkot Height. And relax enjoy the view.
Day 04 : After breakfast drive to Kathmandu, full day sightseeing, dinner with culture show.
Day 05 : Departure to home country.

World Peace Pagoda Hiking
Day 01 : Arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to hotel and rest of the time free.
Day 02 : After breakfast drive or fly to Pokhara.
Day 03 : Possibility for different hikes - a one-day to World Peace Pagoda. And relax enjoy the view.
Day 04 : After breakfast drive to Kathmandu, full day sightseeing, dinner with culture show.
Day 05 : Departure to home country.

Our Services Include:
Airport pick up and transfer to hotel.
Accommodation on twin sharing basis
American / Continental breakfast
ervices of qualified local guides (English speaking or choice of your languages ) during the whole trip
Arrival / departure & all tour by AC / Non AC vehicle

Exclusions
Any kind of personal expenses such as laundry, telephone bills and alcoholic beverages
Insurance cover
Any expenses caused by reasons beyond our control such as flight delays, rescheduling or cancellations, any accidents, medical evacuations, riots, strikes, etc
Any tips to drivers, hotel staff, any meals apart from the ones mentioned above
Any flight charges
Monument entrance fee (sightseeing fee)

Book This Trip | What is Trek?