The Pokhara Guide has been running for 5 years now and we are very proud of the achievements. The hard work of numerous people contributed to the Pokhara Guide which in turn has led to a great impact in promoting tourism in Nepal.
There are few cities in the world that are encompassed by such remarkable natural beauty as Pokhara.
Throughout the city there are magnificent views of the Annapurna Range, which is dominated by Machhapuchhre (meaning Fishtail) due its close proximity to Pokhara.
With its many restaurants, hotels, cafés, bars and shops that now line the Lakeside strip for several kilometres, Pokhara is the perfect place to relax and re-energise after a long trek or journey.
It won’t be long though until you’re ready to get back into action as Pokhara’s huge adventure sports industry beckons you to experience the thrill of flying with the birds, rafting down wild rivers or leaping into a 70m free fall.
If a rush of adrenaline isn’t your thing then there are plenty of yoga, massage and meditation retreats to choose from or if you are interested in the rich history and culture of Nepal there are plenty of museums, medieval temples and monasteries to visit.