With early morning breakfast in the hotel, you will start exploring the beautiful city, Pokhara. Beginning with amazing boating experience in Phewa Lake, you will visit Tal Barahi temple situated in the middle of the lake and other major attractions of the city.
Tal Barahi Temple: Dedicated to goddess Varahi, an incarnation of Durga, it is a sacred site for both Hindus and Buddhists. The two-storied pagoda styled temple is made up of woods, bricks, and stone and was built by King Kulmandhan Shah based on his dream. Surrounded with waters on all sides, the temple offers alluring sights of the Phewa lake with fish feeding on the algae and wooden boats sailing in the lake.
World Peace Pagoda: Saddled in the hilltop of lakeside, world peace pagoda was built as a symbol of peace by the Nipponzan-Myōhōji organization and has a religious as well as social significance in the Nepalese society. The surrounding of the stupa offers majestic views of the Himalayas including the Annapurna, Dhaulagiri ranges, Lake Side, and the whole Pokhara city.
David's fall: The cascading waterfall of the Pokhara, David's fall offers a pleasant sight to the visitors. Although the original name of the fall was Patale Chango, the name was later changed after the tragic accident of Mrs. David. The most interesting thing about this fall is that the gushing water disappears down the tunnel leaving no mark.
Gupteshwor cave: Believed to be the longest cave in Nepal, Gupteshwor cave is a Hindu religious site dedicated to Lord Shiva. Discovered by two men's in the 16th century while clearing grass, the cave has shrines of different deities including Shiva, Parvati, Saraswati, Nageswor, and also a statue of a cow over the Shiva Lingam.
International Mountain Museum: The international mountain museum of Pokhara is a living museum inside a building that holds the history of mountaineering activities throughout the world and exhibits a typical Himalayan lifestyle together with the cultures of other indigenous tribes through different mediums.
After visiting these fascinating sites, you will join for a lunch in a local restaurant before heading back to the Hotel. You can spend the remaining time on your own, admiring the beautiful sights the city has to offer. The day ends with a pleasant dinner at the Hotel.