Showing posts with label Pokhara. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Pokhara. Show all posts

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Phewa Lake Is Polluted. Think About It?

Just Wander around the bank of Phewa Lake you will able to see how the lake is being polluted. 

Monday, September 18, 2017

Cycling in Rupa Tal and Begnas Tal in Loop

A fine street, cleared just in its soonest areas, takes after an edge between two lovely lakes, Rupa Tal and Begnas Tal, and afterward westwards to Besisahar. A system of trails creating in this locale can offer one or a few days' riding – enquire at Pokhara bicycle shops. An extreme route, long day, some route must carry thebike, is known as the Begnas Loop: it takes you east of Pokhara (from the Bhadrakali Mandir), along the edge street past Tiger Mountain Resort to Kalikasthan and Tiwaridanda; from here it's declining, traveling south on an unpleasant street to Kotbari and Sundari Danda, at that point back on the somewhat cleared street amongst Begnas and Rupa Tal. Traveling east of Begnas Tal, it's a 40km three-day harsh street trip through Bhorletar and Sundaari Bazaar while in transit to the cleared street at Besisahar; from that point you could head on up the new street up the Marsyangdi valley (the eastern side of the Annapurna Circuit) or come back to Pokhara (with a side outing to Bandipur).

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Biking in Sarangkot and beyond

The top viewpoint of Sarangkot makes an excellent focus for an intermediate-level day-trip or night long, and one that may be simply done without a guide. From the Bindyabasini temple within the bazaar, follow the paved road 8km westward to Sarangkot city and lodges, wherever there’s a junction: the top viewpoint is another 3km on to the right, whereas the left-hand side leads towards Naudaada. the first 10km of the Naudaada road contours pleasantly on the side of the ridge through a forest, terraced farmland and villages; at Naudaada you'll head back to Pokhara on the busy Baglung main road. A shorter, but an additional popular alternative you will love, Naudaada road at the saddle of Deurali, then descend steeply on cross-country tracks via Kaskiot to Pame, one or two of kilometers west of Pokhara on the lakeside.

Monday, September 11, 2017

Loop Biking in Phewa Tal

A short day’s travel of Phewa Tal is definitely potential, heading out on the north shore and returning via Danda Kot and also the World Peace Stupa – the last half takes you downhill on single tracks through the forest, commencing simply west of Damside. This loop can take the general public around 5 hours. An additional swashbuckling, slightly longer choice heads out across the face of the side beneath Sarangkot – however, you’ll want a guide to search out the combo of 4WD trails and single-track; the longer various would be to follow the Sarangkot ridge. to form a full day-trip, you will extend the loop south of the Peace Stupa down the Seti Nadi.

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Travel By Tourist Bus To Pokhara from Kathmandu

Pokhara the City of tourist, every traveler include Pokhara Itinerary when they are in Nepal. To visit Pokhara many travel agency offers you to travel by vehicle or by air. If you want to choose a low expensive rate, by the road is the best option for you, one can reserve the jeep or car for your comfort. But you can choose the tourist bus that leaves every morning from Kantipath road, near Thamel. If you get confused you can ask anyone or ask your hotels staffs. 
You can get a ticket early in the morning or you can book from an agency or ticket counter in Kantipath. They will charge you US$ 5 or 6 for no AC, for AC they will charge you US$ 7 to 8.
Actually, the distance between the Kathmandu and Pokhara is 210 kilometers, approximately it takes 5 to 6 hours to reach by tourist bus. The tourist bus will take you 3 pm, it is a long journey. There is local bus operates daily but I suggest not to use it.
Choose B side site of your bus, you can get a nice view on the way traveling to Pokhara of Nepal. All tourist bus always leave early in morning, 7 AM. Due to certain reasons, time may change so do not forget to ask a person once again about the details.

View of Annapurna Range

Viewing Annapurna Massif from The Tibet Section Lamjung Himal (6983 m), Annapurna II (7937 m),  Annapurna III (7555 m),  Annapurna IV ...