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Mountain Biking Tour

Mountain biking tour through the green lush hill will take you to the Gurung Village where you can enjoy with a typical Gurung’s special dishes and experience the culture and tradition of Gurung.

Yoga / Meditation

Take a Yoga or Meditation at our rooftop where the constant sound of winds from the Himalayas soothes your senses and give you an absolutely exhilarating experience!

Benefits of yoga by the Himalayas

The Himalayas have been an abode for yogis for thousands of years, and a meditative session besides the mighty snowscape of the Annapurna Himalayas is sure to relax both your mind and body from all the stress and anxieties of urban life.

Yoga is proven to enhance creativeness, flexibility, and muscle strength, and alongside helps in balancing your metabolism and effectively lose weight. Beside the Himalayas, our scenic views are sure to make your yoga sessions all the more revitalizing.

4 Benefits of Early Morning Meditation

Meditation is an amazing relaxation tool. Apart fromcalming the mind, easing anxitey and stress it also heals and soothes our body.It is said that meditation trains the mind and body to listen to our soul, allows spiritual growth. Meditation and Yoga heads side by side when it comes to health benefits and here are 5 benefits of practicing them in the morning.

Morning is the most peaceful time for meditation

The time the sun rises from its horizon is a quite time when the world hasn't started to move with its daily hustle. Meditation becomes easier in this time. The mind is clear of thoughts which makes it easier for you to concentrate. There are abundance of spiritual and healing energy around this time of the day.

Meditation is at its most powerful 

Our mind and body are already relaxed first thing in the morning from sleep. We have less stress and our mind is clear through the spiritual walk we take in our dreams. Meditation in the early morning helps us remember these spiritual awakening times clearly.

Morning meditation builds our confidence and focus

Morning meditation gives us the positive reinforcement important for our daily mood. We can see ourselves enjoying and having a smooth day. This is because morning meditation boosts our confidence by reassuring us that we are ready for the day and whatever challenges it holds for us. We will see ourselves not fighting but solving and succeeding with ease.

Morning meditation builds creativity

The brief moment between sleep and waking up is a very special time for imagination. Meditating at this time brings back dreams as visions and we can allow our imaginations to run wild. We get to choose how we want things to go in this lucid dream, meditation at this point takes you back to sleep in order for you to experience your imagination, rekindling your inner storyteller.

Terms & Conditions:

  • Slots are subject to availability and need to be pre-booked.
  • Please refer to the price list for rates or please contact the Front Desk.
  • This program will be offered to all customers(hotel guests and visitors).

Ayurveda Massage & Spa

A retreat for wellness and rejuvenation seekers, spa experiences at Himalaya are both pleasing and unforgettable. A blissfully rhythmic body massage is highly recommended for: anti-aging, skin nourishing, vitality, detox and body pain. 

Benefits of Ayurvedic Oil Massage

Ayurvedic oil massage has several benefits. It pacifies kapha and vata, increases stamina, relieves fatigue and nourishes all the body parts. It strengthens the immune system and restores balance and well-being of the person. It is done for healthy people in order to maintain the health status and for people with health conditions in order to uproot the disease. 

Modern life stress, environmental pollutants, and poor lifestyle choices create a toxic weight in our bodies that— if left in the tissues (dhatus), doshas, and bloodstream over the period of time — create health issues.  The goal of Ayurvedic oil massage is to detoxify our body from the deep-rooted stress and illness-causing toxins.

Here are some benefits of Ayurvedic oil massage:

  • Ayurvedic massage utilizes gentle muscle and joint treatment techniques that help improve range of movement and flexibility in joint.
  • It increases blood circulation, especially in the nerve ending.
  • With regular oil massage, your skin will look moisturized, lustrous and supple.
  • Another benefit of ayurvedic oil massage is that it strengthens and tones the
  • It also helps to calm nervous system and mind. With regular oil massage, one will feel rested, calm, and alert and focused.

Terms & Conditions:

  • Massage & Spa sessions need to be pre-booked.
  • Slots are subject to availability.
  • It will be offered to all the customers (hotel guests and visitors).

Tea by the Himalaya

Hotel Annapurna View, located on a hilltop is a perfect place to witness the grandeur of the Himalayas having a warm cuppa. We can arrange your tea setup either at pre-dawn with the first rays of the sun on the Annapurnas or in the evening where you can watch the golden sun sink into the horizon.

Best 5 Herbal teas and their Benefits:

 

Tea is possibly the oldest beverage known to mankind. Originated in China the original purpose of tea was medicinal. With the growing craze for coffee people may have forgotten the uses of tea, but tea definitely is the best alternative to coffee being caffeine free.

Herbal teas protect our bodies from much-needed hydration. They also help fight against infections and nausea. Here is a list of 5 best herbal teas that you should learn about:

Lemon Grass Tea

This is prepared using lemongrass plant. Having the component ‘Citral’ present, it helps to digest our food. Lemon Grass tea is best have after dinner.

Green Tea

Green tea is one of the most widely known and consumed herbal tea. Green tea is high in antioxidants that boost metabolism and fight against aging. This is considered one of the fat burning super foods. It also has wonderful cancer fighting properties. Green tea is great energizer so starting off your day with a cup of green tea would definitely help you keep that weight under control.

Ginger Tea

Ginger tea is an easy made tea to help you relive from indigestion or nausea. The antioxidant properties in ginger help reducing any inflammation in body and build up the immune system. It also has the ability to kill the cancer cells and prevent ovarian cancer.

Cardamom Tea

Cardamoms are known to detoxify the body. They cleanse and remove all the waste from the body through kidneys. Ayurvedic practitioners firmly believe that the Cardamom tea is a perfect way to fight depression

Chamomile Tea.

Chamomile tea comes baring many health benefits. This is best known to relax our nerves and help promote restful sleep. This relieves muscle spasms and menstrual cramps in women. Chamomile tea is also best to help relieve back pain, treat cold and anxiety.

 Terms & Conditions:

  • This special activity requires pre-booking.
  • This activity is subject to weather conditions.

Nepali Kitchen

Our Experience Chefs are always ready to give cooking classes to those who want to learn how to prepare popular Nepali food. We have set this so our guests can recreate any Nepali dish they wish to learn.
 

The Traditional Nepali Thali

The Nepali thali is a round platter consisting of a range of delicacies that have originated of various cuisines that root up upon ethnicity, climate and cultural diversity of Nepal. A traditional Nepali cuisine is locally known as ‘Dal-bhat-tarkari’ which typically means soup, rice and vegetables. Here's a list of food items that you can expect while ordering a typical Nepali thali.

Rice / Dhido

Plain white rice is the major aspect of the Nepali cuisine. However, sometimes this might be substituted when asked for by Dhido. Dhido—made up of corn or millet flour—is the most popular food in the rural areas of Nepal. This simple flour pudding could be substituted for rice in a traditional Nepali set.

Dal (Lentil Soup)

Dal is a soup made of lentils and spices, another major facet of the Nepali cuisine as it is high in protein.

Saag (Spinach)

You can always expect spinach as part of the Nepali side dish. A traditional Nepali cuisine is well presented with scrumptious fresh spinach which will make even those who don’t prefer spinach fall in love with it.

Piro Aalu (Spicy Potato)

Potato is definitely every Nepali’s favorite vegetable considering the variety of methods of making it, so it’s highly likely it would be included in the cuisine. Usually boiled then fried along with many spices this is the dish to mix along with the Dal and rice.

Masu (Meat Curry)

The meat item varies along the taste of its consumers. A traditional Nepali thali set offers chicken, mutton or buffalo meat along with tasteful stew. This however can be completely left out if you are a vegan or vegetarian.

Achaar (Pickles)

Numerous pickles can be found around Nepal according to the climate and geographical cultures. Pickles are essential in every Nepali meal however two of the most common pickle used in a traditional Nepali cuisine are ‘mula ko achar’ (radish pickle) and ‘gundruk’ (Dried and fermented spinach).


Terms & Conditions:
  • Cooking classes will need to be pre-booked.
  • Slots are subject to availability.

A Special Date

Thinking of celebrating your anniversary, birthdays or any special occasion with your loved one? You can do so in a fabulous setting here at Hotel Annapurna View whereas private outdoor dinner will be set up by the garden overlooking the Himalayas with a Chef and Butler in attendance. What else do you need?

Poolside Romantic Date Ideas:

A pool side romantic dinner date on your anniversary will never get out of style. So treat your beloved this anniversary with her/his favorite dinner accompanied with some fine wine of choice. Put on some music that brings back sweet memory while you relax next to pool with a chill breeze.

If not dinner, then how about surprising your loved one with a scrumptious breakfast that would surely excite their taste buds. Some fresh fruits and smoothie complemented with our chef’s special pancakes would be enough to start just about anyone’s day. After the breakfast, you and your special someone could even dive in for a swim.

A mid day brunch for two is just as romantic beside the pool. A seafood delight accompanied by sweet white wine would be a perfect duo for two. If not sea food, you could replace it by pasta of your choice, because at the end of the day it’s the memory you’ve created that will matter the most; a wise food choice is just a bonus.

 
Terms & Conditions:
  • This special activity requires pre-booking.
  • This activity is subject to weather conditions since it involves an outdoor setup.
  • Prices will depending on the arrangement.

Hiking to Kaskikot Palace

Kaskikot is located in Annapurna massif, just across Sarangkot, is on the trekking route to the Annapurna region. A mountainside ridge at an altitude of 1,788 meters, Kaskikot provides panoramic Himalayan views. On the northern side of Kaskikot, Dhaulagiri and Annapurna mountain ranges are clearly visible on the same side. To the east, the village overlooks the city of Pokhara across Fewa Lake.
The ruins of the old palace of the rulers of Kaski still exist in the ward. The historical kingdom was an early homeland of the Shah dynasty. Kulmandan Shah was one of the rulers who established his kingdom in west Nepal. His descendant Drabya Shah was the first to establish Gorkha, the source of the legendary Gorkha warriors.
 

5 things to pack for a trek

1 Comfort is the key

Starting from your cap to your shoes, you must completely be ready for a trek. The quality, comfort, and protection offered by a good pair of trekking shoes outweigh any other trekking or hiking gear you may have ever purchased. Along with that, you need good warm trekking socks and a pair of flip-flop.

2 Medicines and Sanitation

Chances are that you might not find immediate medical support when trekking. It is important to carry the basic medication, for example, band-aids, aspirin, stomach and other basic antibiotics, anti-flu tablets and rehydration powders. Along with these, you may need to pack some cotton, sterilized gauge and antiseptic lotion as well as water. Another essential pack must include sanitation materials; toilet paper, hand sanitizer, sanitary napkins and a small towel.

3 skin protection

Skin protection is crucially important while going for treks. Bring the highest SPF sunscreen you can find and wear a hat at all times. The sun's rays are exceptionally powerful at altitude and you'll find yourself especially exposed when there isn't a cloud in the sky.

4 Snacks and Water

One thing you must remember to cross out from your list is snacks and drinks that bloat you, are heavy and too sweet. Chips, Carbonated drinks, sugary crackers are some of the food to exclude from the list. However, you would want to take a small stash combination of Snickers bars, granola/power bars, a jar of peanut butter and crackers. You'll want a little bit of both salty and sweet foods.

5 Gadgets

Maps and compass have been replaced by the modern technology of cell phones and tablets so it is essential to carry your gadgets along with extra battery pack because you do not want to get lost. Make sure before leaving you to have a 100% charge in your gadgets as it is highly likely not to find places to charge so a portable power bank would be helpful.


Terms & Conditions:
  • Transfers will be included in the rate.
  • The average duration of this excursion is about 3-4 hours.
  • This activity is subject to weather conditions.

Himalayan Sunrise with Breakfast

Sarangkot is the best point for sunrise and its reflection on Himalayas. We offer transportation service from Pokhara city and back including Breakfast. Please enjoy our buffet breakfast. 
 
Terms & Conditions:
  • Please refer to the price list for rates or please contact our Front Desk.
  • Transfers will be included in the rate and the meal is buffet.
  • This activity is subject to weather conditions.

Quiet Sunset with Dinner

Please see the sunset of a quiet and majestic Himalayas. You may feel the existence of God when you see the peak of the Himalayas turning crimson during sunset. After watching the sunset enjoy the special meal offered by our Chef.

Terms & Conditions:
  • Please refer to the price list for rates or contact our Front Desk.
  • Transfers will be included in the rate.
  • This activity is subject to weather conditions.

Helicopter Excursion to Himalayas

Ever dreamt of witnessing the iconic Himalayas up close? We can make your dreams come true because you can take an exclusive flight to the Himalayas from Annapurna View and visit places like the Annapurna Base Camp, Lo Manthang, Muktinath or Ghorepani to name just a few.
 
Terms & Conditions:
  • This special activity requires pre-booking.
  • Please contact our Concierge Desk for detalis.
  • This activity is subject to weather conditions.

Excursions to Nearby Places of Interest

Pokhara has plenty of sightseeing spots. We can arrange a trip for you to the place of your liking. An English speaking guide can be arranged to accompany you.
  • Bindhyabasini Temple
  • Bhadrakali Temple
  • Phewa Lake and Tal Barahi Temple
  • Mountain Museum
  • Davi's Fall
  • Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave
  • Mahendra Cave
  • Peace Pagoda
  • Matepani Gumba
 
Terms & Conditions:
  • This activity requires pre-booking.
  • And subject to weather conditions.

Paragliding & Ultra Flight

Paragliding and Ultra Flight is the recreational and competitive adventure sport of flying. Paragliding in the Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal is probably the best destinations for the paragliding and ultra flight lovers all over the world. Experience the amazing beauty of Pokhara valley while you fly over villages, temples, lakes and jungles.
 
Terms & Conditions:
  • This special activity requires pre-booking.
  • Please contact the our Front Desk for the rate.
  • This activity is subject to weather conditions.

Zip flyer & Bungee

Dangle 600 meters in thin air while roaring forward at 140 km per hour 1.8km long! The world’s tallest and longest zip-line! Nepal now offers the rush of extreme zip lining, the first of kind in the whole of Asia. Zip flying in Nepal is not just another zip-line; it is the world’s longest, steepest and fastest zip-line to give you the ultimate adventure experience.
 
Terms & Conditions:
  • This special activity requires pre-booking.
  • Please contact the Front Desk for the rate.
  • This activity is subject to weather conditions.

Quiet Boating at Begnas Lake

Begnas Lake is a freshwater Lake in Pokhara, located in the east of the Pokhara Valley. The lake is the second largest, after Fewa Lake among the eight lakes in Pokhara Valley. We will offer transport service from Sarangkot to Begnas Lake. After 25 minute boat ride from Begnas lake boat station, we will reach the restaurant for the lunch place. Please enjoy seeing the mountain and enjoying local fresh fish meals.
 
Terms & Conditions:
  • This special activity requires pre-booking.
  • This activity is subject to weather conditions.

5 Fascinating Facts about the Annapurna Region

The jewel of our crown at Sarangkot may be the pristine panoramic snowscape of the Annapurna Himalayas, but we don't want the enchanting vistas to be the only thing that you take back with you. While many visitors venture off to explore and trek the Annapurna Region, we have made things easy by highlighting the most interesting facts about this mighty mountain range that greets you every morning from windows of Hotel Annapurna View.

 

Most Trailed route and busiest mountain trail

 

The Annapurna Region trek, also known as the Annapurna Circuit, which extends to a length of about 100 to 145 miles long, is the most popular and widely trailed routes. The demanding, yet enjoyable route requires one to skirt through the pristine Manang and Kali Gandaki Valleys, and the arduous Thorong La pass (5416 metres).

 

First peak to be scaled

 

The tenth highest mountain in the world, Annapurna 1—the highest point—was the first 8000-metre peak to be climbed. The peak was first ascended by a French expedition led by Maurice Herzog and Louis Lachenal on July 3, 1950. However, after their successful ascension, both Herzog and Lachenal suffered a lethal frostbite on their feet, and Herzog on his hands after losing his gloves; this lead to the expedition doctor to be forced to amputate their fingers and toes without anaesthetic.

In addition to being the first of the world’s high peaks to be scaled, Annapurna 1 is also the first peak to be ascended without supplemental oxygen.

Deepest gorge

The Annapurna region is also home to the world’s deepest gorge—the Kali Gandaki Gorge—which 5571 metres lower than Annapurna 1, to which it is bound at one point. The gorge separates two major Himalayan peaks—Annapurna (8091 metre) and Dhaulagiri (8167).

The upper part of the gorge is also home to an indigenous Thakali community and is known as Thak Khola.

Highest Lake

The Tilicho Lake in of the Annapurna Range, situated at an altitude of 4949 metres, is the world’s highest lake of its size. The lake is the destination of one of the most popular side hikes from the Annapurna Circuit Trek.

The picturesque lake sits in the lap of dry landscapes with verdant subtropical flora, and overlooks Khangsar, Muktinath, Nilgiri and Tilicho peaks; the lake provides some of the best mountain vistas.

 Along with being the world’s highest lake, Tilicho Lake was also the site to one of the highest altitude scuba dives conducted in 2000 by a Russian diving team consisting of Andrei Andryushin, Denis Bakin, and Maxim Gresko.

 

First and Largest protected area

 

The Annapurna Conservation Area is Nepal’s first and largest conservation area with a size of 7629 square kilometres covering four districts. The area covers verdant valleys, lofty gorges, quaint villages and bustling cities. The climate in the region varies from subalpine to alpine, and thus the area is home to a variety of flora and fauna.

5 Things to do in Pokhara

A thirty minute drive from Hotel Annapurna View, Sarangkot, Pokhara city is abundant of majestic landmarks, religious sites, museums and chic cafes and restaurants. Pokhara has something to offer for everyone. Here’s a list of the top five things, one should make a point of doing during your visit to this vibrant city.

Visit majestic shrines

Pokhara city is also dotted with numerous religious sites, the Bindabasini, Tal Barahi, and the World Peace Stupa being the most prominent ones. The World Peace Stupa or the Shanti Stupa is a majestic white stupa located atop the Raniban hill, which is on the opposite side from Pokhara lakeside. Though the site is accessible to automobiles, many visitors enjoy taking a thirty minute hike to reach the shrine.

Explore the caves

Although small, Pokhara is home to two of Nepal’s most popular natural caves: the Mahendra Gufa and the Bat Cave. The dark, spooky bat cave the abode of hundreds of horseshoe bats, whose chirping sound spreads through the tunnel. Named in honour of the former king Mahendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev, the cave was discovered in late 1950 by the young shepherds of Pokhara. The passageways of the dark cave are continuously dripping with water, and being a limestone cave, the stones also fall on the ground to form electric sparks.

Tour the museums

Pokhara is home to various museums. It houses one of the most beautiful museums in Nepal, 'International Mountain Museum'. International mountain museum gives you the opportunity to see historical documents, records and chronicles of mountaineering. Besides International Mountain Museum, you can also visit Gurkha Museum. Gurkha Museum was established in 2005 in order to commemorate the death of hardworking Gurkha soldiers. The Gurkha army is known for its hard training and bravery. The museum shows many interesting stories, photos, uniforms and medals which can be found at Pardi. There are also other interesting museums such as Pokhara museum where you can see ethnic mosaic, history and lifestyles of the diverse cultures in Ethnic Nepal and Annapurna Regional Museum that shows a large collection of butterflies, insects, birds and wildlife living in the Annapurna area.

Visit the enchanting Davis Falls

Davis falls also known as Devi's Falls is a waterfall located at Pokhara. It is a popular attraction for tourists and locals. Thousands of Nepalis visit this site for recreation and enjoyment. At Davis Falls, you can try your luck by throwing and placing the coin on the statue of God constructed on the Luck pond. The water forms an underground tunnel after reaching the bottom. The tunnel is about 500 feet long and runs 100 feet below ground level.

Stroll about the Lakeside promenade

Pokhara city’s resort enclave, Lakeside is home to numerous restaurants, Cafe, stores and nightclubs. Not to mention, all the outlets in this street overlook the calm waters of the Phewa Tal. In addition to walking, one may also wander through the lakefront by renting a cycle, or view the area by renting a boat. One can easily take a thirty-minute cab ride from Sarangkot to reach this bustling locale. It is the go-to destination for guests wishing to get an urbane vibe for a change.

Shop for Souvenirs in Pokhara

Nepal has so much to offer, and while during your stay in Nepal’s most beautiful city we don’t want the memories of the majestic landmarks and pristine natural beauty to be the only thing you take back with you. The city offers its visitors a range of souvenirs both you and your loved ones back home. We have listed out some of the most sought-after souvenirs so that you can take the best of Nepal back with you.

THANGKA           

Thangkas are Tibetan Buddhist paintings delineated on cotton, silk applique or human skin, which usually portrays a deity, scene or mandala. Many tourists visit Nepal to simply catch a sight of these beautiful, intricate paintings. Based on its size, the Thangka painting embroidery could take about six to eighteen month alone to complete. If you have always wanted to fill the vacuity in the walls of your residence, then Thangkas will surely prove to be a great piece of décor.

  

KHUKURI

Nepal’s traditional weapon, the Khukuri is seen as a symbol of heraldry in Nepal, and the famous, fearsome Gurkha fighters still carry a khukuri with them to face situations where their guns fail them. The sharp and decisive machete-like blade comes with two smaller utility knives and a sheath. Though there are regulations to the size of Khukuri you can take back with you, it has an interesting item to gift someone or place on your mantle. There is also a handful of online stores that will gladly have your khukuri shipped to your home country.

 

PASHMINA

Made from the wool of the Pashmina goats (Changthangi) of the Himalayas, the fibres are drawn are used to make a number of garments, which is not only warm but also equally soft and light. If taken proper care of, pashmina apparel could last you for decades, making it a great investment to your wardrobe. Whether it is a stole, sweater or poncho, a pashmina will never go out of style. Being very light, a pashmina garment won’t take up much space in your luggage.

 

SINGING BOWLS

Travellers who took the Silk Route brought the age-old therapeutic tool of singing bowls to Nepal, and these bowls are quite popular in regions across South and East Asia. Also known as the Himalayan Bowl, Healing Bowl or Tibetan Bowl, the singing bowl is made from a mixture of seven different metals that stand for the seven celestial bodies. The bowls come various shapes and sizes and produce vibrations that are said have many health benefits and is also said to protect the person from the evil aura. Coming in smaller sizes as well, these archaic bowls are easy to pack, and is a souvenir that would be a great addition to your house.

 

WOOD CARVINGS

Woodcarving is an ancient Newari craft that is not only aesthetic with its intricate designs but also holds a great significance in the Nepali culture. It is believed that the woodcarving works were the earliest medium to understand and interpret history, because of the natural ageing of wood. The skillful hands of the woodcarvers of Nepal still have so many stories to tell through their detailed designs, and their work isn’t only for one to descry to. You could also by small pieces of woodcarving to take back with you as a souvenir.

 

 

 

Useful Nepali Apps

Getting about in a new place can prove to be quite a hassle, especially in Nepal, where there is so much to do and see. If we have things easier for you by listing out some of the popular apps sought after by tourists visiting Nepal.

Welcome Nepal

Nepal Tourism Board’s very own app, this app gives you insight on just out all the popular tourist destinations dotted across the country. Alongside, the app also gives you travel essentials and the contact information of important agencies in and out of Nepal

 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ntb.welcomenepal

nLocate

This simple app gives you information on business and establishment around your locale. Whether it's the nearest ATM, hospital or bank, this app gives you all the necessary information about the place, making it easier for tourists visiting for a longer period of time.

 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nepways.nlocate

 

 

Nepal Flights

Nepal Flights allows you to conveniently search and book domestic flights across Nepal, without needing to visit a travel agent. The app gives you a range of choices and the prices for each flight. 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.trasync.flights

Trekking in Nepal

Though the Internet is filled with sites that provide you with trekking information, all this in the convenience of an app makes it all the better. In addition to giving travellers relevant trekking information, the app lets you recommend places and things for others to choose from. Features like Deviation Alert, Avalanche and Rock Fall Alert, and Climb Alert have also been added to make it easier for trekkers to plan their journeys.

 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.trekkinginnepal.app

Adventure Sports to Try in Pokhara

Pokhara is well known for its serene and light hearted atmosphere. In the recent years however Pokhara is gaining fame for being the paradise for adventure sports. Whether it be viewing the city from air, taking a walk through the trails of Sarangkot or sliding through the air between two hills, Pokhara has them all stored for your  next trip. Here are few of the many adventure sports you can try while your stay at Pokhara.

Paragliding

Flying like a bird and witnessing scenes from bird’s eye view is everyone’s dream. Paragliding in Pokhara brings to you a one of a kind experience making this dream come to reality. With a view of the city and the ever-famous Fewa lake Paragliding in Pokhara is truly a once in a lifetime experience.

Bungee Jumping

Pokhara holds world’s highest water touch Bungee. This bungee is made from a tower 80 meters tall from where you dive to the pond. This thrilling adventure sport is gaining even more popularity in the recent years especially among the youth population. So book your bungee experience now if you are in for the thrill.

Hot Air Balloning

When flying over the himalaya, you are left in awe of the sheer magnitude of the mountain chain and its incredible beauty. No matter the nature of occasion, a hot air balloon ride is the perfect way to experience something truly magical. 

Hike / Trek around Pokhara

There are numerous hiking and trekking trails around Pokhara. Whether you are into quick hikes or long treks, there are enough trails to excite you. For short hikes you can choose over walking from the base near Fewa lake till the Peace Stupa or even walk till the top of Sarangkot to get an amazing view of the city and nearby villages. If you want to make longer treks then there is Australian camp, Dhampus trek Pokhara can also be a start for your Annapurna Base Camp trek.

Mountain Biking

As you walk around lakeside, Pokhara you will notice there are a number of bike stores that lets you even hire bikes. Pokhara is a wonderland to every bike enthusiast. Go on an evening ride around lakeside or go for a wild mountain biking experience, the fun is unlimited. Pokhara holds many biking trails for you to choose from to give you the best experience ever.

Rafting

Home to the high current flowing Seti river, there is no way we could have missed out the exhilarating water sport; Rafting. Only 30 minutes from lakeside experience the chilling water sport on the lap of the mountain ranges. This team sport is thoroughly enjoyed and loved by all who try, so make sure not to miss this out during your near visit to Pokhara.

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