Fewa Lake or Fewa Taal being the second largest lake of Nepal, is one of the main
attractions and most important landmarks of Pokhara. Roughly measuring up to
1.5 km by 4 km and about 47 meters deep Fewa Taal spreads across in lustrous
grandeur with fish-tailed summit of Machhapuchhre (6,993m) rising grandly on
One of the most exciting activities of the Fewa Taal is a visit to the Barahi temple,
a two storied structure situated on an island almost in the middle of the lake. The
temple is dedicated to Goddess Barahi, a boar manifestation of Goddess Ajima,
representing the divine female force – Shakti...
Situated on top of a hill of a southern shore of Phewa lake, Peace
Pagoda is an impressive and massive Buddhist Stupa. One can
get there by rowing across the Phewa lake and by taking a short hike up the hill.
Not just its name but its vintage location...
Around 2 km south-west of Pokhara airport, on the highway to Tansen, Butwal,
lies Davis waterfall. Locally known as Patale Chhango – meaning the Hell’s Fall, it
acquired its name ‘Davis Fall’ through a modern legend that says - that a skinny
foreigner named Davis while taking a dip in the Pardi Khola...