Trip No. SR163
Max. Altitude: 1935m
Pokhara an enchanting city nestled in the tranquil valley (827m), is the starting point for many of Nepal's most popular trekking and rafting destinations. The serenity of phewa lake and the magni-ficence of the fish-tail summit of Machhapuchre rising behind it create an ambience of peace and magic. The valley surrounding Pokhara is home to thick forests, gushing rivrs, clear lakes and the world famous views of the Himalaya.
Pokhara is connected by air as well as by road from Kathmandu and Bhairawa, a border town near Lumbuni, Buddha's birthplace. Pokhara lies in the central part of Nepal. This is one of the major towns of Nepal that provides a real escape and a perfect getaway from the chaotic life of the city. It is situated 200km west of Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. Exploretion of this lovely place ismade easier by its accessible location. The first airport linking Pokhara with Kathmandu was built in 1951 long before it was connected by motorable road. It was only in 1968 when the first motorable road connected it with Kathmandu.
Other outlying places popular with the enthusiasts are further mountain bike trips are those extending from:
a) Lakeside Pokhara up and along the ridge to Sarangkot point and continuing on to Naudanda from where you could take in the breath taking close up view of the Himalayas and the Pokhara valley.
b) Naudanda to Pokhara through Lumle, Beni and Birethanti, or Naudanda to Pokhara (32 km) either via Sarankot trail described in d) or the highway track, which starts with a tortuous 6 km descent into Modi Khola valley.
c) Naubise to Royal Chitwan Park along the Rajpath through such scenic place as the Palung Valley, Daman and the not so scenic industrial town of Hetauda in the plains.
d) Hetauda to Mugling by way of Narayanghat.
e) Pokhara to Lumbini and Chitwan through Palpa Tansen, the highway track, which starts with a tortuous few km descent into Lumbini valley.
There are many more options if you are willing to take the time to find out and blaze your own trail. We also offers bike tours through the rich cultural and incredibly diverse terrain of the Nepal Himalaya.Our experienced Nepalese guides ensure trips are safe, and are sensitive to the environment and local cultures.
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