| Duration: 6 days
|| Country: Nepal
| Max. Altitude: 2,175m/7,1,35ft.
|| Walking Per Day: 5-6 hrs
|| Grade: Easy
| Best Season: Autumn and Spring
|| Group Size: 1-20
| Mode: Hotel
|| Culture: Newar Culture, Tamang Culture, Gurung Culture, Mixed Culture
Within the span of less than a week, Pokhara Panorama Trek avails the trekkers with the ultimate combo of visiting the attractions, sightseeing, adrenaline sensation, and a quick survey of lifestyle and culture. The walk around the vast Annapurna Region of Nepal and the instantaneous reconnoitering of cultural heritages and historic pieces of evidence along with other attractions in Kathmandu and Pokhara nestled with a nestled trip to another major tourist hub of Nepal, Nagarkot; Pokhara Panorama Trek features them all within just 5 days.
Welcome to Nepal
The trek commences as you land on Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu; the only international airport in Nepal. Then onwards, you will be visiting Swoyambhunath – the monkey temple. It is one of the UNESCO World Heritage, the eye-dazzling architecture and mesmerizing location of the monument will surely blow your mind. It is just the right place to begin the trek. With planning and preparation for the real trekking experience the next day, the day is done.
The Beautiful Lake City, Pokhara
Early morning on the second day, we will head towards the beautiful lake city, Pokhara with a picturesque and exhilarating flight. Words are not sufficient to describe the immense charm of Pokhara valley, it’s just out of this world. It is the gateway to almost all the trekking in the Annapurna region. Besides, its own beauty is unexplainable which is why Pokhara is one of the prominent tourist hubs in Nepal. Various places of interest such as Phewa lake and the Barahi Temple in the middle of the lake, Davis Fall, Mahendra Cave, Bat Cave, Peace Pagoda, International Mountain Museum, and so on dwells in this beautiful city. As well as, it is one of the famous destinations for recreational activities and adventure sports like paragliding, boating, yoga, and meditation, etc.
Hike to Australian Base Camp
Walking ahead of Pokhara, we will make our way towards Australian Base Camp experimenting with nature. It will give you an experience of hiking and trekking admiring the astonishing sceneries. The day is dedicated to Mother nature, walking thru bushes, river banks, and small settlements crossing suspension bridges, and discovering the lifestyle and culture of the natives. From Australian Camp, one can sight the jaw-dropping panorama of the Annapurna Himalayas. It is one of the ideal spots for recreational activities like Yoga and Meditation as well as nature photography. Sunrise and sunsets over the top of the Himalayas from here are just beyond imagination.
Next day, as we take glimpses of sunrise from Australian camp and keep in saved in our camera and mind; we will make our way towards culturally enriched Dhampus village. Exploring the lifestyle and culture, foods and cuisine, and many more about the locals, and admiring the unbelievable sceneries, we will descend towards Pokhara via the routes of Phedi. Then take an insight into as much as places of interest you can explore in Pokhara in the time left with you. It might be a good idea to spend some good time in the lakeside celebrating and relaxing.
Kumari - the living goddess
To enjoy a bit more traveling in Nepal, we will return back to Kathmandu via drive instead of flight. Enjoying the serene beauty of nature along the way and stopping in several highlighted places, we will reach Kathmandu. In the evening, we will walk around Kathmandu Durbar Square and explore deeply about the history and culture there. Well, it is the only place in the world where exists the “Kumari – the living goddess”.
Our trip is not accomplished yet, we will be driving towards Nagarkot the next day. Nagarkot is one of the highly renowned tourism centers for both foreigners and locals. The panoramic view of mountain ranges such as Langtang and Everest along with the refreshing hills and authentic environment out of the hectic crowd is what makes it popular among visitors. It is also one of the famous spots for sunrise and sunset view sightseeing.
UNESCO World Heritage Sites
While returning back to Kathmandu from Nagarkot, we will stop to explore several UNESCO World Heritage sites including Bhaktapur Durbar Square enriched with historical pieces of evidence and hypnotic architecture, Pashupatinath Temple – one of the biggest and highly respected holy and spiritual temples in Nepal and Boudhanath Stupa – the biggest stupa in Nepal. In this way, our Pokhara Panorama Trek gets concluded and with all the memories and experiences, you will head back to your own destination.
Eligibility and Best-time
Pokhara Panorama Trek is a luxury trip which doesn’t have any boundaries with the time-frame, age, interest and so on. It is totally customizable regarding the terms of time-frame, duration and places. However, for a full and wholesome experience, we do recommend the Pokhara Panorama Trek in the months of autumn and spring. Nevertheless, the previous trekking experience is not required for this trek at all. Contact us as soon as possible and Nepal Mountain Trekkers will organize the best ever trip in your life.