Take to the Skies

Pokhara has attracted many awestruck visitors, while marveling on the natural beauty for many years. Introduction of aerial activities in recent years have given visitors a chance to see it all from high up above. With the number of aerial and adventure activities, the beautiful lake city of Pokhara can also be named as an adventure capital of Nepal. Here are some of the aerial activities to try out whilst in the city.

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Fantastic Far-west

The region can be termed a treasure trove of tourism attractions ranging from snow-capped peaks, far-flung villages, serene lakes, lush green pasturelands, fast-flowing rivers, great religious and cultural diversity, and different species of flora and fauna. These attractions are yet to be exploited for tourism purpose as the region was not easily accessible in the past.

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The Essence of Bhadgaon

The charm of Bhaktapur, also know as Bhadgaon, lies in its winding streets full of rich display of art and crafts in the form of pottery, paintings, wood crafts and metal crafts. The laid back feel to the place with locals gathering for chats is what allure the tourists too. The place is filled with Hindu and Buddhist religious sites and art with 19 Buddhist monasteries (Vihars), tantric wood-carved windows, and prayer wheels, among others.

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Conquering Kanjerawa

Kanjerawa is locally known as Gangchhenralwa Himal. Gangchhen means a big mountain, while Ralwa means horse’s mane in local dialect. The mountain resembles a horse’s neck with mane. The mountain, which sits on the right side of the Phoksundo Lake, is the second tallest peak in Dolpa. Though many attempts have been made to climb the mountain, there is no evidence of any climber making it to the top.

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CHALO NEPAL

Nepal’s pleasant climate could be a great respite for Indian visitors living in scorching heat. Being a neighboring country, and having common religious and cultural values, Indians probably would be encouraged by the campaign’s name itself.

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