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Tourism In Nepal trekkers who flock with sights set on rising the famous peaks in the world, namely to the Himalayas Mt Everest. A conventional route to Everest direct you through Kathmandu and to Sagarmatha National Park and Lukla on the eastern side of the country. Even the Annapurna Mountains sit off with their base for trekking being the city of Pokhara, to the west of Kathmandu. Pokhara is a destination in and of itself, though many travelers use Pokhara only as a leaping off point for their treks.

Either A trip or a bus journey from the capital, Pokhara is the polar opposite of Kathmandu. Here, there is traffic congestion. The air is clear and the hills are green. And though there may not be a wealth of sites that are religious that are important, Pokhara is essential to have experience for those looking for serene in Nepal.

In Order to get a dose of calmness, here are a few ideas to get the maximum out of your time in this city.

1. Take A yoga course at a few of the numerous yoga centers at the Pokhara area

Yoga Along with the art of meditation is incredibly important clinics in Nepal, and are significant in understanding the culture pieces. Meditation is key to Buddhism and Hinduism whereas yoga, that is now a global phenomenon, stems from Hinduism, Nepal religion. There are many yoga courses in the vicinity of Pokhara that provide classes to travelers wanting a casual but yoga experience that is authentic. Such a course will explore spirituality and meditation, in addition to providing yoga classes led by serious yogis. The experience may incorporate vegetarian foods, overnight accommodation, and relaxation remedies, all in a relaxing environment.

Sadhana Yoga Retreat is perched on a hill overlooking the lake also provides three and six-day sessions, as well as cleansing programs and courses. Stop by their website for more information on courses and costs. Students of all ability levels are welcome.

2. Visit Old Pokhara to get a glimpse to Nepali life outside the tourist trail

Most Their time is spent by visitors in lakeside Pokhara, an area filled with restaurants, stores, and guesthouses. However, the town is large, composed of districts and neighborhoods. A visit to the city's different areas can help give you a feel because of its people and its culture.

The Bus makes regular stops between Old and Lakeside Pokhara. Walking around the streets feels like walking through a time warp, as a few of the antique Newari buildings have never been altered in decades. Colorful banners line the streets, and store owners sit waiting for company. There are no traffic jams here. A walk around Old Pokhara makes for a wonderful way to see the Newari lifestyle as there aren't many cars and tourists.

3. Take a solo hike up to the World Peace Pagoda

Only a Short five kilometer walk uphill from lakeside sits the World Peace Pagoda. This stupa, built with a Japanese Buddhist monk, is meant to serve among all people. The Pagoda's place offers a panoramic view of Pokhara below, as well as a glimpse of the Annapurna range though it's hardly visible from town. There are a couple different trails to pick from that lead up the mountain, all which take you through the forest along the lake.

This Lift is not to be overlooked as the view on a clear day is nearly as religious as the pagoda itself. The walk is mild but does get you far enough from the city.

4. Try out Tibetan Restaurants nearby Lakeside

There Are restaurants to select from in Pokhara -- a few international, some Nepali, offering a choice of food. Mixed in with the Nepali pizza that is omnipresent, Indian, Mexican, and eateries, there are a handful of Tibetan restaurants. It is possible to locate these scattered across the northeast road, usually decorated minimally with just several tables. Each is run later escaping from tyranny in Tibet by Tibetan refugee families, that are proud of their cuisine and their heritage. On the menus, you'll find the Nepali staples such as momos, dal bhat, and Nepali set meals, but you can also indulge in a bowl of Tibetan Thugpa soup or bread, a crispy flat donut.

Not The families that run these tiny haunts are warm and welcoming, although Just is the food to get a traveler. The Potala Restaurant, my favorite blossom option, welcomed us every morning with smiles. After ordering our meals, we would play games together with the owner's son while we waited. I found comfort in the unspoken knowing nods exchanged between the proprietor and I we returned to encourage their family Although few words have been exchanged between us because of the language barrier.

5. Require A public vessel trip out Barahi Temple, which floats in the center of Phewa Lake

A trip on Phewa Lake is essential for a visit to Pokhara. The temple sits on a little island just a few minutes' boat ride from the shore, which makes it a leading destination for both locals and tourists. You may either pile on a for only a minimal fee or hire your kayak in the dock. Along with visiting the 2-story pagoda, the stunning views of the mountains and the expansive lake from the island are stunning.

6. Looking for a little experience? Pokhara does that also.

From The very top of Sarangkot mountain, you can see across Phewa Lake to the Peace Pagoda into the Annapurnas, and down through the valley to Pokhara. With views there'll always be somebody ready to paraglide off the face of the mountain -- and most have. It is now such a favorite activity that now there are a plethora of tour companies willing to direct you on a hang-gliding or even paragliding flight off the mountain. As the mountains are inclined by 17, make certain to reserve your trip for early morning.

Still not sufficient for your adventure check out things to do in Pokhara.

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