If you want to travel in Pokhara all by yourself, go ahead. Once you land in Pokhara or get there by a vehicle, you will be transported to a place where nature flaunts its beauty.

This means you can just move with the crowd and see where it takes you. What you want to experience is up to you. From rafting to bungee jumping and paragliding to just soaking the scenery, you will have plenty of options.

There are plenty of places to visit – Phewa lake, Annapurna Circuit, Shanti Stupa, International Museum, Tal Barahi Temple, Sarangkot, Begnas Lake, Gopteshwar Mandir, Seti River Gorge, Ghorepani Hill to David’s Fall.

Image of lake in Pokhara
Pokhara, my friend

But, if you are someone, who is quite planned and want to make the most out of the two days available then choose Sarangkot Australian Camp Dhampus Trek.

The Australian Camp is a village known for the spectacular sunrise and sunset. You should be able to see spectacular views of Annapurna range and Machhapuchhre.

Image of Pokhara
That’s Pokhara

From the Australian Camp you will be walking to Dhampus village, and your trek ends when you reach Phedi. From Phedi, you can get back to Pokhara.


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