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Pokhara in Nepal- The greatest photo destination of the world

A chinese bride poses for her Pre Wedding Photoshoot in Phewa lake, Pokhara

Pokhara (Nepal), April 23 (UITV): Pokhara is leading adventure and leisure city of Nepal, a trekking gateway to the Annapurna's with variety of entertainment for single travellers as well as families with kids.
In Pokhara you can experience the foremost in trekking, boating, hiking, pony rides, paragliding or simply relax at one of the lakes near the city with the exception Annapurna mountain range at the background.
Pokhara will stir you with one of the greatest photo spots in the world. While you walk along the shores of the Fewa lake you will be surrounded by a panoramical view over the Himalayan peaks of the Annapurna Massif that reflect in this lake. A beautiful color merger that's created by the wooden boats and paragliders that are sailing, flying and rowing over the lake is probably going to be one of the highlights of your travel experience in Nepal.

Trekking in the Annapurna from Pokhara

Pokhara is reknowned as a starting point for various trekking trail and expeditions in the Annapurna . Most of the hikers and trekkers for Annapurna and Ghandruk, respectively, build Pokhara as their first stop, or as relaxing station before they head out for serious walking.
So, one might get pleasure from yachting and reading books observing the serenity of the nature, or enjoy a couple of drinks, either in local restaurants or at a blues bar, or can simply enjoy sightseeing or cycling around the city.
There are lots of memento outlets within the market section of town. Pokhara produces a number of the best handicrafts within the country.
There are many activities to do in the city like, short hike to Sarangkot is highly recommended, which offers the splendid sight of the sunset, sunrise, and of the whole city beneath. Davis Waterfall, a sublime waterfall in the city is another expedition not to be missed.
Pokhara has conjointly evolved as an journey destination within the last decade, offering complete from ultralight flying to paragliding, and from skydiving and ziplining to bungee jumping, Pokhara is a complete holiday package for a perfect vacation.

BUTTERFLY WATCHING

Nepal offers phenomenal destinations to view Great Orange Tips, Purple Sapphire Circles, Oakblues or common Brimstones.
Butterflies are stunning colourful creatures and that they are studied in Kingdom of Nepal for over a hundred and fifty years. In the early days of the British rule,the British residents and their subordinates took sizeable interest in butterflies and managed to collect quite a number of species which they diligently studied and classified.
After 1950, it was the Japanese who took specific interest in collecting butterfly species through scientific expeditions. This later resulted in the formation by Tribhuvan University of the Natural History Museum at Swayambhu in 1974.
According to official records, Kingdom of Nepal has 651 species of butterflies that is three.72 percent of the world's butterflies.
Favored by Kathmandu Valley’s mild day time temperatures which floats around 18ºC in mid-winter, there are butterflies all year round. The top seasons for butterfly watching are late March/April, mid May/mid June and late August/September.
The forested areas in the natural depression are still outstanding places for butterflies, and they include open country near Chobar gorge and there is very minimal activity except for the very usual Oriental species.
With the distribution of butterflies in Kingdom of Nepal being quite specific, about 10 percent of the butterflies are Palaearctic species found at above 3,000 m, and about 90 percent Oriental species are found around Swayambhu, the base of the hills and forest streams at Godavari, Nagarjun, Budhanilkantha and Sundarijal.
The wooded hilltops of Phulchowki, Jamachowk and Shivapuri, and the open scrubby bush areas of Nagarkot, Suryavinayak and Chandragiri are favoured areas for butterfly watching.

SKY DIVING IN NEPAL

For Skydiving enthusiast include Nepal into your bucket list. Nepal currently offers skydiving choices with 360 degree read of the chain of mountains.
Emerging as utmost towering adventure, Everest skydiving is one of the most unique experiences in the world. Skydiving is completed from a plane or a chopper onto the world’s highest dropping zone at Gorak Shep, Kala Patthar. The skydiving takes place in front of Mt. Everest (8,848 m), and the free fall takes place past a number of the world’s highest mountain peaks.
For those who want to keep it less acute try it at Pokhara, next to the mighty Annapurnas and the Fewa Lake below. Experienced pilots with parachuting ratings man the aircraft, so safety is guaranteed. Skydiving are often either a solo jump or in cycle.

BIRD WATCHING
Take your natural experience in Nepal to an entirely new level by going bird watching in Nepal. The country and specially the Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve in the eastern Terai is a bird watcher’s paradise. More than 850 species of birds are found in Nepal, and a surprisingly a large number of these birds can be spotted in and around the Kathmandu Valley alone. The hills round the vale particularly Nagarjun, Godavari and Phulchowki are popular bird watching areas and the Taudaha Lake on the way to Dakshinkali is mythical for watching migratory water fowl during the winter months.
In the higher chain of mountains regions ar found the raptors and birds of prey of that there are varied species. The diverse national parks like Chitwan and Bardiya harbor a wide variety of birds. But Koshi Tappu has higher sightings of an implausible sort of each resident and migratory birds that return from as distant as Siberia. Nepal’s national bird is the lophophorous, Impeyen Pheasant locally called Danphe which is found in the Himalayan region. Bird watching trips are managed by most resorts and are accompanied by experienced naturalists.

Nepal is rich in natural resources that enables diverse species of flora and fauna to grow