I would recommend paragliding, hiking up to watch the sunrise at Sarankot, and taking a boat or kayak out on Phewa Lake. You can also hike up to the World Peace Pagoda, which has incredible views of the Himalayas. Devi Falls is a popular tourist spot too. I missed out on visiting the Tibetan refugee camp, but hoping to return at some point and will make a visit then. For a bit of luxury, you could stay in Temple Tree Resort and Spa, which is excellent. Hope you have an incredible trip! about 4 years agoAnswered by Chloe via WorldNomads.com
If you want to stay somewhere with the very best view in the Pokhara Valley, choose Peace Dragon Lodge, just 4 minutes' walk from the World Peace Pagoda.
With Western and Nepali owners, you can be assured of comfort, cleanliness and great hospitality. Many seasoned travellers have said this is 'the best view in the world'.
You can of course hike up, but taxis are available at a moderate price, and buses run during daylight hours. about 3 years agoAnswered by Juliette via WorldNomads.com