We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews lord shiva natural cave davis falls water dripping nice cave long cave cave system entry fee nice place to visit rainy season small temple world peace pagoda slit passage rocks statue sculptures
Lots of slippery steps, down down into a cave. The lower part is closed due to flooding. It is right across from the waterfall and we combined it with out taxi trip up to rhe World Peace Stupa. It’s right in the middle of a...More
It's a limestone cave which is quite low in parts. My husband is 6'4' we reached a part which would have had him more then doubled over so we turned and came out the way we came in. The lights were blown in areas so...More
Must visit the place, as the Shivalinga is deep inside the cave and going further below you will see Davis falls coming inside the temple. The mystery is you will not know where the water goes from here.
•For foreigners ticket cost is 100 rs/ person
• Other than religious perspectives I found no reason to go there.
• inside the cave its wet, dark, dump and construction work is going on .
•Neither it has natural look nor it is commercial.still the...More
This was pretty much a waste time. The caves aren't really caves as much as small tunnels. At the end of the tunnels, you can catch a glimpse of the foot of Devi's falls but it's still some distance away and isnt really worth paying...More
Had visited this underground cave in Pokhara a long back ago. This cave is sacred to the Hindus and is a popular tourist attraction.
This underground cave is dedicated to Lord Shiva as the limestone deposit resembles a Shiva Linga. There is an ornate entrance...More
This was a interesting place to visit on our day tour of Pokhara. Our guide parked on the street in the main part of the town and then walked through a small market area to an entrance with spiral stairs. We walked down the stairs...More
By road or by flight.. Flights are fastest way to reach if they are on time but as locals said they are never on time.. Due to that I have taken taxi route in which 7 hours taken to travel. Roads are just average except a... More
By road or by flight.. Flights are fastest way to reach if they are on time but as locals said they are never on time.. Due to that I have taken taxi route in which 7 hours taken to travel. Roads are just average except a pathetic patch of 5 kms.. Don’t expect good roads in Nepal. Nepal roads are below average compared to global standards.