Lots of tourists but coming from the UK where we have plenty of water, (!) this wasn't really very inspiring.
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This place is absolutely awful. Imagine a cage like in a zoo, but instead of an animal inside you'll see an small river with tough current. That's it. Bars and bars around the water. With all the respect (and I never wrote a review this...More
the place is best to be in monsoon as the water level is very high, and it's really beautiful then. Story behind its name- Swiss couple Davi went swimming but the woman drowned in a pit because of the overflow. Her body was recovered 3...More
Packed with people because of the last day of the Dashain Harvest festtival. Families upon Families here. 30 Nepalese Rupee entrance fee. You'll be met by a model of the Himalayas as seen from Pokhara. We squeezed ourself to the many viewing spot of the...More
If you haven't experienced a spectacular Nepalese waterfall before, this short but powerful little one is conveniently nestled in the metropolis for you to take a look. Fenced off for safety, it's hard to get a nice picture with you and the waterfall. It's also...More
the waterfalls which you have seen worldwide are quite amazing,but this waterfall have its own specialty of water being coming back in reverse direction,you can just feel the drizzle sprinkling when water passes through a cave,you can just have look of the speed of flow...More