Day 1: Drive to Pokhara On the 1st day, you will drive to Pokhara (around 200km) by means of Prithivi Highway. The bus will leave at 7 AM in the dawn. It will take about 6 hours of drive in the midst of striking scenery all along the way. You will go for Davis Fall, Fewa Lake, Gupteshwar Cave, Mahendra Cave, Seti Gorge in Pokhara. International Mountain Museum is in Pokhara which provide the latest culture and is devoted to the mountains of Nepal and the Mountaineers who ascend them. Davis fall means Underworld falls which are an interesting destination where the waterfalls from the tunnel. Davis fall was named after a tourist who died by falling into this water gorge and the source of water is Fewa Lake. Fewa Lake is semi-natural freshwater water. Fewa Lake is the second largest Lake in Nepal which is situated at an altitude of 742m. Fewa Lake is considered as one of the favourite spots for the tourists. Gupteshwar Cave is another holy destination for the tourists. When you walk 2 km from an airport, you will arrive at Gupteshwar Cave where you can see the representation of Shivalinga inside the cave. You can view the two section of the cave which is, in fact, an interesting thing. Mahendra Cave is an equally interesting destination for the tourists and it is said that 90% of the tourists visit this cave. Mahendra Cave is entirely different than the other caves that are present in Nepal. Seti Gorge is termed as a supreme gift of nature. People find it an extraordinary place. In Nepal ‘ Seti’ refers white that means you can see the white water following from the Gorge which seems very appealing. Sarangkot is well known for viewing the sunrise. People who visit Pokhara do not miss to visit Sarangkot. In this sense, it would not be wrong to say that Sarangkot is one of the best locations for tourists.
Day 2: Trek to Tikhedhunga After breakfast in the morning on the third day, you will then be driven to Naya Pul (42km) via car/taxi. An hour of walk from Naya Pul will take you to Birethanti, a small and vibrant town nearby Pokhara. Trekking formally starts from here as you will walk for a couple of hours along the beautiful trail with bamboo forests and water springs on the way. Ramghai will be the place for lunch on day three. After lunch, the trail now takes a gradual ascend finally reaching to Tikhedhunga, the destination for the overnight stay at a guesthouse.
Day 3: Trek to Ghorepani On the 3rd day, you will ascend around 1000 meters as the trail normally grows rising. You will come across a lot of small rivulets and river springs. In the middle, you will arrive at a traditional Magar village of Ulleri, which is situated at around 2080 meters. An hour’s of a hike from Ulleri grabs you to Nangethanti, where you will take your lunch. Again walking further hours of a trek from Nangethanti, you will reach to Ghorepani, where you will stay. From Ghorepani, you can outlook incredible views of Dhaulagiri I, Tukuche, and an extra adjoining Himalayas. You can still enjoy the sunrise view from Ghorepani. Overnight stay at a guest house.
Day 4: Trek to Tadapani to Ghandruk, A long working day but one of an important day of your trip You will wake up early in the morning to start the next trip which provides the best clear views and sun rising over the Himalayas. You can enjoy lots of the White Mountains from Poon Hill. After sun rising, you will return to get away and here you will take your daily meal. Ghorepani means “horse water” and is certainly a welcome water to stop the groups of equine, high heel mules and equine that carries abundance between Pokhara and Jomsom. From Ghorepani, the upwards lead us to Deurali for another breathtaking view of Annapurna Himalayas Rang & our journey start to get down to down. After crossing a small river again, we will climb another 30 minutes where beautiful Tadapani village will welcome us and will have our Lunch, Again your trek continuously leads another 3 hours from Tadapani to Ghandruk. the trail abruptly today passing through the forests where you can find monkeys and different birds. Ghandruk is the second largest Gurung village in Nepal where you can explore the maze-like streets of this thriving Gurung settlement. In addition, you can have a good view of the mountains like Annapurna South and Fishtail. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.
Day 5: Back to Pokhara On the 5th day you will trek to Pokhara from Ghandruk after taking breakfast. On the way, you come across Sauli Bazaar and the Modi River. At Birethanti, you will have your lunch in a small vibrant town nearby Pokhara. Birethanti is quite popular for fish delicacy. The trek then continues towards Nayapul before being driven back to Pokhara. Overnight stay at a hotel
Day 6: Back to Kathmandu On the 6th day you will drive back to Kathmandu from Pokhara. and evening will join the dinner with cultural show. It’s all up to you whether you want to stay one more day or willing to return your own hometown. If you want to depart on this day, then you will be transferred to Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu.