Phewa Lake

Phewa Lake

Nepal's second largest fresh water lake that is bordering Pokhara

Location: 

Phewa Lake, Pokhara, Nepal

Duration: 

Sunday, August 27, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Lake Phewa is a beautiful mountain lake in the Himalayas
  2. The lake is a major tourist attraction, a real beauty from all sides
  3. From Pokhara, a lovely promenade invites visitors for a walk
  4. From many hilltops, you have a unique view of the lake
  5. Local fishermen are always hunting for your next dinner

Image sources

  1. Lake Phewa from Sarangkot
  2. Lake Phewa from the other side
  3. Renting a boat in Pokhara
  4. Small boats in Pokhara

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