Pokhara is the third largest city of Nepal and its location is usually referred the one city being close to the heart of the country. North of Pokhara and at about 200 km/124.4 mi west of the capital city of Kathmandu, lies the Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek.
The Kali Gandaki River is the principal river system in Nepal and the main tributary river of the great Ganges in India. The river springs from the Nhubine Glacier in Mustang Himal in an altitude of 6268 m/20564 ft. The Gandaki River crosses the Nepali land from Tibet to India throughout the imposing peaks of Annapurna and Dhawalagiri massifs, creating some of the best conditions for white water kayaking worldwide.
Manaslu range, the ‘’spirit mountain’’, situated in the western Nepal on the border line between Nepal and Tibet, covers a 1663 km²/ 642 mi² area in the Mansiri Himal range of the Himalayas in the Gorkha District, Nepal. The conservation area starts at 600 m/1968 ft above sea level while Manaslu mountain at 8613 m/28257 ft altitude is listed in the eighth position among the highest mountain peaks worldwide.
The Marsyangdi Valley, in north-west part of Nepal, is very famous for its natural beauties, breathtaking panorama and, among the extreme sport fun's community, for its hot destination for adrenaline junkies! Canyoning here is not just abseil, slide, jump or swim but make all these in one of the deepest gorges in the earth!
One of the most magnificent places on earth is the Himalayas mountain range. And one of the best treks on the planet is the Annapurna Circuit trail. Located in central Nepal, Annapurna massif hosts six major mountain peaks of over 7200 m/23620 ft altitude while the highest of all stands at 8091 m/26545 ft above sea level.
Pokhara city is located in central Nepal and is the second largest city after Kathmandu. Situated on the corner of Pokhara Valley and touched by the foothills of the Himalayas, at the base of the Annapurna mountain range, Pokhara is a world wide destination for outdoor activity enthusiasts.