Pokhara Connecting with Indian Cities through Air

Posted Nov 22nd, 2009 under Tourism News,

Nepal is planning to air connect Pokhara with Indian cities to attract more visitors. Plans are underway to start linking Lucknow with Pokhara from the first week of March. Buddha Air is planning the first international flight from Pokhara, the second most popular destination in the country after Kathmandu Valley.

Under its upcoming ‘Nepal Tourism Year 2011‘ project, the Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) has envisioned promotion of Pokhara, a picturesque city 200 km west of Kathmandu, as a hot destination for tourism in adventure, pilgrimage and air-sports.

Pokhara is the ultimate destination for aerial adventures hosting Paragliding, Ultra-light aircraft, and future possibility of SkydivingPokhara has great potential to become an adventure tourism hotspot, as major trekking routes including Annapurna Circuit and Muktinath start from here. Besides Seti and Kali Gandaki rivers are popular for rafting and kayaking.

Hotspots in Pokhara such as lakeside, caves, Devi’s Fall, International Mountain Museum, and World Peace Pagoda also are also popular among travelers. Every year, Pokhara attracts over 1,25,000 tourists with maximum arrivals from the UK, Japan, China and India.

Our popular adventures in Pokhara & beyond include –

Cultural Tours
Annapurna Circuit Trek
Muktinath Pilgrimage

Kullu Manali

Posted Apr 16th, 2009 under Photo Essay, Tourism News,

Kullu Manali, a hill station, is located in the north Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Kullu Valley , with its natural beauty and snowy peaks is a popular destination among honeymooners and trekkers.

An orchid in bloom – Kullu Manali has a rich variety of flora

A beautiful sunset

Kullu Manali India

Kullu is also known as the “Valley of Gods”

Devotees resting at a Hindu Temple

At a local fair –  A ferris wheel in motion

Visitors enjoying pony rides

Powdery snow covering the hillsides

A local ‘snow art piece’ (snow heart?!)

More Photos of Kullu Manali

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[Photo Credits: Sabeen Shrestha]

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