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Forum Posts

Kathmandu - Pokhara Flight

by joecooper

Hi there, I'm arriving in Kathmandu at 15:25 and need to get a flight to Pokhara that day as I am starting a rafting trip the next day first thing. I've had a look at a few airlines mentioned in the LP guide and on google but they are either no longer operating or don't have any departures past about 15:20!

I know I can get a bus but would much prefer a flight, are there any airlines anyone is aware of which might be suitable?

Thanks very much!! Joe

Re: Kathmandu - Pokhara Flight

by into-thin-air

Hi Joe
I don’t think that you will be able to get a Kathmandu – Pokhara flight the same day as you land – 15.20 being the last flight and that is from the domestic terminal !! .
So – catching a bus, It would have to be a local one and having done that Once myself wouldn’t really recommend it, it takes about 8 / 10 hours and a bit of an uncomfortable experience, especially after a long-haul flight.
So, My suggestion would be to organise a private car to be waiting to pick you up at the airport, this would cost you little more than the flight and only take about 6 hours.
If you need some pointers how to do this then look at my Nepal transportation tips.
I hope that helps a little but If you need more info then feel free to drop me another line
Happy Travels
Rob

Re: Kathmandu - Pokhara Flight

by joecooper

Thanks Rob, think that's what I'll have to do!

Re: Kathmandu - Pokhara Flight

by simonkarpin

flying in nepal can be a hair raising experience.. I recommend buddha air.. modern aircraft that are maintained well...

SK ( qualified Aircraft Engineer - Australia)

Travel Tips for Pokhara

Your mobile phone?

by Saagar

Nepal Telecom doesn't have much in terms of roaming agreements with other telecom companies.
What you do in Nepal is to rent a local phone (try at Fulbari Resort, or perhaps a private communications/computer companies) or buy a card phone.
As a short-term visitor you'll be fine without a mobile - there are so many nice communications shops around in Pokhara that will be pleased to organise your calls home or wherever at a modest rate. But a mobile is unbeatable when it comes to organising things, setting up appointments and adjusting schedules on the run in Nepal, such as work, expedition or working out logistics for a major trek.
Mobiles work in Pokhara, and as long you are less than, say 20 kms away and within the sightline of the city and its antennas, then you will have a connection. There are holes in the coverage, and for instance the central part of Lakeside is outside range.

Nice and Clean Breakfast.

by goutammitra about Highway Restaurant, Gunadi.

While coming back from Pokhara we stopped at Gunadi, for breakfast. They provide wholesome and nice breakfast both Indian and European in clean atmosphere. The owner Mr. Pramod Khanul and his wife runs the place with smile on their face. The place is worth trying. You can have good breakfast for Rs.125/- Nepali or USD$ 3. We had Indian breakfastof Paratha and Sabji( curry).

Sarangkot - the very top

by Saagar

Most visitors are shown the lower Sarangkot viewpoint. If you move on by vehicle or foot to the topmost viewpoint, you have better views west and toward Machhapuchhare and Annapurna's south rim.
Also, on the top you will escape the crowds and the nagging wanna-be guides.
Nice lodges on top, too, less thacky impression overall than the lower viewpoint.

Short hikes north of Pokhara

by Saagar

There are so many places to go hiking, that I can just recommend that you scout an area you like for a day's hike, then search for bus or taxi transportation to a trailhead, and just hit the trail for an outing. In this area you don't really need a goal, just the trail loop. Good maps are available.
Generally it is nice north of the Sethi Khola and into the Sethi Khola valley where it turns north (photo).

Machapuchare Mountain.

by Alphons

Himalayan Vista
The magnificent Annapurna panorama that's visible on the northern skyline of Pokhara is quite incredible. The main peaks are Annapurna I to IV and the beautiful Machapuchare (or Fishtail Mountain, so named after its twin peaks).

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