Hotel La Dynasty

Lake Side Pardi, Pokhara, Nepal
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Pokhra, Nepal to Gorakpur, India - Travel by Road

by sbc

Myself shall visit Nepal soon. I will go by air from Calcutta to Kathmandu. During return, I have plan to come back by road from Pokhra to Gorakhpur.

Pls inform, Pokhra to Gorakhpur KM distance by road.

Also pls inform, shortest good route including Key places between Pokhra and Gorakhpur, by road and time taken for such journey. If night journey possible
or not.

Good transporation (including rented car) availability along with yr advice for fare charges.

Also pls about advice safe road journey in this route.

Any recomendation is welcome. Pls come back urgently.


Re: Pokhra, Nepal to Gorakpur, India - Travel by Road

by 12pok

Dear friend

from Pokhara to Gorakhpur , it is a distance of 283 km long. You can see Palpa/tansen , a nice newari village .
it is the most stand point to see the 3 geographical differences of Nepal : Terai, Maountains & Himalaya

Car can be hired $60 to the border only then you can take taxi Rs650 to Gorakhpur.

another way you can take Local Bus to sonauli from Pokhara & then other bus to gorakhpur

If you want to break the journey , it takes you two day to come to gorakhpur. other wise you can get to Gorakhpur on the same day

pls write to me if you like more infos

Travel Tips for Pokhara

A drink when you need it!

by siggyincardiff

There's a small (really small) island in the middle of the lake where a family sell soft drinks to boaters. It's not obvious that there's anyone there, but on a hot day you need a drink by the time you've rowed that far so it's worth knowing about!

Indian chat palaces on wheels

by Saagar about Check photo for names...

Chat is Indian snacks, and it's a big hit among Pokhara's many Indian visitors.
Some of it definitely an aquired taste, most of it good, chat is available in profusion near the ghat and boat hire place for the Barahi temple.

Sarangkot view of Dhaulagiri

by Saagar

To the far west, seen from Sarangot, you can see Dhaulagiri mountain. At 8000 + meters it is one of the most impressive mountains in Nepal, standing almost isolated.
Poon Hill of course offers a much better view, but this is as good as you can get it easy distance from Pokhara one early morning.


by illumina

At an altitude of 1592m (5500ft), this mountainside village lies to the north-west of Pokhara, a 2hour trek or a 45 min taxi/scooter ride away. It is best known for its panoramic views of the Annapurna range, which many people come to see at sunrise. Sadly it was very cloudy the day we went up to the top of Sarangkot, but the views were stunning nonetheless - we just caught only glimpses of Machhapuchhare through the clouds!

The best viewpoint is from the hill fort right at the top - you'll have to leave your transportation just below the village if you've come by car or scooter, and walk up through the houses and paddy fields of the village to get to it. Entry fee is 25NPR (which goes to conservation of the area according to the ticket) - the tower is a still occupied by the military, but walk around and you'll see a viewing platform. On the way out there is a small temple too (3rd photo).


by tayloretc

Anyone trekking the Annapurna Circuit ends up in Pokhara, and it’s a nice place to stay even if you’re not trekking. Lakeside is relaxed, pretty, and set up for tourists – plenty of restaurants, lodging, rental bikes and every kind of outdoors activity, and as many souvenirs as you could ever want.

I was only here overnight, but did try paragliding (and so saw Pokhara from above), and went with a local to find a non-souvenir drum (and so saw other parts of the city). The rest of Pokhara didn’t look like anything special, but it’s not bad. It’s spread out across a big area, has the regular assortment of shops and markets, and the occasional glimpse of Machhapuchhre over the rooftops.


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