Located in Eastern Nepal, Gupha Pokhari Tour is a unique offbeat trek experience, which is known for its religious significance and pristine beauty. Along with a divine surrounding, Gupha Pokhari, also known as ‘Cave Pond’ serves as a revered site for both Hindus and Buddhists. You will certainly be amazed by the majestic view of mountains such as Kanchenjunga (8586m) and Makalu (8463m). Moreover, this trek gives you the pleasure of experiencing the local culture and tradition, wildlife, and natural flora and fauna of this region.
The Gupha Pokhari Tour begins with your arrival in Kathmandu followed by a sightseeing tour around the UNESCO world heritage sites around the Kathmandu Valley. Meanwhile, you can also feel free to prepare for the trip. On the third day, you will take a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Biratnagar. The fascinating view of the geographical variation of Nepal is pretty surreal. Once at Biratnagar, you will drive towards Basantapur via Damak city. The drive will take you through the forested area and river streams. The trail now passes through Chauki and proceeds towards Lamo Pokhari. Along with a sublime view of Mt. Makalu (8463m), you will further continue your walk towards Gupha Pokhari, which is a famous tourist destination with a huge diversity of natural flora and fauna. If you are lucky, you might encounter some endangered wildlife along the way. Similarly, crossing a few settlements like Nundhaki and Chainpur, you will finally reach Tumlingtar from where you will take a flight back to Kathmandu. Once at the capital, you can roam around the Thamel area, buy souvenirs and even enjoy its nightlife. Gupha Pokhari Tour gives you an opportunity to explore the ancient old villages, unique culture and lifestyle, and religion along with the glorious beauty of the Himalayas. Having said that, the months of February to May and August to November are considered the best times for trekking.