This is an average of total 6 hrs total trip and 4 hrs walking trail crossing the beautiful Begnas lake (Which is a little bit smaller than Phewa Lake). After reaching Begnas Lake you will have some 30 mins boating over the Begnas and cross the other side of it. Then, climb up to the Begnaskot located on an altitude of approximately 1,100 meters from sea level which will take around 2 hours walk. From the top you will be able to see magnificent view of Begnas and Rupa lake, Beautiful Annapurna-Dhaulagiri Himalayan ranges, forest area covered the entire hill and beautiful traditional Nepali villages. You will also encounter lots of Nepali farmers fisherman’s whose daily activities rely on agriculture and fishing.
On top of Begnaskot hill, you will visit the Begnaskot temple and worship there if you like. Later, you will hike down towards a bank of Begnas lake (Different way then climbing) & continue hiking towards Sundari Dada to Begnas Lake again and back to Pokhara via Taxi.
Your Included Meal Guide: B = Breakfast, L = Lunch D = Dinner
POKHARA- BEGNAS LAKE: L
Pokhara to Begnas Lake via transportation -Boating 30 minutes over the Begnas Lake and cross the other side of lake then Climb up to Begnaskot Hill which is about 2 hours climb-View the Magnificent view of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri Himalayan Range, Beautiful Nepali Villages, full view of Begnas Lake & Rupa Lake and Worship at Begnaskot Temple (If you like). Walk down to Sundari Dada for 1 hrs – Stop for the Lunch – walk down to Begnas Lake again for 1hours – Coming back to Pokhara by Taxi.
Early morning 8 am pick up from your Hotel by English Speaking Nepali Guide
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Fully Escorted hike with English Speaking Professional Local Guide.
Transportation cost from Pokhara to Begnas Lake.
Boating over the Begnas Lake.
Transportation from Begnas to Back Pokhara
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