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Phewa Tal (Fewa Lake)

Pokhara, Nepal
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“boat ride” (145 reviews)
“fewa lake” (207 reviews)
“colorful boats” (19 reviews)
Pokhara, Nepal
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Instead of boring paddle or rowing boat I rented a kayak in one of the rafting companies - Himalayas hidden treasure. And it was much more fun! I enjoyed sunset with beautiful views on world peace Pagoda on one side and Annapurna Mountains range on...More

Thank mein938
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Lake was lovely & still well maintained. Boatmen helpful & good to see life vests being used. Interesting view from Hotel Fishtail.

Thank Elizahama
Reviewed 3 days ago

During my journey through Nepal, I stayed a few days in Pokhara and was within walking distance of Phewa Tal. This lake appeared to be very popular and is surrounded by lush greenery. The scenic beauty of this area became more apparent when I opted...More

Thank jonahNJ
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Great for a stroll on the northern shore. Meet the very friendly locals, watch the boats, be amazed by all the colours around you and if you're lucky look back at the mountains.

Thank tappers t
Reviewed 6 days ago

One can go boating, or just sit on the park bench looking at the mountains. There are many guesthouses nearby for easy access. Serene.

Thank Neecia70
Reviewed 1 week ago

There are a lot of restaurants that are lake facing. The sunset at the lake is brilliant. You can rent a boat or a kayak from the boathouse

Thank Tamf1
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Phewa Tal is certainly the most popular touristic destination in Pokhara. You can take a boat on lake or stroll along lakeside. Baidam (Lakeside) area is a resort, where many restaurants, pubs and hotels are concentrated. I stayed about a week, but with live music,...More

Thank Kimitaka S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you have time in Pokhara, it’s fun to get out in a rowboat, kayak, SUP (paddle board), etc. It’s a great way to relax!

Thank Marlynne P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

loved walking along the lakeside at sunset, a really beautiful view. you can rent rowing boats or pedalos to take out onto the lake - two of us rented a rowing boat for a couple of hours, which was really great to get out away...More

Thank phoebesearle
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

What a lovely place to promenade of an evening as the sun is setting. So much relaxed activity truely relaxing

Thank Troy P
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Kishan N
1 November 2017|
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Response from TanakaWootay | Reviewed this property |
Water is about the only thing 100 rupee or less in Pokhara, Nepal!
Qhurshida H
8 August 2017|
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Response from The Himalayan G | Reviewed this property |
Pokhara is only 827 m high from the sea level. So you can not find ice in Pokhara although Sept is season of Ice fall in the Himalaya. But you can enjoy the spectacular Himalaya range as well as boating in Fewa lake. But if... More
18 November 2016|
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Response from lynday1948 | Reviewed this property |
With a warm fleece you should be OK. I would try the afternoon when the temperature has risen a little. It will be cold but this keeps the tourists away so it will be quieter at the temple on the lake hopefully.