Boating on Phewa Lake in Pokhara
Phewa Lake is a beautiful freshwater lake located in the Pokhara city of Gandaki, Nepal. It is the second largest lake in Nepal and is a popular tourist destination for boating and other water activities.
Boating on Phewa Lake
Boating is one of the most popular activities on Phewa Lake. Visitors can rent a boat and explore the lake on their own, or hire a guide to take them on a tour of the lake.
There are several types of boats available for rent, including paddle boats, row boats, and motor boats. Prices vary depending on the type of boat and the duration of the rental.
While boating on Phewa Lake, visitors can enjoy stunning views of the surrounding mountains and forests. They can also visit the Tal Barahi Temple, a Hindu temple located on an island in the middle of the lake.
- Wear a life jacket at all times.
- Stay within the designated boating area.
- Be aware of other boats and watercraft on the lake.
- Avoid boating during monsoon season (June to August) when the lake can become rough and dangerous.
|Boat Type||Rental Rate|
|Paddle Boat||Rs. 300 per hour|
|Row Boat||Rs. 500 per hour|
|Motor Boat||Rs. 1000 per hour|
Boats can be rented from several locations around the lake, including the Lakeside area and the Tal Barahi Temple. Visitors can also arrange for guided boat tours through local tour operators.
Phewa Lake is located at approximately 28.2125° N, 83.9614° E in the Pokhara city of Gandaki, Nepal.