Devi’s Fall in Nepal

One of the most popular tourist destinations in Nepal, Pokhara is tucked away in the northwestern corner of the Pokhara Valley which is an extension of the Seti Gandaki valley. Devi’s Falls also known as the Patale Chhango, can be traced around 2 km south of the spot where the Lake Phewa drains into the Pardi Khola. Here, the terrain drops sharply and the river plunges over the Devi Falls before disappearing into a sink hole. Devi’s Falls is a must visit site for you as part of your Sightseeing in Pokhara while you are on your Pokhara Tours. Pokhara is the city in Nepal which is famous for its water falls. The marvelous waterfall cascades down at the south side of the Fewa (or Phewa) Lake in Pokhara.In monsoon this sight is most spectacular. Nearby, across the street is a little cave (Gupteshwor Cave). Devil’s Fall in in the gorge of the Seti River. It is a magnificent water fall next to Gupteswar Gupha. You can have a day long picnic by the falls.

Pokhara is famous among tourists and travelers for its mountains. But, Pokhara has lot more to offer than just that. Devi’s Falls is also one of the major tourist attraction spot in Pokhara. You can visit this site any time as it is open on every day of the week. The cost of the ticket is affordable and it is worth visiting. The falls increase in volume considerably after the monsoon but in January, it becomes nothing more than a stream. This is because there is a mass decrease in the water volume of the Fewa Lake during winter. To maintain the water volume within the Fewa Lake, the dam is closed. This causes the Devi’s Falls in Pokhara in maximum decrease in its water volume.

You will find here interesting rock formations made by the high velocity of the water flowing within it. For some of the greatest breathtaking views of Devi’s Falls, you should head for Chorrepatan. There is also a cave in Chorrepatan just two minutes’ walk away from this fall.

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