World Peace Stupa hiking in Pokhara is an iconic short hiking trip around Pokhara. About two hours of hiking takes you to the hilltop where a beautiful white stupa stands beautifully.
Our World Peace Stupa hiking goes across the Lake Fewa on a row boat and sets off on an uphill walk through the woods. Following the well paved stone steps up the hill we hike through chestnut woods to emerge into a resting place. We can see a beautiful view of lake, Lakeside town and Himalayan range. After a few minutes of rest, we hike further up towards the top. After about 40 minutes of uphill effort, we reach the magnificent stupa atop the hill. A panoramic view of Annapurna range and Dhaulagiri Mountain in the Himalayas in addition to the fantastic view of the lake and Pokhara valley blows our mind.
After spending some time at the stupa we hike down to Davis falls for about another 40 minutes and visit the falls and Gupteshowr cave nearby. After we visit the waterfalls and the cave, we drive back to Lakeside where the trip comes an end.