Embark on a fantastic hiking adventure to the World Peace Stupa, a beautiful Buddhist monument that offers stunning views of Pokhara valley and the majestic Himalayas. This 5-6 hour hike is perfect for those seeking both natural beauty and spiritual rejuvenation.
The World Peace Pagoda is a Buddhist monument located in Pokhara, Nepal. It was built with the aim of promoting world peace and is one of the 80 peace pagodas built around the world by the Japanese Buddhist monk Nichidatsu Fujii. The pagoda offers stunning views of the Annapurna mountain range and Fewa Lake. It is a popular tourist attraction and also serves as a place of worship for Buddhist pilgrims.
-Pick up from your hotel in Pokhara by your guide in the morning.
-Transfer to Phewa Lake, where you’ll board a boat to cross the lake.
-Start the uphill hike towards the World Peace Stupa, which will take approximately 3 hours.
-Enjoy the breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape along the way.
-Upon reaching the top of the hill, explore the stupa and its surroundings, take in the tranquil atmosphere, and enjoy a delicious lunch.
-Afterward, hike back down to the bottom of the lake.
-Transfer back to your hotel in Pokhara in the afternoon.