Gandaki

Gandaki

Gandaki is the confluence of culture and nature. It is a well-known province for both Nepalese and foreign visitors. The province has an area of 21,773 km2 which is about 14.66% of the total area of Nepal. The area ranges from 1500 – 3000 meters has a temperate climate and Himalayan regions at an altitude of 3000 to 4500 meters with Alpine climate. In the High Himalayan region of the province, we can find Tundra climatic conditions. 

Pokhara, the provincial capital, is a renowned tourist destination due to the presence of Fewa Lake and Begnas Lake. You can also get a stunning view of the Himalayan ranges of Annapurna, Fishtail, and Dhaulagiri. This province is also significant from a religious standpoint, as it is home to Muktinath Chhetra & Manakamana Temple. Additionally, when in Gandaki, you can also opt for trekking in Manang Mustang where you can explore the Tilicho lake.  


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