Nothing special about this waterfall. The park contains a concrete replica of the Annapurna range if you want a tacky selfie. The price should not keep you away (30 NPR) but is it worth your time?
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Behind a bustling street of businesses, restaurants and vendors on a busy street in Pokhara, is garden like area that includes the beautiful Devi's Waterfalls. Upon entering the site, I immediately heard the sound of the powerful water rushing along the rocks. However, before venturing...More
The day we went it was crowded with many Nepal and Indian visitors. It was a bit underwhelming for us. We have larger waterfalls near were we live in the United States. Nothing amazing from our perspective.
Unless you're literally staying or passing through this town, this visit is not worth it. You can barely see the falls because of the fence, specifically because they don't maintain the tall weeds behind the fence. And the cave across the street is so nasty...More
Didn't find this place a Tourist attraction. Won't spend money on visiting this place. The related story is interesting though. The most interesting part is how the waterfall enters into the cave and you can visit the cave and see the lower half of the...More