Jun 19, 2022
Pokhara is a metropolitan city lying about 200 km west from Kathmandu. Pokhara is the headquarter of Kaski District. Pokhara is also known as the “City of Lakes” as it is a home to beautiful lakes like Phewa, Begnas, Rupa etc. Pokhara is a famous tourist destination for its tranquil atmosphere, beautiful surrounding, pristine air, serene lakes and the spectacular views of the snow-capped mountains like Mt. Annapurna & Mt. Machhapuchhre. Beside lakes and mountains, you can also get to visit World Peace Stupa, Seti Gandaki River, beautiful temples – Bindabasini, Bhadrakali, Bhimsen, Taal Barahi, Sitaldevi & Geeta Mandir and caves.
Baba Adventure operates regular bus service to this beautiful city Pokhara. We operate daily luxury Kathmandu – Pokhara tourist bus services with highly well-maintained vehicle features like air suspension technology, air condition, seat with thigh support, LED TV with music system, seat belt for extra safety and mineral water. Nowadays majority of people prefer tourist bus service for Kathmandu – Pokhara journey. To meet the need of the travelers, Baba Adventure has also started to provide tourist bus service to Pokhara. We offer Kathmandu – Pokhara tourist bus tickets on reasonable price. You can get Kathmandu – Pokhara tourist bus tickets from our office counter at Sorakhutte and through online booking like BusSewa, Esewa, Fonepay, Khalti, ISP connect etc.
The tourist bus journey of Kathmandu – Pokhara starts from Sorakhutte, Kathmandu early in the morning at 7 am and passes through Kalanki, Malakhu, Mugling, Tanahun, Ghansikuwa, Byas, Dulegauda and Pokhara. The journey takes around 7/8 hours. The highway route goes through forest covered hills and small villages following Trishuli river and Marsyangdi river. En-route the bus will stop by roadside restaurants where you can have hygienic breakfast and lunch. Our buses are in perfect condition with experienced drivers and helpers to make your journey smooth. Our bus surfaces are fully sanitized & we follow all the government assigned protocols regarding COVID-19.