Mahendra Cave, Pokhara
Categories: Caves, Nature & Parks
Descend the dramatic spiral stairs to the natural tunnel of Mahendra Cave. Illuminated by electric lights, the cave features stalagmites and stalactites, as well as postings offering both scientific and spiritual explanations of the formations. Explore at your own pace; wear adequate shoes to navigate the uneven floor and numerous steps, as well as the occasional wet spots. If you wish, you can bring a flashlight to peer into every nook and cranny. Add Mahendra Cave to your Pokhara travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Pokhara trip itinerary builder.
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Visited on a whim as we were returning from Peace Pagoda on public bus and dropp off was near the Davis Falls. Cave was claustrophobic, dank and poorly lit. Very crowded on the day I visited. Bottom l... read more »
現地の方に案内されました。ポカラに行ったら必ず行くポイントだとか。意外にこじんまりとしていますので、洞窟以外の庭園も充実させているようです。Guide was a local person who. It points to see if you go to Pokhara. Surprisingly small, so it seems has enriched cave outside garden.show original
Mahendra cave is not very impressive if you have seen other, older caves. However, from a geological point of view, you can see nature in action, i.e., young stalactites being formed by the drip of wa... read more »
“Another cave...” Don't impress an experienced traveler. As the other places in Nepal to be visited on Sundays as Saturdays are crowded by locals. The cave is not long. Most people goes there for the blessing they need from the "priest" at the end of the cave. Hope I didn't confuse terminology...
Adventurous place of nepal
Nothing interesting. Ticket 50 rupees
Raj G. khanal
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