Pokhara is the most picturesque natural valley of Nepal. Situated around 900 m at sea level, Pokhara lies 200 km west from the capital city Kathmandu. Beautiful Himalayan range, green hills and hill stations surround Pokhara. It is therefore, one of the rare combinations of the arrays of snowcapped peaks, crystal clear lakes, turbulent rivers with deep gorges and picturesque village inhabited by various simple and friendly ethnic groups. From Tourist point of view, Pokhara is known as the tourist capital of Nepal that out of the total arrivals around 50% of the tourist visit pokhara every year. Pokhara region is popularly known as the trekking paradise of Nepal that the world famous trekking destinations such as annapurna circuit trek, annapurna sanctuary trek, jomsom-muktinath trek, Dhaulagiri trek, panchase trek, royal trek etc. begin from Pokhara. It is also the center for hill stations and cultural village tour. Besides trekking and cultural village tours. Pokhara is also a center for adventure tourism such as mountaineering and rafting. It is only one center for hang gliding and paragliding in south Asia. As many culturally rich villages surround pokhara valley, tourists have several opportunity to experience the village life if inner Nepal. Pokhara valley, in fact, is a nature’s paradise. The serenity of Fewa Lake and the magnificence of the fishtail summit of macchapucchre standing behind it and many other unique natural gifts create an ambience of peace and magic. The nightlife in the fewa lakeside area is full of entertainment. In most of the hotels and restaurants, beautiful Nepali folk songs and dances are performed. Sights seeing of the heritages sites, flat water boating, paragliding and hand gliding, old bajar tour, cycling in the outskirt of the city and so on are the day time activities to enjoy. Pokhara, as it is truly said tourist hub of western Nepal, is the gateway to upper mustang, muktinath, upper dolpo, and the world famous Annapurna region including hill stations and cultural village of mid-hill Nepal. The climate remains favourable through out the year-round-it is neither too cold nor too hot. However, the best periods to visit are considered autumn and spring. During this period, the sky is blue and the environment is lovely. Moreover, Pokhara valley is only such a place in the world to enjoy a closer view of the Himalayas that one can even enjoy the beautiful view of Himalayan range from his luxurious hotel room. It is in fact, a nature’s wonderful gift to the earth.