Pokhara is third biggest city of Nepal and it is made up with various natural beauty. Because of various cultures it is said that Pokhara is "Town of Culture". There are 8 lakes lies in Pokhara so it is known as "Town of Lake". We can see the White Mountain range from every point of Pokhara so it is known as "Town of Mountain Range" and more precisely "Tourism Capital" all so appropriately, Pokhara nestles in the mesmerizing beauties of the nature. It is situated at an altitude of 827M above from sea level and 200km west of the Kathmandu valley the Capital City of Nepal. At around 4.4km2 in area, Phewa Tal(lake) dominates the Pokhara valley, lapping onto the shores of west Pokhara. Towards the east of the valley are the lakes Begnas Tal and Rupa Tal. Gagnas Tal is also known for its fishery projects. There are no beaches, but boats can be rented in Phewa Tal and Begnas Tal. The Dhaulagiri, Annapurna and Manaslu ranges, each with peaks over 8000m, can be seen. There are two caves (Mahendra and Gupteswor ) and an impressive waterfall (Patale Chhango or David's fall) where the water from the Phewa Tal thounders into a hole and disappears underground.