Davis Fall is one of the popular tourist places in Pokhara which is also known as Patale Chhango. Davis Fall waterfall is located at Pokhara in Kaski District of province no 4 of Nepal which is approx 2 KM north from the lakeside. It is renowned as a tourist place among domestic and international tourists. Once the Swiss tourist fell in this water tunnel on 31st July 1961 and died so this place is named after him. Fewa lake is the source of this water and goes through underground from this place. This water passes through the Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave which is nearby another attraction among the Hindu Pilgrimage.
Quick Facts about Davis Fall
Length: 500 Meters
Depth: 100 Feet
Type of Flow: Perennial
Best Time to Visit: From June to September
Thousands of tourists visit Davis Fall in a day. People used to visit this place with a different purpose: couples visit this place as a dating point where students visit as educational tour and tourist visits as leisure. The edge of this river is covered with a carefully built fence so that visit doesn’t get fall in the waterfall. You need to buy a permit of Rs 30 for Non-Nepali to enter this attraction. If you are visiting Word Peace Pagoda then this attraction is just on the way to it.
The best time to visit Davis Fall is from June to September. It is approx 500 Meters in length and 50 feet in deep. Davis Fall is known as a Patale Chhango in Nepal. Davis Fall is a single time visiting the place so people who visited previously get bored to visit it again. During the monsoon season, the water volume increases, and a good waterfall nice. There are plenty of shops around this place if you want to buy a souvenir for your family and friends.
Davis fall is one of the sightseeing places during the Pokhara Tour.