David Falls, Pokhara’s largest and most well-known waterfall. The drop is not big, it can't be compared with our waterfall, but the water is turbulent, it feels like the Wizard of Oz, and it is very distinctive. Many tourists come here to visit!
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The entrance fee for 30 N.B. It takes a few minutes to walk in. The waterfall has a small drop and the water flow is very fast.
David Falls is located near Pokhara, Nepal. It is in the dry season when entering the scenic spot. The riverbed is exposed and there is no rushing river. There is only a small stream flowing at the bottom of the criss-crossed riverbed, and finally fell into a huge underground cave and disappeared. , And did not form the effect of a waterfall. There are guardrails around the cave to prevent tourists from sliding into the valley floor. Because it is a dry season, there is not much water in the cave, so visitors can go down, and the inside is pitch black. In the past, a young Swiss named David and his partner went down to explore the cave and died in the Yellow Spring. Therefore, the name of the waterfall is named David Waterfall, which has a warning meaning.
this place english name is davids fall because many many years ago a person name david he was tourist he came here to see this place at that time water flow was so high when he go near to water fall he fall from there and he died after that people started saying davids fall and name became famouse but actualy its real name is pataley chago which means water goes to sky like traditional word in hindu..high water flow come phewa lake and gone direct like a somethings drink all water and make a river dry wind ,fresh air ,peace,and lovely traditionaly dresses photo studio with a wishing pool and garden of HImalayan range and flowers..beautiful place to visit.
We set off by car and went to visit David Falls under the guidance of a guide. We arrived at the scenic spot in less than 10 minutes by car. The tour guide took us into the scenic spot after purchasing the tickets. Few European and American tourists came here. On the contrary, most of the locals came to visit with young people. The most famous waterfall in the area formed by the outlet of Fewa Lake. At this moment, the water flow of the waterfall is not large in the dry season. It is said that only in the rainy season will there be a real waterfall feeling. When I walked to the railing, I saw an underground cave under the waterfall. The clear water fell into the cave without a trace, while the upstream of the cave was a deep valley in the river. In all fairness, this waterfall is indeed very ordinary, but because it has a moving story, it is popular with tourists. The tour guide told us that the name of this waterfall was in 1961. There was a young couple from Switzerland, the man named David. He took his beloved girlfriend on a hiking adventure in Nepal. He discovered this devil waterfall and was immediately attracted. At that time, there were no paths and no safety railings. After two people wandered on the ground for a while, they went down to the cave. Because the ground was slippery, David's girlfriend fell into the rushing river accidentally. When David saw this, he immediately jumped to save, but both were swallowed by the waterfall... In memory of David and his girlfriend who lost their lives here, this waterfall is called David Falls. Such a touching love story adds color to this ordinary attraction, but the tourists are still not in a high mood. Many people just glance at it and turn away. After watching the waterfall, we carefully watched the statue of Shiva located above the waterfall and the nearby shrines. The locals worshipped here very religiously or rubbed carmine on their foreheads.
[David Falls] The Pardi Khold River turns underground here. When the water surges during the rainy season, the falling of the waterfall will make a deafening sound. According to the book, this waterfall is actually to commemorate a Swiss tourist and his girlfriend who accidentally fell into a deep pool and drowned. The waterfall was originally named (David Falls) David Falls...
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