From David Falls, it is across the road. To be honest, this row of buildings is really not a big attraction, but the dense stalls are the same as any other places. When we arrived, we were almost close to the attraction. Time is up, so I took the time to buy the tickets, but I didn't see many tourists along the way, and the cave was relatively humid. Following the stairs, there are many sculptures, which makes people feel a bit awkward...
Coming out of Devil Fall, I went to a nearby Gupteshwor Mahadev CAVE, which is a snake-shaped incarnation of the Hindu god Shiva. It is not allowed to take pictures here, and the camera must be placed at the ticket office. Looking at the instructions at the door, there are two parts here. The first part is about 40 meters deep, and the second part is 100 meters deep. You can see the DEVIL FALL, but it is the monsoon season to be closed for about four months.
Come here to take pictures if you have the chance, it's really beautiful.
Although the attractions are really cheap, they are really nothing to see, just a hole that can be found everywhere in China. The staircase structure when going down the hole is pretty good. It's just opposite to David Falls, and I got here when I went wrong.
Here is a stalactite cave, and Hinduism has transformed it into a temple dedicated to Indian gods. In fact, it is worth a visit. The ancient axe and magical craftsmanship of nature makes it feel like a ray of heaven. But I couldn't take any photos, it was very dark.
Preston_Dominguez: Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, Pokhara, Western Region
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Peace Pagoda,Davis Falls,Swami Narayan Travels Pvt Ltd,Barahi Temple,International Mountain Museum