Lake Pheva
Nepal, Pokhara

Pheva Lake, Pheva Tol or Thebes Lake is a freshwater lake in Nepal located in the south of the Pokhara Valley, partly in the city of Pokhara, partly in Sarangkot and Kaskikot. This is a flowing lake, but its movement and water level are regulated by dams, due to which it is classified as semi-natural.
This is the second largest lake in Nepal, it lies at an altitude of 742 meters above sea level and spills over 5 kilometers. Its average depth is 8.6 meters and the maximum is 24 meters. The maximum volume of water in the lake is 4,600,000 cubic meters.
The Annapurna massif is only 28 km from the lake and therefore it is famous for its amazingly beautiful reflections of the snow-capped Mahapukre mountains and other picturesque mountain peaks of this eight-thousand-strong ridge.
On the island in the middle of the lake is one of the main attractions of Pokhara - Bahari Temple. To get to it you can rent one of the many boats that stand on the pier off the shores of Lake Pheva.

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KI Singh Bridge across the Seti River
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