MeMe Pokhari Nepal

Meme pokhari is among one of the breathtaking sites in Lamjung which is considered to be blessed by Lord Shiva. This pokhari is a sacred location for devotees like Hindus and Buddhists, however, recently, it has become quite famous among many foreigners.

Meme pokhari is situated at 4800m above the sea level and during the time of Janai Purnima, people around this area reach worship and offer their homage.

Religious Importance

It’s a three day trip from the Lamjung and the trekking route of meme pokhari will definitely astound you with its nature and evergreen lush of hills. Meme pokhari is Western Nepal, Lamjung which is the home of several beautiful mountains, rivers, and forests.

During the Janai Purnima people all over from Lamjung visits this pokhari in order to worship Lord Shiva. Furthermore, just above the Meme pokhari, there is another pokhari called Dudh pokhari which is the highest point lake of Lamjung.

Less Known Around The Region

Although in recent years Meme pokhari has drawn some attention to tourism but considering its beauty we have to say that it is still one of the unearth tourism attractions around the Western part of Nepal.

Nowadays many local people have started local businesses around which enables tourists to enjoy sound accommodation.

Features Of Meme Pokhari

The journey to Meme pokhari lets you behold the beauty of Mount Annapurna including Dhaulagiri Himalayan Range, and Manaslu Himalayan Range. Evidently Meme pokhari trekking allows to see the secrets of Lamjung which is one of the three districts of Nepal with the greatest elevation differences.

The region has Middle Hills (43%), High Mountains (39%), and the Himalaya (18%) in an area of 1,692 sq. km. With an elevation range from 500 m to 7,690 m within a distance of 50 km.

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