For those looking for a different level of adventure, the Bat cave or Chamero Gufa in Pokhara is just perfect. As the name suggests, it is where one can find thousands of bats thriving in the dark, gloomy and moist chambers of the cave. These are mostly Horseshoe Bats, and they are found clinging upside down on the ceilings of the cool (chilly even) and dingy caves. If one's up for it, they can even explore the complete cave (which takes about 10 minutes) till the end and wiggle their way through a narrow shaft to reach the surface. This cave could get extremely confined, so those who have claustrophobia might want to rethink their visit.
Entry fee is around NPR 150, and you will be given a torch along with it. You can also get a guide for NPR 300 who will take you through the cave. There is one exit point of the cave which is narrow and the cave can get really slippery so be careful.
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