Begnas Lake

Begnas Lake is a freshwater lake in Pokhara Lekhnath Metropolis of Kaski district of Nepal located in the south-east of the Pokhara Valley. The lake is the third-largest lake of Nepal and second-largest, after Phewa Lake, among the eight lakes in Pokhara Valley.

It takes around 40 minutes by transport from Pokhara to arrive at the lake. Not a long way from the incensing swarm however incredibly perfect and calm. Since it is visited relatively less, the first magnificence is undisturbed. 

The lake upholds the water system and fisheries. The water level in the lake is managed by a dam developed in 1988 as it changes with the season and on account of utilization for the water system. The weight of the expanding human populace is driving the transformation of the damp zones into land for development.

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