Prince Harry welcomed in Pokhara

British Prince Harry was accorded a warm welcome when he landed at the Pokhara Airport on Tuesday.

High government officials including the Chief District Officer of Kaski district, Hari Prasad Mainali, received Harry when he arrived at the airport from a Nepali Army helicopter.

From the airport, Prince Harry proceeded towards the British Camp at Lamachaur by car amidst tight security.

British Prince Harry arrives at the Pokhara Airport in Pokhara

British Prince Harry arrives at the Pokhara Airport in Pokhara, on Tuesday, March 22, 2016. Photo: RSS

Prince Harry is scheduled to return to Kathmandu today after participating in different programmes in Pokhara. The Prince arrived at Pokhara for sightseeing, according to the British Embassy, Kathmandu.

British Prince Harry receives the warm welcome from the locals of Gainda VDC

British Prince Harry receives the warm welcome from the locals of Gainda VDC in Lamjung, on Tuesday, March 22, 2016. Photo: RSS

The locals have taken the British prince’s visit to Pokhara as an important occasion.

Early this morning, British Prince also observed the sunrise and eye-catching beauty of the Himalayas from Gaunda in the eastern part of Lamjung district.  Along with that he also enjoyed scenic beauty of Mt Annapurna-II, Mt Machhapuchchhre, Mt Lamjung, Mt Manaslu, Mt Himchuli and Mt LH Lho besides sightseeing.

British Prince Harry embarks on a half-an-hour journey to Okhare by foot from Deurali

British Prince Harry embarks on a half-an-hour journey to Okhare by foot from Deurali of Lamjung, in Gainda VDC of Lamjung, on Tuesday, March 22, 2016. Photo: RSS

After that he arrived at Lamjung, where he was received by the local residents of Gurung and Tamang communities as per their tradition and culture.

Locals help British Prince Harry to try on Bhangra, a traditional costume of Gurung community

Locals help British Prince Harry to try on Bhangra, a traditional costume of Gurung community, in Gainda VDC of Lamjung, on Tuesday, March 22, 2016. Photo: RSS

He there inspected the situation of the quake hit people and also played volleyball with the students of Gaunda Secondary School, one of the quake-ravaged academic institutions in Lamjung.

British Prince Harry playing volleyball with the local students of Gainda Secondary School in Okhare

British Prince Harry playing volleyball with the local students of Gainda Secondary School in Okhare of Lamjung, on Tuesday, March 22, 2016. Photo: RSS

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