Gupteshwor Mahadev cave is located in ward number 17 of Pokhara metropolitan city. The place is in opposite side of the Chhorepatan road from the front gate of Davis Fall entrance. It is the combination of Davis fall in the upstream and the cave in the downstream. It is considered a sacred location by Hindus and is reported to be Nepal’s longest cave, measuring 2950 meters.

It is historically significant as the location where pilgrims worship Lord Shiva. Many Shrines and statues of Shiva and other Hindu Divinities may be seen within the dark cave. Mahadev and Parvati, as well as Nageswor and Saraswati, are among them. Inside the cave, there is a Shiva Temple where photographing is absolutely prohibited and security guards are present. One of the biggest Shivaling where devotees pay reverence to Lord Shiva, is the main attraction of this cave. Aside from the Holy Temple, the long, deep, and dark tunnel offers a wonderful opportunity to see natural wonders in their most natural state.