Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge

Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge

Find your personal mountaintop at this restorative retreat

Ascend to your mountain-top haven and take a moment to immerse yourself in the majestic Himalayan landscape. Perched on a ridge outside Pokhara, central Nepal, Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge is an ideal place to relinquish your stress and sink into a deeper understanding of yourself and the natural world. The tranquil, hand-cut stone cottage rooms are furnished with rich Tibetan rugs and original artwork: there is no shortage of simple luxury in this Himalayan oasis.

 

Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge is more than a spiritual retreat. The lodge engages with the local community on social and environmental matters, with locally-grown authentic Nepali cuisine offering another great way to immerse yourself in Nepal’s culture. You can rest assured that your stay here will replenish your spirit and the world around you.

Highlights & Activities

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Village to Village Walks
Wander through the Annapurna foothills on a guided walk with local staff from Tiger Mountain, offering cultural exploration of local communities or a close-up look into the mountain’s surrounding nature and agriculture.
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Waterfowl Monitoring
Guides at Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge have been conducting a census of the various lakes in the Pokhara Valley since 2005, with data is sent to Bird Conservation Nepal and thence to Birdlife International.
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Butterfly Monitoring
Butterflies can be an important indicator of healthy ecosystems. Join the guides at the lodge in their butterfly survey within the lodge compound, where over 260 species of butterflies have been recorded to date.
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Convene with the roof of the world
Rise at sunrise for a meditation in view of the Annapurna range and 3rd tallest peak on earth.

Regenerative Impact

Tiger Mountain Pokhara believes in tourism with a conscience and are pioneers of responsible conservation tourism.

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Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge prioritizes all appointments for job applicants from the immediate community and raises understanding of responsible tourism within the community, such as litter and refuse management. The lodge has also installed public water taps to provide a reasonable water supply to the local people. 87% of staff have been with the lodge for over 20 years.
Working with the local community and respecting the region’s environment, Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge has kept the lodge grounds in their natural state in order to support the habitat for the birds, butterflies and other native animals.The lodge also monitors local waterfowl and butterflies and provides census data for further conservation. It currently maintains a bird and butterfly checklist.
The lodge supports the Community Forest User Group to regenerate local forest environment including wages for a community forest ranger. Further, in conjunction with the International Trust for Nature Conservation, the lodge aims to combine non-timber forest product development in conjunction with longer-term community forest management practices under the Shillinge Project.
Pokhara Lodge is a member of Pack for a Purpose, an initiative that allows travellers to donate educational supplies to local schools and make a lasting impact in the destination community. The lodge’s and guests’ donations have supported the rebuilding of Amar Jyoti Secondary School, providing facilities beyond that available from the local government education budget.

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Hotel Location

Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge

Perched 1,000 feet above the Pokhara Valley with a spectacular Himalayan backdrop, Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge provides a perfect haven, the essence of tranquillity. Ideal for guests pre- and post-trek, or for those wishing to take day walks exploring local communities, bird-watching, gentle exercise, or just to relax in a typical Nepalese rural setting.

Hotel Address

Pokhara, Nepal

Closest Airport

Pokhara Airport

Travel Time From Airport

The hotel is a 25-minute drive from Pokhara Airport

RT+ Membership Perks

Receive $99 travel credit towards a 3 minimum night stay

– Special amenities in room (Kettle, Nepalese organic tea, selection of homemade snacks, mixed spice nuts, furandana, namkeen and similar)
– Special Lavanya Luxury Ayurveda or Wildearth toiletries set

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