Perched on a hilltop ridge, Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge offers a tranquil retreat with awe-inspiring views of the Annapurna mountain range. Experience the tranquillity of the Himalaya, only half hour away from the bustle of the city.
Located in western Nepal, the lodge was opened by Sir Edmund Hilary. Unwind in one of the 18 rooms across the 13 hand-cut stone bungalows resembling a Nepali village dotted around bamboo and fruit trees. Each features a private veranda where your morning tea or coffee can be savoured facing the mountains. The locally made furniture is complemented by Luke Piper’s watercolour paintings.
In the central building you will find the bar in the Nepali-style courtyard. The dining room and terrace are the preferred locations for alfresco three-course dining made from local ingredients and home-grown herbs and garden salads.
Set on the route trekked by King Charles III in 1980, discover the surrounding landscape through short and long hikes. With the help of locally trained guides, explore the hidden villages. If in search of adventure, go paragliding with the snow-covered peaks as your backdrop and eagles as flight companions. For a more relaxed approach, take in the views from the saltwater pool or while having a Ayurvedic massage in the comfort of your room.
Focused on responsible and regenerative tourism, Tiger Mountain has won the PATA Heritage and Culture Gold Award. As part of the Pack for a Purpose initiative, guests are encouraged to give back to the community through the donation of school materials.