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&Beyond is the world's leader in luxury experiential travel and safaris. Our roots are in Africa and South Asia, where we run 33 magical safari lodges and camps in the most breathtaking parts of the continent and, through this, sustain hundreds of rural communities and millions of acres of precious, sometimes endangered wildlife land.
Tucked away amidst a spectacular rural mountain setting is the delightfulTiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge.
Situated just a half hour drive from Pokhara, this beautiful retreat combines the convenience of being just a stone’s throw away from the city with the solitude of being in the breathtaking mountainside. Guests can unwind in a charmingly comfortable room, which is arranged amongst others in a cluster of cottages resembling a Nepali village. Each room has a lovely ensuite bathroom and a private veranda that offers exceptional Himalayan views. The main guest areas include a bar area (perfect for unwinding after a successful day of sightseeing) and dining room where daily table d’hôte menus are served and feature a range of Nepali dishes and continental specialities made from local fresh ingredients and home-grown herbs and garden salads.
The gem of this lodge is its award-winning swimming pool. Adventures include bird walks and day hikes through the forests and villages (escorted by trained local guides), paragliding, micro-light flights, golf and various cultural excursions. You can unwind with a session of yoga or meditation and then top it off with a soul-soothing Ayurvedic or shiatsu massage therapy.
Why &Beyond Recommends This Property
Combine rich history, ancient temples and the relic of a love story that has lasted through the ages with thrilling wildlife encounters.
The Dwarika’s Hotel, in Kathmandu, offers an authentic experience of Nepal’s ancient cultural heritage
Steeped in history, the capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu dates back to close to over 200 years, and has over 130 important monuments.
Until as late as the seventies, the now thriving Pokhara was known as a small bazaar town, by its very few visitors.
Chitwan translates to “heart of the jungle”. The very first of Nepal’s national parks lies 175 kilometers south-west of Kathmandu.