Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge

Pokhara, Nepal

A boutique property set on a hilltop above Pokhara in western Nepal with spectacular Himalayan views. Tiger Mountain Lodge has been acclaimed for its commitment to eco-tourism and offers the perfect base from which to enjoy the stunning local landscape.

At a Glance

  • Dramatic views over the Annapurna Range

  • 30 minutes from Pokhara

  • Lovely infinity swimming pool

  • The best quality rooms in and around Pokhara and ideal for those wanting a mountain experience without the need to trek

  • Wonderful cuisine served with mountain views

Honeymoon, Adventure, Off the beaten track, Culture

Insider's View

Excellent for resting after a walk in the Annapurna Region.

Daniel Smith

Insider's View

Head to the bar area for a few pre-dinner drinks, it's a great place to relax and share stories, plus you get tasty fresh nibbles to enjoy.

Jack Mace

Insider's View

Whilst you can visit Pokhara from this property I recommend staying close to the property and taking part in a whole host of local  act ivies which will show you an authentic Nepal!

Emma Mark

Insider's View

Everyone will tell you to wake early but do ! The view from the swimming pool at sunrise is worth it - if there is no wind you can get the most incredible photograph with the Mountain range reflected in the swimming pool

Julie Geyton

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Tiger Mountain Lodge is situated 10km outside Pokhara in an incredible position overlooking the Annapurna range and the Pokhara Valley. The lodge is surrounded by natural gardens of fruit trees, shrubs and bamboo providing a haven for wildlife including over 275 species of butterflies.

There are only eighteen rooms here, making it a quiet and exclusive place to stay and perfect for relaxation after a trek. Every room is incredibly private and has its own veranda with spectacular views of either the valley or the Annapurnas. Rooms are elegantly decorated with Tibetan hand woven carpets and other local artifacts. Please note, WiFi is only available in the main lodge which allows guests to unwind and totally disconnect.

Both Nepali and Continental food is served in the main dining room and many of the ingredients are grown organically in the gardens of the property.

A range of massage treatments are available in the comfort of your own room. Personal yoga sessions and meditation training are also offered to totally relax and unwind. For those wanting to do nothing there is a spectacular infinity pool looking out to the mountains or for the more active there are plenty of local walks around the property as well as the opportunity to head down to Pokhara for some sightseeing. This area is also great for birdwatching and its wildlife.


Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge offers eighteen rooms in stone bungalows which blend harmoniously into the natural surroundings. Rooms are furnished with either twin or king size beds and feature spacious verandas overlooking awe inspiring Himalaya. Built of hand-cut stone, the cottage rooms provide welcoming, understated seclusion with cool slate and parquet floors, rich Tibetan rugs, handmade wood furniture, and original artwork. Large windows and glass double doors maximize the glorious views of the amazing location.


Facilities at the hotel include an infinity swimming pool, airy dining room, terraces for eating al fresco. The bar, seating areas and cosy fireplace are all centerd around a Nepalese courtyard. The lounge is fantastic with unique collection of Himalayan mountaineering literature and photographs belonging to the late Col. J.O.M. Roberts.


The hotel offers complimentary walking, birdwatching, butterfly watching and sightseeing. Activities at an additional charge include microlite flights to get a totally different perspective of the mountain landscape and spa therapies which can be enjoyed in the privacy of your own room.

Location & Directions

Pokhara, Nepal

Situated on a spectacular hilltop ridge a thousand feet (305m) above the Pokhara Valley, it has panoramic mountain views of Machhapuchhare, and three of the world's 8,000m (> 26,000ft) Himalayan peaks, Dhaulagiri, Annapurna and Manaslu, in western Nepal.

When to go

Nepal has a Monsoonal climate with four main seasons. Fall and spring are the two most favourable seasons for visiting Nepal. Fall (September to early December) brings in clear weather with sunny days and warm nights. Spring (March to May) with occasional rain falls. From June to September, is the monsoon season. Uncomfortable time to visit as the climate of Nepal at this time of year brings about hot weather and rain falls almost every day.

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