Tranquility and luxury in the beautiful Himalayas


Facilities & services

  • 14 villas with private terraces
  • Family cottage
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Gym


  • Trekking
  • Birdwatching
  • Farm activities

Nestled in a tranquil valley near the banks of a meandering mountain-fed river, sits The Pavilions Himalayas. Set against the backdrop of the epic mountain range, this eco-sensitive resort is the perfect place to relax while enjoying Nepal’s outstanding natural beauty. Dedicated to the sustainability of the natural environment and benefiting the lives of the local people, The Pavilions Himalayas is involved in several projects and programmes.

The 14 spacious villas, completely powered by solar energy, are spread across organic farmland, combining traditional charm with modern luxury. From your private terrace, you can admire the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas and immerse yourself within the quiet and peaceful way of life in the countryside.

For those wanting a little more independence, there’s a family cottage located within the village, which comes with its own garden and kitchen. The great outdoors beckons, and you can choose to spend your time trekking, birdwatching or exploring the nearby Phewa Lake.

For when you want to simply sit back and relax, head to the spa or outdoor pool, and when hunger strikes, the Clubhouse serves authentic Nepali cuisine with much of the produce grown on-site.

Positive Impact

Eco-friendly activities

This luxury resort has an eco-friendly outlook, and is fully solar-powered, harvests rainwater, creates biogas for use on its grounds and makes biodegradable signature toiletries from natural Nepalese ingredients. Dishes produced on-site  feature ingredients, which are organically farmed.

Founder of the Child Welfare Scheme

The owner of the resort founded the Child Welfare Scheme to address the dire circumstances in which he found Nepal’s impoverished children living while he was on a trekking holiday. He has designed and manages innumerable projects that have changed the lives of over 800,000 disadvantaged Nepalese children. Some of his projects have included early childhood and education centres, child protection radio and art programmes, safe homes for abused woman and children, a vocational school for hospitality training, earthquake rebuilding and a primary health clinic.

Founder of Right4Children

Right4Children (R4C) is a Pokhara-based NGO dedicated to improving the lives and living standards of disadvantaged children, youth and their families. Established in January 2013, R4C’s actions are oriented towards assisting such children and young people through the programmes and services that they feel RIGHT for them, in making their hopes and dreams come true.



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