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Annapurna Eco-Village

Dhital 8 Astam, Pokhara 33700 Nepal
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#20 of 378 B&Bs / Inns in Pokhara
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This is a unique eco-friendly family-run mountain resort providing a traditional Nepali cultural experience with the comforts of modern day western style amenities. At the village one enjoys 360 degree panoramic views of the Appapurna and Manaslu mountain ranges, Pokhara valley and the surrounding countryside. Local organic vegetables and homemade food, yoga, meditation, sightseeing, trekking, no permits and tims required. Access by jeep and by foot.
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English, Hindi, Japanese, Nepali
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Stann wrote a review Mar 2021
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If you are looking for a special getaway, then the Annapurna Eco-Village is the place to go. We were warmly welcomed by the Adhikari family on the very first step that we made on their village. Besides the amazing eco-tea, their smiles warmed up my heart immediately and made me feel like home. You would think that there wouldn't be anything much to do in a village, but we did a lot. Since the food and drink are all grown by themselves in their own farm, we learned all about on how all their food are grown. Everything was organic, fresh and super delicious. they even taught us how to cook our favorite dishes on their menu. They also explained how they filter the water from rain or springs, the use of solar power, and using the heat energy from the campfire through the pipes below. I was mind-blown! This village can really sustain itself and really is the epitome of reuse, reduce, and recycle. Other than that, all the rooms are all clean, nice and super cozy. There is a yoga hall that you can use for your practice and meditation. They have the perfect place to view the mountains and all the greens to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The trekking that we did was really fun and refreshing. Your mind will be at peace straight away and your whole being will be revitalized with the freshness of the air. Trust me when I say that they do the very best they can to make your stay as comfortable and best that it can be. From the bottom of my heart, my sincere thanks to Grandma Balu Maya, Bishwo and Goma, Bednidhi and Malari, Purna and Kavita, and Milan for our amazing stay!
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Date of stay: March 2021
sumsarch wrote a review Jan 2021
Bengaluru, India14 contributions2 helpful votes
I can write full book on natural beauty of this place. Whole Himalayan range is breathtaking and one can fall in love with this special view of Machapuchre and Annapurna. This is the best homestay we have ever experienced in our life. I stayed there for 15days with my family and experience was awesome. Excellent location, Excellent hospitality, very clean and calm place. They treat us as their own relatives. One must definitely visit this scenic place.
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Date of stay: December 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
cleansheets1957 wrote a review Dec 2020
26 contributions33 helpful votes
Perched on top of a mountain with all round views a friendly welcome awaits you. Accommodation is simple but comfortable and affordable . There is nothing that the family can not do to help you enjoy your stay. Go there by jeep or four wheel vehicle.. Recommended .
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Date of stay: December 2020Trip type: Traveled with friends
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JohnPSil wrote a review Nov 2020
Silsden, United Kingdom11 contributions8 helpful votes
As a trustee of Kids at School in Nepal, I’ve visited this heavenly place a number if times during our annual visits. The hosts run a fabulous escape. Such a relaxing refuge from busy Pokhara and an ideal place to relax weary limbs after a strenuous trek. The views are stunning, the food delicious and the hospitality superb. This is one of my favourite places ever visited - an amalgam of warmth, comfort and nature. Sitting on the balcony at breakfast watching the eagles soaring on thermals, and sitting round a warming wood fire in the evening with the companionship of other visitors is the stuff of precious memories. Thank you so much to the wonderful family whose hard work makes this sheer heaven.
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Date of stay: December 2019
Angela S wrote a review Oct 2020
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Annapurna Eco-Village was one of the highlights of my trip to Nepal. It is surrounded by farms in the foothills above Pokhara. The owners are welcoming and accommodating. It is a good birdwatching spot for rural birds and soaring vultures. The restaurant prepares fresh vegetarian food, much of it from their own garden and dairy cows. It’s not expensive either, reflecting the owners focus on providing a great guest experience rather than taking advantage of their isolated location. There are also yoga and massages offered onsite, which complement the relaxing experience. However, be aware that they actually try to be environmentally friendly; it’s not just a slogan to attract Western tourists. There are no plastic water bottles. There is a natural water purification system onsite instead. All the electricity is solar-powered, which means the electricity could run out if the guests aren’t resourceful with their energy use. There is cold running water in the units. The hot water is provided by a solar-powered water tank outside, so if you want hot water for bathing, you need to fill up a bucket and go get it. Hint: The running water comes from the mountains in the picture; it is really cold! I don’t think there is heating or air conditioning in the rooms either. (The weather was mild when I was there.) I don’t want to discourage anyone from going, just be aware of what to expect. Annapurna Eco-Village really made me appreciate what it means to live a sustainable lifestyle.
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Date of stay: November 2019
$23 - $28 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
NepalWestern RegionGandaki ZonePokhara
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Frequently Asked Questions about Annapurna Eco-Village
Which popular attractions are close to Annapurna Eco-Village?
Nearby attractions include Sarangkot (4.1 miles), Bat Cave (4.4 miles), and Pandeli Park, Sarangkot (4.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Annapurna Eco-Village?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, free parking, and airport transportation.
What food & drink options are available at Annapurna Eco-Village?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Annapurna Eco-Village?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Annapurna Eco-Village?
Conveniently located restaurants include Happy Camper, Epic Burgers Pokhara, and 9 Hills Restro.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Annapurna Eco-Village?
Yes, guests have access to a yoga room during their stay.
Does Annapurna Eco-Village have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Annapurna Eco-Village offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are pets allowed at Annapurna Eco-Village?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Annapurna Eco-Village?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Hindi, Japanese, and Nepali.
Does Annapurna Eco-Village have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.