Get on a Paddle Boat to These Luxury Eco-villas

Image credit: Pavilions Hotels & Resorts

Have you ever imagined living in a luxury eco-villa in the Himalayas? You’ll soon be able to fulfil that dream in the near future. Hope on a paddle-boat ride which takes you across Nepal’s Phewa Lake to these villas.

The Pavilions HImalayas Lake View is scheduled to open on 22nd November. You will be able to gain access to the eight villas which are surrounded by rice fields and the towering Annapurna Himalayas. Upon disembarking the paddle boats, travellers can take a short hike along a mountain trail to get to the tents. If you’re more of an adventurer, feel free to go on a five-hour trek from the villa’s sister hotel, the Pavilions Himalayas.

You’ll be pleased to find that you’ll be living in open villas with unobstructed views of the captivating landscape. Take on a variety of outdoor activities such as trekking in the mountains, kayaking in the lake, going on guided walks led by a local naturalist, or simply just relaxing and meditating.

Image credit: Pavilions Hotels & Resorts

When it comes to dining options, the hotel will be serving food made with produce that’s grown at the hotel’s very own organic farm. Feast on both traditional Nepalese cuisine and international dishes, or opt for a lakeside barbeque for a complete camping experience.

The tented villas have been designed with the aim of ensuring the comfort levels of the guests are met and also provide a platform for them to feel close to nature. Choose from the 40 square metre classic villas, 50 square metre grand villas or the 82 square metre royal villas to best suit your needs. With strong beliefs in sustainability and showing support towards the local community, the villas are made with natural and local materials, with floor-to-ceiling, fully-retractable wraparound glass doors, and al fresco rain showers, just to name a few.

You can learn more about the hotel and its special opening offer right here.

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