The Bluebird Hotel

Pardi, Pokhara, Nepal | 5 star hotel
Prices starting from $132.00

Travel Blogs from Pokhara

Everest? ...We'll just take the beer.

A travel blog entry by dont_pannik


... so we go and drink cocktails in a bar by ourselves. The nightlife here is very conservative and everything closes at eleven. We down our last inappropriately named beverage, finish the sheesha and crawl back to bed.

Bump into two of our friends in the morning just as they bundle their rucksacks into a taxi headed in the direction of Everest base camp. We wave them off, then set off on our own trek to the nearest cafe just around the corner. Strenuous.

Poon Hill Trek: Days 4 and 5

A travel blog entry by elcapitan


... To live here amongst the giants, to watch the weather move through and the seasons change here. How magical it must be with a fresh dusting of snow! Then we observe the daily routines of the people - tending crops with the most primitive tools, hauling harvests with oversized baskets strapped to the forehead, planing wood beams and mixing concrete by hand - and we conclude that most likely, they are too focused on simply surviving in this difficult land to pay too much ...

Behind Nepal's impelling facade..

A travel blog entry by lessues


... memorable countries I have visited! Kathmandu city alone has some of the most remarkable UNESCO World Heritage sites I've ever seen, and walking through Nepal's unspoiled mountains and greenery is an unforgettable experience that will undoubtedly leave a mark on you!

As the infamous saying goes: 'What to do in Kathmandu?'

Stay with a local family if you have time, many homestays you can find online or simply ask around shop owners ...

Hiking - Part 2 - Quarrelsome end to a perfect day

A travel blog entry by geofw

... there but there is another pair on display. My ire immediately comes to the surface. I insist I did. Then she asks if I had been trekking? Meaning that I had used them on terrain they were unsuitable for. I tell no, I had not been up Annapurna, only walking I emphasised, showing her the unmarked sole. This makes no difference to her. I ask the boy where his father is, the man who served me when I bought them. He doesn’t know. I see I am not going to get any further ...

There is nothing a good power ballad can't fix

A travel blog entry by laurelstruthers


... but they have also taken me away from the dust and pollution of the city. When I wash my hair the water comes out a lovely sludgy grey colour as a peel layers of accumulated grime from my follicles. Usually, at the end of the day, the dust on my face gives an illusion of a tan! There is always car fumes, smoke, dust and various other types of pollution in the city but less than half an hour outside of the city and the air is clearer. I am in awe of the mountains, sometimes it ...


This 5 star hotel, located on Pardi, Pokhara, is near Phewa Tal, Fewa Tal, Devi's Fall, and Seeing Hands Nepal.
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding