The Bluebird Hotel

Address: Pardi, Pokhara, Nepal | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Pardi, Pokhara, is near Fewa Tal, Phewa Tal, Devi's Fall, and Seeing Hands Nepal.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Bluebird Hotel Pokhara

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Pokhara


A travel blog entry by emmaandsam on Jan 24, 2015

19 photos

... with very little prep or explanation other than 'keep running' to take off, Sam and I were harnessed up, helmets on and facing the edge of the launch pad. GoPros in hand and strapped to a paragliding hippy we indeed kept
running off the edge of the hill until there was no ground left to run on. You can feel the force of the parachute as it catches in the air current and lifts you up. Then all that's left to do is have a seat ...

Week Four

A travel blog entry by sophiebishop1 on Dec 28, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... A whole bucket of hot water! It was the best wash i've had in a month and it was amazing. We spent our afternoon in a classroom at Mangala teaching a different womens group on Reproductive health, Pregnancy and new born care.

Day 40

The non-ACD day. It's Saturday, which normally means we have a team meeting and one of the clusters well hold an ACD but this week we aren't doing that because in a few days time we'll have our Mid-Phase review. So we spent ...

Sightseeing Pokhara - Heaven on Earth

A travel blog entry by thefantastic on Dec 12, 2014

... washed away. It was a really steep drop down and we couldn't even see the bottom. The mystery of it was solved at our last stop at Seti River Gorge where we could see the bottom - really deep and also the streams of water fall.

The Mahendra Caves was the other nice place. It was a underground and the walk down was filled with Hindu statues in white that looked almost like a Roman bath. But once inside it was dark and very natural. ...

Rest day Pokhara

A travel blog entry by cavrd-nepal1 on Dec 11, 2014

7 photos

... the community. We also saw the uneducated young boys being taught to sew bags and pencil cases for the benefit of both themselves and the camp. We got to wonder around all the individual market stalls, lots of us bought plenty of souvenirs to take home! Seeing how these people live on such basic necessities made us very grateful for what we have back at home. After our visit, we all split ...

Pokhara break after the first trek.

A travel blog entry by figiel on Nov 27, 2014

... at the table went very quiet as it took all my will power not to tell them exactly what I thought of the situation. I excused myself from the group and wandered back to the hotel. I will skip the details, but you have to do what you have to do to minimise the fallout. It was nervous night awaiting the worst. Having survived the night unscathed, i said a mental prayer to the "porcelain-bus" Gods. Another cross against me on my superstitious list ...