Hotel Eagle Nest

Address: Lakeside Gaurighat, Pokhara, 977, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lakeside Gaurighat, Pokhara, is near Fewa Tal, Phewa Tal, Gupteswar Gupha, and Seeing Hands Nepal.
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        • Restaurant
        • Bar/lounge


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Kitchenette
        • Free parking


        • Room service

        TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Eagle Nest Pokhara

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Pokhara

        Week 4: Pokhara

        A travel blog entry by danmottau on Aug 03, 2014

        3 comments, 9 photos

        ... absolutely jammed my week full of activities. To kick things off, I went on a full day rafting expedition today. The group got driven three hours out of Pokhara, back toward Kathmandu, to jump into a big blue floaty and get pummelled and soaked by 21KMS of the incredible River Seti. Describing it won't do it justice, so instead I have attached another video so you can see for yourself. Once we arrived downriver we were met by a delicious lunch of, you guessed it, Dahl Bhat. Though on ...

        Rhonda's birthday

        A travel blog entry by lee62 on Jul 19, 2014

        11 photos

        ... the lake. At our 2/5 mark we came across a man who was selling water and pop. He laughed so hard as Anita once again ,swearing , pulled leeches from between her toes. After our small break we continued to climb , slip and maybe swear a little bit more when we heard Julie ask if we were almost there, followed by,,,"you have got be kidding, what is so peaceful about getting to the peace pagoda?" We asked about snakes and were told yes , be careful as they are all ...

        GVI Nepal

        A travel blog entry by lee62 on Jul 12, 2014

        5 photos

        ... with factory wastes but human wastes as well as human remains as people use the river banks as a place in which to cremate . Ashes etc are then placed into the river as they below the river a holy place. Cows and monkeys are considered holy in the Hindu religion. People have cows and goats for milk. The reason there are so many cows is once the cow is past her ability to give milk she will be freed to wander as it does not make sense to feed an animal that can not produce. ...

        That Time I Threw Up In A Bush

        A travel blog entry by elcapitan on Jun 09, 2014

        6 comments, 11 photos

        ... me from my sleep. After a visit to the bathroom, I tried to lay back down and fall back to sleep, but that wasn't happening. The pains were getting stronger and I was watching the clock count down to the last possible second before I had to get ready to embark on an 8 hour journey via bus. I showered, got dressed, packed and laid on the bed as Brian brought me a pancake to choke down. I knew I had to make a decision, so I weighed my options - stay here to wallow in ...

        Back from Trekking (Annapurna Base Camp)

        A travel blog entry by kaybee on May 01, 2014

        40 photos

        ... This wrong decision costed me 2-3 hours and I hiked up almost half way to Landruk before realizing that I was on the wrong trek. I screamed out loud and walked back to the suspension bridge. Due to this detour I was completely out of energy, as I only had a light breakfast and no more water. A coke at New Bridge reloaded my batteries. Cant imagine I ever felt that exhausted before.
        In the end I made it out safely and was on a cab back to Pokhara with a big, wide smile on my face…