Hotel Tragopan Pvt.Ltd.

Ratnapuri, Pokhara, Nepal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pokhara

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

A travel blog entry by dont_pannik


... up the ladder above our heads and onto the roof. In situations like this, one has to resign themselves to fate and goodwill. Numerous times we have had no way of knowing that we are on the right bus or train, except for the faith that we would have been kicked off by now if we weren't. Local people are only ever too obliging to push us in some direction, and we just have to trust them. It's exciting and terrifying at the same time; knowing that we have a ten ...

Poon Hill Trek: Days 4 and 5

A travel blog entry by elcapitan


... and Phewa Lake. BJ drops us off at our hotel and we say goodbye, thanking him immensely for a magnificant experience. We take long, hot showers, get caught up on laundry and soon are at our new hotel, nestled in beautiful tropical gardens and looking out over an impossibly gorgeous panorama of lake, city, foothills and snow mountains. This peace and serenity is magical after the arduous trek. But my mind soon drifts across the lake where a very different scene is ...

Namaste Pokhara

A travel blog entry by anaketa


... too. Slowly, we started to go up on the hill, and suddenly, just behind the trees that some minutes before were hiding our sigh, a world appeared: several green fields of rice and other cultivations were spread all over around the houses perched on the hill, and the whole Pokhara showed to us, really extended far away. During our staying, we have been mostly in the lake side area, because it's the touristic part and there are lots of things to do, first ...


A travel blog entry by ileana25


The last three days of the trek were easy 2 to 3 hours a day of walk (had still many stairs in front of me) and the views were stunning. The villages were so tiny and the local people so friendly. We walked through forests, rivers, farms, rice terraces and much more. We are now back to the city, but looking forward to go back to the mountains and the fresh ...

Hiking - Part 1 - Going up is easy

A travel blog entry by geofw

... the Rhododendron Forest.

I set off around lunchtime and by now it was hot. I had walked about an hour and after surveying various places that offered to sell food but hardly ever did, I spied one that was clearly in business because there were customers sitting in the bamboo huts at the rear. What’s more there was a fire burning in the kitchen area. As I approached, I saw a woman mixing a large quantity of small fish with herbs and chillies in a big metal ...


This hotel, located on Ratnapuri, Pokhara, is near Fewa Tal, Phewa Tal, Seeing Hands Nepal, and Gupteswar Gupha.
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