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The Pavilions Himalayas - The Farm

Pumdi-Bhumdi, Ward No 25


Pokhara, Nepal

“Our philosophy is that your entire visit is a retreat from daily life, leaving you with a renewed feeling of well being and peacefulness.” The Pavilions Himalayas - The Farm


Surrounded by marvelous scenery of organic farmland, hills and the Phewa Lake, The Pavilions Himalayas boutique resort The Farm showcases traditional Nepalese village life.

Overlooking the Himalayas in Pokhara, the resort is the perfect location for a relaxing vacation in luxurious eco-friendly villas, as well as for authentic cultural activities, and a good starting point for active adventures.

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  • Overwhelming views of mountain landscape
  • Yoga and meditation
  • Diverse opportunities to relax, go trekking or joining sarafirs into Himalayan regions
  • Luxurious amenities, showcasing authentic Nepalese life
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Rooms & Amenities

The Pavilions Himalayas – The Farm offers 15 spacious villas with a wonderful view of the natural Nepalese landscape.

  • The Pavilions (Classic, Grand, Chalet)
    all villas combine a cozy rustic touch of Nepali style with modern comforts, have an en-suite bathroom and private deck, equipped with a fireplace, free wi-fi and BOSE dock, and iPod
  • The Farmhouse
    with personal kitchen and private dining

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The Pavilions Himalayas the Farm

History & Philosophy

As the latest addition to The Pavilions Collection, the unique organic farm boutique resort The Pavilions Himalayas opened in November 2015.

The plot of Pavilions Himalayas – The Farm was originally chosen to give local farmers an opportunity to re-establish organic farming and move away from commercial farming production.

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Green Initiatives

  • Energy management
  • Regionality
  • Social Engagement
  • Water management
  • Food

Energy management

  • Run exclusively by solar electricity from the own solar panels
  • Cutting electrical consumption without negotiating the mod-cons that are expected by the guests
  • Creating own biogas for use on-site


  • Nearly all building are made of local and natural materials from Nepal to avoid a negative footprint from imported items
  • Diversified organic farming to supply the kitchens and keep imports to a minimum
  • Other products supplied by local farmers
  • Biodegradable soaps and shampoos are created from local herbs at the resort

Social Engagement

  • Sustainable concept: 50% of village community is directly employed; for all others The Pavilions Himalayas will provide training courses to start up their own small enterprises with a micro loan provision to provide the resort with needed products
  • Donations to the community school and health post
  • Own charitable work with Right4Children and The Pavilions Foundation
  • 70% of the profits are to be donated to social activities after the loans have been paid off

Water management

  • Rain water-harvesting tanks providing 50% of the resort’s water needs
  • Recycle of water through wetland plantation tanks
  • Reuse of this water again for the bathroom flushing
  • Each villa has two efficient flatbed solar panels to heat water for the majority of the year
  • The ‘grey water’ from showers, sinks, and bathtubs is treated using natural methods by bio-sand filters and plants and then reused for flushing the toilets and landscaping purposes.
  • The ‘black water’ from the villas flows into a centralized biogas plant, and along with the cattle manure from the farm, methane gas is produced. This gas flows into the main kitchen and is used as fuel to cook food for the resort.
  • For not damaging the wetlands and biogas systems, all soaps and shampoos are biodegradable.
  • Rainwater is integrated into the swimming pool with Himalayan salt, while a salt chlorinator is used to clean the pool water.


  • Fresh organic food is provided by the on-site farm.
  • Milk, meat, staple crops, fruits, and vegetables are farmed within the resort throughout the year, and the villagers are also encouraged to supply local produce, thereby supporting the local economy.
  • The residue manure produced from the biogas plant is used as fertilizers for the fields to grow food.