Three to four hours walk from Ghandruk – and about the same distance from the bee-keeping village of Majgaun – lies an idyllic place to rest and take photographs.
You sit on the terrace outside the main lodge and wonder at the awesome nature of planet Earth. Before you the mighty Annapurnas march off into the distance, the mountain winds blowing white clouds from their peaks, like giant puffs of smoke. To one side of you the valley, carpeted in dark green trees plunges into a mist-obscured abyss. Despite the bright sunlight the air is cold, clear, bracing you for the next leg of your incredible journey through some of Nepal’s most picturesque mountains.
Make La Bee Lodge one of the stopping points on the itinerary of your tailor-made holiday to Nepal and not only will you wake up refreshed, you will have an incredible store of memories and photographic images to remind you of an unrivalled experience.
La Bee Lodge, at a glance
- Lodge in the typical Nepalese architectural idiom with a crescent of green and white terraced bungalows facing majestic mountains
- Choice of 12 extremely comfortable rooms with twin beds and modern en suite facilities
- Contemporary, simple yet stylish interior design with parquet wooden floors, bedside uplighters and vaulted, raftered ceilings
- Terrace with jaw-dropping views of the Annapurnas
- Complimentary down jackets, warm hats, gloves and crocs included
- Dining room with picture windows, serving a selection of local and international dishes
For leisure and pleasure
- Standing close to Landruk Village – 5379 feet up in the Annapurnas – home to a Gurung community, more famously called Gurkhas
- Absolutely awesome walking, trekking and photographic opportunities with mighty mountains and plunging valleys on all sides
- Three to four hours’ walk from either Ghandruk or Majguan so the perfect place to break your trek between the two
- Local drinks served during happy hour (between 6pm and 7pm)