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There is no doubt that Pokhara is much more than a city or a valley but also is one of the best displays of astounding natural beauty. Likewise, there can not be a better place to observe and enjoy this beauty than Fish Tail Lodge which is built on a serene peninsula extending from the base of a densely forested hill into Fewa Lake.

Excitement begins the moment you arrive in the parking lot of the lodge as you will find no pathway or bridge from there to the peninsula which seems to be floating on water. But relax, you will be transferred in a private boat operated by the lodge exclusively for its guests to the accommodation area. Try if you can not to get too overwhelmed because you will find many more reasons to feel lucky for having chosen one of the best locations on earth for vacationing.

Fish Tail Lodge was established in the late sixties aiming to provide ample living space and just the right kind of isolation to travellers who crave for real experiences rather than the luxuries money can buy. The beautifully designed round cottages contain 48 standard and 12 deluxe rooms, a central dining hall, and a spacious bar with an indoor fireplace. Choose from a host of activities like hiking, pony riding, fishing, bird watching, boating, cultural shows, etc. and if you ever need to go out, just ask for the shuttle service.

To make sure that your needs are properly attended to, the front office of Fish Tail Lodge is supervised by two dynamic managers, Tika Dhungel and Kiran Lama. Both Tika and Kiran have been in the hospitality business for more than a decade and have a clear understanding of the responsibilities they are given.

They are friendly and attentive to their guests as well as cooperative towards their subordinates, always ready to pour in their ideas to cope with almost any kind of situation. Tika is fond of music and literature while Kiran is more interested in sport.

The rest of the crew behind the daily operations are also equally hospitable and sincere at work. Together, they work hard to keep alive the reputation that this lodge has earned for decades.