The Pavilions Himalayas, is an example to our team, our guests and
the local community. While it would be a unique luxurious back-to-
nature experience, it had to be a sustainable and without detriment
to the surrounding area.
With nature as our closest neighbour, our solutions include solar
energy, harvesting rainwater, creating biogas for use on site
and making biodegradable signature toiletries from natural
Nepalese ingredients. With the aim to avoid imported produce, we
farm organically, to supply the kitchens.
Our goal is that 50 percent of families in our village can enjoy direct,
sustainable employment within the resort, while the other 50
percent of farmers can learn an additional skill and develop their
own businesses that can provide us with the quantities of produce
We also make donations to the community school and health post as
well as managing our own charitable work
under Right4Children and The Pavilions Foundation. We have
various other give-back goals for the future.
Our ultimate objective is that The Pavilions Himalayas is a social
business where we provide a large majority of our net profits to our
various social activities which the co owner's Douglas and
Insuba have been engaged in collectively for the past twenty years.
The Pavilions Himalayas features three types of eco-friendly villas.
Each villa offers spectacular views of the peaceful natural landscape,
including the majestic Annapurna mountains and the forrested hills.
All our spacious villas showcase a classic Nepalese design in a rustic
setting with modern comforts of home.