After a bumpy bus tour I arrived at Pokhara. What a difference with Kathmandu and what a beautiful lake!


Not a lot of yoga studios with a schedule of different styles. Some hostels/guesthouses organize classes, mostly when they have a teacher as guest/volunteer (see below). Check out the flyers. (Info as is begin November 2017)

Yoga & treks


To stay

I stayed in Nepalaya Eco hostel, a wonderful hostel with a huge yoga vibes and daily classes (on donation base). It’s in Lakeside center. However the most retreat centers are in the North of the lake, so keep that in mind.

To eat/drink

Also here: the more tourists,the more expensive. Main courses start at $1 for a chow men (noodles) at a non touristic place until $5 for a main course at OR2K.

  • Natural mystic – cafe at the lake. Owned by a French-Nepali couple. The menu is a combination of these kitchens. Relaxed atmosphere. MIGHT BE CLOSED 🙁
  • The Juicery cafe – juices and nice salades and other meals
  • OR2K – here they have the same menu as in Pokhara. Nice food but too expensive


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