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Green Living

The lodge has a serious approach to sustainable tourism, having the following initiatives:

Minimum Impact

The following activities are held to promote minimum impact from our lodge and our extra activities:

  • Restoring our cultural architecture, at Chhahari all of our architectural design reflect the traditional Nepalese style.
  • Bordering with the national park, at Chhahari, we planted more trees and fruits, to blend with the Park Forest, creating a buffer zone between the national park and the expanding city.
  • At Chhahari, we compose all our organic disposal, hence creating manure for our organic vegetable garden.
  • Unspoiled Water has been brought from the national park to reduce the consumption of Gov. Water because of the shortage in the supply for the population.
  • At Chhahari, we have left no soil untouched, and unturned; we have made maximum use of the soil.
  • We use solar water heating for all bathrooms.
  • We are also using solar powered battery as an alternative source of power, against the power cuts of the Gov. Supply.
  • At Chhahari, we use CFL & LED bulb to save energy.
  • We used wide windows and roof air-escapes in our rooms to provide a better air circulation and lighting inside the rooms.
  • Use of biodegradable cleaning products, likes Citronella Oil, Lemon Grass oil.
  • We reuse the shampoo and soap containers used in the bathrooms.
  • All the Pathways are lit by automatic timer Solar Power light.
  • Use of organic vegetable garden to plant most of our ingredient used in our menu.
  • We do not bulk buy, because it creates wastage. Since we are small accommodation lodge, we are able to control our purchases.
  • We request guest to minimize the use of water, and to turn off electricity when not in use.
  • Rational use of towels and linen to avoid waste of water and energy
  • Staff training programs related to the rational use of resources and conservation of energy
  • Use of organic fruits and vegetables when available
  • Personalized guest experience with low impact through the limited number of only 10 rooms
  • No feeding wildlife at no circumstances to avoid disturbance in the ecosystem while hiking in the Shivapuri National Park
  • Use of regional plants in the landscape design to prevent disturbance in the flora


What People Say About Us

It was so good to relax and enjoy your lovely retreat. The flowers and surroundings are wonderful. The meals were tasty. Thanks so much for your hospitality.

- Anne