Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge
Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge offers responsible conservation and regenerative tourism through conscious luxury travel with its premises 1,000 feet above the Pokhara Valley in Nepal.
Role in programme(s):
Global Tourism Plastics Initiative
In the framework of the Global Tourism Plastics Initiative, the Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge commits to:
- Taking action to eliminate problematic and unnecessary plastic items and packaging
- from their rooms and service areas by 2020
- from their bathrooms and logistics by 2021
- as well as from their food and drink services by 2022.
- Taking action to move from single-use towards re-use models by introduce reusable solutions in rooms, bathrooms, food and drink services and service areas by 2021 with the aim to move away from all single use and unnecessary plastics by 2022.
- Increasing the amount of recycled content by segregating all waste, taking plastic waste to local traditional waste recyclers and engaging more closely with them to address recycling processes.
- Reducing overall volume of plastic to recycling and converting to increased compostable plastic usage throughout their business by 2025.
Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action in Tourism
Tiger Mountain stands four square in it’s commitment to the Glasgow Declaration as a pioneering regenerative tourist lodge in the Nepal Himalaya. We are transitioning to EVs among other routine actions and already have made significant reductions in CO2e. The Himalaya are at the forefront of climate change as the third pole and the impacts are starkly visible from the lodge.