annapurna region

Landruk Lodge

5,377 ft
outdoor seating with mountain view
lodge overview

When the fog lifts in the vale, a feeling of spiritual other-worldliness pervades at La Bee.

what to expect


Annapurna RegionLandruk Lodge

Landruk lies on the opposite side of the Modi Khola Valley from Ghandruk—meaning you have to walk down, cross the suspension bridge, and back up. Half way up the mountainside, the freshly built La Bee lodge is a crescent of green and white terraced bungalows in classic Nepalese style.

outdoor seating with mountain view
lodge exterior
lodge room exterior


twin bedroom
lodge room exterior
bathroom with shower
Modern, Comfortable Interiors

Twelve contemporary and comfortable rooms are furnished with twin beds, modern, black-slate en suite bathrooms, and terraces with jaw-dropping Annapurna views. Design features include parquet wood floors, bedside up-lights, and vaulted, rafted ceilings.


Dining With Views

The pleasures at La Bee Lodge are simple: A fireside gin and tonic in a cozy dining room with picture windows; a delicious chef-made meal; being woken by the happy clink of a tea tray at your door, and the pink morning glow on the Himalayas; breakfast at a sunny outdoor table; yoga amid neat gardens with views that will capture your heart.

mountain village
dining area

Experiences Nearby

honey hunter by the mountain

In Spring and Autumn, visitors gather to witness honey-hunting locals in their daring collection of wild nectar from beehives on perilous cliff faces in the deep Modi Khola.

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gurung dancing

The insistent drumbeat echoes under the starlit sky as Gurung ladies sway to its rhythm, in red velvet tops with heavy beads, nose rings and big gold earrings framing bold smiles.

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La Bee is the perfect spot for a body and soul cleansing yoga retreat. Nearby Landruk is a typical village of the Gurung people—aka the proud Gurkhas. It is famous for its honey hunters who climb up flimsy bamboo ladders to collect honeycomb from sheer cliff faces.


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