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Nameri Eco Camp

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Bengaluru, India
Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

Four of us decided make this trip. The total trip duration was nine days (13.05.2017 to 20.05.2017). After going through Trip Advisor earlier postings, we engaged an Innova Crysta from Nayan Kalita (Mobile No 7086077901). The negotiated Innova rate for 8 days was Rs 35,000 @ Rs 5K for 5 Days in hills + 4K for 3 days in plains...

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Reviewed 5 days ago NEWvia mobile

This small eco park is located on tezpur-tenga highway. It is home to log of bird species. N most prominent being the great Indian hornbill. A birdwatchers paradise also offers picturesque view of Himalayas n fun filled picnic on the river bank. The eco park in itself offers a no of rooms to stay n had enough open space to...

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Chennai (Madras), India
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a proper eco camp with tents (overall we saw about 13 of them). The location is amazing and all the nice photos dont do justice to the greenery The tents are well appointed and spacious, One tent was good enough to fit about 10 of us for a couple of hours of playing cards :) The cottages are...

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Thank oorsuthis
Mumbai
Reviewed 1 week ago

Nameri Eco Camp does a great job of providing all the amenities one would expect of a budget resort but packaged in a camp. The tents are comfortable and clean with electricity. they have attached bathrooms which have individual hot water geysers and western style toilets. The kitchen serves up simple but delicious meals - both veg and non veg....

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Thank abhaymaskara
Mumbai,India
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A wonderful place to stay and ideal location for a day trip to go on a walking trip into the forest to see bids and flora. well maintained, excellent service, cosy and warm tented accommodation, Rustic with clean toilets, bed linen and towels. The feeling of being one with nature. sitting out in the garden in the late evening after...

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Thank nitind
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Can't describe in words the amazing place. This is a forest dept. initiative. Most rooms are actually tents with all simple comforts. It's almost inside the reserve and a must stay place if you are visiting Nameri. The staff is very helpful and food cooked is fresh and delicious. There are so many birds around you. A beautiful place and...

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Thank Yash S
New Delhi, India
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Staying in Nameri Eco camp was one of our North East trip's highlights. This property is bang in the middle of the forest. Trees, greenery, birds, insects, rain and everything that nature can offer. We reached this place early noon and it was drizzling. The tranquillity of this place can mesmerise anyone. The rooms are pretty basic and you will...

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Kolkata
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We stayed here for two nights during our trip to Nameri National Park. The staff were helpful, courteous. The eco camp arranged a river rafting in the Jia Bharali river , which was thrilling and enriching experience for birding activity. Food was tasty, well prepared.

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Bengaluru, India
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Nameri eco camp is possibly the best option for stay at Nameri. The eco camp is big property and has well spaced out tents. There are lot of birds in and around the camp itself. We stayed for 2 nights. Tents were clean inside and spacious as well. Bathroom was manageable, though did not have health faucet which may be...

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Shillong, India
Reviewed 18 April 2017

Tranquil is a how I would describe my first impression about this place. You leave behind all the commotion of the outside world. Tucked in a little corner, close to the banks of a picturesque river lies this enchanting surprise. It has all the ingredients of a quiet retreat with it’s well maintained lawn and the cozy looking tents and...

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Located in the Idyllic forest village of Nameri Tiger Reserve.Birding ,Rafting and trekking in the core area of the tiger reserve. ... more   less 

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Address: Nameri National Park and Tiger Reserve | Potasali Sonitpur,Assam, Nameri National Park 784103, India
Region: India > Assam > Nameri National Park
Number of rooms: 12
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“Tents are a better bet than cottages”
oorsuthis, 14 May 2017 | Read review
“All tents a similar”
abhaymaskara, 14 May 2017 | Read review
“They have both tents and huts. The hut are concrete from inside. Definitely choose the tents over the huts. Book in advance to get one.”
569yashs, 1 May 2017 | Read review
“If you are booking through the telephone, please ask to speak to someone who is fluent in English.”
Tristan8986, 17 Apr 2017 | Read review
“Take the wood cottages if possible, instead of tents, if you don't want bugs crawling into your room.”
karthik641, 9 Apr 2017 | Read review
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