Musa Jungle Retreat

Manas Tiger Reserve


From the midnight trumpet of a wild elephant to the morning call of majestic peacocks, guests at the Musa Jungle Retreat can take in the sights and sounds of the Manas National Park's wild beings from the comfort of their cottages. Situated close to the southern border of the park, this jungle resort derives its name from the local Bodo word for tiger – Musa. Musa Retreat sprawls across eight acres of lush forest vegetation in the Bansbari range, offering a panoramic view of the park's glorious flora and fauna. If guests are lucky enough, they may cross paths with a ruminating deer or two during their early morning walks. Or better yet, spot a rhino grazing on the other side of the road! Musa appreciates and caters to the needs of all guests - domestic and foreign travellers, wildlife enthusiasts, family groups, corporate clients and weekend visitors.
  • Half-day and full-day jeep safaris with forest guards and naturalists; village excursions and heritage trips leading all the way to Bhutan; elephant safaris; river rafting; bonfires; cultural shows; dance performances; bicycling
  • Twenty comfortable cottages with modern amenities are available for accommodation under two categories – Striped panthera or Cluster Cottages and Bansbari Villages or Suite Cottages. The cottages have peaked ceilings, and verandahs with traditional thatched roofs. The retreat also has ramps and rooms designed for the specially-abled.
  • Lodge’s in-house restaurant Panorama mainly offers Indian, Chinese and continental cuisines. They also offer traditional Bodo and Assamese meals, on request.
  • Closed from June to September
  • Nearest Airport: Guwahati (138km)
    Nearest Railhead: Barpeta Road (20km)
  • From £39 From price based on lowest category room per night. Enquire direct to get full range of pricing and to book.
  • In-house lodge naturalist
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Bikes
  • Wheelchair access
  • Wifi access

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Manas Tiger Reserve

Contiguous with the Royal Manas National Park on it borders in Bhutan, this park in the North Eastern State of Assam will leave you absolutely enchanted and is historically at least, the only park in India where you could have seen the ‘big five’ on the same game drive – herds of elephant, wild water buffalo, leopard, tiger and the Indian one-horned rhino – making it singularly unique as a safari destination. Search hard enough and you could add the clouded leopard, golden cat, hoolock g Read more>>

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