Nameri Eco Camp

Nameri National Park

Assam

Nameri Eco Camp is owned and managed by an NGO called Assam (Bhorelli) Angling and Conservation Association and is located in the buffer zone of the Nameri National Park. It offers comfortable yet good value living for keen naturalists and birdwatchers trying to spot an extraordinary variety of birds within these verdant grounds. In fact over 350 species have been recorded right here! The camp is spread over three acres and has a choice of rooms, safari tents, or a shared dormitory. Visit the camp’s souvenir shop ‘Keteki’, that sells locally made products and also plan a visit to the local handicraft centre to ensure you make the most of this community treasure.
  • River rafting; trek in the park with the assistance of an armed forest department guide.
  • The camp has 9 tents, 3 cottages, and a dormitory that accommodates around 20 people. Locally sourced materials, such as bamboo, have been used for the construction
  • The eatery here has a varied menu. Food served ranges from local cuisine to Chinese dishes. Both vegetarian and non-vegetarian items are available. Tandoori roti and chicken is a big hit with tourists.

  • Open all through the year. The National Park is closed from June to October but rafting on the river is open all year round depending on the condition of the river and discretion of the Range Officer.
  • Nearest airport - Guwahati (220 km), Tezpur (25 km)
    Nearest railhead - Tezpur (37km)
    Nearest park gate - Jia Bhoroli River (1 km)
  • Children of all ages are welcome. They can visit the pygmy hog centre behind the camp or go for easy and safe float trips on the Jia Bhoroli River.
  • 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

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Nameri National Park

Get away from the bustle of overcrowded parks and visit this quiet gem for a more personal interaction with the wilderness in Assam. Spanning an area of 344 square kilometres, it shares its Northern boundary with the Pakke Tiger Reserve of Arunachal Pradesh, a patchwork of lush green forests and wetlands with the clear waters of the Jia Bhoroli River adding to the beautiful views. Jia Bhoroli was once famous for its golden mahseer population and was a popular angling destination, but it has now Read more>>

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