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Birina Eco Camp

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Mumbai, India
Reviewed 18 February 2017 via mobile

Clean rooms, good food and warm staff to care is confirmed. Manager helped to get my safaris sorted and gives good advice on which zones you should go based on your interest. The driver was quite knowledgeable and somehow was able to pick lot of birds. Great experience👍

Thank AjayNarayan
Reviewed 10 January 2017 via mobile

We stayed here for 2 days. It was a great experience. We stayed in a four bedded tent. The property is well maintained. The food was delicious. Manager Mr. Pathak and the other staffs are very caring and helpful. A big thanks to Mr Sanjit Mukherjee(contact no. 9831498611/8335967238), owner of Sanraj Tours for arranging our trip.

2Thank Susmita84
Dibrugarh, India
Reviewed 9 January 2017

Stayed at Birina Eco lodge with family and friends in Jan-17.Located at amidst of tea garden Birina Lodge and hardly 2 km from Manas National Park Entrance gate. Resort has 2 four bedded tents ,1 four bedded cottage,1 three bedded room,1 two bedded cottage and 1 two bedded room. Rooms are large,and with clean linen. Bathrooms are fitted with geyser...

3Thank PradiptaDutta
Guwahati, India
Reviewed 15 December 2016

Manas National Park is in Assam specially for wild life lovers. We stayed in Birina Eco camp. We had a memorable experience there. The cottage was comfortable, clean and the prices is reasonable. Food was homely. We liked the hospitality and behavior of the staff .They looked into every minute details and even accompanied us to the safari. The Manager...

Thank milamimu
Reviewed 3 November 2016

Nice location near tea garden and 2 km away from the main entrance of Manas National Park.. we stayed there for 2 nights and we really liked the atmosphere and arrangement we stayed in cottage which has all the necessary facilities.. the food is homely.. nice and service was fine.. we recommend to others to go for nature love.. and...

Thank Hemant B
New Delhi, India
Reviewed 3 October 2016

Stayed here for 2 nights. The rooms are big big but looked dull and damp. Food was fine. Area around the lodge is good with greenery all around. Staff here is nice and helpful. On an average it was a fine stay as the other properties around the area were highly priced with similar ambiance.

Thank anjsha0953
Shillong, India
Reviewed 6 June 2016

Manas National Park is one of the best places to visit in Assam specially for wild life lovers. We stayed in Birina Eco camp and had a wonderful experience. The cottages are comfortable, clean and prices reasonably. Food was very good and homely. We liked the hospitality and behavior of the staff most of all, they looked into every minute...

Thank bhimashre
Ankur K, Manager at Birina Eco Camp, responded to this review

Thank you sir, hope you will come again In Manas National park.

Reviewed 8 April 2016

The cottage & rooms we stayed was nice , clean & good looking. The food was buffet but the non-veg item was only one and the portion was too small. Like it is mentioned in other reviews - Lunch is Rs 250 per head [ Rice-Daal-Bhajji- One-Veg Sabji-Fish Curry-Salad] looked pricey even considering they need to buy the ration may...

Thank Paglaghora_BCMT
Noida, India
Reviewed 13 March 2016

Stayed at this lodge for 2 nights during our birding trip to Manas National Park. The lodge is a two minute drive from the central range entry gate. We found the room to be basic, but large and clean. Food was also pretty basic, but edible. The staff was helpful and supportive.

1Thank rishib80
Reviewed 15 January 2016

It is wonderful to visit manas national forest, especially jeep safary. BUT STAY AWAY FROM BIRINA TOURIST LODGE. The manager of BIRINA TOURIST LODGE named TAPAS BARMAN is a FRAUD. They charged Rs.250 per head for rice, dal, vegetable fry, salad and chicken. We were a group of 16 people. The chicken was not even sufficient for 10 people. Dinner...

6Thank Anindya D
Ankur K, Director of Sales at Birina Eco Camp, responded to this review

I have noticed your review little late and i am little surprised because i have my best afford to make my tourist satisfy and out 18 reviews 6 are terrible and this all six are from your group, therefore now i want to clarify the story behind during your trip to manas national park. I was with your group up...

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Additional Information about Birina Eco Camp

Address: Fatemabad Tea Estate, Manas National Park, India (Formerly Birina Tourist Lodge)
Region: India > Assam > Baksa district > Manas National Park
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Birina Eco Camp Manas National Park, Assam
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“Worst service!”
Amrita_Ghosh1992, 7 Jan 2016 | Read review
“Double bed or four bed cottages are good, but costly”
GargiBanerjee, 5 Jan 2016 | Read review
“If you happen to travel with your family it would be better if you opt for a cottage instead of a tent.”
pdmaj, 13 Jun 2015 | Read review
“Cottages and tents seem to be better.”
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Purabi_Chowdhury, 8 Oct 2014 | Read review
“Take the rooms instead of the camp.”
syamantak_mukherji, 18 Sep 2014 | Read review
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