A great place to stay . It was simple facility but too good. Enjoyed every moment of the stay. The owner Mr. Singpho was very courteous and helpful. Enjoyed the food prepared at the kitchen. Do not forget to take an evening stroll along the river bank. The scenic is memorable. Please ask for a guide named Vicky to take you to the Nampdapha Reserve Forest. Its a whole day trip. Never met a guide as passionate as him when it comes to introduce you to the mysteries and enchanting wild life Word of caution - Locating the Resort is bit challenging as there are no sign boards. Its located near a deserted river bank and is hidden by the bushes. Google map did not work near the resort.
wooden n bamboo cottages are decent. Service is okay, food is good. Plus is it's very close to river stream and a happening new cafe. They charged service charge of 10% which was high , otherwise it's all good
We stayed for two, non consecutive and had a very enjoyable time each night. The bungalows are very well equipped and were having their roof coverings renovated whilst we were there. The nights were cold, but a large fire was built each night and we had our dinner sitting around them. The staff were very friendly and efficient. The owner spent each dinner time with us and explained much about the tribes and region.
There are some new rooms and new roofing materials. The food was much better than the last time. The room was the same but it is very comfortable and spacious. The bathroom is small but clean and has hot water for the shower. The owner is very helpful. Weekends can be noisy since many small bars and hangouts are located on the riverbank nearby.
Nice place. Friendly people. Helpful staff. Food was excellent. Rooms could have been better (the walls) otherwise the look is absolutely fantastic 👌 Surrounded by the greenery and Noa Dihing river, the place is too good to be true!!
I came across Namdapha Jungle Camp by chance. It was destines...as they say. Simply, an amazing property run by the owner Phupla Singhpho with his team of Vijay, Sanjay, Pandey and Vishwajeet. Right next to the Nao-Dihing river and away from the hustle0bustle of the Miao Town. Fresh food and if you like being by yourself...an amazing place. Phupla is a friendly, helpful person and so are his staff. Phupla also organises treks into the Namdapha resort.
The camp is located just at the bank of the river. The location is superb with great views of the snow clad Himalayas and the crystal clear water of the river. We loved our stay in those little cottages. There are around 6 cottages and each of them has an attached bath, geyser, comfy beds, a few hangers and a table. The food was fresh and very homely. Overall, its the best place to stay in that region.
Location is lovely and it is the best place to stay in Miao, but the older cottages that are there need an update. Two new cottages were being built, considerably smaller, but probably very nice. The older cottages are large, clean and have a nice bath with hot water. View is lovely from the cottage porch and the river is close by. The food is ok mostly typical Indian foods. It would be more interesting to have some of the local bamboo steamed rice, fishes and other local foods. Mr. Phupla is very helpful and the bird guide Vicky is excellent.
We were on a 2 nights 3 days family holiday and selected Namdapha Jungle camp in MIAO, in Changlang District of Arunchal Pradesh. We were 6 adults and 3 children below 10 years.We had booking of three huts which were on an elevated platform made of local thatched roof , bamboo supports and wooden ply sheets. Each hut had a an attached spacious toilet with geyser and running water. The huts were very clean with a covered space in front . The food was excellent with home flavour and the staff very courteous. There are only 4 huts as of now while 2 more will be added in this month itself. Prior bookings a must. There are no TV,telephone and being away from the village/town near the flowing river it is very quiet and peaceful. Mobile network is there for few service providers and you can be in communication.The two rivers are at walking distance beyond which is the forest line if you wish to trek. The owner is soft spoken and has been organising tours and treks in Arunachal Pradesh.Huts in off season cost Rs1500-2000 while each standard rice meal non veg is around Rs 300/ per person and breakfast 150 per person.Chapati is on demand. Good arrangements for an evening camp fire and fresh local fish on demand is a must.The place and the river side as such is very safe and secure .MIAO town has small mini zoo and Museum and the tibetan colony nearby offers local carpets and other items . Over all a good stay with family .…
I stayed in Jungle Camp for almost a week. It is the best place in Miao. The well designed traditional styled huts is mesmerizing. The service is very good, and the food simple yet delicious. It is away from the main town next to the river. A perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle.