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Reviewed 31 October 2019

Designed for people who are looking for a nontraditional holiday. The owner Mr Saikia is a wonderful personality and knows all the local flavours like the back of his hand. He helped us go along the place despite the bad weather. Highly recommended

Room tip: Go for a suite if you are more then 4 people
Date of stay: October 2019
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Thank BrajeshGreaterNoida
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Reviewed 11 February 2019

Situated near the confluence of Dhansiri and the mighty Bramhaputra, the property shares its boundary with Kaziranga itself. And with the Eastern (Agaratoli) range gate just 10 mins, away - one cannot ask for a better location. Some great traditional bamboo cottages for accommodation, along with fresh, organic Assamese food - one gets a great insight into local culture. Moreover, the whole place is solar powered, meaning very little impact on the environment. And the best part about the place is the host, Gautam who has spent a lifetime tracking and conserving the wildlife of Kazriranga. You will not find a better person to help you explore Kaziranga.

But if you are looking for a holiday with TV, music and partying - this is not for you. But if you want to spend time away from the world in the lap of nature and local culture, make your booking now.

Room tip: The suite cottage is the best
Date of stay: January 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Thank shanx013
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Reviewed 9 January 2019 via mobile

We spent 2 nights in the suite at the eco camp. Eastern zone of kaziranga National Park.
The accommodation is completely made of bamboo supported by solar power for lighting.
For bathing they provided us with hot water in buckets as and when we needed it.
Food was basic and inexpensive but definitely yum and extremely fresh and organic from the fields within the premise.
The best part, you are in very close proximity to the park. From our room we could hear rhinos making mating calls and elephants trumpeting at night. A true eco living experience.
I would recommend this eco camp to anyone who truly respects nature and understands simplicity of life. If you want your chicken tandoori or loud music at night, this is not a place for you.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and highly recommended it to every nature/wildlife lover.
Tips- take a flight/Train to Jorhat, we took a flight to Guwahati, but the drive to kaziranga and the camp is 5 hrs. Which is quite a long drive and can be easily avoided if one arrives at jorhat.

Date of stay: November 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Abigail L
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Reviewed 26 December 2018 via mobile

Do you like slumming it in scenic locales? Then Dhansiri Eco Camp is right up your street. Freezing rooms without heaters, hot water or glass panes on windows? Check. Inadequate stained pillows and blankets? Check. Watery daal and kumhada sabzi on the menu twice a day? Check. To compensate for that, the place does have the Dhansiri river flowing just about a kilometre away, and pristine vistas that allow you to watch a spectacular moonrise, especially on a full moon day. The warm presence of about a dozen dogs and puppies does much to make you feel welcome, as well as that of free range hens and geese. The entire complex runs on solar energy, which is a bummer because the lighting in the rooms is too dim to read, there are no charging points for your mobile phones in your room - communal charging points are there only in the dining area where you have to check during the day to see if they are switched on or not.
The owner, Mr. Gautam Saikia is a well respected film-maker and photographer and makes time for his guests. But if you can avoid his driving, your heart will thank you for it as he goes at a 100 Kms per hour even on bumpy, traffic-ridden roads.
All in all, the place fits into a budget traveller's pocket, and is easy on the eyes. But carry your own rugs and pillows, and if possible, food too to survive the stay.

Date of stay: December 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
1  Thank gowherelifetakesyou
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Reviewed 1 March 2018

A refuge from crowded noisy India...none of the noises of civilization, quiet solar lights, hot water for bathing by the bucket. Simple, locally sourced mild organic food, (I am a vegetarian). Comfortable room, clean western style toilet. Unpaved road in, is 4 km of bumps.

Gautam was knowledgeable and usually attentive as a guide, unless he was distracted taking a picture of his own. It was not always easy to understand his English ...often sounded like he had a wad of pan in his mouth.

Would not recommend Brahmaputra trip...not much to see...

Date of stay: February 2018
Trip type: Travelled solo
Thank Aum22
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