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The location was beautiful and the service was great. We were away from urban land and home but didn't felt like that as the food and ambience was so good and served with warm hospitality. The aura is different from any other luxurious or home...More
My stay in Majuli was made even more memorable by being welcomed in La Maison de Anand. Home cooked meals, comfortable stay and an authentic experience on the island. Also pretty central and close to the small town market. Big thumbs up !!
Myself and my family visited this beautiful place and will visit it over and over again
First about Majuli
It is the largest river island.
Unfortunately Majuli may cease to survive the next 15 to 20 years because of constant erosion by river Brahmaputra. This...More
One of the best play to stay in Majuli if you are looking for a village type traditional stay away from your gadgets. Plus the tasty food here is the added USP. Evenings are great when you enjoy your dinner in the family kitchen and...More
Gives you an amazing experience living in a small pleasant town. The wooden stays feel very authentic. There's a wooden eco-friendly cottage built by a french architect which is beautiful but needs a little maintenance. The family kitchen is a good place to meet fellow...More
Yes, this is it: +91 9957 186 356 (available on Whatsapp)
His name is: Monjit Rishong.
If you can't get the cell phone, try a few times because the signal is erratic at times and Monjit misses picking up calls frequently.
I have shared Monjit's number in another post. Please write to him on Whatsapp and he will tell you of the availability. When I went in June/July, it was completely available and I was the only guest there. However, Monjit... More
I have shared Monjit's number in another post. Please write to him on Whatsapp and he will tell you of the availability. When I went in June/July, it was completely available and I was the only guest there. However, Monjit told me that his place is usually packed in the winter months.