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Banashree Eco Camp

7 reviews
  • Excellent58%
  • Very good42%
  • Average0%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible0%
26 May 2018
“hospitality and accomodation.”
26 Nov 2017
“A place in the lap of nature”
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    Reviewed 26 May 2018

    one of the best maintained Eco-camps. clean accommodation, bedding, washroom and linens with running water supply accompanied by constant power supply enough to give star category feeling inside with serene nature's abode outside. Mr. J. Abedin the owner has loads of information regarding the flora...More

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    Reviewed 26 November 2017

    It is a place on the river bed of Dibru River. Enjoyed the stay with local delicacy and excellent room service. Reached late in the night and hence it became little bit difficult to locate it exactly. But a very nice place and nice hospitality....More

    Thank Pankaj M
    Reviewed 15 November 2017

    This is essentially an eco camp by the side of the Bramhaputra river, located admist tea gardens. The natural air is envigourating. The individual double beded traditional huts are small but cosy with clean beds and attached toilets. The kitchen is close by from where...More

    Thank ak_chatterji
    Reviewed 26 July 2017 via mobile

    A nice eco camp with eight stilted wooden huts. View in front is of mighty Brahmaputra and rear side is a tea estate just hugging the cottages. The boat ride was fabulous. The place is paradise for birdwatchers. Spotted a large number of water birds...More

    Thank niranjan o
    Reviewed 3 December 2016

    This is fantastic place close to Tinsukia, right on the bank of Bhramputra. Must visit for Hoolock Gibbon. Only gibbon seen in India. Ask them to take you to nearby town where giboons are seen. They also organize small boat for a nearby bird watching...More

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    "All rooms with a beautiful view of the river, in cottages on stilts!"
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