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Bengaluru, India
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Deban camp is run by the forest department. The setup is basic and rudimentary. Do not expect much luxury. The staff is courteous and friendly.Food is simple and you have to be content with limited choices. But, it's all worth it just for the wildlife and biodiversity Namdapha has to offer. If you are trekking and hiking daily which is...

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Ahmedabad, India
Reviewed 31 January 2016 via mobile

Deban- Namdapha wildlife Sanctury, Arunachal Pradesh I had seen some of photographs on its website, I don't know why I were attracted to come here. I started 500 hrs in the morning yesterday from Ahmedabad. I reached Dibrugadh via Kolkata at 200 pm. We drove to Miao, Changlang District & reached Miao at 730pm. It's a small village of 17k...

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Antwerp, Belgium
Reviewed 26 July 2015

At Deban near the Noa-Dihing this forest guest house is used as a jump off point into Namdapha National Park. We stayed here before our 2nights camping trek in the park. It is a pitty that the forest guest house is not well kept : - bathroom has running water but taps are broken so water keeps on dripping -...

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Nagpur, India
Reviewed 16 November 2014 via mobile

We travelled to Namdapha from Nagpur. It was a 5 hours drive. Roads are non-existent for most part. It gets dark at 4.30 pm in winters and without electricity there's not much to do. The place is by the Noa Dihing river and is beautiful. But the lack of basic amenities takes away the joy. Our travel operator 'Traveloearth -...

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Lucknow
Reviewed 14 February 2014

If you somehow manage to reach Deban (where this Forest Rest house is located.....which in turn is about 20 odd kilometres from Miao- the nearest settlement to Namdapha National Park), you'll thank your stars that you reached safely!! There were literally no roads when I visited in Oct 2012. All that was remaining were traces of the same (guess they...

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3Thank muditkag
Assam
Reviewed 30 November 2012

Namdapha national park is located in eastern arunachal which is four hours drive from dibrugarh .it is well known for its dense forest ,hollock gibbons ,tigers and number of birds species .We stayed in the forest rest house at deban ,inside the park.location of the rest house was great with great view of NoaDihing river and dense forest .You need...

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