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Nameri Eco Camp
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Reviewed 5 May 2013

stayed one night in the last week of april 2013,good tent accomodation, with decent restrooms,food was enjoyable ,nice place to be at peace , and lose oneself.
early morning bird watching followed by a guided trek,and later rafting for a 17 km patch on the jia borelli river is an experience.
so folks a must visit place especially for birdwatchers and photography buffs.

Room Tip: choose a good tent
  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank Kiran S
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Reviewed 22 April 2013

The manager and staff were welcoming and the food good. We loved the area, the layout of the camp and the bird life. The tents were comfortable but the adjoining bathroom could have been better. A highlight of the whole trip was rafting down the Jia Borelli which was enjoyable even without the chance to spot a rare bird.

  • Stayed: February 2013, travelled with friends
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Thank Ann J
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Reviewed 14 April 2013

This place had a really good feel about it. It is set alongside a very quiet lane and next to open countryside full of birds. The manager welcomed us on arrival and it was immediately apparent he took pride in his Camp. The tents were clean and spacious, bedlinen changed daily, and the bathroom satisfactory. The staff were friendly and efficient and most had good English. I would definitely stay there again. The rafting trip was a delight and the walks into the Park were great.

Room Tip: All were fine
  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled with friends
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Thank Polly289
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Reviewed 27 March 2013

We stayed in here for 2 nights and it was an overwhelming experience. The people are really warm especially the manager Jeeb Das is a very informative guy.

Things to Do:
>> Dont miss the nature trial early in the morning to the forest. You are sure to spot many birds..and the its a lovely experience.
>> The Rafting there is no the actual rafting, but a kind of boating especially for the photographers to shoot some of the pics of the lovely birds around this place.You will not get wet at all.
>> take some time to relax in the camp as its got a big space and lovely scenic beauty to enjoy.

Good things:
>> Though tents, the bathroom , toilets and the room is very tidy.
>> the food is generally Rice and some fresh veggies and curds in demand
>> Breakfast generally Toasts, Omlet and corn flakes with some fruits on demand.
>> Dont miss the masala chai...its relaxing.
>> The price is also nominal.

Bad things:
>> the road 10 kms before this camp is horrible...but worth it when you enter the camp

Room Tip: If are not comfortable staying the tents, you can opt for the small huts in the place. They often take the power off, so keep your camera charges up always when there is power.
  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Anusha M
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Reviewed 20 March 2013

Having just returned from a three night stay at the Eco Camp Nameri, I read some of the coments with astonishment and ask what standards are these campers accustomed to as I do not recognise their enthusiasm for this camp at all.
I was sold the attributes of this Camp as a Luxury Tented Accommodation and assumed it would be similar to those tented safari accommodation throughout Africa, where we had stayed sveral times.
I was aghast to be confronted by a selection of patched up ex-army four men tents pitched on concrete plinths where the brailing finished about 10cm from the floor giving free access to any creature that cared to crawl in.
There was only a minimum of furniture and no where to hang cloths etc.Heaven only knows what we would have done if it had rained.
The same lack of facilities was with the tin doored shower and toilet area, no where to hang anything.You had to strip off before you entered and regards to hot water, we had four cold showers during our three night stay.
The tents are pitched too close together and you can readily hear private and intermate noises coming from the next tents. Horrible.
The food is basic but acceptable, although there were two extreme cases of gastric illness during our stay, where one lady had to go to hospital.
I can rough it with the best having just completed a trek to everest but this is a camp at its very basics and in no way can it be classed in any other way.
MAKE SURE YOU KNOW WHERE YOU ARE GOING TO.

  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled as a couple
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8  Thank 664douglas664
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