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“Great tent camp in a beautiful location”
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Seti River Camp
Columbia, MD
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“Great tent camp in a beautiful location”
Reviewed 28 February 2014

I stayed two nights at the Seti River Tent Camp as part of a tour group. The tent camp is basic, but still very nice, and the setting is beautiful. Tents overlook the Seti river in a very remote location, similar to a national park. A washroom with toilet is located behind each tent, about three feet away. So, you have to un-zip your tent screen whenever you want to access the washroom. There is no internet connectivity, and electricity is limited. Electricity in tents is provided by solar power batteries, and can be unpredictable. Staff members are very courteous and helpful. Meals are served in a screened-in dining room, and the food is good. As long as you don't expect luxury, you should enjoy your stay here.

  • Stayed February 2014, travelled with friends
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Bury St Edmunds, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 28 February 2014

We stayed for two nights during a rafting trip. It is only accessible by river.

Having stayed for six nights in Ker & Downey Nepal lodges, we expected a good standard of accommodation and service and were not disappointed.

The tents were constructed with a corrugated steel roof over a large, conventional ridge tent with something around 4 high foot walls and a 7 foot ridge. There were outer canvas doors with separate fly screens behind them. The twin beds were comfortable and set at a normal height. Our tent had a shower-room including a wash-basin, flush toilet, tiled floor and wooden walls, that was pretty much en-suite. We had hot water when we needed it. There were tiny LED lights at each bed-head and in the bathroom but they only gave a glimmer of light.

Plentiful, inclusive drinks and nibbles were served outside around an open, roaring fire during the pre-dinner happy hour. Dinner was self service in a dining hut, lit by candles and oil/gas lamps. It was very good lodge style food brought in by immaculately turned out staff from the adjacent kitchen. Breakfast and lunch was taken in the same area. Coffee and tea was served first thing in the morning and late in the afternoon, with the addition of drinking chocolate in the afternoon.

There were a few biting insects about when we sat outside, under the tent verandah, as the sun dropped. None was particularly fearsome and a rub with a Mosi-guard stick on exposed skin kept them away (not DEET standard insects!). Visiting the bathroom at night, my head-torch lit up a few large ants and other little beasties and sent them scurrying about. Not a problem - certainly no bites - but I did remember to wear my crocs the following night.

We took the optional 3 hours or so walk on the second day at camp, straight up the hillside to a village, from which the camp draws many staff, and back down, accompanied by our boat crew. The villagers were friendly. Whist the going wasn't over difficult, I wouldn't have wanted to do it in sandals. Bamboo walking sticks were available at the campsite. I had a small rucksack but the crew carried water for others

  • Stayed November 2013, travelled as a couple
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Scarborough, New York
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Reviewed 19 February 2014

We came by raft to this tented camp and were pleasantly surprised. The location is outstanding and the tents were very comfortable with each having a decent private bath. The restaurant did a good job given the location and the food was good. We also enjoyed a tough hike up the mountain to a remote village and another easier hike along the river to another village.

  • Stayed February 2014, travelled as a couple
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Phoenix, Arizona
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Reviewed 31 October 2013

Take this review with a grain of salt as I am not a camper so staying here was about as rustic as I will get. I stayed here for 2 nights as part of a tour with Overseas Adventure Travel. We were on the river rafting portion of our trip. The staff is excellent here and I really enjoyed their cooking class. It was very hot in October but I enjoyed a dip in their pool after hiking to nearby villages. The scenery is very pretty. The only warning is that there are bugs in the bathroom at night which was expected in a tent camp but not really my thing. If you camp then this place will be a nice upgrade as each tent has its own attached bathroom. The beds in the camp were comfortable.

  • Stayed October 2013, travelled solo
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Fort Worth, Texas
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Reviewed 2 April 2013

This camp has permanent tents with concrete floors and bathrooms. Rustic but nice. Loved the views of the river. Great food and staff. We stayed 2 nights and there was really nothing to do for the day in between rafting. In March the river is low and gives a nice slow rafting trip, which is what I wanted. Go in the fall for more excitement!

  • Stayed March 2013, travelled with friends
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Baltimore, Maryland
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Reviewed 18 November 2011

We very much enjoyed our stay at the Seti River Camp. I was really nervous to stay in a tent camp, since I'm not much for rustic accomodations. I was surprised to find it to be very comfortable. Each tent is covered, so we were protected from a nighttime rainstorm. The semi-attached bathroom (a foot away from the back of the tent) had all of the modern conveniences, including electricity throughout the night. The property is quiet and attractive. Each morning, we woke up to the staff bringing coffee or tea to our tent. Each evening, we gathered around the campfire before dinner. The camp's chef was a great guy; he even taught us how to hand-shape momos! We had terrific walks in the area to the neighboring communities, plus we had fun floating down the river just in front of the camp. We would recommend the camp.

  • Stayed October 2011, travelled as a couple
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Windsor
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Reviewed 3 October 2011

Stayed here as part of a white water rafting trip along the Seti River. Loved it!!! Tents and 'convieniences' were better than expected. Food good and the staff were genuinely attentive and polite without coming accross as overbearing.

Great location along the river which was good for walks.

Would definately recommend this place despite the noisy insects at night!!!!

The rafting was exceptional and the best fun I have had for a long time.

  • Stayed September 2011, travelled with friends
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Property: Seti River Camp
Address: P.O. Box 326, Pokhara 33411, Nepal
Region: Nepal > Western Region > Gandaki Zone > Pokhara
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Ranked #21 of 91 Speciality Lodging in Pokhara
Number of rooms: 16

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