We enjoyed our time immensely at this lodge but our view on the location was slightly mixed. The lodge is obviously geared toward tiger fishing in season and our time there in mid November saw us as the only visitors at the lodge. The lodge has seen better days although its location and mild quirkiness made up for this. We came to watch birds and to that end we were very pleased. Our guide during the stay was Adam who looked after us royally. Mornings and evening we took to the river either birding or fishing (unsuccessfully) and walked ashore on the islands enjoying some excellent birding particularly for waders, storks and herons of all sizes and hues. Adam took time during the day to seek out birds for us to see later on, and won our admiration by finding a rare Pels Fishing Owl for our delight.
Accommodation might not suit all. The rooms were open at the front allowing air to move freely through but requiring vigilance for both insects and monkeys. This was the end of season and it showed – perhaps a winter overhaul is needed. We had four nights here, probably one too many.