OUR NATURE RESORTS

Rann Riders, Dasada, Little Rann of Kutchh, Gujrat

Rann Riders is an ethnically designed eco-resort, set among wetlands and agricultural fields. The resort has imaginatively designed cottages that blend with the rural countryside in which it is situated. Located near Dasada village, it makes the ideal base to explore the culture, weaves and handicrafts of the Surendranagar district.

The resort offers jeep, horse and camel safaris in the Little Rann of Kutch, habitat of Asiatic Wild Ass and a birdwatching paradise.


 

Wild Grass Resort, Kaziranga, Assam

Wild Grass Resort is located outside the Kaziranga National Park, its 9 km from the Kohora Bus Stop. This resort offers complimentary breakfast to all its guests. There are 18 spacious and comfortable rooms for accommodation.

In-room amenities include makeup mirror, adjustable windows, writing desk, wardrobe and bottled drinking water. All rooms have attached bathroom with running hot/cold water supply. This resort in Kaziranga offers front desk and room service for limited hours, luggage storage space, medical service and power backup generator.

It is surrounded by a beautiful garden were guests can spend some time and travel counter assistance is also available at this hotel. There is an in-house restaurant at this hotel that serves delicious food to all the patrons. Guests can indulge in outdoor activities such as village tour, jeep safari and trekking. Jakhalabandha Railway Station is 53 km and Tezpur Airport is 92 km from the resort.


 

Bera Safari Lodge, Bera, Rajasthan

Bera Safari Lodge is created with passion on 10 acres of land near the Liloda Hill on the outskirts of the Kothar village 6km from Bera Town. The small but boutique property offers three charming, spacious, and elegantly decorated cottages with private sit-outs. The location of the property is such that often leopards are seen on the Liloda hill from cottage windows. These cottages have been designed with big windows with plenty of natural light so that our guests can enjoy the flora and fauna of Rajasthan without compromising on space and luxury. The view from the hill within the lodge premises is awesome, 360 degrees to observe nature at its pristine glory. About 30 bird species easily to be observed at the lodge, a hundred more at Jawai Dam, 10 minutes drive north. We serve home-cooked food, traditional Indian/ Rajasthani, continental, etc, the buffet is a mix of Veg and non-vegetarian dishes.


 

Nameri Eco Camp, Guwahati

Enjoy the true experience of camping in the wild amid plush greenery and wildlife in our eco-friendly tents and cottage accommodations which provides simple pleasure in life – emanating a healthy comfortable stay.

Nameri Eco Camp is situated about 45 kilometers from Tezpur and about 1 kilometer from the banks of the Jia Bhoroli river. The camp is managed by ​Assam Bhoreli Angling and Conservation Association (ABACA).


 

Kutch Wilderness Kamp, Bhuj, Gujrat

Superbly set on the shores of Rudramata lake, Kutch Wilderness Kamp is a place apart. With its cottage-rooms, dining areas, patios, sit-outs and beautifully situated swimming pool facing the lake, this is where you can watch flamingos, ducks, herons, terns and other birds all day long in and around the property. Yet this idyllic location is just a few minutes away from the airport and railway station of Bhuj city. The location of this resort makes it an ideal base to explore the natural and cultural heritage of Kutch.

Each day at the resort is different – you can visit picturesque villages where women do exquisite embroidery, tour the pastoral grasslands where herdsmen travel with their camels, cattle, sheep and goats, see the art-rich palaces and museums of Bhuj, take bird watching and mammal spotting safaris in the nearby wildlife reserves, or explore the awe-inspiring archaeological site of Dholavira.


 

Hotel President, Jamnagar, Gujrat

Located at a distance of 8 km from Jamnagar Airport and 3 km from Jamnagar Palace, Hotel President is a 2 star property offering free Wi-Fi connectivity in allthe rooms. This hotel in Jamnagar offers 46 well-designed rooms spread across 5 floors.

Each room consists of basic amenities like television, telephone, air-conditioner and an attached bathroom. Additional facilities like business center, 24-hour room service, luggage storage and travel desk are also available at this hotel in Jamnagar.

Guest can relish Indian, Continental and Chinese delicacies served at the in-house restaurant.

A conference hall is also available within the premises. Hotel President provides free airport transportation.

The property is situated at 4 km from Jamnagar Railway Station and 0.5 km from Reliance Township Bus Stand.Major attractions include Pratap Vilas Palace (2 km) and Lakhota Palace and Museum (1 km.)


Habre’s Nest, Kaiakata, Ilam, Nepal

Habres Nest is a research hub cum wildlife tourism Centre promoted by like mined wildlife enthusiasts. We all have one thing in common a true love for nature and all the species it houses. The dream of Habres Nest was ideated and executed by Shantanu who has been working in the Singalila ridge since 2011. Later the whole team is formed as Habres Nest in Nepal in Association with Forest Dwellers in India.

As Habres Nest, we intend to work towards Red Panda and its habitat conservation fueled by a world class and unique Red Panda tourism.
Tinchule-Singalila is still mostly known as a trekking route and we just could not understand why a forest with such high wildlife diversity was not in the lime light. Our forays into this forests doing various wildlife and social activities gave us the opportunity to get to know this place at the back of our hands and the more familiar we got with the place the more our love grew. Then came the idea of pioneering a sustainable tourism model that would secure the future of the Red Panda in one of its best-known habitat on earth, Tinchule-Singalila. Habres Nest is a Indo-Nepal joint venture, we are located at Kaiakata, Ilam, Nepal bordering Singalila National Park, India.

Habres Nest is a green initiative completely dedicated to the conservation of the Red Panda. We aim to give guests a once in a lifetime and exclusive Red Panda viewing experience that will filter benefits to the local community. 20% of the profits of Habres Nest directly go into conservation of this hostile Red Panda habitat. The greatest threat faced by the Red Panda today is habitat loss, and Singalila too is not free from this threat. An estimated 32 Red Pandas live in these forests compared to 20,000 people that are dependent on its resources. The time to act is now, these people are willing to change if they are provided with sustainable alternate livelihood options. By choosing Habres Nest, each guest directly becomes a part of this change.

Baghrolbasa, West Bengal, India

Baghrolbasa is a unique heritage property in the village of Amta, Howrah. This homestay is an old 17th-century house which was once owned by a rich local Zamindar or landlord. Once called ‘GhoshBari’ the property is now renamed as Baghrolbasa and offers insights into the real life of local Jamindars and their old, unchanged culture. It was restored to its old glory using traditional restoration techniques. Along with homely comfort, one can also enjoy the natural pools of water, engage in fishing and experience the rural Bengal. The property offers resident guests authentic Bengali recipes that the chefs painstakingly recreate. In this area, flooding is a common phenomenon and how this property survived natures wrath remains a mystery. The property houses two suites complete with all the modern amenities, attached western toilets, air conditioners, balcony, running hot &cold water facility, mini library, dining area. There are open freshwater ponds in the property premises which are used for fishing for personal consumption and the enthusiasts can swim in it too! The heritage property also has gardens where the vegetables and fruits are grown for in house consumption and they are a haven for different types butterflies and moths. Thus almosteverything that you consume during your stay here is farm fresh and organicby default. Local art and crafts, music have always been a part of Baghrolbasa and you will get to see the local artists perform and presenttheir culture in the most unique ways. The whole property is a living museum with so much history and wildlife.

Baghrol means Fishing Cat and Basa means house or nest in Bengali. This place is famous for the threatened and elusive Fishing Cat, the state animal of West Bengal. It was set up as part of a collaborative project which involved the local villagers in all its activities; from looking after the guests to upkeep and maintenance of the property to unique night safaris. The villagers are also direct financial stake holders of this project. They have been educated and taught about the importance of the local environment and the wildlife it sustains.

Lose yourself in the natural surroundings of the floodplains of Bengal ,enclosed by the nature all around; delve into the traditional and authentic Bengali cuisine; experience the unique night safari by battery operated rickshaws in search of the mystical fishing catand other nocturnal wildlife. Be prepared for a bit of walking and sitting in hides too.

This densely populated floodplains of Southern West Bengal is not only a unique place for the fishing cat where they have learned to coexist with people , but also quite amazingly is a home to many other species of animals thatinclude jungle cat, black or melanistic jackal, Bengal fox, Indian wolf, Himalayan crestless porcupine, Indian porcupine, Indian pangolin, Asian palm civet, small Indian civet. Reptiles include water monitor lizard, Bengal Monitor Lizard, Golden Monitor Lizard, Spectacled Cobra, Monocled Cobra, Common Krait, Russells Viper, Green Vine Snake, Ornate Flying Snake, Yellow-spectacled wolf snake, Buff-striped keelback, etc. Over 300 species of birds are found here and some of these are, Chestnut-capped babbler, striated babbler, Siberian ruby throat, blue throat, hooded pitta, Indian Pitta, large-tailed nightjar, Slaty-legged crake, Stork-billed Kingfisher, rufous woodpecker, Fulvous-breasted woodpecker, streaked-throated woodpecker, black-hooded oriole, golden oriole, lineated barbet, blue-throated barbet, coppersmith barbet, great tit, Asian paradise flycatcher, black-naped monarch, blue-throated blue flycatcher, Tiga flycatcher, Asian brown flycatcher, Common Hawk Cuckoo, Yellow-footed Green Pigeon, Sikra, crested-Serpent Eagle, Oriental Honey Buzzard and many more.


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