Located about forty kilometers from Tezpur , Nameri Eco Resort is one of the best options for staying if you are planning to visit Nameri National Park . Ease to reach and very short distance to the Jia Bhoroli river are its added benefits .
Never go on trips with anyone you do not love . ~ Ernest Hemingway
The straw – roofed huts and tents provides a completely one – with – nature experience . Only difference is that you have all the modern amenities alongside this perfect natural setup . After a hard days’ trek in the national park or rafting down the Jia Bhoroli , the Nameri Eco Camp is the perfect environment to rest . Evening campfires , a photo gallery and a souvenir shop for local handicrafts and food are all part of the package .
They are also working for the preservation of the Golden Mahaseer fish which is found in the Jia Bhoroli river . Scientists from all over the world come here to stay and study this fish .
They make all the necessary arrangements for all trekking , rafting , birding , photography etc. that anyone might like to do in such a place . All you need to worry about is getting accommodation here !
How to get there :
Take the road towards Balipara from Mission Chariali in Tezpur . Balipara Chariali will be about twenty kilometers from Mission Chariali . From there take the road towards Bhalukpong for about twenty more kilometers . Keep a lookout for two concrete pillars with small elephant statues on either side of the road .
Right next to it will be the boards marking ” Elephant corridor ” and ” Nameri eco camp ” . Get of the highway and follow the path for about another kilometer to reach the resort .
The best time to visit Nameri is from September to April . It is open from dawn to dusk everyday and checkout time is 12 PM .
Entry fees :
Staying costs Rs . 1800 plus taxes for two people for both tents and cottages . Extra bedding is charged at Rs . 350 per person . Check this chart for the rafting charges . Trekking charges are as per government norms .
Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary is known for its one horned rhino population . So if you want a place where it is sure to spot wild rhinos , this is the place for you to be !!
No one needs a rhino horn , but a rhino .
The beautiful pobitora wildlife sanctuary is located about thirty kilometers from Guwahati and provides an excellent getaway for everyone . The one horned rhino is an endangered species now found only in the state of Assam (also its state animal ) in India and is the main attraction of this park .
Area-wise pobitora is small , just about 39 sq kms , but he presence of large open spaces enables the easy spotting of the wild animals here much easier than anywhere else . Apart from more than a hundred one horned rhinos , wild buffalo and boars are also abundant in this park .
But what makes it even more special is the abundance of migratory birds which visit the park in the winters . Due to its abundant aquatic resources , a variety of fish eating cranes and ducks visit this park every winter .
Another reason of its popularity is that it is just 30 kms from Guwahati through the mystic land of Mayong . This makes not just the destination but also the journey special .
How to get there :
Take the road towards Bonda from Narengi Tiniali . There is just one road , follow it for about 30 kilometers . Take a right at , where a board displays the name and direction for Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary . Then follow the road for about two more kilometers to reach the gate which is on the left of the road.
Another road is from Sonapur , of the NH 37 . Take a left and get of the highway to . Follow the road for about 20 kilometers to reach the park . If you take this road , do keep your eyes on the right side of the road . Might spot multiple one horned rhinos even before reaching the park .
9 AM to 3 PM Everyday .
Entry fees :
Jeep safari costs about Rs. 1500 per jeep ( maximum 6 people ) .
Elephant safari costs about Rs. 500 per person .