The cottages are all constructed from local materials
- stone, mud and thatch - and are designed to compliment
the surrounding area. There are Western style flushing
toilets, with running cold and hot water.
All the cottages have been built to allow a throughput
of breeze throughout the day. The lodge has been
designed to provide a comfortable, welcoming and
traditional environment to stay.
Food is prepared at the camp by our team on site,
and consists of hygienic and wholesome food. Breakfast,
lunch and dinner are provided as part of the package,
and would consist of Indian, Chinese and European
cuisine. Tea and coffee are provided throughout
the day. Meals are served in the dining room and
sundowner drinks are available in the roundhouse
near the river.
Bottled water is available, at a charge, but filtered
water is provided on a constant basis. Strict attention
is paid to hygiene throughout the resort.
Excluding guides, ghillies and river wardens, we
have a permanent team of twelve staff, who provide
all catering, cleaning and general housekeeping
services. They are all employed from the local community,
and are knowledgeable of the local area. The camp
staff have proved themselves eager to help out in
any aspect of your stay.
We do not encourage individual tipping, and any
gratuities should be put in the box, provided for
the purpose.. If you believe that someone is worthy
of a special mention, please feel free to make a
note in the visitors book.
In line of our philosophy of low impact on the environment,
we have tried to minimise the use of electricity
where possible. However, each room is equipped with
an additional electrical socket for charging of
camera batteries etc. An adaptor for use in India
would be required.
Washing of clothes is available via the camp staff,
using the traditional Indian method. There are a
number of items which you should consider packing,
which cannot be easily obtained locally.
Flashlight or Headtorch / Binoculars (10x50 is a
useful spec) / Warm Jacket or Jumper / Waterproof
Sandals (for crossing rivers) / Film (can be obtained
locally, but can be dubious quality) / Spare Batteries.