Bansberi, northeastern India: situated in the Manas National Park in Assam.
This establishment is run by MEWS, an ONG dedicated to sutainable local development, and focuses on eco-tourism that involves the local community. There are basic but comfortable tents and cabins that have all basic necessities. Just beside the lodge there is a river where you can see Small Pratincole and raptors like Jerdon´s Baza.
You can also see species like Bengal Florican, Black-breasted Parrotbill, Silver-breasted Broadbill and many more. In the park you can observe Indian Rhino, Tiger and other large Indian mammals.
Less than an hour and a half away by car you can observe the magificent Golden Langur monkeys. The staff can help book taxis to go and see the langurs as well as organising jeeps to do a tour in the park.
The food is very good, with excellent service. There is no WiFi and no beer!