Northeast India: situated at the foot of the impressive Nameri National Park in Assam, one of the few sites where White-winged Duck still occurs. There are arouind 30 species of mammal in the park including Asian Elephant and Tiger. The birdlist of around 300 species includes White-cheeked Partridge; Great, Wreathed, and Rufous-necked Hornbills; Pallas’s, Grey-headed, and Lesser Fish Eagles and Blue-naped Pitta among many others.
A few metres from the campsite is the conservation centre for the Pygmy Hog, the smallest species of wild pig on the planet as well as being one of the most endangered: there are only around 500 individuals left in the wild.
The camp is managed by the Assam Bhoroli Angler’s Association. It consists of tents and cabins with all mod-cons, right in the middle of the forest. The food is excellent and servings are generous.