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India: this is without doubt the best place to stay if you are visiting the Chambal river. The lodge is in African safari-style, making use of an old farm. Rooms are available in rustic, comfy bungalows set in the large gardens. Bathrooms have hot…

Gujarat, western India: this is a simple lodge complex. There are all the basic necessities, suitable for a birding guest (and it is practically the only accommodation on offer in the area). There is hot water, WiFi, adaptable hours for birders and…

Stablishment recommended by Joydeep Sarkar

India. The Back of Beyond is a boutique home stay nestled in the Shivalik Range of the Himalayas. Set in 4 acres of forest and only 2 stone cottages; It is a homestay with 3 functional Cottages with in-suite baths with Hot water. The meal is  served…

Recommended by María José Valencia

Northeastern India:  situated at the entrance to Corbett National Park, the oldest and one of the biggest in India. The park offers excellent opportunities for observing Asian Elephant and Tiger. The birdlist for the park and the surrounding area is…

Recommended by María José Valencia

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…

Recommended by María José Valencia

Rajastan, India: at the entrance to the famous Keoladeo National Park by Bharaptur, one of the best places in India to watch emblematic birds such as Sarus Crane, Black-necked Stork and Indian Courser among many others. There is a small population…

Recommended by María José Valencia

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…

Recommended by María José Valencia

Northeastern India: near the entrance to the renowned Kaziranga National Park, the best place to see Indian Rhinocerous, Tiger, Water Buffalo, Gaury and other large mammals. More than 470 species of bird have been recorded in the park, including…

Stablishment recomended by Lonely Birder

Uttarakhand, northern India: this is one of the must-visit birding destinations in the Himalayan foothills. Here you can see emblematic species like Himalayan and Siberian Rubythroats, Golden Bush-robin, Scaly-breasted Wren-babbler, Brown and Tawny…

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An ideal place to stay in the area of Gujarat (western India), when visiting The Little Rann of Kutch. It offers rooms distributed in small individual houses throughout the garden. Very spacious and clean, decorated with pictures of birds, with fans…

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