Manas Jungle Lodge
Starts from 2550
Mesmerizing Manas — A True Paradise Of Natural Biodiversity
Dusk in Assam at the border of India and Bhutan is like being halfway to heaven. On one side of the majestic Manas River is the lush national park which takes its name from the river, and on the other are the misty Himalayan foothills, which turn golden at sunset.
A perfect place to appease the outdoorsy person in you, there is ample scope for the visitor to enjoy a jungle safari with a chance to stumble upon some of the most majestic animals of the jungle. If you are lucky enough, a tiger is just a leap away from you. Whoa! Do not worry; you will be in safe hands with a guided tour through the jungle. Click as many pictures, close ups or a selfie with the one-horned rhino in the backdrop, you will hardly find a dull moment during your stay in ‘Manas National Park’.
A UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, a Project Tiger Reserve and an Elephant Reserve in Assam (India), it nourishes and rejuvenates your soul like nothing else. The park is contiguous with the Royal Manas National Park in Bhutan, the oldest protected area in this small Himalayan nation. The air, water and the land, everything shines and sparkles here, sprinkling magic dust on the beholder! If you have to send a postcard to serenity, this is its address.
As the miles of forests cascade and the cityscape fades into oblivion during the road trip, this is where one arrives at, when entering from Bansbari (the entry point to the park in Assam’s Barpeta district) and that’s just the beginning of the journey deep into the lush forests. This is where the traveller can begin wandering along the Manas river, as it flows through the expansive landscape, to drift from rock to rock, tree to bush, grove to grove; or simply watch the river flow, healing, nourishing.
❝ The clearest way into the universe is through a forest wilderness ❞
— John Muir
Owned by ‘Assam Tourism’, the ‘Manas Jungle Lodge’, situated in prime position right at the entrance to the ‘Manas National Park’, overlooking the tranquil 60-year-old tea garden on one side, jungle and views of the Himalayan foothills on the other. The 16 large twin-bedded rooms all have attached bathrooms and the Lodge is simply but comfortably furnished. The Lodge also has electricity.
There is a welcoming atmosphere to the Lodge, which includes an attractive dining room and a lobby where you can relax on sofas, browsing through books from their library. In fine weather tables and chairs are set outside for breakfast and the spacious grounds are fast becoming a delightful garden in which to stroll.
We are recommended to those enjoying the great nature of Himalayan wilderness of Manas National Park, not for those seeking comfort and style.
It’s not a destination for the average tourist, and more appealing to genuine travellers who enjoy getting off the beaten track - a shame really, because Manas National Park is one of India’s officially designated tiger breeding areas. The Park is a splendid and unspoiled wonderland rich in animal, bird and plant life. Visitors prepared to explore one of India’s more remote areas will see certainly see elephants, buffalo, deer, monkeys, giant storks, peacocks and hawks, and maybe even tigers and leopards.
Each bedroom has comfortable twin beds, a writing-cum-dressing table, cane chairs to relax in, and good hanging cupboard space, while the bathrooms have excellent hot and cold showers with basin and w.c. Most of the furniture has been beautifully made by local craftsmen to their specification.
Their ever smiling staff includes an excellent chef who produces delicious home-cooked meals, be they of local Assamese cuisine, north Indian, Chinese or Continental origin.
Meals: 963 per person per day for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Morning tea: 30 per cup.
Available Room & Tariff
Children & Extra BedsChildren of all ages are welcome.
Kids upto 10 years of age are our guests at no charge.
However if an extra bed is requested, then 700 will be charged for the extra bed.
Double Room - A room assigned to two people and have comfortable twin beds, a writing-cum-dressing table, cane chairs to relax in, and good hanging cupboard space.
How to reach there
By Air: Manas NP is well connected by road to its nearest airport (LGBI) at Guwahati; the distance is 176 kms approx. There are regular flights from Bagdogra, Kolkata, New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Goa, Dibrugarh, Jorhat.
By Road: The National Highway No. 31 adjoins Barpeta Road which is 22 kms to Bansbari (entry point of Manas NP). Manas is also well connected to Siliguri (326 kms) and Bagdogra (335 kms) by road.
By Train: Guwahati is gateway to the North East India. All major cities of India are well connected to Guwahati including Rajdhani Express. There are several trains heading to Guwahati that stops at Barpeta Road Railway Station, which is 22 kms to Bansbari.
25% deposit is charged in by Bhramonik upon reservation. 50% of total to be paid in behalf of Manas Jungle Lodge after booking. Final balance to be paid to Manas Jungle Lodge after arrival.
If government travel restrictions or hotel closure prevents your stay, the initial deposit paid to Bhramonik may be freely transferred to a future booking through Bhramonik (T&Cs apply).
For cancellations less than 90 days before arrival, Manas Jungle Lodge will keep/charge 50% of total. For cancellations less than 30 days before arrival, Manas Jungle Lodge will keep/charge full amount. For no-shows or early departures, Manas Jungle Lodge will keep/charge full amount. Cancellation fees kept by Manas Jungle Lodge may be used for a future stay at this property.
Payment and cancellation policies may vary with special offers.
Unless otherwise specified, the initial guarantee deposit is non-refundable.
We're available from 9am-6pm Monday-Friday,
and 9am-5pm Saturday (India times).