Wild Mahaseer Lodge
Near Tejpur, Assam
Wild Mahseer is a Colonial plantation property which comprises 5 independent bungalows located on 22 acres of ‘organic’ tropical land surrounded by tea gardens. On a clear day, green and blue eastern Himalayan ranges, often with the highest ridges snow-capped, can be seen from the veranda of the bungalow.

The bungalow is named after one of the toughest and strongest 'game fish' in the world - the ‘Golden Mahseer’, which is found in abundance in the nearby river Bhorelli. Wild Mahseer is an ideal location that caters to a wide variety of interests apart from tea tasting programmes and visits to tea factories.

Nested in the midst of the Addabarie Tea estate, the main Heritage Bungalow is immersed in 108 years of rich history. It has three beautifully appointed rooms with bathrooms, a lounge, a dining room, a drawing room and a study. The bungalow is surrounded with beautiful trees, varieties of plants and has a spacious and well manicured lawn.

The other 4 bungalows are: Golden Tips - 2 bedrooms with dining/drawing room; Silver Tips - 3 bedrooms; Second Flush – 4 bedrooms and Ambrosia – 2 bedrooms.

Meals, multi -cuisine specializing on local Anglo-Indian food, are normally served in the main lodge. Of the four bungalows, three of them have individual kitchens – should you want to have special meals or cook by yourself.
Activities and Excursions :
• Angling and river rafting on the Bhorelli River can be organised in co-ordination with the forest authorities along with a visit to the Nameri National Park.
• Soft river rafting on the Bhorelli is an enjoyable experience. There are two river boats owned by the Wild Mahseer management, which go down stream for a day long trip.
• Boat ride in the Brahmaputra can be arranged and if luck favours, the endangered fresh water dolphins can be seen frolicking in the river as one cruises along.
• Elephant rides can be arranged through bamboo groves, dead rivers, navigable streams and villages culminating in a traditional village visit.
• One can also visit Kaziranga National Park, home to the Great Indian Rhino and Asiatic Elephant.
• A guest can go to a traditional Assamese village and experience, the way people live. Weaving and rearing of silk, paddy cultivation and harvesting, performances of traditional dramas and arts are among the various facets of cultural life.
• One can take a Tea Trek in one of the tea estates and learn all about tea manufacture.
How To Get There :
The Wild Mahseer is located 220 km (5 hours) from Guwahati airport, which is well connected by air to Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bagdogra and other major cities of India. The property is a mere 20-minute drive from Tezpur airport connected by air from Kolkata. Wild Mahseer is also an ideal stopover for visitors to Tawang in the state of Arunachal Pradesh which houses the highest Buddhist Monastery in the world
Price :
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