Wild Mahseer Tea Planter Bungalow

Located in Eastern Himalaya Botanical Gardens

Award Winning Heritage Home Stay – Where History Is Your Host

Join a handful of spirited souls and explore the well-kept secret of Assam, the tea-growing state in North East India, until recently forbidden to visitors.

Taste the lifestyle of a Colonial tea planter at Wild Mahseer, a 22-acre sanctuary comprising the jewel in our crown, the exclusive Heritage Bungalow, an additional 4 cozy tea bungalows, the First Flush dining pavilion and Two & A Bud conference facility all located on a certified organic property.

Wild Mahseer is the perfect place to relax and be pampered between forays out to witness Assam’s breathtaking pristine scenery, discover its rare and abundant wildlife, meet its eclectic mix of people and savour its flavorful multi-cultural cuisine.

Boasting a vivid ethnic legacy celebrated with vibrant festivals and tribal dances, Assam offers the traveler unique experiences found nowhere else in the world.

  • Kaziranga National Park for Elephant & Jeep Safaris, Trekking & Bird Watching (royal Bengal tigers, rhinos, wild elephants and 480 bird species)
  • Nameri National Park for Angling, Trekking & Bird Watching
  • (endangered white-winged wood ducks)
  • Nameri National Park for Angling, Trekking & Bird Watching
  • (endangered white-winged wood ducks)
  • River Rafting
  • Dolphin Watching
  • Ethnic Village
  • (handlooms, handicrafts, agriculture, local brews and cuisine)
  • Hindu Temples & Buddhist Monastery
  • Tea Plantation & Factory
  • Experimental Organic Cultivation Station
  • Balipara Saturday Market
  • Tezpur Town Shopping (homespun silks and bell-metal utensils)
  • Tea Tasting
  • Cooking Classes (Assamese, Anglo-Indian and North Indian)
  • Scenic Walks & Bicycle Rides
  • Tennis & Golf

Explore Eastern Himalayan Botanic Gardens @ Wild Mahseer

Conservation of threatened, endemic and economically important plant species is important when the world is facing the threat of continuous loss of species at an alarming rate. Botanical garden plays a very vital role in ex-situ conservation being as a center for rescue, recovery, rehabilitation, exploration, documentation, germplasm preservation of plant species.


Eastern Himalayan Botanic Gardens aims to explore and to promote native flora and fauna for conservation and spread awareness in the locality. This “Eastern Himalayan Botanic Gardens” is the first of its kind inspired by nature in Eastern Himalaya an endevour under taken by Balipara Foundation and Wild Mahseer.


To know more about the Gardens click on this link : EASTERN HIMALAYAN BOTANIC GARDENS

 

Wild Mahseer

Wild Mahseer
Balipara Division
Addabarie Tea Estate
P.O Lokra, Sonitpur
Balipara, Assam, 784101, India

Mumbai:

 

For reservations and enquiries contact:

Kenrick Ferns

Mobile: +91 98336 31377

Office: +91 2267 060861

Office line open between 08:00 to 17:00 from Mon-Fri

 

reservations@wildmahseer.com

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