Spread over 22 acres and surrounded by tea gardens, the Wild Mahseer in Balipara, Assam is a British-
era heritage bungalow that could easily become a habitual getaway. Nestled in the Addabarie Tea
Estate the 145 years old Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark in Residence at Wild Mahseer, will
gently sweep you back in time.
Your host here, is history & nature.
Serenely tucked in the Brahmaputra valley and nurtured by the local
communities of the Eastern Himalayas, the Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark in residence
at Wild Mahseer is an elusive natural and cultural paradise.
Located 25 kms away from India’s cleanest city, Tezpur, Wild Mahseer is a bio-diverse
Ark of 1,00,000+ plants, 75+ species of birds and 72+ species of butterflies and is
also the gateway to the forests of Pakke, Kaziranga, Nameri and Orang.
Imbued in history on a 22-acre land, it comprises of the Burra (visiting agent’s)
Bungalow (3 rooms), a mute spectator of the tea heritage that allows visitors to immerse
in the nostalgia of the colonial lifestyle. Along with an additional four cosy tea bungalows
(17 rooms), the First Flush dining pavilion and Two & A Bud conference facility all
located on a certified organic property.