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.
Wild Mahseer is located in the centre of Assam, Northeast India, on the North bank of the Brahmaputra River in the district of Sonitpur, 20 minutes from the ancient city of Tezpur and 2hrs away from Kaziranga National Park. It is a beautiful oasis set in the midst of the Balipara division of Addabarie Tea Estate, established by the British Assam Tea Company in 1864.
Named after one of the toughest game fish in the world, Wild Mahseer is a unique haven for legendary conventions of the erstwhile British planters of Assam.
There are 5 independent bungalows with 14 double bedrooms and suites with individually attached bathrooms. The Silver Tips has 3 bedrooms and was originally Doctor Sahib’s Bungalow, The Golden Tips has 2 bedrooms and was the Group Accountants Bungalows, the Basha was originally the Visiting Agents office and now houses 4 spacious bedrooms, The Ambrosia with 2 spacious bedrooms and last but not the least Wild Mahseer Heritage Bungalow, which was the Visiting Agents Official residence with 3 bedrooms.
Wild Mahseer’s old-world charm and gracious living, together with its lush surroundings and vast range of activities, make it an ideal getaway for people from all over the planet.