The Leopard Longhouse
The Leopard Longhouse is a quaint bungalow built for two, and features in addition to the long interior bed and sitting area, a verandah with a river view, and using the concept of the Dyaks of Borneo and Iriyan Jaya, rather than compartmentalize rooms. The only compartment is the bath and even this uses a rock fall face from the mountain to provide the north eastern wall. Using one way glass, and a waterfall , you may sit in a unique hand hewn stone bath looking to the sky and river, while the rock waterfall is almost touchable. A full verandah affords a grandstand view of the river.
The Leopard Longhouse is so named because it features a full length leopard mural painted by Canadian Mural artist Susane Pink, and inspired by the resident feline. The leopard mural is a unique feature of the Longhouse. Also featured by the same artist and again reflecting the local biodiversity is a mural of the Mahaseer - the tiger of the river, a magnificent fish which this section of the Ganges was once famous for.
The Highland Raj - Africa Tents
Our Luxury Tents are a blend of Imperial Indian Raj and East Africa design, using standing height walls, and spacious enough to accommodate a couple of visitors and just not feel "constrained" in any way, it is furnished with chairs beds with bedding, has an attached shower bath and your own verandah. The toilets are dry but the waste closets are fitted with the plastic coloured seats as in most homes.
The Cliff Hanger Honeymoon Cottage
The Cliff Hanger is a luxury Cottage positioned on an overhang overlooking the beach, with a unique western view of the river, it is in a secluded spot and ideal for a honeymooning couple.
The Machan Bivouac
We also offer bivouacs or machan camp outs in deep forest across river on request and with a wildlife guide. Sitting up with a tape recorder to record the sounds of the jungle is one of the most rewarding of experiences. Coming back to the city and playing back the sounds of the jungle at night is one of the best memories to bring back!
Lighting & Power
- The camp has 220V electricity, but also uses some amount of solar electricity and kerosene lighting, as visitors find this less intrusive. Water recycling, Solar, Kinetic Heating & Cooling, Wind Energy From TigerPaw Aventures Des Indes Ltee Canada. Unique technologies from around the world.