If you are game for a ‘date’ with wilderness and look forward to spending a few days literally in the lap of nature, Abor Country River camp in Pasighat must be on your list. Located in the fascinating state of Arunachal Pradesh and just under 300 km from Itangar, Abor Country River camp is a unique offering by Abor Country Travels and Expeditions , a travel company that is a pioneer in North east India. With specially curated itineraries spanning adventure, art, culture, nature and wildlife, Abor country travels is an ideal choice if you want to explore the enchanting world of the ‘seven sisters’.
Located right on the banks of the mighty Siang, the Abor country river camp is a perfect retreat from the urban humdrum. It is a place where you can wake up to the chirping of birds and spend the entire day listening to the sounds of the roaring river gushing right below. Set amidst dense tropical greenery with a view of the Siang flowing behind, Abor country river camp is a beautiful eco lodge built passionately with sustainability at its core. While water supply is from a natural fresh water spring, electricity is from solar power and all rooms have been built with materials that are eco friendly. The use of non sustainable materials and resources is curtailed to a minimum.
The camp has a total of 3 rooms and 6 tents that are tastefully done with an abundant use of native artefacts and handicrafts. The central dining area exudes warm and friendly vibes and the meals prepared with local ingredients are replete with fresh, authentic flavours.
While here, you can indulge in a host of varied activities like bird watching, trekking and of course river rafting which is an exhilarating experience quite like none other. With their vast expertise, the team also curates special packages based on your interest.
A view of the Siang from a trekking trail
For booking and more details you can visit their webpage.
7 thoughts on “Abor Country River camp, Pasighat: nature at your doorstep”
Wow! It must be a wonderful experience camping near the riverbed.
It was indeed Megala!
Its an amazing place, never herd about it, bookmarked this post.
Yes it is Jyotirmoy, you should visit if you go to Arunachal Pradesh:) Hope you visit soon!
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