far from the maddening crowd


Agoratoli Resort has been the pioneer in ecotourism in the Eastern range of Kaziranga National Park from 2011. Far from the maddening crowd, this jungle lodge stands right on the edge of the park.  Built for the avid wildlife lovers, birders, photographers and conservationists, the primary focus of this jungle lodge in Kaziranga is on community participation in ecotourism and wildlife & habitat conservation. It overlooks the pristine Kaziranga landscape with seven rustic yet elegant cottages, a kitchen and a dining hall. Set up in 2011, this is the first and till last year, the only private lodge in this part of Kaziranga. Over the years, this lodge has grown into being the ecotourism hub of Kaziranga National Park, welcoming wildlife enthusiasts from all across the globe.

A bonfire in the tranquil atmosphere of this ecotourism jungle lodge sets up your mood for the evening. The orchestration of delicate symphonies reverberating through nature’s pristine theatre transforms you into an entirely unknown world. Wrapped in its lush embrace, you can catch up on the conservation themes in Kaziranga. By the time you retire, the minimal yet cosy cottages at this jungle lodge will induce a deep slumber, rejuvenating your mind and soul.

The design of Agoratoli Ecotourism Jungle Lodge reflects minimalism and the use of sustainable and locally available natural resources in sync with the surroundings. The architecture is pure Assamese, crafted by local artisans using local materials. A blend of bamboo, thatched roofs & mud creates the most minimal yet cosy and aesthetically pleasing ambience. This calls for regular maintenance, but that ensures constant engagement for the villagers.

In continuation of the local theme, the cuisine at Agoratoli Resort is again a reflection of the authentic Assamese culture – simple and organic. Local herbs, farm-grown yields & village-reared poultry ignites the cooking pan. The aroma of the sumptuous dishes will waft through the air and assault your nostrils. The aromatic and delicious Joha-rice, endemic to Assam, with an assortment of organic culinary herbs, stimulates your taste pallets.

Unlike other places, Agoratoli Ecotourism Jungle Lodge does not boast of amenities such as televisions, air-conditioners, fancy bathtubs, or liveried room services. The only exception is the clean rooms, toilets with geysers and tea-coffee makers in the cottages. It has nothing to remind you of the urban lifestyle you came from. The local youths from the neighbouring villages will serve you with a smile on their faces. As part of its focus on environmental protection, the resort dissuades people from using packaged, bottled water. Rather, you will need to fill up your water bottles in your rooms from the filtered dispensers in the dining area. The resort does not encourage partying and loud crowd or walk-in clients.  The best way to spend your time here is to engage with the owners to broaden your concept of the amazing biodiversity of Kaziranga.

We are a small lodge with only seven cottages. Two of these are double-bedded, three are triple-bedded, and two are family cottages.

can sleep two

Rs. 2,600 per night

Two single beds

Attached Bath with hot-water geyser

One child below five years can stay free with parents

One extra person without bed allowed @ Rs. 600

can sleep three

Rs. 3,600 per night

One single bed and one double bed

Attached Bath with hot-water geyser

One child below five years can stay free with parents

One extra person with bed allowed @ Rs. 1,000

can sleep four

Rs. 4,400 per night

two single beds and one double bed

Two toilets – one with bath and the other without

One child below five years can stay free with parents

One extra person with bed allowed @ Rs. 1,000

Kaziranga National Park

It needs no reiteration that Kaziranga is a unique, albeit fragile eco-system with the best conservation success story in the world. This National Park is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a Tiger project, and an Important Bird Sanctuary. With so many feathers in its cap, it is no wonder that it attracts wildlife and nature connoisseurs from all across the world
The alluvial plain forests of Kaziranga, fed and nourished by the annual floods of the Brahmaputra houses two-thirds of the world’s one-horned rhino population. It also houses the highest density of the endangered Royal Bengal Tigers among all protected areas in the world. That is because of over two-thirds of the world’s Asiatic Water Buffalo population, 30,000 Hog Deer, a sizable count of Swamp Deer and Wild Boars, combine to ensure a ready prey base for the supreme predator. The diverse grasslands, the all-enduring water bodies and a combination of broadleaf forests are again home to over 500 species of birds.
This biodiversity hotspot attracts tourists of all hues and shades, from all across the world. a diverse portfolio of tourists and wildlife enthusiasts. Whether it be for birds or big mammals, this place has it all, making it one of the most preferred wildlife destination in the world.

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What do people say about Agoratoli Resort?

We had an expert driver who could understand the deer distress call and asked us to keep looking at a direction and we were lucky to see a Tiger walking past after the day’s hunt. It went around a pond and was returning back to the den possibly when the sunlight was receding. Read more “”

Jagan Mohan, Bengaluru, India

This is THE place to go for the true nature and wildlife enthusiast. We stayed in Agoratoli Resort a few years back with our extended family and had a great family time with no distractions. My husband and I went again this January to celebrate our 30th Anniversary amidst nature. Read more “”

Mita Baruah is from Toronto, Canada
Mita Baruah, Toronto, Canada

From the moment of our arrival till we left we were looked after by the staff with great loving care. The food was excellent. The safari ride was also very enjoyable with plenty of wildlife. This part of Kaziranga park has woodlands, tall grass, and large water bodies. The room was comfortable and clean. Read more “”

Ranjit Bhuyan, Gurgaon

The main thing is the owner Mr. Bhaskar Baruah. Really loves the jungle, an avid conservationist and a keen photographer. If you are in a decent sized group, he will mostly be there personally and you can tap into his vast knowledge. Read more “”

Sunil G. Mumbai

I had the chance to experience the Agoratoli Resort twice rather than once. I traveled there alone last November and was welcomed as part of the family. First, I had talked to Bhaskar, one of the owners, about my trip to Assam. Read more “”

Marie works in Village Monde
Marie Claude Baril, Sainte-Thècle, Quebec

It all came together to give me one of my most memorable holidays for all the right reasons. And last but not least, Bhaskar Barua’s humor would make even a dull day seem like fun ? Read more “”

Mohit is a trailblazer at Wildlywise Adventure
Mohit Midha, New Delhi

Our trip to Kaziranga turned out to be extra special due to our stay at Agoratoli Eco Tourism Resort! The resort is an extension of the park itself and you feel like you are connected to nature and wildlife every moment of your stay. Read more “”

Rajee Nair stays in Delhi and is a Travel Industry veteran
Rajee Nair, New Delhi

We were a little skeptical and worried about life in an ecotourism resort which specially mentions no room service, no WiFi & no TV. To our surprise -we had a superb time. The extended service of all the drivers, chef, pantry boys just won our hearts. Read more “”

Deepa Junarkar, India

As an avid birdwatcher and wildlife enthusiast, I wanted something more, and Kaziranga and Agoratoli Resort turned out to be perfect. My trip to Kaziranga was extremely memorable! Read more “”

Brent D. Ryan is from New England USA
Brent D. Ryan, New England, USA

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