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Red Earth
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Red Earth

Badane kuppe(near Hosmalla) Via Antharasante HD Kote Taluk

Tariff 13691 onwards

Ranked 21 of 437 Nature Camps in India

1ratingratingratingratingratingrating4.1/5 (179 Traveller Ratings)
Everything about this hotel was excellent.It was difficult to find the location of the hotel. All the facilities provided at this hotel was good, and even the service was good.As I did not order any food.No comments on the food and the rest was good.... Read more
Binsar Eco Camp
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Binsar Eco Camp

Om-Nagar, Dhaulchina, Almora, Uttarakhand 263624

Tariff 5440 onwards

Ranked 22 of 437 Nature Camps in India

1ratingratingratingratingratingrating4.1/5 (113 Traveller Ratings)
good food...nice environment...nice hospitality staffs are very good if u love nature...u should visit there with family or friends Read more
Mystique Meadows
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Mystique Meadows

Swiss Cottage Camp Sumyur Nubra

Tariff 4220 onwards

Ranked 23 of 437 Nature Camps in India

1ratingratingratingrating4.0/5 (62 Traveller Ratings)
I made a tour in the month of May to this hotel as Holiday trip with family in Ladakh. The location was good. The destination was very good. The appearance of the hotel was very good. The rooms there was very good it was neat and clean. The food prov... Read more
Anaerangal Camp
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Anaerangal Camp

Anaerangal Lake Suryanelli, Munnar

Tariff 6000 onwards

Ranked 24 of 437 Nature Camps in India

1ratingratingratingratingratingrating3.9/5 (20 Traveller Ratings)
Loved my stay at the camp. The cottages are cozy,clean and comfortable. The view is spectacular and the service is top notch. They even helped me with an early morning trek to Kolukkumalai. If you are looking for somenplace to unwind and chill, look ... Read more
The Great Outdoors
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The Great Outdoors

Bautakata,next to marine engineers office, Kawar, Karnataka 581301

Tariff 6420 onwards

Ranked 25 of 437 Nature Camps in India

1ratingratingratingratingratingrating3.8/5 (40 Traveller Ratings)
Mussoorie Camp Retreat
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Mussoorie Camp Retreat

Mussoorie Uttarakhand

Tariff 5710 onwards

Ranked 26 of 437 Nature Camps in India

1ratingratingratingratingratingrating3.9/5 (29 Traveller Ratings)
The owner was too rude and oversmart.. he tried to loot us at every possible point. Didnt have basic Ettiquites.. Read more
Ayar Jungle Camp
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Ayar Jungle Camp

Barapathar-Sherwood College Road, Ayarpatta Hill, Mallital, Nainital

Tariff 1700 onwards

Ranked 27 of 437 Nature Camps in India

1ratingratingratingratingratingrating3.9/5 (67 Traveller Ratings)
Not a place for families, especially tent accommodation. Tents have a common/Sharing toilet and bathroom facility, which is not good. Tents dont have a basin also. Lighting is not proper on paths. Bed are soggy and gives you backache when you get up ... Read more
Bheemeshwari Adventure & Nature Camp
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Bheemeshwari Adventure & Nature Camp

Byadarahalli Post Halgur Hobli Malavalli Taluk

Tariff 7000 onwards

Ranked 28 of 437 Nature Camps in India

1ratingratingratingratingratingrating3.8/5 (147 Traveller Ratings)
Wonderfully maintained property, close to nature and thankfully NO mosquitoes. The adventure activities were also very good and exhilarating. If you want to have complete peace of mind, this is the place to be. The chirping of the birds, the early mo... Read more
Nature Hunt Eco Camp
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Nature Hunt Eco Camp

Bachagaon, Diring Kaziranga National Park

Tariff 2700 onwards

Ranked 29 of 437 Nature Camps in India

1ratingratingratingratingratingrating3.9/5 (40 Traveller Ratings)
we booked a 6nts/7days trip through nature hunt(Ronnie) in the last week of December & the whole trip was fantastic & mesmerizing.We stayed at nature hunt for 2 nights & our stay was pleasant.Rooms were neat & the staff was super supportive & courteo... Read more
Royal Safari Camp
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Royal Safari Camp

Helloj Road, Near Secondary School Pushkar

Tariff 14440 onwards

Ranked 30 of 437 Nature Camps in India

1ratingratingratingratingratingrating4.9/5 (8 Traveller Ratings)
The auberge is fantastic. Service is awesome. We enjoyed our stay. We backward there for alone a 2 day but ambition we could accept backward longer. The agents are absolutely affable and they yield affliction of guests actual calmly .Food is actual t... Read more
Nameri Eco Camp
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Nameri Eco Camp

Near Range Office Vill Tarajan,Potasall PO Namari

Tariff 1700 onwards

Ranked 31 of 437 Nature Camps in India

1ratingratingratingrating4.0/5 (74 Traveller Ratings)
Royal Safari Camp
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Royal Safari Camp

Nr. Wildass Sanctuary, Nr. Malvan Cross Road, Ahmedabad-Kutchh Highway, Dist. Surendranagar., Bajana

Tariff 5500 onwards

Ranked 32 of 437 Nature Camps in India

1ratingratingratingrating4.0/5 (34 Traveller Ratings)
Desert safari was the best experience. Must visit place. Resort is well maintained. Food is also good. Read more
Abrar Palace & Jungle Camps
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Abrar Palace & Jungle Camps

Ranthambore Road, Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan 322001

Tariff 8000 onwards

Ranked 33 of 437 Nature Camps in India

1ratingratingratingratingratingrating3.9/5 (58 Traveller Ratings)
Perfect place for nature lover. You will get lots of colourful birds very easily. Hotel also having lots of vertiy of trees. Read more
Five Five Restaurant and Guest Tents
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Five Five Restaurant and Guest Tents

Flea Market Road, Anjuna, Bardez 

Tariff 2000 onwards

Ranked 34 of 437 Nature Camps in India

1ratingratingratingratingratingrating4.1/5 (26 Traveller Ratings)
it was very peacefulness staying there... iwas very happy on The morning, wheni wakeup I was Read more
The Chardham Camp Harsil
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The Chardham Camp Harsil

Dharali Gangotri Marg Harsil

Tariff 6500 onwards

Ranked 35 of 437 Nature Camps in India

1ratingratingratingratingratingrating4.4/5 (4 Traveller Ratings)
We had a great experience. The facilities provided at the Camp and services of the committed staff deserves appreciation. The staff was very well behaved and prompt at providing service. The weather was very pleasant. The food served at the Camp was ... Read more
Pangong Retreat Camp
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Pangong Retreat Camp

Maan Village, Pangong

Tariff 3500 onwards

Ranked 36 of 437 Nature Camps in India

1ratingratingratingratingratingrating3.9/5 (23 Traveller Ratings)
Room and view is amazing, food is really expensive. Make sure you check rates before ordering food. Read more
The Chardham Camp
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The Chardham Camp

Joshimath 1 Ragtoli, Near Joshi Vidhalaya Joshimath Joshimath, Auli

Tariff 5500 onwards

Ranked 37 of 437 Nature Camps in India

1ratingratingratingratingrating5.0/5 (1 Traveller Ratings)
leiure group of hotels have a remarkable chain for this char dham camp. They provide with food at all three times and pack your food when you are travelling. Food when in camps served hot and the aroma and the nature beside leaves you with some good ... Read more
Kundalika Rafting Camp
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Kundalika Rafting Camp

At Kamat, Post: Jamgaon Off Kolad Mulshi Road Taluka :Roha, Kolad

Tariff 7663 onwards

Ranked 38 of 437 Nature Camps in India

1ratingratingratingratingratingrating3.9/5 (59 Traveller Ratings)
ok ok room,good thing drinking water available in front of your room,morning tea too they serve in front of room.wakeup call.Dont forget to bring Sunscreen during summer or hot body stretching before n after Rafting,its something that thos... Read more
Desert Trails
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Desert Trails

C-300, Pradhan Marg, Malivya Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302017

Tariff 2500 onwards

Ranked 39 of 437 Nature Camps in India

1ratingratingratingratingratingrating3.1/5 (9 Traveller Ratings)
I had visited this hotel with my family. The hotel was located in centre of the city. The service of the hotel was nice. The complimentary breakfast was provided by the hotel. The food quality was nice in the hotel. There was no delay in check in and... Read more
Incredible Camp
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Incredible Camp

Mussoorie- Chamba Road Near Hotel Snow View District Tehri Garhwal

Tariff 3500 onwards

Ranked 40 of 437 Nature Camps in India

1ratingratingratingratingratingrating3.6/5 (7 Traveller Ratings)
good stay and enjoyed their with family. the stay was very comfortable and people enjoyed the trip. Read more
Nature Camps in India

One of the best things about India is that the country is so large that it spans over a huge range of forests, hills and deserts, making it the perfect host to a variety of amazing nature camps and adventure camps. Whether you are near a forest, hill or a desert there is always something of interest for the camping lover in you. The different parts of India cater to different camping experiences.

Here are a few nature camps from different parts of India that are sure to soothe the camper’s soul in you:

Nature Camps in South India

  1. Mudumalai National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary: Mudumalai lies in Tamil Nadu and shares its boundaries with Kerala and Karnataka making it a popular camping destination for people from all over South India. It is also a declared Tiger Reserve Park and is home to many endangered types, making it a sought-after wildlife nature camp too. There is a plethora of different camps set up around the park, which caters to different camping interests. Greenwoods Nature Camp is a well-known trekking camp that offers accommodation as well as lots of activities to make your stay exciting. Jungle lodges and resorts is a popular brand of nature camps in south India. The Bannerghatta Nature Camp located on the outskirts of Bangalore is a good destination for both adventure and nature lovers.
  2. Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary: Wayanad is situated in Kerala amidst acres of pristine greenery and serenity. The vast expanse of hilly terrains makes it a perfect forest camping site. A nature camp in Kerala will home a variety of flora and fauna and has been described as the destination for best nature camp in India experienced by many visitors. There are many jungle lodges and resorts around the sanctuary that promise great fun and adventure. Jungle Retreat in Wayanad is one of the best nature camps around the area. Trekking and cycling through these terrains are an experience every nature lover must have while staying in this nature camp. Kerala is host to unspoiled stretches of greenery. So, if you are looking for a nature camp in Karnataka or Kerala, Wayanad will be a great choice to go with. 

Nature Camps in North India

  1. Adventure Trekking in Dehradun: If you’re looking to escape the heat and monotony of Delhi and are looking for adventure camps near the city, Dehradun would be a perfect choice. Nestled in the majestic Himalayan mountain ranges, Dehradun is an exquisite and charming little city. There are a wide range of adventurous activities that can be covered here. You can either erect your own tents or book hotels online. Booking hotels online ensures an accommodation before you reach the campsite. Holiday cottages are also good alternatives for accommodations. Homestays in India are an experience in itself and would be a good accommodation choice if you want to plunge yourself into the culture of Dehradun along with the adventure it offers.
  2. Adventure Camps in Ladakh: Ladakh, situated in Jammu and Kashmir has breath-taking landscapes, enticing snow covered peaks and rugged surfaces, placing it at the top of every adventure junkie’s wish list. Camp Water Mark and Camp Whispering Waves, located on the banks of Pangong Lake, are a good choice of accommodation while indulging in all the adventure activities Ladakh has to offer. However, you can also choose to stay in the best hotels of India and plan a drive to these nature camps instead.

Nature Camps in West India

  1. Wind Desert Camps, Jaisalmer: Rajasthan is certainly one of the best destinations for desert camp experiences. The Desert of Thar is the best-known desert that offers tented accommodations right in the middle of it. Located near Delhi, these deserts make for good adventure camps for travellers from Delhi or nearby places. At the core of the Thar Desert is Jaisalmer, which is a beautiful walled city of immense historical importance. Most of these desert camps offer camel rides and an opportunity to immerse yourself in the local folk music. With lots of options for desert safari camps, Jaisalmer is a popular choice for people coming from all over India to experience the winds desert camp. 
  2. Ranthambore National Park: The Ranathmbore National Park is famous for having a dense population of tigers and is also known for being a Tiger Park. Adventure camps in Ranthambore organise forest safaris, river safaris and water activities in Mansarovar Lake and Surwal Lake. You can set up base in Vanya Vilas, which is a highly-visited place for accommodations. From there you can indulge in all your favourite adventure activities. You can also visit the surrounding areas, which also houses a variety of wild camps. India does indeed have a plethora of choices for adventure enthusiasts from all over the world.

Nature Camps in East India

  1. Latpanchar Camping Ground, Darjeeling: Darjeeling’s rocky and rugged landscapes coupled with the breath-taking greenery and hills make it a favourite spot for camping among lots of adventure enthusiasts. The Latpanchar village plays host to a large camping ground, which is spread over 5 acres on top of a hill, overlooking the river Teesta. White water rafting, bird watching, trekking, mountain-biking, canoeing and jungle survival are the most common activities provided by this adventure camp. 
  2. Samsing Rocky Island Camp: This nature camp is organised on the banks of River Murti and is a semi-permanent camping accommodation with the capacity to house up to 100 campers. This adventure camp also offers the same activities as the Latpanchar camp. Other options for a good stay include accommodation facilities by the Club Mahindra Holidays group for a luxurious stay. The Mahindra group manages a host of properties in the North East, which promises a luxurious and comfortable stay for all who choose to stay there. 

There is no dearth of good camping sites in India. Every village, town and state has its own tourist attractions and all of them have extremely good accommodations for the same. It is rightly said that it will take an individual an entire lifetime for him to explore every nook and cranny of India. The allure lies in the strategic positioning of our country, which is landlocked in the top half and welcomes the sea in the bottom half. Thus, ensuring adequate adventure activities for the water-adventure lovers as well as the land-adventure lovers.