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Comment by Amitabh Sarma on August 27, 2013 at 11:33am

The Diphlu River Lodge, Kaziranga National Park, INDIA

Nestled on the banks of the picturesque Diphlu River which meanders by the celebrated Kaziranga National Park, Diphlu River Lodge is the ideal getaway for a never-before intimacy with the natural world. With environment-sensitive cottages overlooking the river, Park or verdant farmland, Diphlu River Lodge combines modern comforts with the thrill of the wild with a plethora of activities to enthral your every sense.

Be it spotting an Indian rhinoceros in its natural habitat or appreciating the tribal wisdom of the people of the land, the Lodge offers experiences and itineraries which are suited for individual preferences. Explore the Park with elephant and jeep safaris, watch our in-house local team of craftsmen and weavers in action, revel in the dances of the region with special performances, visit rubber and tea plantations or discover the majesty of the Brahmaputra River and its playful dolphins.

Comment by Tony Humphrey on July 27, 2013 at 2:50pm

In the Tour Operator group Chef LeeZ  asked for some clarification of our TOPs program re pricing.

We allow travel products and services to be added to our program at the same price that they are sold TO wholesalers or the 'outlet' or ' source' price....they DO NOT have to be further discounted....hope this helps...this allows the smallest of quality travel businesses to promote their services at no cost to our members....full info onsite.

Comment by Cookie Evans on May 26, 2013 at 2:27pm

Eco travel to #bocasdeltor #panama.

we are located on a carribean island where threre are no concrete jungles. You always have a view with us. Try something different for summer

Comment by Oasis Adventures and Camps Ltd on May 1, 2013 at 3:10am

Oasis Eco Camp is an exclusive family friendly, alcohol free getaway on the shores of Lake Elementaita Kenya. Set in the midst of a natural acacia forest and bushes, it is home to abundant birdlife, with the lake area boasting of over 450 species of birds.

The camp provides a serene, quiet and peaceful natural environment, conducive for romantic getaways, family retreats, friends getaways, birding enthusiasts, bush weddings and for corporate team building. The camp has been designed with minimum impact on the environment.

Accomodation ranges from self catering cottages, catered bandas, safari style large walk in tents to a campsite by the Lake. All the rooms are furnished with comfortable rustic beds with warm  linen and are suited with clean modern flush toilets with hot showers and are solar powered.

Attractions and activities include,birding walks along the lake with a dip at the lakes hotspring, hiking and biking to nearby hills, bush breakfasts by the lake. Being centrally located, the camp can be used as a base to tours Lake Nakuru Park, Menengai Crater, Kariandusi prehistoric site and Hells Gate park . Its proximity from Nairobi, an hour and half's drive from city towards Nakuru, makes it the perfect GETAWAY!

Comment by Tony Humphrey on April 7, 2013 at 12:54pm

Sedona, Arizona....hike the red mountain trails to experience the vortexes / vortices. 

Comment by Delvinus Sabolak on January 15, 2013 at 4:06am
Comment by Delvinus Sabolak on September 22, 2012 at 9:38pm

Welcome Mentawai Island of Indonesia... 

Comment by Tessa Lee on July 10, 2012 at 5:46pm

Hi Tripatini members! 

I am doing some research on traveler perceptions about Oman- why tourists may choose to go to the Sultanate (country), what types of tourism they associate with Oman and what some of the obstacles to Omani tourism development may be. 

I have put together a very quick 8 question survey, ideally for people who have not yet been. It would be wonderful to get as many responses as possible, and I know tripatini is a network for global travelers, so please fill it out if you have a spare 5 minutes. 

Here is the link:

Thank you very much! 


Comment by Ariane Janer on June 30, 2012 at 3:20pm

Hi Ed, yes it is. Sorry to hear that the dates are bad for you. But spread the word!

Comment by Ed Wetschler on June 30, 2012 at 3:07pm

Thanks, Ariane. I just went to the website; bad dates for me, which is too bad. This looks like a terrific event. 




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