Diphlu River Lodge believes in responsible tourism and in giving back to the environment. This commitment is a real and visible part of the structure and functioning of Diphlu River Lodge.
Architecture and interior design
Our cottages and common areas are built with natural materials like bamboo and wood. The Lodge has no fencing and has been purposefully designed to blend seamlessly into its green surroundings.
Our in-house team of women and men weavers from neighbouring villages are responsible for all the woven objects of the Lodge.
Most of the staff at Diphlu River Lodge are from villages in and around Kaziranga National Park and the remaining few are from other parts of Northeast India.
Staff were offered skills training in hospitality by Diphlu River Lodge and their friendly, gentle natures are undoubtedly the Lodge's biggest asset.
At Diphlu River Lodge, we even grow our own organic rice, vegetables and mustard.
Guests will be able to see the crops growing within the Lodge premises.
Diphlu River Lodge recycles grey water that drains into the central pond and is used for irrigation.
Organic waste is converted to compost.
Membership of responsible tourism organisations
Diphlu River Lodge is associated with the Ecotourism Society of India and is part of Travel Operators for Tigers (TOFT).