Below is a list of our Frequently Asked Questions; if you have any other
questions do contact us.
Visit our Policies page for important InnTheWild Policies and Wildlife Laws.
There is a high diversity of wildlife within and around InnTheWild with about 55 species of mammal, 50 species of fishes, 21 species of amphibians, 34 species of reptiles, and 227 species of birds; some of the prominent ones are:
The weather is very pleasant year round with temperatures ranging from 17-30°C (63-86°F); there is a good chance to spot wildlife at any time — so when to visit depends on your personal preference…
If you are not an Indian citizen, you will most likely need a visa to enter India. Generally, your passport must be valid for at least six months from time of entry and must have enough blank pages for the visa and entry stamps. It would be best to check with your local Indian embassy/consulate or travel agent atleast 2 months ahead of travel regarding the requirements — need for visa, permitted duration, recommended vaccinations, etc.
For the list of Indian embassies and consulates, visit http://india.gov.in .
Usually, the mode of transportation (plane, rail, road, etc.) will determine the limitation on luggage quantity, weight, and size.
For instance, if travel by air is part of your itinerary, luggage restrictions per the airline will apply — usually 1-2 checked bags not more than 20 kgs (44 pounds) each and some hand-carry allowance; on the other hand, if you are travelling by road only, you may be able to exceed 20 kgs (50 pounds) per bag but the number of bags will be per your vehicle’s capacity.
It is our recommendation that you travel light — 1 bag of about 20 kgs (50 pounds) and a small backup (useful when on safari to carry camera equipment and some essentials).
If you have selected the Tree House or Tree Top accommodations, please be advised not to carry anything too bulky as the space is quite compact.
It will certainly be a fun and educational experience for children.
Things to keep in mind:
Yes; some of the destinations are listed below — visit our Activities page for itineraries and pricing.
No, it is not safe to drink the tap water. Upon arrival, one complimentary bottle of mineral water per guest is offered; additional bottles can be purchased as needed.
The electricity supply is 220-240V 50 Hz. Plugs with two or three round pins can be used. It would be best to carry a combination voltage converter and a plug adapter.
The availability and quality of cell phone reception will depend on the coverage that your service operator provides. From our experience, coverage around the dinning and accommodation areas is usually good, however, when moving through the wilderness it is quite patchy. At InnTheWild, wired internet access is available on a common computer in the reception area. If you have a wireless data card or internet service activated on your cell phone, then your access to the internet will depend on the coverage that your service operator provides. FYI, Vodafone and AirCel have the nearest towers, and so their service is usually most consistent.