It is RAW experience of a forest and the bengal village lifestyle. If you are a nature person, you will love this. No lights but yes well maintained. Negligible mosquitoes in March. Carry odomos if you are that particular. Good dormitories.
The best part is the night river ride - you should do that to see the bio-luminescent bacteria glow in the water. This can be only seen at night. Strangely, no body in the Tourism department knows this and calls it Glowing water. Thanks to my lovely cousins who had experienced this in Porto Rico and thus, could enlighten us. In layman language you can call it " paani main jugnu"
Do not go just to see animals as they are not told to be available and they don't know that you have paid to see them. They will be seen only if they want to be seen.
Food is good and clean and very simple and tasty..Non-veg - GOOD..
Not for kids as the mothers won't enjoy the nature. Carry your regular biscuits and snacks for non-stop munching on the boat.
ENJOY - nature and bengal