Hotel Central Courtyard

Sevoke Road, 2nd mile Beside Maruti Showroom,Siliguri,India

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    Experience World-class Service at Hotel Central Courtyard

    Featuring a restaurant, Central Courtyard Boutique Resort offers rooms in Siliguri, 9 km from Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary. With free WiFi, this resort offers a 24-hour front desk. Guest rooms at the resort are equipped with a seating area. The private bathroom is fitted with a shower. All units at Central Courtyard Boutique Resort include air conditioning and a wardrobe. A continental breakfast is available daily at the property. The nearest airport is Bagdogra Airport, 12 km from the property.

    Amenities

    • Internet
    • Restaurant
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
    • Bar
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    reviews

    • Lovely frogs

      5.0
      Reviewed 07 November 2019

      Great place to go and see various frogs and toads from Costa Rica. You can enter twice on your ticket, I recommend a night visit after 6. You can do the tour, the guide is really enthousiastic, knows a lot about frogs and loves them. Really helpful aswel on making the best pictures and finding the animals. Even cat Tom likes to join the tour. They also have a butterfly garden. Because of the weather they we're not out flying, unfortunately.

      mechteldo
    • Enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide made a great visit

      5.0
      Reviewed 09 October 2019

      This was a fantastic tour. We went at dusk and although the frogs are actually segregated in leafy cabinets (otherwise they'd eat each other) the experience was fabulous. We saw far more and learnt far more this way. Our excellent guide David showed us how to find frogs, take superb photographs, told us a lot about them and the terrible decline of frog populations, and did it all with complete enthusiasm for his subject and great charm. He kept it very interactive and left you to discover a lot - didn't just tell you. You get two visits for the price it's definitely better in the dark

      Alys0unC
    • Better at night

      4.0
      Reviewed 30 August 2019

      During the day the visit is a bit disappointing. The frogs are in glass containers. They are hidden and the glass is very dirty so it is difficult to see something. However, the entry includes a night pass and at night we liked it much more. We saw all the frogs and we even saw a tarantula climbing down the walls. They should try to clean the glasses though.

      Patriciacng
    • Look for the frogs

      3.0
      Reviewed 21 August 2019

      Nice for children when the rain pours down. Kids get a light torch to locate frogs. Get very enthousiastic when they find one. With the same ticket you can revisit between 6.00 and 08.30 pm, when frogs are active. We finally saw the fsmous red-eye leaf frog.

      45moniqued
    • Expensive for what it offers

      3.0
      Reviewed 12 August 2019

      Visited last week. Entrance is 17 USD for adults and USD15 for children, making it an expensive trip for a family of 4 despite the reduced family rate (58usd) and the offer of free re-entry. The "frog pond" is a small pond with no frogs. The frogs are housed in a vivarium. Several of the vivariums were broken. I would personally give it 1 star for the money, but the tour guide (Dennis) was brilliant and rescued what could have otherwise been a bleak experience. If you like frogs (a lot) and live in the UK, better to go to the University of Manchester's Vivarium, which houses more species of Costa Rican frog than this does... and is free.

      Giles P

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