Wildlife Tour

Day-1

Upon arrival at Bhubaneswar Airport/Railway station, transfer to Hotel, then check in to the hotel & relax and Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day-2

Morning after breakfast Visit to Chandaka wildlife sanctuary. This wildlife sanctuary is surrounded by 111 villages having more than 70,000 cattle which used to graze in the sanctuary. Therefore, there is heavy pressure on the limited forest resources of this sanctuary. Agriculture is the main vocation of the people. The dependency on forests is high which is primarily for firewood, poles, fencing materials and grazing. The sanctuary lies partly within Khurda and partly in Cuttack Districts of Orissa state and in close proximity of the state capital, Bhubaneswar.Here you will see many No.of Elephants & Many wild life animals.After that back to hotel & Overnight stay at hotel.

Day -3

Morning after breakfast check out from hotel & visit to Satakosia tiger reserve. Satkosia Tiger Reserve is a tiger reserve located in the Angul district of OdishaIndia covering an area of 988.30 km².Here you can enjoy  Sighting of wild animals and birds on Mahanadi river bank, Deep blue water of Mahanadi river,  Beauty of Satkosia Gorge & adjoining landscape, Basking of Crocodiles, Sighting of rare and endangered aquatic birds, Sighting of amphibians and reptiles.Then check in to eco tour Nature camp & Overnight stay at Satakosia Nature Camp.

Day – 4

Morning after breakfast check out from Nature camp & proceed to Tikarpada wildlife sanctuary. The site of one of the most fabulous vistas of river and forest, the ‘Satkosia Gorge’ where the great Mahanadi river crashes in with monumental force is a dizzyingly enervating experience for the visitors.Here you can see the Gharial Crocodile Sanctuary. The Gharial sanctuary at Tikarapada is a must for wildlife fans.Then Check in to Nature camp & overnight stay at Rissia Nature Camp.

Day-5

Morning after breakfast check out from Nature camp & visit to Kapilash wild life sanctuary. Kapilash Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in Dhenkanal district of Odisha state in India.Eco-cottages & boating facilities are available in the kapilash wildlife sanctuary.you can see many wild animals in the kapilsh wild life sanctuary. Then check in to nature camp & Overnight stay at nature camp.

Day-6

Morning after breakfast Check out from Nature camp & proceed to Bhitarkanika Wild life sanctuary. The Wildlife sanctuary is home to Saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus), Indian python, King cobra, black ibisdarters and many other species of flora and fauna. It hosts a large number of mangrove species, and is the second largest mangrove ecosystem in India.

Day-7

Morning after breakfast check out from nature camp & visit to Kuldiha Wildlife Sanctuary.Then check in to Nature camp & Fresh up. The Kuldiha Wildlife Sanctuary  is situated in the Balasore district of OdishaIndia. The sanctuary is spread across 272.75 km2 (105 sq mi) in the Chota Nagpur Plateau region. It is linked with Simlipal National Park via the Sukhupada and Nato hill ranges. It is classified as an Eastern Highlands moist deciduous forests ecoregion. It is famous for the Mayurbhanj Elephant Reserve that spreads across Simlipal, Kuldiha and Hadgarh wildlife reserves. Locally in Kuldiha, the elephant reserve is known as Tenda Elephant Reserve. There is a watch tower strategically created at Garsimulia for animal lovers to have a look at elephants bathing or drinking water from a small stream that runs right through the reserve. The sanctuary offers night stay accommodation at Kuldiha entrance, Jadachua and Rishia in form of huts, tents and a few concrete houses. Prior reservation is required for night stay. It is usually closed during the peak monsoon season which typically falls between July and September.Then overnight stay at Nature Camp.

Day- 8

Morning after breakfast Check out from hotel & visit to Silimilpal Wildlife sanctuary.Similipal National Park is a national park and a tiger reserve in the Mayurbhanj district in the Indian state of Odisha.  It is part of the SimilipalKuldihaHadgarh Elephant Reserve popularly known as Mayurbhanj Elephant Reserve, which includes three protected areas — Similipal Tiger Reserve (2750.00 km2), Hadgarh Wildlife Sanctuary (191.06 km2) and Kuldiha Wildlife Sanctuary (272.75 km2)).Similipal National park is the 7th largest national park in India. The park has a protected area of 845.70 square kilometres (326.53 sq mi) and has some beautiful waterfalls like Joranda and Barehipani. Simlipal is home to 99 royal Bengal tigers and 432 wild elephants. Besides Simlipal is famous for gaurs (Indian bison), chausingha.as well as an orchidarium. You can see many types of tiger in the similipal wild life sanctuary.Overnight stay at Nature camp.

Day- 9

Morning after breakfast check out from Nature camp & visit to Hadgarh wild life sanctuary. Hadgarh Wildlife Sanctuary wildlife sanctuary situated Keonjhar district in OdishaIndia, covering an area of 191 sq. km was established in 1978. The sanctuary lies in the catchment of Salandi river, a major tributary of the river Baitarani. Besides the Salandi river, the other perennial and seasonal streams are Mukta stream, Ghagara stream, Pitanau stream, Andheri stream, Suranga stream, Chakratirtha stream and Bentokholi stream. A large stagnant water body (31.83 km2) of river Salandi, called as Hadagarh reservoir is found inside the Sanctuary and is the important wetlands of this Sanctuary that attracts variety of water birds both migratory and resident. Hadgarh sanctuary is linked to Similipal tiger reserve and Kuladiha wildlife sanctuary.Overnight stay at Nature Camp.

DAY 10

Morning after breakfast check out from Nature camp & Visit to Debigarh wildlife Sanctuary.Upon arrival check in to nature camp & fresh up. It is a Wildlife sanctuary of Bargarh district,Odisha,covering a total area of 353 sq.km.It is situated near HirakudDam. Debrigarh Wildlife Sanctuary,is an important site for insitu conservation of wildlife and its habitat in the state of Odisha.It is the home to an immense array of biodiversity, over 40 species of mammals, 234 species of birds, 41 species of reptiles, 12 species of amphibians, 42 species of fishes, 39 species of odonates, 85 species of butterflies and 38 species of spiders. The sanctuary is fringed on the east and north by the huge man-made water body of Hirakud reservoir. thus forming one of the select few sanctuaries in the state supporting both terrestrial and aquatic biodiversity; which further attracts a significant number of migratory waterfowl during winter; and also this Wildlife Sanctuary is home to over 250 plant species, many of which have ethno-botanical and medicinal value.Overnight stay at Nature camp.

Day 11

Morning after breakfast check out from nature camp & Visit to  Blackbuck nature camp. Not only Blackbucks, here nature lovers can soak in the pleasure of watching hundreds of peacocks all along the landscape. Breezes blowing up into the grasslands adjoining hills as far as your eyes can see and the mesmerising starry sky of night alongwith a luxurious stay in the Blackbuck Nature Camps give a unique experience of life. The friendly service by the management group of local community and local/ Indian delicacy served by them is a bonus. In Odisha, other than the landscape of Blackbuck Nature Camps you can see Blackbucks in Konark-Balukhand Sanctuary.Overnight stay at Blackbuck nature camp.

Day 12

Morning after breakfast check out from nature camp & then transfer to Bhubaneswar & drop at Bhubaneswar Airport/Railway Station for your on wards journey with sweet memories of Odisha.

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