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Explore the Wildlife and Stunning Landscapes of Odisha.

A intimate encounter with nature is a necessary component of any trip fantasy. Cities and skyscrapers can be beautiful, but the lovely view from a riverbank can’t be surpassed. The effort will be rewarded by the calming chirping of the birds, royal glances at rare creatures, exquisite vegetation, and the indigenous touch applied to everything.

Whether you’re a native of India or just visiting, you should make a point of visiting Odisha to take in the country’s breathtaking natural scenery. You can get your fill of wildlife in Odisha, which boasts a national park, two tiger reserves, more than 19 sanctuaries, and a gorgeous 480 km of coastline.

Ecotourism in Odisha: A Great Way to See Exotic Animals
Ecotourism in Odisha is a wonderful chance to see the natural beauty of the area, learn about its history, and encounter fascinating animals. Odisha’s rich wildlife includes elephants, royal Bengal tigers, and more, and you can see them all up close and personal on a guided jungle tour. Experience the natural splendour and beauty of Odisha through ecotourism and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Reserva de Aves de Chilika
Can you picture yourself crossing a lake where a flock of birds has built an island? At Chilika Bird Sanctuary, your wildest dreams can come true. This Ramsar Wetland in the Indian state of Odisha is a wintering ground for colourful migratory birds of over 160 different species. Birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts should travel to Nalabana Bird Sanctuary and Mangalajodi. It’s a sight to behold, that’s for sure! If you’re lucky, you can see the endangered Irrawaddy Dolphins in the lake, and they like to congregate on Satapada Island.

The National Chilika Bird Festival is held in January, making it one of the ideal times to visit. The complete ecosystem of birds, including black-tailed godwits, sandpipers, pintails, flamingos, and Pacific golden plovers, call Chilika Bird Sanctuary home. Billed pelicans, oriental darters, and painted storks are just some of the migratory species that stop by on their way north or south.

Book a room at one of Odisha Tourism Development Corporation’s (OTDC) nearby nature camps or hotels. You can even reserve a room on the plush houseboat “Garuda” for a more exciting vacation option.

Protected Area of Bhitarkanika
Explore Bhitarkanika National Park in Odisha, India’s second-largest mangrove ecosystem and a wildlife sanctuary. Learn more about this region’s ecosystem by checking out its wetlands, which include mangrove forests, creeks, estuaries, backwaters, mudflats, and more. Explore the park in search of rare birds or uncommon animals like the Estuarine crocodile, Olive Ridley turtles, monitor lizards, and spotted deer. This unspoiled sanctuary provides a one-of-a-kind opportunity to discover the immensity and beauty of nature.

Take a boat ride around the creeks to see the beauty of nature up close. See the largest heronry in India, home to 350 different kinds of fish, 70 different kinds of reptiles, and over 300 different kinds of birds, including six different kinds of kingfishers. Ecotour Odisha’s many nature camps, as well as OTDC’s hotels, provide a variety of lodging options. Eco Retreat is a more opulent and environmentally sustainable alternative to traditional resorts. Bhitarkanika National Park is a fantastic place for everybody, whether they are nature lovers, bird watchers, or wildlife enthusiasts.

Tigers of the Similipal Reserve
Black and magnificent, Royal Bengal Tigers are terribly endangered. Watching wild tigers in all their splendour is like a dream come true for any adventurer or animal lover. The Similipal Tiger Reserve was established by the government of Odisha in 1973 as part of Project Tiger. The scenery is stunning, and the Royal Bengal Tigers are gorgeous. You can visit the elephant, sambar, leopard, king cobra, and regal four-horned antelope sanctuaries, as well as the breathtaking Joranda and Barehipani waterfalls.

Similipal Tiger Reserve is perfect for adventurers and those seeking a quiet retreat from the bustle of the city. With its untouched natural environment and array of activities, Similipal Tiger Reserve is a dream come true for intrepid travellers. Enjoy safaris, see wild tigers, and walk through beautiful countryside. A trip through the jungle on foot might be just as life-changing.

The local culture and way of life can be experienced through the frequent excursions to nearby villages and celebrations made possible by the sanctuary. The Ecotour Odisha nature camps aren’t the only places to stay in the state; the Aranya Niwas resort and the Belgadia Palace are other excellent options. Whatever your interests, a trip to Similipal Tiger Reserve is sure to be one-of-a-kind and unforgettable.

The Satkosia Tiger and Gorge Reserve
What is your familiarity with Satkosia? The Indian countryside is stunning. It was given its name by combining the native words for seven (‘Sat’) and the unit of measurement (‘kos’). The biogeographic crossroads of the Deccan Peninsula and the Eastern Ghats of India can be found here. The Royal Bengal Tiger, the most regal animal in India, may be seen up close and personal in the Satkosia Tiger Reserve and Gorge Sanctuary. Some of the last wild tigers in the country are kept in this reserve.

In addition, the spectacular Mahanadi River cuts a gorge across the area, making for a very breathtaking sight. There’s something for everyone at the Satkosia Tiger Reserve and Gorge Sanctuary, where you can embark on a safari in search of tigers or a boat ride along the gorge in search of gorgeous reptiles like crocodiles and turtles. Choose between the rustic OFDC Ecotour Nature Camps or the luxurious OTDC Eco Retreat Satkosia. You can appreciate nature’s splendour and appreciate the value of conservation efforts all at one place.

Debrigarh National Wildlife Refuge
Get in touch with nature by visiting Debrigarh Wildlife Sanctuary. Located in the Bargarh district of Odisha, outside the Hirakud reservoir, is this protected area. It’s home to an astonishing variety of plant and animal life. The Indian gaur, elephants, tigers, leopards, wild boars, and many other species are all represented here, along with many others that are symbols of the state. Peacocks, grey hornbills, white-backed vultures, and jungle owlets are just few of the birds that birdwatchers may look forward to seeing. Debrigarh Wildlife Sanctuary, with its verdant forests and meadows and breathtaking views of the Mahanadi River Valley, is an absolute must for any intrepid traveller. Debrigarh Wildlife Sanctuary is a place where the wonders of nature can truly be appreciated.

Explore the realm of wonder and amazement inside this regal haven. There’s something enchanted about the wildlife here, from sloth bears wandering through green clearings to herds of deer grazing calmly. Take a boat trip along the Mahanadi River and look for birds of prey as you relax, or go on a jungle safari and see elephants in their natural habitat. Debrigarh Wildlife Sanctuary is a fantastic place to visit whether you’re in the mood for an action-packed journey or just want to relax in the arms of mother nature.

The refuge provides guided night safaris so visitors can see animals that are normally only seen at night in their natural environment. Wild cats, peacocks, and the Indian Gaur may all be spotted with the help of a knowledgeable guide. Maybe even the elusive Bengal tiger will make an appearance! Both the Debrigarh Nature Camp and the Eco Retreat Hirakud offer comfortable lodging options.

A Camping Trip You Won’t Soon Forget
Glamping, or “glamorous camping,” is a growing trend, and Eco-Retreat Odisha is the ideal location for a weekend away in the great outdoors. In addition to the stunning natural scenery of its forests, hills, waterfalls, beaches, etc., visitors can also discover the region’s majestic temples and other hidden gems. A chance to enjoy nature and a relaxing “staycation” at the same time. Go to for additional information. Nature camps run by local volunteers are the best option for serious wildlife explorers. Please visit for additional information.

In closing
Odisha is undeniably where you can see nature at its finest. Odisha’s deep forests are home to entrancing animal species and unusual plants, and they’ll continue to amaze you throughout your visit. Green mountains, waterfalls, Indian bison, kingfishers, and even Royal Bengal tigers are all part of the gift you’ll receive in India. Definitely a trip to remember!

Odisha is waiting for you to visit if you want to have the best holiday of your life amid the vast valleys of Mother Nature and appreciate the heavenly masterpieces. Amaze yourself with a tour guide and full amenities. Spend a night or two under the stars in one of our rustic cottages with thatched roofs and enjoy the full beauty of nature on your next vacation! Odisha is a calm and beautiful place to explore. Get your reservation in now!


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