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Orissa Wildlife  

Orissa offers adventurous Wildlife tours. Renowned for its Widlife parks and Sanctuaries in india, Orissa wildlife is home to a number of rare flora and fauna species. Having the thickest Mangrove forest and abundant Red Silk Cotton Trees, Wildlife parks at Odisha (Orissa) have proved to be the most successful breeding ground for Asiatic lions
The protected area network of Odisha (Orissa), spread over a sprawling area of 6611.12 sq. kms, the Wildlife in Orissa(Odisha) is cradled very lovingly in eighteen sanctuaries, a National Park and one proposed National Park. These wildlife parks cover about 4.25% of the geographical area and 11.37% of the forest area of the state.
Adding more to this is the Gahirmatha Marine Sanctuary spread over1408 sq. kms of seascape. This marine habitat rests on a stretch of 20 kms.


Bhitarkanika National Park
Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary in Odisha (Orissa) is special due to reasons more than one. Housing the dynamic and salt tolerant species of trees, the Mangroves that generally grow in tropical and sub-tropical inter-tidal regions; Bhitarkanika has a luxuriant green, rich and pulsating eco-system . the sanctuary covers an area of 672 square kilometers of mangrove forests and wetland. Crossed by a thick network of brooks, with the Bay of Bengal on the east, Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary is home to over 215 species of birds, including winter migratory birds from Europe and central-Asia.
Chandaka Elephant Reserve
93 sq. kms of the Chandaka forest on the outskirts of Bhubaneswar in the Khurda Uplands were designated as an Elephant Reserve in August 1982. Among the fauna about 30 species of mammals, 27 species of reptiles and 120 species of birds can be sighted. Besides the elephant, leopard, chital, barking deer, mouse deer, langur, rhesus monkey, mongoose, sloth bear, wolf and hyena also inhabit the sanctuary. A variety of snakes, like the python, and the monitor lizard can also be sighted there. Mugger crocodiles have adapted to large water bodies within the sanctuary. In July water birds, mainly storks, heron, egrets and cormorants can be observed.
Debrigarh Wildlife Sanctuary
The pleasant environs of the Hirakud Lake supporting a mixed deciduous forest provide a natural habitat to a variety of wild life in the Debrigarh WildLife Sanctuary, which stretches across the Lohara and Debrigarh Reserve forests on the Barapahad hills in Baragarh district. The waterfalls tumbling down the hill sides during the monsoon and the proximity of the large Hirakud reservoir attract a number of tourists. The tiger, leopard, sloth bear, chital, sambar, and nilgai inhabit this almost virgin forest. Besides, a host of resident and migratory birds such as the chousingha and the crested serpent eagle add colour to the landscape. The mugger crocodiles and freshwater turtles residing in large numbers add to the diversity of the reserve forest
Nandankanan National Park
Spotted close to Bhubaneswar, as you travel 20 Km. You find it amidst the Chandaka Forest, where Nature can be discovered in full groove. With Kanjia Lake encompassing some of the part of this zoo and a botanical garden adding to its significance, Nandankanan Wildlife Sanctury is real wonder.One can also spot fresh water ships galore in this park as you visit 34acquaria located in this park. Moreover, an array of reptiles including snakes, crocodiles, turtles, etc. One can spot Nilgiri langur, Sangal Lion, Asiatic Lion, etc. that make it completely breathtaking. Wildlife lovers who crave to see White Tiger would be more than pleased to discover how safely and caringly this Nandankanan Wildlife Sanctuary has preserved this beautiful specie
Simlipal National Park
Taking its name from the abundance of semul or red silk cotton trees that bloom vividly here, the Simlipal National Park is home to three of India's biggest animal species --Tiger, Asian Elephant and Gaur. Spread over a sprawling area of 2750 sq. kms, the park is at an altitude of 559.31 meters. Simlipal Tiger Reserve is famous for best care of tigers in india.A forested, hilly terrain 200 km south-west of Kolkata, the reserve is endowed with an exceptional biodiversity. Of the reserve's almost 1,000 species of flowering plants, 94 are orchids, many of which are on show at the small display at Gurguria
Ushakothi Wildlife Sanctuary
Ushakothi or Badrama Sanctuary in Yavatmal, Odisha (Orissa) has a population of tigers, leopards, panthers, sloth bears and elephants in addition to the sambal, gaur, chital and nilgai. The dense deciduous forest flanked by the Wardha and Penganga rivers covers 130 sq. km and is one of the smaller sanctuaries of Odisha (Orissa). The watch towers installed within the sanctuary provide a good view of the animals flocking the nearby watering points at night. Jeeps are also available from the forest office. Accommodation is available at the Forest Rest House, Badrama, 3 km away. Guide and spot lights are available with the Forest Range Officer against nominal charges.
Tikarpada Wildlife Sanctuary
Boating, white water rafting, fish angling and treks through the lush forest are activities one can indulge in at the sanctuary. Though tigers are rarely sighted now, the wildlife within the sanctuary includes the Indian adjutant stroke, red jungle fowl and Indian pitta.Located at a convenient distance of 120 kms from Dhenkanal and 58 kms from Angul, tourists can proceed to Saptasajya, a scenic picnic spot. The Saptarshi and Raghunath temples in the vicinity are also frequented by tourists visiting the sanctuary.While the forest lodge is located within the forest, you can choose to camp out in the open with the special permission of the forest office.
Similipal Tiger Reserve
Spread over an area of 2,750 sq km, the stretch of forest which includes Similipal RF was declared as ‘Tiger Reserve’ under ‘Project Tiger’ Scheme of Government of India, with effect from December 4, 1973. With an area of 2271.78 sq km, Similipal RF is the biggest reserve forest block of India.Similipal National Park, located within Mayurbhanj District of Orissa, is a proposed national park notified in two phases – first on August 6, 1980 over an area of 303 km and later on June 11, 1986, an area of 542.70 sq km was added, to make its total area at 845.70 sq km. The national park is known for rich Simlipal Biosphere Reserve.


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Similipal Sanctuary
4 Nights / 5 Days
Orissa Glimpse
05 Nights / 06 Days
03 Nights / 04 Days
02 Nights / 03 Days
Orissa Trip
05 Nights / 06 Days
Rath Yatra
03 Nights / 04 Days
Orissa Tribal Tour
11 Nights / 12 Days
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