Sea, sand and adventure, if you have this in your weekend tour list,
then Bhitarkanika is the right place for you. Here at Heritage Travellers we make life much easier for you. All you have to do is catch a train and drop at Bhadrak, and we will take care of the rest.The next two days you just get soaked in the wilderness. Day ONE:
Arrival at Bhadrakh Station transfer to Jayanagar Jetty - Bhitarkanika.in our own car . Boat transfer Jayanagar to Nalitapatia Jetty. Then transfer to Dangamal by local transport service(Auto/ Motor fitted Trolly). Check in to Camp. Walk around the village. Dinner & Overnight stay at Dangmal camp.
After Breakfast you will leave for a Boat Trip inside the Sanctuary. Spotting the Basking Giant Salt Water Crocodiles, Deer, Wild Boar & Birds will be fun. Take lots of Photos. Nature Trek inside the Old Sanctuary area spotting birds
near the water bodies is interesting. Bhitarkanika is home of India's largest remaining population of the endagered Indian salt water crocodile.The beach, also known as Garhimatha, is famous as the nesting ground of Olive Ridley turtles
Visit DANGAMAL,BIRDS SANCTUARY,HABILI KOTHI,GAHIRIMATHA,UDABALI,DHAMARA,PORT. Back to the Camp. Dinner & Overnight
Day THREE: Bhitarkanika- Departure
After Breakfast Check-out from the camp & Boat transfer to Jayanagar Jetty. Then drive to Bhadrakh to board the train for onward connections.
WE DO HAVE STAYING FACILITIES AT JAYANAGAR
5500/Head (PPerson required)
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Bhubaneshwar is the nearest Airport
Bhadrak is the nearest railhead.However Bhitarkanika can be reached from Bhubaneshwar and Cuttack and in that case Khola is the main entrance.