Bhitarkanika national park – Home of crocodiles

The Bhitarkanika National Park (650 square) is Located in Bhadrak District of Orissa, Chandbali is one of the main gateways to the Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary And Another Gate is Rajkanika To Visit Bhitarkanika But This Way Is Not safe for travelling.

The wetland is represented by 3 protected Areas, namely “The Bhitarkanika National Park” where you will enjoy boating facility, “The Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary” is the place where Many Many Colorful Birds Are Appeared and “The Gahirmatha Marine Sanctuary”.

This park is inhabited by birds Navrangi, Open-billed, Sea Eagles, Egret Heron, Kites, Sand Pipers, Darters, Whistling Teals, Sea Gulls, Kingfisher etc. Commonly seen reptiles are Salt Water Crocodiles, Monitor Lizards etc.

How to Reach:

If You are travelling by flight then your nearest airport is Bhubaneswar “Biju pattanaik International Airport” from Where Chandbali is only 125Km. Otherwise If you travelling in Train Then You can Pick Bhubaneswar Railway Station Or Most Nearest Railway Is Bhadrak which is 45km Distance From Chandabali.

Best Time to Visit:

At Any time chandbali can be visited but on behalf of Tour Exports Winter Season Is The Best Time To Visit Bhitarkanika National Park. It’s better to avoid visiting Chandbali during the monsoons.

During Travel Time:

Bhitarkanika is a place visited by tourist from Chandbali And Nearest Railway is Bhadrak From Where You will book cab to reaching at Chandabali And after Reaching at Chandbali, You have to book ticket both for Boat And Tent(Available breakfast, Lunch And Dinner) if your plan for Night Stay.

Bhitarkanika is the home of  Indian salt water crocodile. Bagagahan Bird Sanctuary is a part of Bhitarkanika National Park. It is a home to so many bird varieties, some being rare.

The seafood available in small eateries both inside and outside the park is a must try dish to be tasted. Try to indulge yourself in the beauty of the nature while passing through the narrow streams. See giant crocodiles swimming freely in the water bodies.