CAMPING TOUR IN ODISHA :
LAKE SIDE CAMPING :
2 NIGHT 3 DAYS
Day 01 | CAMPING AT CHILKA
Move to Satapada from Puri after breakfast. Take a vessel and move to one of the islands inside the lake. Appreciate the wilderness, lake and have delightful new crabs, prawns, and fishes made by our culinary expert. Go to the ocean mouth for a night walk. Rebound to the island and remain overnight in the tent.
Day 02 | CAMPING AT CHILKA
Morning Breakfast at Camp after the enjoying the sunrise at middle of chilika lake then starting boating in Lake to discover the beauty of the lake and have fun with surfing and fishing & explore the Asia’s biggest salt lake .
Day 03 | CAMPING AT CHILKA
Early morning returned to Satpada by pontoon. Drive to Dhemirisena, a conventional Orissa village to watch an established Dance appear, known as Gotipua Dance, Have delectable Lunch in the town Temple. Evening Back to Puri.
We can make changes in the Programme as per the requirement of the Guests.
It extends from Bhusandpur in Puri district in the North to Rambha-Malud in Ganjan district in the South, separated from the Bay of Bengal by a 60 km long narrow strip of marshy islands and sand-flats.
Some of the prominent islands like Nalabana, Kalijal, Somolo, Honeymoon, Break-fast, Birds and Rajahansa inhabited by small subsistence fishermen families, are popular destinations for daily boat trips. Because of its rich bio-diversity and socio-economic importance, Chilika was designated as a Ramsar site in 1981 to afford better protection.
Chilika is recognized as one of the most important wetlands in the world because it is home to a phenomenal variety of birds. Chilika Lake offers visitors a spectacular display of its colorful avian charms in a thousand different hues presented by over 160 species in the peak season between November and February. The lake and its reed islands teem with nesting birds-white bellied sea eagles, ospreys, golden plovers, sand pipers, flamingos, pelicans, shovellers, gulls, include migratory ones flying great distances from Iran, Central Asia and Siberia.