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As a nature and animals lover i always have this fascination to visit wildlife Reserve of my state Odisha and this month i want to satkosia ,the second biggest nature Reserve of Odisha.
Although its a tiger Reserve but I knew tiger sightings is like...More
The drive from Anugul to the reserve through the forest can't be more beautiful. If you are lucky, there is every chance of sighting an elephant or herds of deer and a lone chital. The cottages at the hilltop are good & spacious. Staffs are...More
This a forest sanctuary being developed as a new tiger reserve.
The satkosia gorge is a deep part of the River Mahanadi where crocodiles are visible during the day.
We took a boat and went up and down the River seeing the crocodiles basking in...More
There's no internet connection and you can not book a overnight trip at the reception (just online, but online is impossible) There is no more information about were are the places to watch tigers. The boot-trip was nice but we had to spend double price!...More
We visited the Nayagarh side of Satkosia i.e. Badmul. Detour Odisha had organized a nature camp with the Forest Department and we happened to enroll for the same. After about a 3 hour drive from Panthanivas Bhubaneswar, we reached the Forest Department place, where we...More
The prime attraction here is watching tiger in it's natural habitat. You also get to spot crocodiles here. The reserve is spread across both the sides of Mahanadi river. The reserve is mostly forested. We were amazed to see so many tigers. The place is...More
Odisha ( formerly called Orissa ) boasts of a rich history, fascinating tribal culture, natural beauty and since it has a long coastline there are some elements of sun and sand!
Geographically, Odisha appears to be like a coastal corridor between the North and South...More
Satkosia is about 3 hour drive from Bhubaneswar. Over the years have heard and read a lot about Wildlife Sanctuaries of Odisha. Have therefore been visiting them as and when we get some time and the right set of explorers. Last weekend Mar24-26, 4 of...More