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 Bhitarkanika National Park is a unexplored spot in  Kendrapara District of  Orrisa. Bhitarkanika is called a Little Amazon of India. It is surrounded by Bramhani & Baitarani River which make a delta in coast of Bay of Bengal. Here you get a full of wild life like Deer, Indian python, monkeys black ibis, wild pigs, , chitals,  cobra, water monitor lizard etc. Once upon a time Royal Bengal tiger was found here. But excessive  poching was destroyed the natural habitat of the tiger.A huge amount of sea warer crocodile found here.  Chandbali & Khola is the entry gate to visit Bhitarkanika.Here you get  motor Boat  and  Explore the creeks of Brhamhani river, national park, Crocodile Project, Bird Sanctuary and the mangrove forest .You can visit Gahirmata Marine Santuatury from here. The rare spices of Olive Ridley Turtle will came here for breeding.4 to 5 lakhs turtle will migrate here in the month of November.

Chandbali have the historical heritage. Here you will see the Kanika Rajbari. Kanika Rajas are the ruler of that area before independence.

You must be visit Sialia village in your Bhatarkanika tour. Each & every hut of this village is without door. Now a day the whole world is worried about their own security., But here they don’t worried about security. They  believe that God will protect them from any harm, so they think that they don’t need to protect themselves by making doors. It may be superstition but they have no history of theft.

How To Get There- Nearest Airport is Bhubaneswar.You can get car to reach Chandbali or Khola. Nearest Rail station is Bhadrak.Chandbali to Bhadrak distance is 60 km.You can get bus service or hire a car to reach Chandbali.

Accomodation- OTDC operates Panthanibas in Chandbali.Some budget hotels are available in Chandbali.There are execellent tour package from Kolkata to see Bhitarkanika National Park