Room facilities:Air Condition, Complimentary breakfast, Desk, Free toiletries, Hairdryer, Heating, Ironing board, Private Bathroom, Room service, Safety Deposit Box, Sauna, Seating area, Telephone, TV, Wake up service, WiFi
Stylish and individually designed room featuring a satellite TV, mini bar and a 24-hour room service menu.
Bed size:King size
- There will be two centres, where ethnically designed housing and camping sites for tourists will be developed within tourist zone. These are Deras ( south) & Jhumka.
- Each site will have 6 units of bamboo huts or Palmyra hut, 10 units of swiss cottage tent to cater 32 tourists at a time. Thus 3 resorts will have a total capacity of 96 visitors. This will be developed, in a phased manner depending on the demand.
- Each resort will have a kitchen, an eating house and an evening gathering hall.
- Dormitory accommodation will not be provided, for such demand has not been visualised.
- Each resort will have piped water supply, solar light and thali meals to begin with.
- Thali meals will be available at Rs.150/- each.
- Breakfast and tea/ coffee will be available at Rs.40/- and Rs.15/- each.
There will be 2 elephants at Godibari. Each elephant ride will start at 0630 hr. and end at 0800 hr. and again at 1600 to 1730 hr ( for one and half hour each in the morning and evening). Each elephant will carry 6 tourists. The riding charge per elephant will be Rs.300.00 only.
Accommodation is available at following points:
|1.||Godibari||3 x double bedded room|
|2||Deras Bamboo/Log hut||3 x double bedded room|
|3||Deras F.R.H||3 x double bedded room|
|4||Dampara FRH||2 x double bedded room|
- Godibari: – Godibari is the main gate of the sanctuary. This is in between the Daspur and Bhola Reserve Forest on both sides of old Grand Trunk Road. The road has its historical importance of creation during Shersah Suri during 16th century. The beautiful cave of Godibari was built in 1989 which attracts people as a ecotourism complex.
- Deras:- This is a beautiful minor irrigation project in the lap of natural beauty It is one of the entrance gate to the sanctuary. Established in the year 1967 this has become a main attraction point for tourists.The P.A. is located between geographical co-ordinates: 20º -12’-30” and 20º-26’-03” N latitudes and 85-49’-35” and 85- 34’-42” E longitudes. The sanctuary area is 193.39 sq. Km. and exists in two parts. The major part contains an area of 172.12 sq. Km. while the other part, Bharatpur- Jagannathprasad sector contain 19.275 sq. Km. The later part, under the Bhubaneswar Range is disjointed from the main body of the sanctuary by a 1Km. wide private village land at Kujimahal.The sanctuary is administered through 4 Forest Ranges with headquarters as mentioned below.
Sl.No. Range headquarters Name of Range Sanctuary area of Range. 1. 2. 3. 4. (i) Bhubaneswar BhubaneswarWildlifeRange 1,927.56 ha) (ii) Chandaka Chandaka Wildlife Range 5,623.90 ha) (iii) Minchinpatna Haladia Wildlife Range 4,742.00 ha) (iv) Damparagarh Dampara Wildlife Range 7,046.00 ha)
Cancellation / Prepayment
Children and extra beds
Accepted credit cards
- Catering services
- Complimentary breakfast
- Free toiletries
- Ironing Facilities
- Private Bathroom
- Seating area
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Odisha lies between the latitudes 17.780 and 22.730, and between longitudes 81.37 E and 87.53E. The state has an area of 155,707 km2, which is 4.87% of total area of India, and a coast line of 450 km.
On the eastern part of the state, lies the coast plain. It extends from the Subarnarekha river in the north to Rushikulya river in the south. The lake Chilika is part of the coastal plains. The plains are rich in fertile silt deposited by the six major river flowing in the Bay of Bengal,Subarnarekha, Budhabalanga, Baitarani, Brahmani, Mahanadi and Rushikulya. The Central Rice Research Institute (CRRI), a Food and Agriculture Organization recognised rice gene bank and research institute, is situated on the banks of Mahanadi in Cuttack.
Three-quarters of the state is covered in mountain ranges. Deep and broad valleys have been made in them by rivers. These valleys have fertile soil and are thickly populated. Odisha also has plateaus and rolling uplands, which have lower elevation that the plateaus. The highest mountain peak in the state is Deomali Deomali (1672 metres). The other high peaks are: Sinkaram (1620 m), Golikoda (1617 m), and Yendrika (1582 metres).
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