A Mangrove Wildlife Sanctuary
Bichitrapur is located just across the border in Odisha, around 18 km from Digha, Odisha. A huge natural feeling comes automatically with the plenty of nature species. The eye-soothing boat ride helps to make the trip adventurous. 2 types of boats r available here, That is 6 seater (1200/-) & 8 seater (1400/-). While waiting for the boat you can have tea or breakfast at the little shacks. The local villagers are very gentle and friendly.
Bichitrapur is located just across the border in Odisha, around 18 km from Digha. Odisha. A huge natural feeling comes automatically with the plenty of nature species.
The eye-soothing boat ride helps to make the trip adventurous. 2 types of boats r available here, That is 6 seater (1200/-) & 8 seater (1400/-). While waiting for the boat you can have tea or breakfast at the little shacks. The local villagers are very gentle and friendly.
This place will show u the meeting point of the Bay of Bengal & the Subarnarekha. Various types of plants, shrubs remain here. Mainly the Mangrove Forest expands here Miles after miles. According to the Collection room , many species of birds & sea animals remain here, though, that’s the rarest case if u can see this. Whatever, a total different kind of spot that I witnessed. All the nature lovers should visit it at least once. Its impossible to forget it out from mind. The amazing memories always make your soul happiest.
The first surprise in store was the resort…. wonderful ambience, very nice rooms and excellent service. The trip to the mangrove forests and islands along the Bay of Bengal was even more enticing. The place is still calm and serene, but here is where I stop.
The loads of tourists coming in from nearby Digha on a day trip must be curbed right now – noisy, dirty and unruly. If this place has to be preserved, such crowd must be controlled. They reach the islands and leave behind non-degradable items which are then washed out by the tide. A desperate plea to the tourism department in Odisha: Please dont let Bichitrapur become another Digha.
Not many tourist flank this area, specially in early morning, therefore the beach unfolds with its ultimate serenity. With sunken mangrove trees here and there and the dense casuarina forest in the backdrop, the place posed the perfect picture for serenity and calmness. A walk along the pristine beach, soaking in the morning hue and playing with the red crabs, its appeal never ends.
Bichitrapur is situated at 21.47°N 87.02°E. It has a normal height of 3 m (9.8 ft). This town is 51.330 sections of land (0.20773 km2) in size. Chandipur seashore can be lowered at the elevated tide.
Summer temperatures range 25–40 degrees Celsius, while the Winter range is 17–27 degrees Celsius. The travel industry season is commonly from November to March.
A small market of fast foods available here with lots of variety of seafood. Also, there are many some hotels and restaurants are available.
This is the ideal season to visit Bichitrapur, Balasore. With the most extreme and least temperatures averaging around 200C and 40C individually during this season, the cool coastline climate establishes the ideal climate and atmosphere for getting a charge out of the seashore and the numerous attractions this town has to bring to the table.
Auto is the most convenient way to commute (we were 10 people, auto charged Rs. 1000/- for Bichitrapur, Chandaneswar temple & Talsari tour).
To visit in this season, you preferably hold all your winter garments, shoes, blankets, and also necessary things you want to carry.
Summer (April – September):
There is some pure sweet water problem, so you can hold a large Gallen of sweet water for your whore journey. Ice creams, cooldrinks, coconuts are available all time here.
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