Amidst the mangroves and in the close proximity to the National Park – Sand Pebbles Bhitarkanika Jungle Resorts is the place to park yourself while visiting this amazing place. Bhitarkanika Jungle Resorts provides premium a/c luxurious Swiss tent accommodation surrounded by nature. The property comprises of 17 number of tent & room accommodation including 6 a/c premium luxurious Swiss tents, 6 a/c deluxe Swiss tents, 3 standard non a/c Swiss tents and 2 family suites. Facilities like 24hrs power supply with DG Backup, hot/cold water, western style toilet, meeting space.
There is a special restaurant named “The Crocodile” to savour local delicacies. The expert master chefs are equipped to cook as per your taste buds. The seafood such as prawns, crabs and varieties of fishes are the signature items that you relish in this paradise. The cuisines also consists of Deshi Chicken, mutton (deshi style), local fishes viz: Pomfret, Vetki, Khanga, Hilsa etc. and variety of veggies.
May it be a forest trekking, bird watching or fishing, Sand Pebbles Bhitarkanika Jungle Resort caters to each and every need of its guests including medical assistance (nearest hospital 8 kms away from resort)accompanying guide so as to explore the wildlife. The resort provides outdoor activities like Angling, campfire, bird watching, jungle trekking, boat safari, guided tour, beach tour etc.
Sand Pebbles Bhitarkanika Jungle Resorts has been catering to the needs of its guests since past 15 years with its highly experienced and professional staffs. The resort is located just 200 mts from the main entry point (KHOLA GATE)
Bhitarkanika has one of the largest populations of the endangered saltwater crocodile in India and is worldwide popular for it. Approximately 1784 saltwater crocodiles inhabit the rivers and creeks. Around 3,000 saltwater crocodiles were born during the 2014 annual breeding and nesting season. A crocodile of Forty-years is named ‘Gori’, hatched and bred by the Forest Department in 1975 as a part of a crocodile conservation program. It was the first albino crocodile spotted in Bhitarkanika. A rare albino salt-water crocodile has been recently identified at Odisha’s Bhitarkanika National Park, as reported by the forest officials. Most tourists are thrilled about the existence of a massive number of breeds of exotic crocodiles. From only 96 crocodiles in the year 1974 to a wide population of 1768 crocodiles in the year 2021, Bhitarkanika has become the county’s largest crocodile conservation place. A 23-foot crocodile was discovered to be present in the year 2006 in Bhitarkanika which was noted as the world’s largest estuarine crocodile in the Guinness Book of World Records.