Chilika Lake, Puri
Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
Flowing into the Bay of Bengal, Chilika Lake remains one of the largest lagoons in the world--it's also one of India's biggest wintering grounds for migratory birds. The lake and the surrounding area not only shelter a diverse ecosystem of threatened plants and animals, but also remain an important source of sustenance for the nearby villages and fisheries. Animal lovers can spend hours spotting over 160 species of birds, and lucky--and patient--watchers have a chance to see the endangered Irrawaddy dolphin here. Make Chilika Lake a part of your Puri vacation plans using our Puri tour planner.
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Odisha state itself is one of the few states which is not discussed often during any gathering. It gets into prominence once every year during the Jaganath rath yatra festival. I always wanted to visi... read more »
Chilka lake is one of the largest lake in India.It is around 2 hr journey from Puri.One can go there early in the morning and can easily return in the evening. The real problem lies with the driver,th... read more »
we have visited it for dolphins and god creation but weather not supported our visit it is four hours boat ride(boats may be more modern styles).Finally we seen some dolphins.So its good to go for vis... read more »
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