It is accurate to state that India is the planet’s biological hub. It is among the top destinations for wildlife tourism on the globe, serving as a haven for photographers, nature lovers, wildlife aficionados, and a new normal for honeymooners. One of the untouched places in this nature’s treasure trove is Satkosia. The word “Satkosia” comes from the Greek words “Sat” (seven) and “Kos” (two miles), which refers to the 14-mile-long River Mahanadi that cuts through this biodiverse city. This place is also the confluence of The Eastern Ghats and the Deccan Peninsula, two bio-geographic zones of India, adding to the extensive biodiversity of the place.
The Satkosia Glamping with Eco retreat experience transports you to a breathtaking forest tourism location that is incredibly well-liked by outdoor enthusiasts. If you’re out of fresh air, Eco Retreat can help. During your Satkosia Tour days, you can see the serenity of the Mahanadi River. The deep forest of Satkosia Tiger Reserve is home to spotted deer, elephants, leopards, and other wild species.
Best Season to Visit
Satkosia exhibits a wide range of geographic variance. You can take in the breathtaking vista of the Mahanadi River and the deep forest’s true sense of mystery. There are three distinct seasons to visit Satkosia Tiger Reserve: winter (November to February), summer (March to June), and monsoon (July to September). We suggest you travel to Satkosia in the winter rather than in the sweltering summer.
How to Reach Satkosia
Being accessible by air, rail, and road to the majority of the nation’s cities makes getting to Bhubaneswar quite simple. The Biju Patnaik International Airport is the destination for travellers arriving by air, while Bhubaneswar Railway Station is the destination for those arriving by train. The Baramunda Bus Stand is the city’s interstate bus terminal, where buses from neighbouring states frequently travel.
Top Destinations to Visit
Tikarpada Wildlife Sanctuary
The Tikarpada sanctuary is well-known for its picturesque gorge and gharial crocodile refuge. The place is an incredible sight is the Mahanadi rushing through the 22 km long gorge. The sanctuary, a paradise for nature lovers, is where you may see tigers, leopards, spotted deer, four-horned antelopes, sloths, etc.
The largest freshwater lake in Odisha is Anusupa Lake. Its name comes from the form, which resembles a horseshoe (ansupa). The lake’s numerous hues provide for a stunning spectacle during the rainy season, and the migratory birds’ presence during the winter adds to the lake’s brightness.
How to Go Glamping with Eco retreats
To book your vacation with Eco retreats, you have to visit the Odisha Eco Retreat website https://odishaecoretreats.com/.
There are two luxurious alternatives of stay available with Eco retreat Satkosia
The Deluxe Swiss Cottage for Rs 7000/- per night stay (excluding GST)
The Premium Swiss Cottage for Rs 8500/- per night stay (excluding GST)
What to Expect at Eco retreats
The Eco-luxury setting at the Glamping location in Satkosia offers high-end amenities and plush comforts that are surely out of the world. The pleasure of the location is enhanced by the arrangements including a private lounge area, air conditioning and heating, an electronic safe, an intercom, a luxury sofa set, a mini bar, and satellite TV. The program is perked up with additional attractions including Beach Shower, Beachside Activities, Beachside Bar, Cultural Program Every Evening, a Kids Play Area, Morning Yoga & Zumba, Water Sports, and Waterside SPA.
You can either take in the loudest calm of nature by the riverbed in the evening or watch local folk dances while enjoying the delectable Odiyan Cuisines. So what is the wait now, feeling home away from home in this surreal setting is truly an experience one of its kind.