Morning after breakfast, check out and drive to Bhitarkanika Mangrove Forest is the world's largest and most relevant nesting ground for the endangered Olive Ridley Turtles. Every
year, nearly a million Olive Ridley Turtles lay over 84 million eggs on the Gahirmatha Beach, which lies along the Bhitarnika Mangrove Forest, inside the Gahirmatha National Park.
Bhitarkanika Mangrove Forest is a natural and wildlife reserve that is home to over 55 species of mangroves, 170 species of birds and a large population of saltwater crocodiles,
hawksbill and leatherback turtles, endangered king cobra and the Indian rock python covering an area of 672 square kilometer national park. This mangrove forest in India is also
a dream come true for birdwatchers as migratory and resident birds such as Asian Openbill stork, six species of kingfisher, five species of egrets and the black-headed ibis can be
spotted. Overnight at Bhitar kanika.