Chilika Lake

Chilika Lake is Asia's largest Brackish water Lake. Studded with small islands that include the Honeymoon Island and Breakfast Island, Chilka Lake is alienated from the Bay of Bengal by a sandy ridge. The pear-shaped lake is dotted with a few small islands and has fisheries and salt pans around its shore. Chilika Lake also houses the most accommodating ecosystems in the world.

Along with with the vibrant variety of birds: both native and migratory ones, the enthralling lake also offers scenic views of sunrise and sunset and a host of other options to choose from. Attractions such as the Bird Island, Breakfast Island and Honeymoon Island are also frequented by tourists who visit the Chilika Lake.

There are three main places where tourists can also visit such as Satapada, Barakul and Rambha. Satapada is on the northern side of Chilika Lake. The main attraction at Satapada is its Chilika boating and Dolphin watch. there is a place known as Brahmagiri where Many devotees visit this temple during the Anasara period. Barakul, this place is an entry point to visit(by boat) Kalijai temple and Nalabana for bird watching.

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