Situated 2.7 kilometres away from one of the best resorts in Konark, Balukhand Wildlife Sanctuary in Odisha, India was established in the year of 1984 in order to protect the shoreline which is the nesting site of green sea turtles and the extremely endangered Olive Ridley turtles. Balukhand Wildlife Sanctuary of Orissa covers an area of about 72 square kilometres. The sanctuary houses an assortment of vegetation. A portion of the vital fauna that you can see here comprises of spotted deer, blackbuck, monkey, squirrel, striped hyena, jackal, wild cats, and mongoose. We, at Lotus Eco Beach Resort, strive to sustain the balance of nature and strongly advocate the preservation of all the flora and fauna of the sanctuary.
This haven is additionally a home to an extensive variety of fowls and reptiles. Huge vegetation housed in Balukhand Wildlife Sanctuary are Anacardium, Casuarina, neem, and tamarind to name a few.