Kuldhia is located at Balasore district of Odisha is a richly forested hill range. The natural beauty of the hill land gets magnified with streams, valley, forest etc. Kuldhia wildlife sanctuary is known for elephant, tiger, leopard, giant squirrel, Gaur, Sambar, hornbill and other migratory birds. Watch towers are built to have a view of elephant. The area is dominated by mixed deciduous forest with predominantly Sal trees. It is an attraction among tourist, wildlife lovers and ecologist. The government of Odisha is focusing on community based ecotourism model to conserve the natural beauty and bio-diversity.

‘Rissia nature camp’ offers with double bed and attached washroom, solar light and solar fan.

How to reach: Kuldhia sanctuary is located nearly equi-distance from Kolkata and Bhubaneswar. Bhubaneswar to Kuldhia sanctuary 235 kms. The connectivity between Bhubaneswar and Kuldhia is better in comparison to Kolkata. The nearest airport is at Bhubaneswar. The closest railway station is at Balasore. Balaosre from Bhubaneswar, Cuttack and Howarh is at a distance of 206 kms, 175 kms and 221 kms respectively.