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Kanjipani Ghati & Hill, Keonjhar

Kanjipani is just 30 km away from Keonjhar town. Kanjipani Ghati is a picturesque natural panoramic spot with magnificent up rolling mountain ranges. The trail of Kanjipani Ghati is spread over 20 km long along NH-49, which offers a unique experience to nature lovers above a 610-meter high ghat. The place is the treasure house of rich flora & fauna. The winter temperature goes to 0 degrees Celsius while clouds touch the valley during the rainy season to the delight…

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Mandasaru Valley Nature Camp, Daringbadi, Kandhamal

Mandasaru Nature Camp is located at the top of Manda Hill, and It is about 30 km distance from Daringbadi and 75 km away from Phulbani Town. It Surrounded by dense tropical moist deciduous forest. The Mandasaru Gorge ecosystem is located in the eastern part of the Kandhamal District of Odisha. It is one of the last kept secret wildernesses of India. The Manda Hill recorded the Highest peak at 3280 feet above sea level. It is considered the Silent Valley of Odisha…

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Hill View Park, Daringbadi, Kandhamal

The Hill view park is located 3 km away from Daringbadi and about 102 km from Phulbani. It is a beautiful hill covered with dense forest. Hill View has situated on the focal point of the Eastern Ghat Ranges of India, in the district of Kandhamal. Its greenery and alleviating atmosphere round the year draws in guests for a far apocalypse. It is prominently known as Kashmir of Odisha.  Hill view park is the major attraction of Daringbadi, with a watchtower,…


Gudahandi Hills & Waterfall, Ambapani Sanctuary, Kalahandi

Gudahandi hills and waterfall has located in the Ampani sanctuary of the Kalahandi district of Odisha. It is around 86 km from Bhawanipatna and 68 km from Nabrangpur. In the Gudahandi hills are some ancient caves bearing pictographic paintings of remote antiquity. Three small hills, all of curved length, are together known as the Gudahandi hills. The name Gudahandi, meaning a pot, for molasses, has its origin in the impression its shape apparently conveys. A rivulet named Behera flows past the village. There…

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