(Last Updated on : 24/02/2015)
Hill Stations of Odisha
deals with the small hilly towns and villages gifted with evergreen trees and coffee plantation gardens. Some of the hill stations of Odisha of nature tourism importance are Daringibadi and Koraput. The synonyms of Odisha are serene, calm and beautiful, while one visit the hill stations in this place-the place of Lord Jagannath
Odisha is mainly known for its rich culture and the enormous number of ancient temples. The temples of Odisha conform to the Indo Aryan Nagara style of architecture, with distinctive features specific to this region. The best known of these are the Lingaraja Temple at Bhubaneswar
, Jagannath Temple
and the Konark Temple
. The temples of Odisha display a grand magnificence in their architecture. But out of these, the hill stations are of equal importance, but they are going on in an unconventional way of tourism in Odisha.
Daringibadi is a hill station in Odisha state of eastern India. It is widely known as "Kashmir of Odisha". Daringibadi is situated at a height of 915 meters from sea level (Bay of Bengal
). Daringibadi is located in Kandhmal district of Odisha. The place is gifted with natural bounties including pine jungles, coffee gardens and beautiful valleys. Daringbadi is set in a beautiful spot to the national and international tourists. Daringibadi is surrounded by thick rain forests with wild animals. Daringibadi becomes an ideal summer resort destination for any weekender.
is a small hill station in Odisha. Koraput is a town and a notified area council in Koraput district in the Indian state of Odisha. Being at the heart of tribal belt in South Odisha, it has also many hill stations though they are not that famous as other hill stations of India. Other beautiful places like Machkund, Onukadelli, Jalaput, Chindri, Hatipathar,(Deomali) and Potangi are places to be visited for their scenic beauty by the national and international level tourists. Koraput has good linkage with other parts of the state as well as some major cities of neighbouring states like West Bengal
, Andhra Pradesh
. The connection by the roadways and railways and airways is easy in this region. The National highway number 26(43) passes through the town which connects it with Raipur
. The buses are a plenty from Vishakhatanam and Vizianagaram to Koraput. Now a days, many private cars and taxis are also available from Vizianagaram. The public buses to Jeypore, Jagdalpur, Umerkote also passes through Koraput. The railway is easily well connected with Rayagada District
, Jagdalpur, Howrah
, Bhubaneswar, Rourkela.