People of Taptapani
The tribes of Mali Dingara Kondh, Bonda Poraja and Kutia Kondh dwell in Taptapani. Their unique lifestyles might add to tourist attractions. Tampara, a brackish lake provides luxurious water sports to tourists like water scooter, paddle boats and many other lovely activities.
Tourism in Taptapani
Tourists can enjoy a glimpse of a marvellous Buddhist Monastery, a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and deer park nearby. It is a great weekend destination near Kolkata, which can be visited with another great beach destination of Odisha – Gopalpur on Sea. The Kandimata Mandir and Sri Nilkantheswar Temple are amongst the significant pilgrimage spots in Taptapani. Several waterfalls, lakes, rivulets, local tribal villages, Tibetan settlement and monasteries are present in the region of Taptapani. The Pati Sonepur beach which is placed near Bahuda River, Aryapalli Beach, Mahuri Kalua temple, Taratarini Temple which is surrounded by Rushikulya River and others are the enjoyable tourist locales in Taptapani. The Mahuri Kalua temple is located at a distance of nearly 20 km from Taptapani.
Visiting Information of Taptapani
Taptapani can be visited throughout the year and is an immensely popular tourist destination in Odisha. Taptapani is accessible by railways, roadways and airways from Bhubaneshwar. If one boards a train from the city of Kolkata to Berhampur, he/she will be able to reach the closest railway station to the area of Taptapani. Taxis are easily available in Taptapani.