- HOW TO REACH
- DUDUMA WATERFALL
- JAIN STATUE
- KOLAB DAM
- TRIBAL MUSEUM
- OTHER PLACES
- FAIRS and FESTIVALS
Government Of Orissa Tourist Office
Tourist Complex,Koraput(Near Circuit House)
The District headquarters situated 2,900 ft. above sea level. Also known as "Sabar Shrikshetra", the modern Jagannath Temple has come up on a hilltop.
The Tribal Museum behind the temple caters to and educates the tourists about the culture and heritage of the tribals
The majestic waterfall, also known as "Matsya Tirtha" falls from a height of 175 meters. A hydro - electric project with its winch developed amidst deep greenery is a place for pleasure.
Three KMs away from Duduma waterfall, a small village of Ankadeli draws the attention of foreign tourists to its weekly markets on Thursdays where the most primitive tribe "the Bondas", come from the remote, inaccessible dense forest.
Jolaput is known for its newly constructed dam reservoir. The lake formed by the dam is 68.2 Sq. Kms. It's a picnic spot, 77 Kms from Koraput.
Important cave shrine of Lord Shiva situated on a lime stone hill on the bank of river Kolab, surrounded by natural Scenery. The sacred "Lingam" called Gupteswar, literally meaning, "Hidden God", is also popularly known as "Gupta Kedar" in Chattisgarh. Shivaratri is the major festival which attracts a large umber of visitors.
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