Address: Konark, Odisha 752111, India.
This temple was built in 13th century which is a UNESCO World heritage site and was opened in 1250. This temple is dedicated to Sun god �Surya�� and you can find Surya�s chariot with huge wheels & 6 horses. The top attarctions of this site are attractive architecture, Konark Sun Festival, Konark Dance festival, Surya Devalaya with amazing Kalong architecture, monuments, structures, other temples also.
Address: 221, Bidyut Marg, AG Colony, Shastri Nagar, Nayapalli, Bhubaneswar, Odisha 751015, India.
Jagannath Temple in Puri is a famous Hindu pilgrim centre in Odisha. The area of the temple spreads around 4, 20,000 sq. ft. and the temple is enclosed by a wall. The famous festival conducted here known as Ratha yatra .You can find the image of Jagannath in wood which is very rare to find. This temple consists of 120 temples & shrines. It has four different seasonal structures.
Address: Chilika Lake, Odisha.
This is a popular bird watching destination in Odisha. This is the largest internal salt water lake in Asia itself. You can find rich flora and fauna surrounding the lake. Other things you can enjoy here includes picnicking, boating, fishing, sunrise & sunset watching destinations, dolphin spots, some charming islands etc.
Address: Dist, Bhanjpur, Baripada, Odisha 757002, India.
This National Park was established in 1980 located at Mayurbhanj district. You can find some of the wildest animals in India over here like Asian Elephant, tiger, Saur etc. It has a tiger reserve which is very popular tiger caring centre in India. This is the 7th largest National Parks in India. This reserve is included in UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves. You can also find rare species of birds & reptiles from here along with natural beauty.
Address: Sea beach, near swargadwara, Puri, Odisha, India.
If you are looking for some relaxing moments by enjoying the beauty of sea, take a visit to this beach. Morethan entertainment, this is a holy land and people who visits Jagannath temple also visit this site. It has attractive golden sands and roaring waves. You can also enjoy sunrise & sunset watching, horse-back riding, camel riding etc from here.
Address: Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India.
Your trip to Odisha never ends without visiting the vibrant capital city. Bhubaneswar is known as the �city of temples�, morethan 500 temples. Things you can explore here includes archaeological and historical sites of Dhauli, Khandagairi and Udayagiri, Kalpana Square on the busy Cuttack Road, Rajmahal Square, Station Square or Master Canteen and the road further on to Vani Vihar, Janpath, housing most lodges, restaurants, shopping arcades and banks.
Address: Paramanandpur, Odisha 754248, India.
This National Park was opened in 1998 which is a land of diverse eco-systems. The popular attarctions in this National Park are mangrove forests & wetlands, creeks, estuaries, accumulated land, backwater and mud flats, 215 species of birds, including winter migratory birds from Europe and central-Asia, Giant Salt Water Crocodiles, and varieties of other animals.
Address: Hirakud Dam, Odisha 768016, India.
Take a visit to the largest dam in India. This is the first multi-purpose river valley project in India after independence. It was opened in 1957 with the height of 57meters. This is the major longest earthen dam in India. It has two different hydroelectric power houses, three canals, Debrigarh wildlife sanctuary, a paradise for migratory birds, observation towers etc to explore. The dam built across Mahanadi River.
Address: Near, Lewis Rd, Kalpana Square, BJB Nagar, Bhubaneswar, Odisha 751014, India.
The original State Museum was found in 1932 with amazing collections of artistic traditions with influences form Buddhism, Jainism, and Brahminical styles. The Museum also showcases archaeology and numismatics, armoury, natural history and contemporary art, Patta Painting, palmleaf manuscripts, anthropology etc.
Address: Chandaka Reserve Forest, Bhubaneswar, Odisha.
If you are an elephant lover, don�t miss to visit this sanctuary which was established in 1982 located at South fringe of Cuttack. The attarctions of this sanctuary are elephant, leopard, chital, barking deer, mouse deer, langur, rhesus monkey, mongoose, sloth bear, wolf etc and variety of snakes like the python etc can also find here. The sanctuary is rich with flora like semi evergreen, to the moist kangada forests, coastal salt forest, thorny bamboo brakes, planted teak and eupatorium scrub etc.