Posted by Admin on July, 28, 2022
Odisha is ready to welcome tourists in monsoon with a focus on eco-friendly holidays, slow travel and sustainable tourism. That means going beyond the usual hotspots to an unexplored Odisha of homestays, local food and untouched hills.
Odisha’s tourist numbers are continuously surging after two years of Coronavirus, so this is a good time to head to one of the most breathtaking hill stations for a few nights of stargazing. An overnight journey from Bhubaneswar, Koraput is a picturesque place away from the hustle and bustle of the city. It’s a place for short hikes, watching the fishing boats make their way and trying fried fish at local eateries.
From June onwards, Koraput region becomes a multicoloured picture: with wild red poppies, white daisies and purple lilies painting the landscape. With mostly blue skies, mild temperatures and few crowds, it’s the perfect time of year to explore and make friends with the Tribals.
You can travel to Deomali which is the tallest peak in Odisha and boasts of stunning scenery of the hills. It’s a must visit for anyone who has an adventurous streak and loves to be in the lap of nature.