Odisha's cleanest and bluest beach is at Gopalpur. It is a great place to visit if you want to travel and learn about nature.
Tourists come to this hilly area to see the waterfalls that are always there. A pool of clean, clear water is made by the waterfalls.
This lake borders Chilika Lake, Asia's largest freshwater lake with stunning scenery. Hence, Rambha Lake offers a breathtaking view of Chilika Lake.
The oldest temple of the goddesses Tara and Tarini is about 35 km from Brahmapur. As it is in the Kumari hills, a green forest grows all around the temple.
This city is known for its silk sarees. Silk city offers a selection of silk textiles and brass wear.
Narayani Devi Temple is famous in the eastern ghats. Brahmapur town is 71 kilometres from Maha Devi Narayani's hilltop shrine.
Stone carvings of the five Pandavas are one of the many things that bring people there. This Brahmapur fort is the centre of both Buddhism and Saivism.
Brahmapur's clean beach has fresh air to refresh you. Pre- and post-wedding photoshoots are especially popular at Aryapalli Marine Beach.
About 30 km away from Brahmapur is Pati Sonapur Beach. With its clean sand and deep blue water, this is a great spot for visitors to explore.
This temple, which is in the middle of a green forest and hills, will be a great treat for your eyes and mind.
Budhakhol Temple is 73 kilometres from Brahmapur. Lord Shiva is worshipped in this temple. One must climb 1000 stairs to reach this Shiva shrine.
Ghodahada Dam is 47 km from Brahmapur on the river Ghodahada. This dam opened in 1978. One of Odisha's major dams is Ghodahada.
At the mouth of the Rushikulya River, visitors could see millions of endangered Olive Ridley turtles. Every year, a lot of these turtles come to this place.
This small, beautiful island is in the middle of Chilika lake. It is surrounded by nature. Most people choose this spot for a picnic because it is so nice.