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As the title suggests, Simlipal is a complete package. We had a great time there. Some very important points that I wish to share here.
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* There are 4 camps in Simlipal, Ramtirtha being the nearest from Jashipur. We stayed...More
We had a three day tour of simlipal and bhitorkonika of Orissa.First we are going for a whole day safari in simlipal national park.There we ride on elephant.The best part was the waterfall.so awesome to saw that and more enjoyment to bath in it.so cold...More
Located at a distance of 190 kms from Kolkata, Simlipal National Park in Mayurbhanj district of Odisha has its own reasons to attract itinerants all around the world. Spreading over an area of almost 3000 kilometre square, this national park hosts a wide range of...More
Surely a great place to visit in Odisha. Relax with nature, stay overnight at the many cottages or tents in the park, drive around in your 4x4 in the mud tracks across the sanctuary, view tribal villages, sight wildlife, taste local Kali chai, visit 3...More
There is amazing greenery and dense forest in Simlipal. We were able to spot some monkeys, deers and few birds. Spotting tiger is difficult as the access to core areas is restricted. However the place is full of scenic beauty. There are 3 main waterfalls...More
I went to Simlipal National Park. There is a sizable population of reptiles as well, which include snakes and turtles. The population of crocodiles has increased considerably since the inception of the Mugger Management Program. It is great place to go.
The area of Simlipal is enriched with thick forests, scenic Santhal tribal settlements, beautiful waterfalls like barehipani, joranda and mind blowing rivers. But don't expect to see wild animals.Travellers are advised to carry anti-malarial drugs and sufficient drinking water before leaving for such expeditions.
We visited simlipal forest last February. Don't expect to see any wild animals. Surrounding greenery is nice but roads are very dusty and when we completed our journey we have reddish stain all over our exposed part. Plus point was the picturesque route to the...More