Taptapani"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

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    Gopalpur-on-Sea - Gopalpur-on-Sea, also referred to as Gopalpur, is a beach town situated near Taptapani. This fishing town derives its name from the ancient Gopal Temple that dates back to the 18th century. Ruins of an ancient commercial port have been found at this historical site. One of the major attractions of this place is the lighthouse that has served as a milestone for sea travellers. This lighthouse was used for directing ships towards the Gopalpur Port. The Old Jetty is another attraction, which was once the major point for trade and commerce. This place is considered as the starting point for many sailors moving across the Indian Sea. Dhavaleshwar, one of the picnic spots located in Gopalpur, is an island popular for its lush green flora. It has an ancient temple situated at a hilltop. A museum that displays various monuments belonging to the 12th century is located close to this temple.

     

    Hot Water Spring - The Hot Water Spring of Taptapani is situated atop a hill, amidst lush green forest. The water of this spring is believed to possess medical properties and can cure skin diseases. The temperature of this spring varies between 30º Celsius and 40º Celsius. The water from the spring is fed into a nearby pond for public bathing.

     

    Berhampur - Berhampur is located around 13.3 km away from Taptapani, nearby the sea coast. This town has served as the main commercial centre of the Kalinga Dynasty. It has various attractions, amongst which the Lakhari Valley Sanctuary is most prominent. Covering an area of around 185 sq km, this sanctuary is home to elephants, black bucks, tigers and leopards, among other animals. The Mahendragiri Hill, located in proximity to the Lakhari Valley Sanctuary, is another attraction. This hill has many medicinal plants and beautiful flowers. One of the popular shrines of this place is the Mahurikalua Temple, devoted to Goddess Mahurikalua. Another sacred attraction is the Maa Bhairavi Temple that is dedicated to Goddess Bhairavi.

     

    Chandragiri - Chandragiri is a town near Taptapani, which is famous for an ancient Buddhist Monastery. This monastery was established in 1959 after the arrival of Tibetans in India, following the Chinese aggression in Tibet. Another popular attraction of this place is a small market, near the main bus stand of Lobersing. Tibetan wall mats, handicrafts, leather goods and carpets are some of the popular items sold in this market. This town is renowned for its horticulture plantation of mango, guava, orange, pineapple and other seasonal fruits. It is inhabited by various tribal communities, apart from the Tibetan community. 

     

    Chhatrapur - Chhatrapur is located around 24.7 km away from Taptapani and is famous for the Thakurani Yatra. This yatra is organised every two years. The major festivals celebrated at this place are the Dola Purnima, Ganesh Puja, Durga Puja and Diwali.

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    Panthanivas Taptapani, Taptapani

    Pudamari Ganjam

    Panthanivas Taptapani, Taptapani offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions. It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This pro

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    Gopalpur-on-Sea - Gopalpur-on-Sea, also referred to as Gopalpur, is a beach town situated near Taptapani. This fishing town derives its name from the ancient Gopal Temple that dates back to the 18th century. Ruins of an ancient commercial port have been found at this historical site. One of the major attractions of this place is the lighthouse that has served as a milestone for sea travellers. This lighthouse was used for directing ships towards the Gopalpur Port. The Old Jetty is another attraction, which was once the major point for trade and commerce. This place is considered as the starting point for many sailors moving across the Indian Sea. Dhavaleshwar, one of the picnic spots located in Gopalpur, is an island popular for its lush green flora. It has an ancient temple situated at a hilltop. A museum that displays various monuments belonging to the 12th century is located close to this temple.

     

    Hot Water Spring - The Hot Water Spring of Taptapani is situated atop a hill, amidst lush green forest. The water of this spring is believed to possess medical properties and can cure skin diseases. The temperature of this spring varies between 30º Celsius and 40º Celsius. The water from the spring is fed into a nearby pond for public bathing.

     

    Berhampur - Berhampur is located around 13.3 km away from Taptapani, nearby the sea coast. This town has served as the main commercial centre of the Kalinga Dynasty. It has various attractions, amongst which the Lakhari Valley Sanctuary is most prominent. Covering an area of around 185 sq km, this sanctuary is home to elephants, black bucks, tigers and leopards, among other animals. The Mahendragiri Hill, located in proximity to the Lakhari Valley Sanctuary, is another attraction. This hill has many medicinal plants and beautiful flowers. One of the popular shrines of this place is the Mahurikalua Temple, devoted to Goddess Mahurikalua. Another sacred attraction is the Maa Bhairavi Temple that is dedicated to Goddess Bhairavi.

     

    Chandragiri - Chandragiri is a town near Taptapani, which is famous for an ancient Buddhist Monastery. This monastery was established in 1959 after the arrival of Tibetans in India, following the Chinese aggression in Tibet. Another popular attraction of this place is a small market, near the main bus stand of Lobersing. Tibetan wall mats, handicrafts, leather goods and carpets are some of the popular items sold in this market. This town is renowned for its horticulture plantation of mango, guava, orange, pineapple and other seasonal fruits. It is inhabited by various tribal communities, apart from the Tibetan community. 

     

    Chhatrapur - Chhatrapur is located around 24.7 km away from Taptapani and is famous for the Thakurani Yatra. This yatra is organised every two years. The major festivals celebrated at this place are the Dola Purnima, Ganesh Puja, Durga Puja and Diwali.

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