Phulbani is known for its enriching experiences. Your entire tour will be filled with attraction and adventure in and across Phulbani.
If you are on a eco or tribal tour of Orissa, then Phulbani is the right place for you. The best time to visit Phulbani is October to June. Phulbani forms the district headquarters of the Kandhamal district.
Places to visit:
Balaskumpa: This temple is famous for the Goddess Barala Devi. The Goddess is believed to be the creator of the world by the natives.
Padmatala: There is a small pond found in this region where various animals can be seen during evening.
Puruna Katak: This place is famous for its Goddess Bhairavee temple.
Charisambhu: This place is famous for a temple dedicated to Lord Charisambhi Ananta Vishnu.
Chakapad: This place is known for its temple dedicated to Lord Birupakshya along the river Brutunga. The place offers a majestic view of the nature. A thing to notice in this place is that all the trees present have an inclination towards the south direction.
Putudi :The River Bada Saluki flows within this region. There is a natural waterfall on the river. It is densely populated with forests and hills on either side of the river. The cool breeze and birds chirping enhance the serenity of the place.
Dalringibadi: It is also called the ‘Kashmir of Orissa’. It is ideal for summer visits. Snowfall is experienced here during winters making it the only place of its kind in Orissa.
Belghar: Belghar is located within forests. Wildlife, especially elephants, are found in this region.
Boudh:It has a rich cultural heritage. Many religious movements took place here. It holds importance for the Buddhists due to the presence of a Buddhist Shrine with Lord Buddha seated in Padmasana. There are various temples that are present which add to the attraction of the place. These include temples such as, Rameswar, Chandracula, Gopaljiu, Durga, Matangeswari and Hanuman temples.