Daringbadi is a beautiful hill station in Odisha. It is situated a popular tribal area in Kandhmal district. It is also Known as “Kashmir of Odisha” because it is gifted with bountiful natural beauty and experiences snowfall in winter. It is above 3000 feet from sea level and surrounded by thick rain forest, Hill Stations, coffee garden and green valleys.
How to Reach:
Daringbadi can be reached from Bhubaneswar (252 Km) by regular bus/Cab services. It’s Nearest Railway Station Is Berhampur(127Km). Distance from Visakhapatanam to Berhampur is 277 KM and travel Duration in train is 4–5 hour.
The Local Language Spoken There is “Kui”. The inhabitants of the village are mainly tribal called “Kuthia Kondo” and “Dongia Kondo”.
Best Time To Visit:
The months of November to February as the best time to visit orissa Summers are scorching whereas during winters, temperature come down to the bottom of the mercury level. On Behalf of Tour Experts November And January Is The Best Time To Visit Daringbadi.
Top Places To Visit:
Hill View Point– Hill view point is a beautiful point from where the entire Daringbadi including the neighboring town is clearly visible.
Lover’s point -Small spring surrounded with natural beauty.
Coffee Plantations and Black Pepper Plantations : are the two ideal destinations to explore. Managed and maintained by Soil Conservation/Forest Department, the spot is also perfect for picnic and for hangout with friends.
Putudi Waterfalls-The Putudi Waterfalls in the forests adjacent to Daringbadi is a picturesque location. The waterfall can be visited only when accompanied by a tourist guide. Since it lies inside the forest and difficult for tourists to reach it is one of the less explored and less toured locations in Daringbadi.
Nearby Places To Visit Here Are Gopalpur Sea Beach And Rambha Is Most Attartctive Places To Feel Cool And Calm To Memorise Your Past Making Compare With Present.
Daringbadi your next destination. Come And Enjoy the untouched beauty of nature And Relief Yourself. Now the beauty of the “Night Queen” at Daringbadi. The whispering of leaves, bright of stars, and the cool breeze are charismatic.