Odisha Tour

1N 2D Similipal Nation Park

Day 1Morning arrival at Jashipur by road from Kolkata (291km) / Jhargram (137km) and take entry permit from Similipal National Park Range Office (DHOBADIHA) - Have a full day excursion and visit Khairi Niwas - enter into Similipal National Park (2750 Sq.Kms) through Kaliani and Kalikaprsad Check Gate - 1 Sal Tree (340yrs. approx), 1 Champa Tree (300 yrs. approx), Khairi River - Check-in to OFDC Cottages @ Kumari/Gurguria (Relax, Fresh, Lunch and Ready) - Uski Waterfall, Chahala (for Wild Life) and Overnight stay.

Day 2Early morning trekking to visit Asurkhal Falls (Optional) and after breakfast check-out from Cottages and have a full day excursion and visit Barehipani Falls (1308 ft.) and Joranda Falls (498 ft.) - Lunch Break @Barehipani/Kumari/Gurguria - Pine Forest, Orchidarium, Khairi River Beauty - Bid adieu to Similipal from Kaliani and Kalikaprsad Check Gate (Jashipur) with lot of contented feelings about a wonderful holiday you spent.
INR ₹ 3499 PP | 4 Pax Minimum

2N 3D Similipal Nation Park

Day 1Morning arrival at Jashipur by road from Kolkata (291km) / Jhargram (137km) and take entry permit from Similipal National Park Range Office (DHOBADIHA) - Have a full day excursion and visit Khairi Niwas - enter into Similipal National Park (2750 Sq.Kms) through Kaliani and Kalikaprsad Check Gate - 1 Sal Tree (340yrs. approx), 1 Champa Tree (300 yrs. approx), Khairi River - Check-in to OFDC Cottages @ Kumari/Gurguria (Relax, Fresh, Lunch and Ready) - Uski Waterfall, Chahala (for Wild Life) and Overnight stay.

Day 2After breakfast have a full day excursion and visit Barehipani Falls (1308 ft.) and Joranda Falls (498 ft.) - Lunch Break @Kumari/Gurguria - Pine Forest, Orchidarium, Khairi River Beauty and Overnight stay.

Day 3Early morning trekking and visit Asurkhal Falls (Optional) and after breakfast check-out from Cottages and Bid adieu to Similipal from Kaliani and Kalikaprsad Check Gate (Jashipur) with lot of contented feelings about a wonderful holiday you spent.
INR ₹ 5499 PP | 4 Pax Minimum


Note: Tulsiboni and Brindaban Check Gate (Handipuhan) / Pithabata Check Gate (Lulung, Baripada)
Similipal Best Time
  • The sanctuary remains open to visitors tentatively from 1st November to 15th June
  • Ideal season of visit is from November to March

Cost Includes
  • Accommodation in OFDC Cottages
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Tea/Coffee
  • Non-AC Vehicle (Jashipur - Jashipur)
  • GST and Entry Fee Included

Cost Excludes
  • AC/Non-AC Vehicle (Jhargram - Jashipur and Return Journey)
  • Driver's Accommodation and Food
  • Odia and Hindi speaking Eco Guide
  • Camera ₹ 50 & Video ₹ 200 Per Day

Visitor Information
  • OFDC Booking Confirmation and Entry Ticket (Print Copy)
  • Identity proof of each visitor (Passport+Visa, AADHAAR, Voter ID, Driving License, etc.)
  • Check-In 12 Noon and Check-Out 10 AM
  • No Mobile Network
  • No Pets allowed

DOs
  • Do abide the rules and regulations of sanctuary
  • Do report about offences/offenders and strange events to Forest/Police officials and assisting them
  • Do keep it clean and pollution free

DON'Ts
  • Do not disturb birds and other wildlife (hunting, shooting, killing capturing and causing harm to them are prohibited and punishable)
  • Do not throw anything undesirable including polythene bags, garbage, injurious substances etc. (keep it clean and pollution free)
  • Do not fish in sanctuary area
  • Do not destroy/disturb the habitat of birds and other wildlife
  • Do not smoke & consume liquor inside the nature park

Similipal Nation Park

Similipal Tiger Reserve which spreads over 2750 Sq.Kms is a part of Central Indian Landscape. Not only a Tiger Reserve, Similipal is also a National Park, Wildlife Sanctuary, Biosphere Reserve and also a part of Mayurbhanj Elephant Reserve. Similipal derives its name from the abundance of Semul or Red Silk Cotton trees that bloom vividly in its forest. The vast stretches of forest of Similipal is a unique composition of deciduous, semi-ever green, high level Sal, grass land & savannahs. It is the abode of more than 1253 species of flowering plants, 99 species of non-flowering plants, 21 species of amphibians, 62 species of reptiles, 361 species of birds, 55 species of mammals and many species of flora and fauna yet to be identified. Similipal Tiger Reserve located in the northern side of the state is also blessed with majestic waterfalls like Barehipani, Joranda & Uski, Sitakund-Deokund-Bhimkund waterfalls in its periphery, rocky cliffs and green valleys dotted in sylvan Sal forests. It bears 94 species of orchids, many of them are endemic and endangered and 72 are Himalayan species. There are many species of rare, endangered, threatened and vulnerable plants and animals. Mahaseer, hornbill, Chowsingha, Mouse deer, Giant Squirrel, Flying squirrel, Ruddy mongoose, mugger crocodile and Rufus tailed hare are examples of this unique biodiversity.

Similipal Beauty

Similipal Beauty

Barehipani Falls

Barehipani Falls

Joranda Falls

Joranda Falls

Uski Waterfall

Uski Waterfall

Asurkhal Falls

Asurkhal Falls

Chahala Watch Tower

Chahala Watch Tower

Pine Forest

Pine Forest

Orchidarium

Orchidarium

Khairi River Beauty

Khairi River Beauty

Sal Tree (340 yrs. Old)

Sal Tree (340 yrs. Old)

Elephant

Elephant

Spotted Deer

Spotted Deer

Giant Squirrel

Giant Squirrel

Birds

Birds

Tiger

Tiger



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