Our Resorts has eco friendly spacious cottages with attached western washrooms and dormitories,conference hall, open meditation space at Buddha hill, Amphi theatre, Solar energy system, internship for students, training/conference, picnic spot.etc There are total 17 rooms with double bed. At a time in one day also more than 50 persons can reside. If can add a bed in a room if required with extra payment
•This is an appropriate ambience for sensitive tourists, serious students, agriculturists, writers, family members who want to spend their holidays on this beautiful hill and mountain area. •The campus has brought in different types of trees (almost 500 species) from all over India enabling the tourists and others to see and enjoy and learn and appreciate the bio diversity of India, in particular Odisha state. •To address the Climate Change issues the whole campus uses solar energy and teaches the tourist and others about reducing foot prints. •Different water bodies both for cultivation as well as adding beauty to the campus conserve water and teaches tourists and others about water conservation. •For spiritual seekers there is a space for individual and group meditation within a hall, room and open space meditation facility called Buddha hill. •Children’s park : there are play equipment, flower garden and fruit trees which will make the children happy. •For adventurous tourist- trekking facilities on the mountains nearby. •Each cottage has got pyramid structure on the top which would energize the inhabitants. •Vegetable and flower gardens by the side of each cottage in different design using local materials will enable the tourists to enjoy the beauty of different flowers and pluck organic vegetables and get the support of kitchen staff to get the food as per their requirement. •Each path leading to cottages is made of yien yang symbol with paving of pebbles on the top that cure acque pressure effect for the tourists. •Restaurant constructed in round shape with a table supported by bullock cart wheel use the effect of any traditional villages and exposes the tourists to the necessity of “Back to Basics” •The conference hall with a background of orchards filled with different type of fruit trees, provide faculties for training and other important meetings.
Places to See In Koraput, Orissa Gupteswar Temple, Koraput, Orissa This is a famous temple of the area. This is actually a cave of a hill inside which a large shrine of Lord Shiva (Siva Lingam) is situated. The meaning of 'Gupteswar' is 'Hidden God'. The Gupteswar Temple is located on the bank of the river 'Kalab'. This is a very beautiful place. The river flows in the hill area and the surroundings with trees and plants give a scenic view of the place. Many devotees gather in this place during the 'Maha Shivaratri' festival. Jeypore, Koraput, Orissa Jeypore is an important place of Koraput and also the largest town of the district. In Jeypore, Old Forts and some other historical places are there to visit. Worship places of many religions are found in Jeypore. There is Church, Gurudwara and also Mosque in Jeypore. Among Hindu temples, Maa Kali Temple, Jagannath Temple, Neelakantheswara temple and Siridi sai Baba temple are famous ones. There is a large water tank in Jeypore, known as Jagannath Sagar which is a suitable place for water sports and boating. Duduma Waterfall, Koraput, Orissa This is a very beautiful waterfall located in Machkund, Koraput . It falls from a height of about 175 metres. The place is also known as 'Matsya Tirtha'. The green hills and the surrounding has a panoramic view. The place is also famous as a beautiful picnic spot. The village 'Ankadeli' (3 km from Duduma) attracts the tourists for the village market where forest products are sold by tribal village people. Sabara Shrikhetra, Kotaput, Orissa There is a beautiful Jagannath Temple located on a hilltop in Koraput which is known as 'Sabara Shrikhetra'. This is a famous temple and many peoples come daily to visit the temple. 'Rathyatra' festival of Lord Jagannath is celebrated here and thousands people. gather during the occasion. Museums in Koraput, Orissa There is a Tribal museum which is located behind the famous Jagannath Temple in Koraput. In this museum, things related to tribal people, tribal culture, tribal history, lifestyle of tribal people etc. are displayed. There is another Government Museum which is located inside the campus of Town Hall, Koraput. The museum displays handicrafts other craft works and antiques. Most of other things displayed in the museum are related to Jain Religion. Kolab Dam, Koraput, Orissa There is a water reservoir built over the Kolab river and a Hydro-Electricity Plant is located there. Tourists visit this place to enjoy it's scenic view. This is a beautiful place for boating and enjoying picnics. Daman Jodi, Koraput, Orissa The place is famous for having Assia's biggest Aluminium Factory, NALCO, Damanjodi. There are high peak hills in Damanjodi, with natural beauty and also a suitable place for trekking. Jain Monastery, Koraput, Orissa There are some remains of an old Jain Monastery found in a small roadside village near Nandapur, Koraput. There is a big statue of 'Lord Mahavir' in this place. Maliguda, Koraput, Orissa Maliguda is a small beautiful village, ideal spot for picnics. the place is 35 km away from Jeypore town. Nature is at it's best with forest, hills, green area and fresh air in Maliguda. There is a broad gauge railway tunnel in this place. Maliguda Tunnel is India's highest broad gauge railway tunnel.
Kakiriguma, Odisha, India