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Jeypore, India

Jeypore, also called as the 'City of Victory' is the second largest town located in southern Odisha. This town is the commercial nerve centre of the Koraput district and has all of such facilities to serve as the suitable base for visiting the tourist places in and around. The city is blessed with several natural and scenic beauties like dense green forests, meadows and verdant valleys and gurgling waterfalls. Jeypore is home to the best tribal folk of Odisha, who also consists of the vast population. It is surrounded by the hills of Eastern Ghats whereas the Araku Hills covers on its three sides. Thus, it often resembles to the shape of "U" that makes it a paradise for all nature lovers. Explore the Jeypore holiday packages offered by EaseMyTrip.in and get ready to explore the tribal charm of this place!

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Climate

Summer
Mid-March - end June
Temperature:26°C- 42°C

Monsoons
June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm

Winter
Late November To Mid-February
Temperature:18°C-30°C

Best Places to Visit in Jeypore

Bagra:
It is a beautiful waterfall on the River Kolab, which is best for picnic. Visitors come here for picnic and other fun-filled family activities.

Papadahandi:
This place has a sacred Shiva Temple with Champak trees, which is worth visiting.

Nandapur:
At Nandapur, you can see the popular 'Batris Simhasan' (a throne with 32 steps).

Sunabeda:
Sunabeda is splendid example of Odisha's gorgeous landscapes that are green and innervating. The establishment of the Aero--Engine Factory speaks of the modernization process of this region.

Duduma:
It is a glittering waterfall (157.5 metres) that has been formed by the Machhakund River. The water of this water fall is utilized to support a huge hydroelectric project. Machhakund is a significant place for pilgrimage, which is also called `Matsya Tirtha'. It is around 92 KM away from Koraput.

Gupteswar:
Lord Shiva reigns supreme at Gupteswar, the popular cave shrine settled on a huge limestone hill surrounded by stunning countryside. The sacred lingam is called `Gupteswar', the 'Hidden God' and is much revered as Gupta Kedar by the people of close by Madhya Pradesh (MP) who travel the hillside to worship the deity.

Raja Mahal & Surya Mahal:
The centuries old palace on main road jeypeore(Sardar Patel Road) is truly an architectural marvel. So, make sure you visit these beautiful places during your Jeypore tour.

Other Tourist Attractions:
Shakti Water Fall, Maligura, Hatipathar, Minna Jhola, Bagara, Jagganath Sagar & Jeypore Park are some of the other famous tourist attractions in and around Jeypore.

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