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17 Attractions to Explore Near Gupteswar Temple and cave

Gupteswar Temple and cave
Gupteswar Temple and caveJeypore Road, Sunabeda, Odisha 763004, India

It is a pilgrim site situated in the Koraput district of Odisha. A limestone cave is there and its main attraction is the gigantic Shivalinga which is said to be increasing in size. Pilgrims from all over the country come here during the Sravana period because the yearly Bol Bam yatra is held at this place. Devotees walk to the Gupteshwar during Bol Bam yatra to bath in the maha kund, and then chant near the Shiva Linga.

Nearby Attractions

Sunabeda Jagannath Mandir
Sunabeda Jagannath Mandir1.30 KMs away from Gupteswar Temple and cave

This is an old Shiva temple located in the heart of sunabeda which is away from the sounds and rush of the city. The place is very caim and surrounded by forests and this temple is located on the top of a small hill.

Deomali Hill
Deomali Hill19.55 KMs away from Gupteswar Temple and cave

Deomali Hill is a mountain peak in the Chandragiri-Pottangi subrange of the Eastern ghats. It Surrounded by deep green forest, the peak is rich in flora and fauna. This hill range is rich in mineral resources such as bauxite, limestone and gemstones. Deomali is dotted with brooks and deep valleys, and inhabited by tribes such Kandhas, Parajas, Bhumia, Malis and Bhotias. It is not only a marvel for the tourists but also to the adventurous sports lovers for hang gliding, mountaineering and trekki

Kolab Dam
Kolab Dam23.89 KMs away from Gupteswar Temple and cave

This is agravity dam situated near Jaypore town in Koraput district. The dam impounds Kolab river which is a tributary of Godavari river. The majestic Kolab Reservoir generating Hydro Electric Power is situated here. There is also a beautiful garden and a small park surrounds the dam.

Jeypore Palace
Jeypore Palace29.36 KMs away from Gupteswar Temple and cave

It was established by King Veer Vikrama Dev in 1648-49CE. It served as the capital of the erstwhile Kingdom of Jeypore ruled by the kings of Sankara dynasty.

Hanuman Temple Dumuriput
Hanuman Temple Dumuriput32.59 KMs away from Gupteswar Temple and cave

This is a hanuman temple located in the Koraput district. There is a huge Hanuman idol there. This is the main devotee location of the Koraput district.

Duduma Water Falls
Duduma Water Falls46.50 KMs away from Gupteswar Temple and cave

Duduma Water Falls is situated on the border of Koraput and Visakhapatnam districts of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh states respectively. The horsetail waterfall is 175 meters (574 ft) in height and is formed by the MACHHKUND river.

ARAKU VALLEY
ARAKU VALLEY47.45 KMs away from Gupteswar Temple and cave

This is a hillstation in The Vishakapatanam district. This place is often referred to as Ooty of Andhra. It is a valley in the Eastern Ghats inhabited by different tribes.

Borra Caves
Borra Caves57.07 KMs away from Gupteswar Temple and cave

The Borra Caves are situated in the Ananthagiri hills of the Araku valley in Vishakapatnam district. British geologist William King discovered this million years old cave in the year 1807 and it has been a tourist favorite ever since. Breathtaking hilly terrain, beautiful landscape, semi-evergreen moist deciduous forests, and wild fauna of the Borra Caves are a visual feast.

Thatipudi Reservoir
Thatipudi Reservoir74.64 KMs away from Gupteswar Temple and cave

Thatipudi reservoir is a water reservoir on the river Goshtani located in tatipudi. It is a water supply reservoir to the city of Vishakapatanam.

Paderu
Paderu75.76 KMs away from Gupteswar Temple and cave

Pedaru is a villlage located in Vishakapatanam district which is very good in its natural beauty and it is popular for its cool weather and greenery. Paderu is connected by road only. Unlike Araku this small hill station does not have any rail connectivity.

Kanger Ghati National Park
Kanger Ghati National Park87.01 KMs away from Gupteswar Temple and cave

One of the densest National park in India which is a collection of biodiversity, flora, and fauna. There are so many things to explore inside the forest. Many caves, waterfalls, and this forest is home for the state bird of Chhattisgarh Bastar Hill Myna.

Bastar Palace
Bastar Palace92.64 KMs away from Gupteswar Temple and cave

This is the royal residence and the headquarters of the Bastar kingdom. This palace is visited by thousands of tourists who visit to have a look of this significant architectural brilliance.

Gantastambham
Gantastambham 93.42 KMs away from Gupteswar Temple and cave

Gantastambham is an ancient place in vizianagaram. This clock tower has a big sound alarm to wake up vizianagaram. my parents said that previously for every hour it sounds to tell the time to all vizianagaram people. i think now the sound is stopped by the management. A good and must watch place in vizianagaram

Vizianagaram Fort
Vizianagaram Fort93.87 KMs away from Gupteswar Temple and cave

This is an early 18th century fort in the City of Vizianagaram. It was built by Vijaya Rama Raju, the Maharaja of Vizianagaram in 1713. The formal ceremony, while laying the foundation for the fort, was very auspicious as it represented five signs of victory. The square-shaped fort has two main gates, of which the main entry gate (the "Nagar khana") has elaborate architectural features. There are many temples and palaces within the fort and a victory tower.

Late. Sri Gurajada Appa Rao Gari House A.P. State Protected Monument

Gurajada Appa Rao was a noted Indian playwright, dramatist, poet, and writer known for his works in Telugu theatre. His house is presently a protected monument and a library.

Kanger Dhara
Kanger Dhara95.76 KMs away from Gupteswar Temple and cave

Kangar Dhara is a waterfall which is located inside the Kanger valley national park. It is produced by the Kanger river by the presence of undulating rocks present here.

Kotamsar Caves
Kotamsar Caves98.24 KMs away from Gupteswar Temple and cave

This is a limestone cave formed in the Kanger limestone belt. The main ecotourist place in the Jagdalpur region of Chhattisgarh. There is a vertical fissure in the wall of a hill that serves as the main entry for the cave, and from there for the convenience of tourists, a concrete path has been made extending to the end of the cave. This is a wonder made by nature.