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DARINGIBADI- KASHMIR OF ODISHA (A HILL STATION)

Daringibadi - A hill station, widely known as the “Kashmir of Odisha”. It is the only place in the state where snowfall is recorded in winters. The place is gifted with thick forest with wild animals, Pine Jungles, Beautiful valleys and Plateaus dotted with Coffee Gardens, Black pepper and Turmeric gardens. People across from various place of world visit Daringibadi to explore its natural beauty and its rich cultural heritage.
Daringbadi Nature Camp with Ten numbers of  cottages (Five Tribal cottages & Five Cottages ) on hill top is a perfect gateway for people who are looking for some time off from the daily hurly-burly of city life. Managed by the local community, the destination is a perfect holiday spot with true flavours of local Odiya and Indian cuisine.
Cultural Eco-Tourism - Daringibadi is the native land of one of the most primitive tribes of India “Kutia Kondhas”. The Daringibadi-Belghar belt provides a glimpse of the lifestyle of the famous Kutia Kondha and Dongri Khond tribe. Eco-tourists can taste their cultures and traditions during their stay in the Eco-Cottages.
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