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On the confluence of the river Mahanadi and the Bay of Bengal, Paradeep is a beautiful beach. The beach is famous for its clear blue water, green forest, stones along side the beach, a good marine drive and the biggest port. Visitor can spend some hours by frolicking in the lovely indigo water. The scenic location of the beach gives an ideal destination for tour.Location:Paradeep Beach is at a distance of 94-km from Cuttack and 125 km from Temple city Bhubaneswar.Touring Seasons:November to MarchBeach AccessibilityAirlines: The nearest airport is Bhubaneswar just 125km away from Paradeep; from there you can easily fetch a vehicle or a bus.Rail Lines: The nearest rail station is Cuttack, 94 km away from Paradeep. From here you can pick a bus to Paradeep.Bus Lines: NH-5A links Paradeep, so any one can easily come to Paradeep from major cities of Odisha, it also connect 3 major tourist towns of Udayagiri, Lalitgiri and Ratnagiri, all within a 100km.Lodging/Accommodation at Paradeep BeachIn Paradeep you can accommodate yourself in Budget hotels or in Lodges otherwise you can stay in Bhubaneswar or Cuttack and take a trip to here.Fascinating Places near the Paradeep BeachTemple of BaladevaKendrapara, known as ‘Tulasi Kshetra’, is famous for the temple of Lord Baladeva.JhankadSituated 60-km from Cuttack, Jhankad popular for the temple of Goddess Sarala and the place is associated with poet Sarala Das, the first epic poet of Odisha. A grand car festival is held here annually which attracts a vast crowd.Bhitarkanika National ParkThe seashore area has been a crocodile sanctuary since 1975.Bhitarkanika National Park, sprawled over 367 sq km, is home to variety of animals. The exciting forest is covered by mangrove s criss-crossed by rivers and creeks.GahirmathaKnown for sea turtles and water monitor lizards, Gahirmatha beach has rare white crocodiles. It is also a Park for deer and migratory birds. The place is now the nesting place of the olive Ridley sea turtles.Oceanic ActivitiesYou can enjoy here by sunbathing and strolling.
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