Holiday at Simlipal Wildlife Sanctuary
Set within the richest watershed of Odisha due to twelve rivers, Simlipal jungles attracts a large number of tourists every year. It is one of the prominent National parks of India with two stunning waterfalls named as Barehipani and Joranda, situated in Mayurbhanj, Odisha. Simlipal National Park is blessed enough with natural beauty and boasts of an excellent flora and fauna. With 1076 plant species, 92 species of orchids, 42 species of mammals, 242 species of birds, and 30 species of reptiles make Simlipal the most natural view provider.
Simlipal National Park and the biosphere reserve have derived its name from”semul” the red silk cotton trees found in abundance jungle areas. The National park is Sprawling in an area of 2750 sq. km and lying in the Chotanagpur Plateau in the Mayurbhanj district of Orissa, India, Simlipal is one of the 14 biosphere reserve of India.
Besides attracting a large number of people for spending a refreshing holidays in Simlipal resort and hotel provide you the perfect opportunity to relax in your luxurious room along with enjoying homely food under the blue sky to search for new species and explore the forest of your own. The Simlipal Tiger Reserve originated as a hunting ground for the surrounding royalty. It was formally designated a tiger reserve under Project Tiger in May 1973. The Government of Odisha declared Similipal as a wildlife sanctuary in 1979 with an area of 2750 sq. km.
If you are planning for holidays over here be ready to experience adventure, then chose your accommodation in Simlipal to enjoy the fullest amidst the jungle.