Baliharachandi is one of the famous tourist place in Odisha. This place is about 27kms from the famous place Puri. At this place the river from Atharnala (which is the Branch of river Bhargavi) entered into the sea near Harachandi temple. So Harachandi temple is mainly famous for this. So this place become into one of the best Picnic spot in Odisha. Every year thousands of tourists and students come to this place for picnic and enjoy the nature’s beauty of this place. Because this is the best place for nature lovers. As the Harachandi Temple is here, so this temple increases one more attraction for this place.

As this Place “Baliharachandi” is a little bit far from towns and crowds so here you can take the joy of peace which helps you to keep your mind fresh from the crowded town. When you reach this pace you can see the “Harachandi temple” and after going about 200 meters from this temple you can see the narrow river flowing through this area. The facility of boat is also there. You can pass this river by paying Rs.5 to the Boat owner. He will pass you the river. After that you can see a sandy hill where there is many trees there. That place is best for picnic. After passing that sandy hill you can see the beautiful Sea. I can guarantee that you never see this type of beauty of Sea wherever. So enjoy this place as much you can

How to Reach Baliharachandi

Baliharachandi is about 27 kms from Puri. As Puri is a developed town so you can reach puri by any media (Bus, Train, Taxi etc.). After that you can hire a TAxi to reach this beautiful Place.

Famous For Temple of Goddess Harachandi and Sea Beach
Nearest Attractions Chilika Lake, Satapada, Alarnath
State/Country Odisha, India
Located at Eastern Coast of Odisha
Distance From Bhubaneswar 60 KM
Distance From Puri 27 KM
Mode of Transport Road (Bus and Taxi)
Nearest Airport Bhubaneswar – 60 KM
Best Time to Visit Round the Year
Local Language Odia
Other languages Hindi, Bengali and English

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