Sambalpur to Cuttack Cheap Bus Fare
The First bus from Sambalpur (Odisha) to Cuttack (Odisha) is HICOMFORT by departing at 13:30. The total number of daily trips between Sambalpur and Cuttack is 1. Goibibo offers 1 trips daily from Sambalpur to Cuttack and one can choose from 0 operator(s).
Trip duration for Sambalpur to Cuttack is between 7h-0m to 8h-0m depending on the bus type and operator. Goibibo provides you the largest fleet of bus services to select from AC buses.
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Popular attractions in Cuttack
- Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary
The Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary, located in the estuarine region of Brahmani-Baitarani, is one of the most spectacular wildlife sanctuaries in the continent of Asia. The Mangroves, salt-tolerant tree species, are a wonder of the place, sprawling an area of nearly 672 square kilometre. Criss-crossed by numerous water-sketches, the sanctuary is a proud refuge to a plethora of birds, animals and amphibians.
- Barabati Fort
Believed to be constructed in the 11th century by the Ganga dynasty, the Barabati fort is situated on the banks of the Mahanadi River. Its main attractions include the ornately carved gateway and the 20-yard wide ditch, most probably dug to protect the fort against invaders.
- Cuttack Chandi Temple
India is a spiritually inclined nation with hundreds and thousands of known and unknown consecrated sites within its premises, built to honour the religious sentiments of its citizens. Orissa houses a good number of temples, out of which the Katak Chandi Temple is highly revered and Maa Katak Chandi is believed to be a 'Living Goddess'.