Ganjam is a town and popular tourist destination located in the Indian state of Odisha. It is reckoned amid the undivided districts of South India. Ganjam is well-known as a tourist destination as it houses sandy beaches and intricately carved ancient temples. Amid the year, hundreds of holidaymakers visit Ganjam.
Set along the shoreline facing the Bay of Bengal, Ganjam is elevated 10 feet above the sea level. This town is surrounded by Nayagarh in North, Srikakulam in South, Gajapati in West, and the Bay of Bengal in East. Such tantalizing geography defines its climate as the tropical monsoon in nature. Throughout the year, it faces warm temperatures that range between 26°C-35°C. The monsoon season brings a downfall in the mercury meter as heavy downpour decreases the temperature by few degrees.
Ganjam is known for the Ganjam Fort, Tara Tarini Temple, Mahuri Kalua, the woods of Bhairabi, alluring beaches and the local shopping complexes that are visited by the people on a large scale.