Ramatirtha is located near the city of Jashipur in the Mayurbhanj district of Odisha. Ramatirtha is situated under the Similipal National Park. This is the only crocodile rearing center in the Mayurbhanj district which attracts many tourists. The Ramatirthaa of mayurbhanj is very famous in Odisha because of its natural beauty and temple of Sri Ram.
According to Indian mythological history, in the days of Tretaya yuga, Lord Shri Rama had passed through the jungle of simiipal along with Goddess Sita and brother Laxman; While tired, Sita sat on the plateau for a while and washes her face and feet in the river flowing down. After that Ramatirthaa of Mayurbhanj became a famous place after the name of Shri Ram and Goddess Sita. Every year in Makar Sankranti (middle of January), the Mahanta people are celebrating the Tusumelana festival or Tusu Parb.
This location is 96 K.M from Mayurbhanj district headquarters Baripada,153 K.M from Balasore, 285 K.M from Bhubaneswar is far away. The place is well connected by taxis and jeeps.