Puri Konrak Bhubaneswar Tour
Puri's energetic and barely stuffed boulevards with brilliantly painted houses, pastiches of provincial structures, has its very own appeal. The Jagannath Temple which takes off out of these lanes rules the horizon. The Chakratirtha (CT) Road toward the East, the waterfront of Marine Drive Road toward the West, and the score of lodgings, resorts in the center and the packed Bada Danda road with hotels and shops offering religious keepsakes and the vivid pattachitra compositions are the center points of activity. The significant lot of drift, much cleaner towards the eastern end, stays swarmed with sun bathers and swimmers in the season with neighborhood anglers filling in as lifeguards. Excepting the pioneers, congregating in hundred thousands amid the yearly Rath Yatra, Puri's Traveller scene is commanded by Bengalis from Kolkata and some youthful western and Japanese guests investigating the laidback appeal of the town for the most part by walking.
Bhubaneswar is the capital city of the Orissa. It is the largest city of the state, and has become the center of economic and religious importance in the region. Bhubaneswar is called the Temple city of India, due to the presence of large numbers of magnificent temples and architectural heritage. The modern city of Bhubaneswar was designed by the German architect Otto Konigsberger in 1946. Like Chandigarh and Jamshedpur; it is one of the first planned cities of India. The history of Bhubaneswar may be viewed in two phases: Ancient Bhubaneswar and Modern Bhubaneswar. While the ancient city has a history that goes back to more than 3000 years to the Kalinga empire, the modern city came into existence in 1948.
The magnificent Sun Temple at Konark is the culmination of Orissan temple architecture, and one of the most stunning monuments of religious architecture in the world. The poet Rabindranath Tagore said of Konark that 'here the language of stone surpasses the language of man', and it is true that the experience of Konark is impossible to translate into words.
The massive structure, now in ruins, sits in solitary splendor surrounded by drifting sand. Today it is located two kilometers from the sea, but originally the ocean came almost up to its base. Until fairly recent times, in fact, the temple was close enough to the shore to be used as a navigational point by European sailors, who referred to it as the 'Black Pagoda'.
Day 01:- Bhubaneswar Arrival
Welcome to City of temple Bhubaneswar. On arrival in Bhubaneswar, you will be greeted by your friendly representative outside the baggage hall area at the airport. Transfer to hotel, check in & relax Then Visit Lord Jagannath temple Part of the Char Dham pilgrimages. Puri is One of the Pilgrimage Centre of India with the largest kitchen in the world, attracts around One Lac devotees everyday in this temple from all around the world then visit Gundicha temple, Evening relax at beach. Stay overnight at Puri.justify;">
Day 02:- Chilika Lake (Satapara) full day trip
After breakfast drive to Asia’s biggest lake, which is one of the most popular tourist places of the world Chilika Lake (Satapara), Take a boat cruise to visit the Irrawaddy Dolphins, sea mouth & Red craps Island. In the evening back to Puri. Overnight stay at Puri.
Day 03:- Puri to Bhubaneswar via Konark sun temple
After breakfast & check out, proceed to Bhubaneswar enroute visit Konark Sun temple, is the 13th century Temple (also known as the Black Pagoda). It is one of the Seven Wonders of India, Pipli (the appliqué work village). Also visit Dhauli Giri, known as Peace Pagoda; the famous Japanese temple on the hill. It has major Edicts of Ashoka. Check in at hotel in the evening visit Lingaraj temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, Parsurameswar, Mukteswar, Siddheswar, Rajarani & Megheswar temple. Over night stay at Bhubaneswar.
Day 04:- Bhubaneswar Local sightseeing
After a hearty continental breakfast proceed for a city tour, viewing some of the city’s most beautiful landmarks. Nandankanan Zoo, the garden of Gods. It also contains a botanical garden and part of it is has been declared a sanctuary. It's famous for its white tiger population. After noon visit to Khandagiri and Udaygiri Caves. Evening drop them at Railway station to Catch train. Over night stay at Bhubaneswar.
Day 05:- Bhubaneswar Dropping
After a delightful breakfast, we will check out from the hotel and drive to the airport / railway station for our flight to return home. It is time to say goodbye to the beautiful, exciting Odisha and the friends we have made, and go back home with the indelible memories we have created. With the memories, experiences and photographs of a lifetime, this Odisha trip will draw to an end. We would love to hear your stories, and your feedback. Please write to us with anything you would want to share with us, as this keeps us motivated in our effort to provide beautiful holiday experiences to our guests.
- Accommodation in Twin / Triple Sharing Basis for 06 Nights
- Welcome drink On Arrival At hotel.
- Lord Jagannath temple by our priest.
- Guide charges at Konark sun temple.
- Nandankanan Lion Safari With Entry Fee.
- Guide charges at Khandagiri Udaygiri.
- Bindu sagar Laser Show.
- Free using Of Hotel Facilities.
- All Transfer & sightseeing as per Itinerary by Personalized AC Vehicle
- Packaged Drinking Water per day
- Boating Charges At Chilika Lake
- Toll Tax, Parking Fees, Driver Allowance, Night Halt charges
- Any Airfare / Train Fare
- Travel Insurance
- other expenses not mentioned in inclusion
- Any sightseeing or excursion that is not mentioned in the itinerary
- Any item of personal requirement, such as drinks, Tips, laundry, telephone, etc
- Any medical or evacuation expenses
- Any expenses occur due to natural climate, security, roadblocks, Vehicle Malfunctions and other unexpected reason
- Anything not mentioned in Inclusion
- GST extra (as applicable)