General

The city of Jagannath, the savior of the world, Puri symbolizes religious beliefs and the ancient cultural and historical heritage. Known around the world for the revered Jagannath Temple (one of Char Dham) and the annual Rath Yatra, the city also offers many options for excursions to create an interesting and joyful holiday in Puri. A mixture of spirituality, naturalism, and pantheism, whirling in the air of Puri, always coexist in balance and make this city an admiration for people of all faiths. In addition, spacious virgin beaches add beauty to this superb coastal city and complement your Puri Tour.

Located 60 km south of the capital Bhubaneswar, the city mainly stands out on the world tourism map with ancient customs and temples with extraordinary architecture. The city embraces the history of the 3rd century. BC e. and depicts the artistic creations that were created during the reign of various rulers of the region.

A charming place for beach lovers and romantic honeymooners, Puri Beach is considered one of the best in India. Located on the Bay of Bengal, this seductive seashore provides an opportunity to see a bewitching sunset and sunrise. During the annual Beach Festival, the beach surroundings dress up in attractive elements where you can see sand sculptures made by artists, international winners.

 

Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival Delhi
You will arrive at Delhi ‘s international airport and meet the representative who will take you to check-in at the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure for exploring famous markets and bazaars.

Day 02: Delhi – Bhubaneswar
After taking breakfast, visit famous monuments of Old & New Delhi in half-day. For instance Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Jama Masjid, Gandhi Memorial India Gate, etc. Thereafter proceed to the airport to board the flight for Bhubaneswar. Arrival at Bhubaneshwar airport, meet the representative will take you to check-in at the hotel. Bhubaneshwar is the capital of Orissa and one the holiest pilgrimage center with Parashurameshwara Temple, Mukteshwar, and Lingraja being the most popular. Later, visit the Handicrafts Museum. Overnight stay at hotel in Bhubaneshwar.

Day 03: Bhubaneswar – Puri
After taking breakfast you will excursion the famous sightseeing of Bhubaneshwar including Udaygiri and Khandgiri caves. After viewing these caves, proceed to State Museum, one of the best tourist spots in Bhubaneshwar. In the rest of the time, you will be transferred to Puri known for its world-famous Lord Jagannath temple. Overnight stay at hotel in Puri.

Day 04: Puri – Konark
Early morning, proceed to take bless of Lord Jagannath. This temple is one of the most famous temples in North India. Jagannath means the lord of the universe. After taking the blessing of Lord Jagannath you will be offered delicious breakfast and thereafter to visit the most famous Konark Temple as well. It’s known as Black Pagoda for its black color, situated on the seashore of Bay of Bengal. This temple is the foremost attraction of Konark of thronged the pilgrimages. Visit some other areas of Puri like Raghurajpuri, 17 km. from Puri. Later, explore Sakhi Gopal famous for handicrafts; a collection of Umbrellas, Lamps, Wall clothes, Sofa and bed covers, etc. Evening time is at leisure time to spend at the peace silver beach. Overnight stay at hotel in Puri.

Day 05: Puri
The fourth day will be the most important for you such as you could cut the brackish winds with a knife. For this, you will be transferred to Chilika Lake which is one of Asia’s largest Brackish water Lake. Spend your Honeymoon Holidays at the Beach. In the evening you visit the beach market for some shopping for ethnic local goods. Overnight stay at hotel in Puri.

Day 06: Puri – Bhubaneswar – Delhi Departure
Early morning you will be dropped at Bhubaneswar airport from Puri, to catch the flight for Delhi and for connecting international flight for next destination.

 

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