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Odisha Temples and Tribes Tour

11 Day(s) ,10 Night(s)

Visit Bhubaneswar, Dhauli, Puri, Konark, Chilika, Gopalpur, Taptapani, Rayagada, Kothgarh, Jaypore, Gupteswar.
  • Top Attractions Covered :Bhubaneswar - Dhauligiri - Chilika Nature Camps - Puri Beach - Konark - Lingaraj Temple - Gopalpur - Udaygiri & Khandagiri Caves - Jirang - Mukteswar Temple - Taptapani - Chandragiri Tibetan village - Puri - Rayagada - Jeypore
  • Places Covered :Bhubaneswar, Berhampur, Puri, Konark, Paralakhemundi, Deogaon, Ganjam, Paikapada, Boriguma

Top Attractions Covered

Day Wise Itinerary

  • Day 01
    09:00 AM - 08:00 PM Arrive Bhubaneswar; garland welcome; assistance and transfer to Hotel. Bhubaneswar is the capital of the ancient kingdom of Odisha, and is famous as the temple city of India. Travel through Odisha is a melange of art, architecture and long-established customs. City tour of Bhubaneswar.
  • Konark

    Day 02
    09:00 AM - 08:00 PM On the drive to Konark (75 km), we will stop at Dhauli .Our next stop is the colourful village of Pipili where we can see Odia handicrafts, the speciality being the famous applique work.Visit to the Chariot of the Sun God temple.
  • Puri Beach

    Day 03
    09:00 AM - 08:00 PM Puri is one of the four principal holy abodes in India, as well as a popular beach resort. It offers the rare experience of watching both the sunset and sunrise from the same beach.
  • Chilika Nature Camps

    Day 04
    09:00 AM - 08:00 PM Drive to Chilka Lake takes us through picturesque countryside and charming villages. Chilka lies in the heart of coastal Odisha. Spread over 1,100 km2, this is the country's largest lake. Dotted with islands, Chilka has a rich variety of aquatic life and is a bird watcher's paradise, particularly when migratory birds arrive in winter. Sunset and sunrise are memorable experiences here. O/n Guest House.
  • Gopalpur

    Day 05
    09:00 AM - 08:00 PM Rising early we visit the lake to view the avian life and the Kalijai Temple, abode of the presiding deity of the lake, located on a tiny island. In winter the lake attracts migratory bird from Iran, Central Asia, and as far as Siberia. We will also be able to watch the fishermen at work, who come here in search of prawns, mackerel and crabs. After breakfast we drive to Gopalpur-on-Sea, an ancient seaport not often visited by tourists. Sand dunes, groves of coconut palm and casuarinas separate the small town from the beach. O/n resort.
  • Taptapani

    Day 06
    09:00 AM - 08:00 PM Morning, relax at the hotel; afternoon drive to Taptapani (150 km). Luxuriate in the small hot springs in this peaceful village: water from the hot sulphur springs, discovered here in a forest setting, is channeled to a pool for bathing. There is a shrine of goddess Kandhi inside the original pool, which is believed to cure infertility. You may also like to visit Chandragiri, 36 km away, where a community of Tibetan refugees resides, and supports itself by weaving carpets. O/n Inspection Bungalow.
  • Rayagada

    Day 07
    09:00 AM - 08:00 PM Odisha has the third highest concentration of tribes in India, and because of the remoteness of the area where they live these tribes are untouched by modern ways of life. Each has a distinct language and pattern of social and religious customs. Though economically challenged and a very low rate of literacy, the tribal groups have highly developed artistic skills as seen in their body paintings, ornaments, weaving and wall paintings. Music and dance also are an integral part of their ceremonies and seasonal festivals. During the next few days we will be visiting some of these tribal settlements.
  • Rayagada

    Day 08
    09:00 AM - 08:00 PM The excursion today takes us to the Kothgarh tribal area (180 km). The inhabitants speak Kuvi - a language derived from the Dravidian strain of Southern India. Human sacrifice has now been replaced with animal sacrifice, offering sacrificial blood to their supreme goddess, represented by a piece of wood or stone, to ensure fertility of the soil. The members of this tribe still use bows and arrows to protect themselves from wild animals. Tuesday is the market day. Return to Rayagada. O/n hotel.
  • Jeypore

    Day 09
    09:00 AM - 08:00 PM Drive to Jeypore (250 km / 7 hrs) through Chatikona, visiting a few Dongariya Kondh villages en route. O/n hotel.
  • Jeypore

    Day 10
    09:00 AM - 08:00 PM The area we visit today is the home of the approximately 6000 members of fierce Bondas (naked people) of Tibetan-Burmese origin. They live in remote hills and keep themselves isolated. O/n at Inspection Bungalow in Machkund near Onukudelli.
  • Jeypore

    Day 11
    09:00 AM - 06:00 PM A day excursion to Gupteswar (140 km) to visit the caves, which are believed to have been the refuge of Lord Rama during his fourteen years of exile, and the place where he worshiped Shiva. On the way we will visit a few Dhuruba villages. Return to Jeypore. O/n hotel.

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