if you have times in hand then once keep your footstep in puri konark and bhubaneswar so that you can get more and more knowledge about Puri -konark - Bhubaneswar In one day. Puri-konark- Bhubaneswar is a one day Sightseeing Tour. One can Cover All These Places In Puri-konark and Bhubaneswa city. Where Puri is famous for lord jagannath temple, konark is famous for Lord Sun temple and Bhubaneswar is known as the "Temple City".
Pick up from puri hotel or puri railway station, then you will redirect to see world famous Konark Sun Temple. On the way you will see Ramchandi temple which is situated on the sea shore of bay of bengal. Here you will find spirituality among beauty of nature. Then you will get few minutes at Chandrabhaga Beach,
At last enjoy beautiful scrupture of famous artistis at sun temple konark.
After visiting konark, you will stat your journey towards temple city Bhubaneswar, You will visit Dhauligiri a budhist stup on the way to Bhubaneswar.
Only vehicle fare
Tollgate and parking extra
1) 30 days or more before date of departure: 25% of total cost
2) 20 days before date of departure: 50% of total cost
3) 15 days or less before date of departure: 100% of total cost
Cancellation and Refund policy for 1-4 days tours
1) Cancellations received 15 days (or more) of departure will incur a penalty of 10% per person.
2) Cancellations received within 14 days of departure will incur a penalty of 25% per person.
3) Cancellations received within 7 days of departure will incur a penalty of 50% per person.
4) Cancellations received within 3 days of departure will incur a penalty of 100% per person.
Puri is most beautiful place to visit. Being the reign of Sri Jagannath Prabhu, Puri is one of the four most sacred piligrimage destinations in India (Char Dham). Sri Jagannath Temple, Gundicha Temple, Puri Beach, etc are the places to see in Puri that will surprise you.
Konark is known for world-famous Sun Temple, the UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also famous for a beach named Chandrabhaga.
Bhubaneswar, Konark and Puri makes the perfect Golden Triangle in Odisha (Orissa) that is the best tour plan to explore the real charm of Odisha tourism. During your Odisha golden triangle tour, you will visit the rich cultural heritage, temple architecture of Odisha, famous temples, sea beaches, natural wonders and above all the Oriya culture and traditions.
Konark Sun Temple
The Konark Sun Temple (also spelled Konarak) is a 13th-century Hindu temple dedicated to the sun god. Shaped like a giant chariot, the temple is known for the exquisite stone carvings that cover the entire structure.
The Konark Sun Temple is the most popular tourist destination in Orissa and has been a World Heritage Site since 1984. It is located in the village of Konark, which is 35km north of Puri on the coast of the Bay of Bengal.
Chandrabhaga beach is very close to the Konark temple. The Chandrabhaga Beach is usually a quiet retreat into nature's inviting arms and is popular with tourists looking for solitude to reflect upon their sojourn so far.
Ramchandi Temple is located on the way from Konark to Puri. It is a shrine of Godess and it is said that Lord Ram visited this temple. Behind the temple they have boating facility. Could not stay longer in this place as had to move to Puri. Nice place to visit.
There are many small temples which are functional or non functional within walking distance from the Lingaraj temple. Some of them are Koti theetheshwara, which has a huge holy pond in front of it ;Parshuram temple, Kedar Gouri temple, Mukteshwar and sidheshwar.
Khandagiri broken hill. It is located opposite to Udaya giri caves. There is a functional temple there dedicated to Kali, Durga and Hanuman. There is also a Jain temple with 24 teerthankaras. It is very interesting to note the details of the Kali and Durga temple with significant sculptures along the walls.
The Nandankanan Zoo, just outside Bhubaneswar, has the world's largest "collection" of white tigers, a mutation almost always the result of close relatives breeding, now mostly in captivity.
They're not albinos, as their black (or chocolate brown) stripes indicate. Among the other effects of the recessive gene that gives them white rather than orange fur are: 1) They're always cross-eyed. 2) They're larger than their "normal" tigers.