If you are hurry to go around puri and you have only one day in hand then best suitable package for you is this Puri chilika Konark package. It is a complete fullday package package upto 12 hours, you may feel little bit tried.
But from time and cost point of view this package is handy for traveller.
Only vehicle fare
Tollgate and parking extra
30% advance prior to at least 24 hours of travelling. (Economy vehicle only.)
30% advance prior to at least 48 hours of travelling. (Comfort and Luxury vehicle only.)
30% advance prior to at least 7 days of travelling. (Winger, Tempo traveler and Buses only.)
0% cancellation if you cancel before 12 hours before start of service. ( Economy vehicle only.)
0% cancellation if you cancel before 24 hours before start of service. (Comfort and Luxury vehicle only.)
0% cancellation if you cancel before 5 days before start of service. (Winger, Tempo traveler and Buses only.)
Pick up from Puri hotel or Puri railway station, then you will redirect to Chillika. On the way you will first come to see Ramchandi Temple and Chandravaga Sea Beach. Here you will find spirituality among beauty of nature. Then you will enjoy 1 hour at world famous Konark sun temple.
Then Going towards Chillika visit Alarnath Temple then will come Asia`s second largest lagoon Chillika Lake where you can see Dolphin while boating. Then Visit Sea Mouth and Bird Sanctuary Nalaban .There is a beautiful Island where you can spend few hours getting relax from crowded busy life.
you will drop at hotel or Puri railway station.
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.
Konark Sun Temple
Konark Sun Temple 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.