Golden Triangle of Odisha Tour

Experience the best of Bhubaneswar, Puri and Konark

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Golden Triangle of Odisha Tour is famous with many tourist attractions. Ranging from wildlife and bird sanctuaries, exotic cultures, exquisite temples and extraordinary monuments, beaches, a home to artists and craftsmen, the natural beauty and friendly people.

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Golden Triangle Tour of Odisha


Day 1 of GOLDEN TRIANGLE TOUR : Arrival at Bhubaneswar

Arrival at Bhubaneswar – Meet and assistance – transfer to hotel

Bhubaneswar, the capital city of the eastern Indian state of Odisha, is a vibrant blend of history, culture, and modernity. Renowned for its ancient temples, the city is often referred to as the “Temple City of India.” Its architectural marvels include the majestic Lingaraj Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, and the intricately carved Mukteshwar Temple. Bhubaneswar is also a significant educational and economic hub, with a burgeoning IT industry and numerous educational institutions. The city boasts a rich cultural heritage, reflected in its traditional music, dance forms like Odissi, and exquisite handicrafts. With its well-planned infrastructure and lush greenery, Bhubaneswar offers a unique blend of tradition and modernity, making it a captivating destination for visitors and a dynamic home for its residents

Visit Jain caves of Khandgiri and Udayagiri

The Khandagiri and Udayagiri Caves are ancient rock-cut caves located in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India. These caves are significant archaeological and architectural marvels dating back to the 2nd century BCE. They were carved out as residential blocks for Jain monks during the reign of King Kharavela of
the Mahameghavahana dynasty.
Khandagiri and Udayagiri collectively comprise around 33 caves, each with distinct features. Khandagiri, meaning “Broken Hill,” consists of 15 caves, while Udayagiri, meaning “Sunrise Hill,” has 18 caves.
The caves are renowned for their intricate carvings, sculptures, and inscriptions, which depict various mythological tales, religious motifs, and daily life scenes. These carvings provide valuable insights into the cultural, social, and religious life of ancient India

Day 2 of ODISHA GOLDEN TRIANGLE TOUR : Bhubaneswar – Konark – Puri (110kms,3hrs)

After breakfast check out from hotel drive to the religious city of Puri Puri, located in the eastern Indian state of Odisha, is a coastal city known for its rich cultural heritage, pristine beaches, and the famous Jagannath Temple.
It is a significant pilgrimage destination for Hindus, attracting millions of devotees annually. The Jagannath Temple, dedicated to Lord Jagannath (a form of Lord Vishnu), is an architectural marvel and a center of religious fervor, especially during the Rath Yatra festival. Puri’s beaches, such as
Golden Beach and Swargadwar Beach, offer serene landscapes for relaxation and recreation. The city also boasts vibrant markets, delectable cuisine, and traditional arts and crafts, making it a captivating destination for visitors seeking a blend of spirituality, culture, and natural beauty

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Dhauli Peace Pagoda : Dhauli, situated near Bhubaneswar in the Indian state of Odisha. It is renowned for its historical significance as the site of the Kalinga War. Which is a pivotal event in the life of Emperor Ashoka. It is marked by a monumental rock edict and a Shanti Stupa (Peace Pagoda). It’s symbolizing Ashoka’s transformation from a conqueror to a proponent of peace and non-violence. Dhauli also offers panoramic views of the Daya River and lush green surroundings, making it a serene and culturally significant destination for visitors and pilgrims alike.

Ashokan Rock Edicts : The Ashokan Rock Edicts near Dhauli are inscriptions attributed to Emperor Ashoka, carved onto rocks close to the Dhauli hills in Odisha, India. These edicts promote principles of peace, non-violence, and ethical governance, reflecting Ashoka’s embrace of Buddhism and his efforts to spread these teachings throughout his empire.

Pipli : Pipli, in Odisha, India, is famous for its vibrant appliqué work, showcasing colorful fabric designs adorning textiles and crafts.

Sun temple at Konark –

The Sun Temple at Konark, located on the eastern coast of India. Odisha, is a breathtaking architectural masterpiece and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built in the 13th century by King Narasimhadeva I of the Eastern Ganga Dynasty.

The temple is a stunning ode to the Sun God, Surya. Its architectural design is symbolic and awe-inspiring.

The temple is shaped like a colossal chariot with intricately carved wheels, pillars, and walls adorned with sculptures depicting various aspects of life, mythology, and religious motifs. The entire temple complex is designed as a monumental representation of the chariot of the Sun God, with twelve pairs of wheels representing the months of the year, and seven horses symbolizing the days of the week.

The main sanctum, once housing a towering statue of the Sun God, is now in ruins, but the remnants still evoke a sense of grandeur and majesty.

Despite the ravages of time and natural disasters, the intricate carvings and architectural finesse of the Sun Temple continue to captivate visitors from around the world, offering a glimpse into India’s rich cultural and artistic heritage.

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Chandrabagha beach : Chandrabhaga Beach, situated near the Sun Temple in Konark, Odisha, India, is renowned for its pristine shoreline, golden sands and serene ambiance. It is not suitable for swimming due to strong currents.

It offers breathtaking views of the sunrise and sunset, making it a popular spot for leisurely strolls and relaxation.

The beach also holds religious significance, attracting devotees who come to take a holy dip during festivals like Magha Saptami.

Day 3 of ODISHA GOLDEN TRIANGLE TOUR : Puri – Chilika lake – Puri (50+50 , 3hrs)

Morning darshan of lord jagganath temple – Later excursion to Satapada to make a boat ride in Chilika Lake
The Jagannath Temple, located in Puri, Odisha, India, is one of the most sacred Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Jagannath, a form of Lord Vishnu.This iconic temple, known for its towering spire and intricate architecture, attracts millions of devotees and tourists every year. It is famous for its annual Rath Yatra, or chariot festival, where the deities of Jagannath, Balabhadra, and Subhadra are ceremoniously pulled on grand chariots through the streets of Puri. The temple holds immense religious significance and is a symbol of devotion and spirituality for Hindus worldwide.
(Non Hindus are strictly not allowed inside the temple )

Chilika Lake : Satapada, nestled along the scenic Chilika Lake in Odisha, India, is a charming estination renowned for its natural beauty and diverse wildlife. Boasting tranquil backwaters and lush greenery, Satapada is a paradise for nature lovers and birdwatchers. It serves as a gateway to the picturesque Irrawaddy dolphin sanctuary, where visitors can embark on boat cruises to catch glimpses of these rare and graceful creatures. With its serene ambiance and breathtaking landscapes, Satapada offers a peaceful retreat amidst the wonders of nature

Later return back to hotel

Day 4 Golden Triangle Tour Odisha : Puri – Bhubaneswar (65kms,1.5hrs)

After breakfast – check out from hotel and Drive back to Bhubaneswar – visit Raghurajpur Heritage Village, nestled in Odisha, India, is a picturesque hamlet renowned for its vibrant art and culture. Home to skilled artisans
specializing in Pattachitra, a traditional form of scroll painting, and Gotipua dance, a classical Odissi dance performed by young boys, the village exudes creativity and tradition. Visitors can explore narrow lanes lined with colorful houses adorned with intricate murals and handicrafts. Raghurajpur offers a captivating glimpse into Odisha’s rich artistic heritage and serves as a haven for art enthusiasts and cultural connoisseurs.

The State Tribal Museum in Bhubaneswar

Odisha, is a cultural treasure trove showcasing the diverse heritage and traditions of the state’s indigenous tribal communities.

Through captivating exhibits, artifacts, and interactive displays, the museum offers insights into the lifestyle, rituals, art, and crafts of Odisha’s tribal populations. Visitors can explore a rich tapestry of tribal culture, including traditional attire, jewelry, tools, musical instruments, and handicrafts. The museum serves as a platform for preserving and celebrating the rich cultural legacy of Odisha’s tribal communities, making it a must-visit destination for those interested in the state’s indigenous heritage.
Kala Bhoomi which is located in Bhubaneswar. It is a cultural institution dedicated to showcasing the diverse heritage and craftsmanship of the state. This museum celebrates Odisha’s rich artistic traditions through exhibits on traditional crafts, textiles, handlooms, and indigenous art forms. Visitors can explore interactive displays, workshops, and demonstrations to learn about the intricate techniques and cultural significance behind Odisha’s handicrafts and textiles. Kala Bhoomi serves as a vibrant hub for promoting local artisans and preserving the cultural heritage of Odisha, making it a must-visit destination for art enthusiasts and cultural aficionados

Later free for shopping .


Morning breakfast – Check out from hotel and keep luggage at lobby.

Visits of ancient temple of Bhubaneswar The Parshurameswar Temple

It is situated in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India.

It is a small yet historically significant temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.

This temple was Build in the 7th century.  It is one of the oldest surviving temples in the region and exemplifies early Odishan temple architecture.

The temple is known for its intricately carved exteriors, particularly its ornate doorjamb depicting various mythological scenes. Parshurameswar Temple stands as a testament to the rich cultural and architectural heritage of ancient Odisha and remains an important pilgrimage site for devotees of Lord Shiva.
The Mukteswar Temple, located in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India, is a gem of ancient Indian architecture and a significant pilgrimage site. Built in the 10th century, it is renowned for its exquisite carvings, intricate sculptures, and
ornate torana (gateway). Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the temple is a fine example of Kalinga architecture, characterized by its curved spire (resembling a beehive) and decorative motifs. The Mukteswar Temple is not only a place of worship but also a masterpiece of artistic expression, attracting visitors with its serene ambiance and historical significance.
The Lingaraj Temple, located in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India, is one of the most revered Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. This ancient architectural marvel, dating back to the 11th century, features a towering spire, intricately carved sculptures, and a sacred pond within its premises. The temple is a center of religious fervor and draws devotees from far and wide to seek the blessings of Lord Lingaraj. With its rich history, stunning architecture, and spiritual ambiance, the Lingaraj Temple stands as a symbol of devotion and reverence in the heart of Bhubaneswar.
The Rajarani Temple, located in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India, is a beautiful temple known for its intricate sculptural work and unique architecture. Built in the 11th century, it stands as a masterpiece of Kalinga architecture, though it doesn’t have a primary deity. The temple is famous for its ornate carvings depicting various mythological scenes and intricate patterns adorning its walls. The temple’s name, “Rajarani,” is derived from the local sandstone used in its construction, which gives it a reddish hue. The Rajarani Temple is a significant historical and architectural landmark, attracting visitors with its
serene ambiance and exquisite craftsmanship.

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  • 1. Shoes are not allowed inside temple premises and should be left in the shoe stand, we recommend you to get a pair of extra temple socks
  • 2. Donations at temples are not mandatory
  • 3. Photography is prohibited inside the shrines, please respect the culture and belief of people
  • 4. Kindly maintain dress code while visiting the temples
  • 5. Cellphones are restricted inside the Jagganath and Lingaraj temple
  • 6. Non hindus are not allowed inside Jagganath and Lingaraj temple
  • 7. We advice to hire a priest for the above temples to ensure a hassle free darshan
  • 8. Be careful of touts at Chilika lake