7 Days Customized Odisha Textile Tour

In a country which has been popular for the assortment & exquisiteness of its textiles, Orissa undoubtedly has all the best options to discover. Thousands of weavers are colonized in isolated villages residing with age old customs, creating brilliant workmanship on cotton, silk, and tusser textiles. The weavers of every region work in their own unique style. Mainly Pata Saree of Odisha is world famous, and now even overseas women prefer to put on Handloom sarees. There are also some tourists that visit Odisha for Odisha textile tour. We tour across the Northen parts of Odisha to get in touch with genuine weavers, learn their methods & tricks of weaving, and an opportunity to purchase their hand-crafted items at the best possible price.

The highlights of our 7 days Odisha textile tour include

  • A trip to Olasingh textile village which is popular for tiger mask dance
  • A trip to Sonepur, which is famous for its Tassar silk weaving art
  • A trip to Bargarh, the one-stop place for world-famous Sambalpuri saree
  • A trip to Nuapatna, for ikat weaving pattern fabric and designs

Day 1: Arrival at Bhubaneswar Airport

After arriving at Biju Patnaik International Airport in Bhubaneswar you will be greeted by our representative. Then you will be transferred to your pre booked hotel in Bhubaneswar. Here you take a shower & have your lunch. Afterward we will take you to explore the local markets of Bhubaneswar. Get back to your hotel after taking your dinner.

Day 2: Olasingh Textile Village – Boudh

We drive towards Olasingh after early morning breakfast. You will enjoy your lunch at the local market of Olasingh. Later you will enjoy the local village exploration. Here you will get the chance to relish the classical tiger mask dance. After having you dinner at a local restaurant we will drive towards Boudh. You will check into a hotel late night in Boudh.

Day 3: Towards Sonepur via Sagarpalli

After having your breakfast late morning we drive towards Sagarpalli. Here in Sagarpalli you will go through the popular tussar, silk weaving art. After having lunch in a local hotel we’ll drive towards Sonepur. Here in Sonepur you will explore the villages popular for weaving Patta in Tussar and silk. Then we continue towards the close by district Balangir. Overnight in a Balangi hotel.

Day 4: Towards Bargadh via Barpalli

After an early morning breakfast we will drive to Barapali. Enjoy exploring a small weaving market in the small town of Barapalli. You will also have an opportunity to enjoy a boat ride in Mahanadi. Then you will be driven towards Baragarh. In Baragarh we will make a stop at the local market for tea. Your last stop of the day will be in Sambalpur. Overnight in a Sambalpur hotel.

Day 5: Sambalpur tour and towards Nuapatna

Following an early morning breakfast you will visit to the land of popular Sambalpuri sarees. We will make a stop at the local market & cooperative societies. After having lunch we will continue towards Nuapatna. In Nuapatana you will get a chance to visit the house of a weaver & observe the ikat weaving pattern. Then you will be driven to Cuttack. Overnight at a Cuttack hotel.

Day 6: Towards Puri via Pipli

We drive to Puri after an early morning breakfast. Pipli will be our next stop to witness the appliqué work village & explore the local market. Then you will be driven to Puri. After arriving in Puri you will be taken to the sea beach where you can enjoy a cool evening. Dinner & overnight in a Puri hotel.

Day 7: Back to Bhubaneswar:

You will enjoy an early sunrise view at Puri beach. After breakfast we will proceed towards the Grand road of Puri for darshan of Jagannath Temple. Afterward drive to Bhubaneswar. Arrival at the Biju Patnaik International Airport to catch your flight back home.

  • Ensure have visa, passport and any photo ID proof on this trip for easy accommodations
  • Special permissions are needed to get into the village, ensure you’ve the required permits
  • Respect the sentiments & culture of the tribal people
  • Learn some words of greetings, and tribal languages that may help you communicating better with the locals
  • Have a good insight of the route maps and also learn regarding the transportation facilities accessible because these things will come handy during your tour. Also, Having a medicated Kit is a good option
  • Ensure to put on clothes according to the climate so that you can safeguard yourself from the effect of sudden climate changes.
  • If you’re an overseas tourist then have some insight about the Indian currency because this is going to be the only mode of transaction here.
  • Photography is allowed in tribal regions, however we request our clients to take approval of the locals before they start taking pictures.
  • Handy Travel Insurance does help.
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