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Bhubaneswar is one of the oldest cities in India. Dating back to the history of more than 2000 years, the city is the capital of Odisha (Orissa). Owing to the presence of more than 500 temples, the city is referred to as the “City of Temples”. The temples in the city not only represent religious beliefs but are also the finest specimens of Indian architecture. Despite modernism, the city has retained its charm and attracts a large no. of spiritual tourists throughout the year from all across the world. Besides temples, there are other tourist attractions such as hills and caves. The city is worth a visit to experience the cordial existence of antiquity and modernism. Moreover, the tour also allows you to take a tour of the major tourist spots in Konark and Puri. It is also worth noticing that Bhubaneswar, Konark, and Puri make up the Golden Triangle of East India.
Visit the famous tourist spots in Bhubaneswar
You will also pay a visit to Konark and Puri
You can also take delight in viewing Odissi
On your arrival in Bhubaneswar, you will be transferred to the hotel. After having some rest, you will visit some of the important temples, including Lingaraj Temple, Mukteshvara Temple, Rajarani Temple, and Ananta Vasudeva Temple.
Later, you will visit the famous Udayagiri and Khandagiri Caves, which hold religious, archaeological and historical importance. These are finely carved-out rock cave structures. Nextly, you will also visit the State Museum and Nandankanan Zoological Park. Overnight stay is in Bhubaneswar.
You will leave for Konark by road in the morning. In Konark, you will pay a visit to the Sun Temple, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can also join in the festivities of Konark Dance Festival, which is celebrated in honor of the Indian classical dance forms. Later, you will depart for Puri. The day is at leisure. Overnight stay is in Puri.
The day will be dedicated to the exploration of Puri, the holy city. The city is highly important for Hindus as it is included in the four holy pilgrimage sites of Hindus. The major tourist attraction in Puri is Jagannath Temple. Jagannath Temple is not accessible to non-Hindus. Overnight stay is in Puri.
You will be dropped at the predetermined location to continue the further journey.