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Tribal Tour of Orissa Package

Destinations Covered:
Bhubaneswar * Phulbani * Rayagada * TAPTAPANI * Puri Jagannath Temple *
Price on Request


Day 01
  • Arrival Bhubaneswar
  • Upon arrival met our representative and proceed to check in at the hotel .
  • Overnight in the hotel .
Day 02

Bhubneswar – Phulwani
  • Buffet breakfast in hotel.
  • Morning drive from Bhubaneshwar to Phulwani ( Approx 208-5-6hrs)
  • Enroute visiting the tribal villages / Tribal temples.
  • Overnight in the hotel.
Day 03
Phulbani-Baligauda –
Belghar - Rayagada
  • Buffet breakfast in the hotel .
  • Morning drive from Phulwani to Rayagada via Baliguda and Belghar (Approx 75Kms-2hrs)
  • Enroute visit Kotagarh tribal weekly market (Tuesday Market) & Kutia Kondia Tribe
  • Overnight in the hotel .
Day 04
Rayagada – Chaitakona –Jeypore
  • Buffet breakfast in the hotel
  • Morning drive from Rayagada to Chaitakona (Approx 132-5hrs)
  • Enroute visit Chaitakona (Weekly Dhongria Kondh Tribal market / tribal art work) – Wednesday Market
  • Overnight in the hotel.
Day 05
Jaypore-Onukudelli – Rayagada (BONDA TRIBE)
  • Buffet breakfast in the hotel .
  • Morning drive from Jeypore to Onukudelli ( Approx -71Kms-2hrs)
  • Thursday visit the weekly Bonda tribe weekly market (Thursday Market)
  • Later visit the Gadaba tribe & local village.
  • Then continue drive to Rayagada
  • Overnight in the hotel.
Day 06
Rayagada –Taptapani
  • Buffet breakfast in the hotel
  • Morning drive from Rayagada to Taptapani via visit Sarora Tribe & Village ( 04 hours drive)
  • Overnight in the hotel.
Day 07
Taptapani-Gopal pur on Sea -Puri
  • Buffet breakfast in the hotel .
  • Morning drive from Taptapani to Puri via sightseeing of Gupalpur sea (Approx- km-6-7 Hrs)
  • Visit local village
  • Overnight in the hotel.
Day 08
  • Buffet breakfast in the hotel
  • Morning visit the famous Jagannath temple
  • Later visit to Konarak Sun Temple back to Puri
  • Overnight in the hotel.
Day 09
Puri –Pipli –Bhubaneshwar
  • Buffet breakfast in the hotel
  • Morning drive from Puri to Bhubneshwar via famous Pipli market famous for tribal handicraft.
  • Later visit the famous Ragurajpur artist village for handicraft
  • Upon arrival in Bhubaneshwar proceed to check in at the hotel
  • Overnight in the hotel.
Day 10

  • Buffet breakfast in hotel .
  • Same day excursion to the famous Buddhist site of Lalitgiri –Ratnagiri & Udaygiri
  • Overnight in the hotel .
Day 11

  • Buffet breakfast in the hotel
  • Morning leave for sightseeing for visit famous temples of Bhubaneshwar which includes visit to Mukhteshwara, Herbal garden ,Raja Rani temple , Lingaraj temple followed by visit to Bindusagar holy tank .
  • Overnight in the hotel
Day 12

  • Buffet breakfast at the hotel
  • Later transfer to airport for onwards destinations


  • Accommodation On Double Sharing Basis At Hotels Mentioned Or Similar In The Room Category Mentioned.
  • Accommodation Will Be On bed breakfast board basis in all Places and breakfast will be in normal Coffee shop and not in any specialty restaurant. Dinner in hotel / Local restaurant.
  • All Transfer, Excursions And Sightseeing Tours Will Be By Using Air-Conditioned Sedan Car.
  • 1 bottle of mineral water per day / per pax
  • Traditional welcome upon arrival in the hotel along with welcome drink.
  • Farewell souvenir upon departure
  • All Road Taxes, Parking Fee, Fuel Charges, Interstate Taxes, and Portage At All Hotels.
  • 1 Indian Meal in any authentic Indian restaurant.
  • English speaking My Explorous representation on all arrival/ departure transfers.
  • All currently applicable taxes including Government service tax.


  • Expanse of personal nature like tipping. Laundry, and telephone/ fax calls, Alcoholic beverages, camera/ fee at monument’s medical expenses, airport departure tax etc.
  • Tips / Gratuities
  • Any other meals/ services not specified above
  • Travel Insurance
  • International / Domestic airfares/ visa fees.


Bhubaneswar, the capital city of Odisha, is a majestic town situated in the eastern part of India. Located on the south-west bank of river Mahanadi, the city features splendid architecture from the Kalinga period. This ancient city has a rich heritage of 3000 years. The landscape of Bhubaneswar is believed to have featured more than 2000 temples once. Due to this reason, Bhubaneswar is also known as the Temple City of India. Bhubaneswar tourism offers a glimpse into the rich temple construction style followed in Odisha during the ancient times. Bhubaneswar, Puri and Konark together form the “Swarna Tri-Bhuja” or the Golden Triangle of the tourist destinations belonging to eastern part of India. Bhubaneswar - Where Beauty Stands In A Timeless State Bhubaneswar is considered to be the seat of Lingaraj or the Hindu deity Lord Shiva.

It is the place where ancient temple architecture flourished. The uniqueness of this architectural style is that even today people feel spellbound to watch the amazing designs etched in stone in that bygone era. Tourist Places In And Around Bhubaneswar Bhubaneswar tourism offers a wide range of attractions that can keep visitors enthralled and charmed. The largest city of Odisha, Bhubaneswar has an amazing mixture of temples and lakes, caves and museums, parks and dams, etc. Lingaraj Temple, Mukteswar Temple, Rajarani Temple, ISKCON Temple, Ram Mandir, Shirdi Sai Baba Mandir, Yogini Temple at Hirapur and the huge number of other temples are standing witness of the Odisan temple architecture. The scenic beauty of Bhubaneswar is enhanced by the presence of natural wonders, such as Bindu Sagar Lake, caves of Udaygiri and Khandagiri, Dhauli Giri, Chandaka Wildlife Sanctuary and the hot water spring of Atri.

Bhubaneswar tourism has incredible items to satisfy the interest of the young and the old. For someone who is interested in history and the ancient world, the Orissa State Museum, the Museum of Tribal Art and Artefacts and the Old Town will be fascinating attractions to visit. For the nature lovers, Bhubaneswar is an ideal place as the city has numerous parks. Among them the Biju Patnaik Park, Buddha Jayanti Park, I. G. Park, Forest Park, Gandhi Park, Ekamra Kanan, IMFA Park, Kharavela Park, S.P. Mukherjee Park, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Park, etc. are the noteworthy ones. For those inclined towards sports or science, the Regional Science Centre, Pathani Samanta Planetarium and the Kalinga Stadium are beautiful options to explore. Children will love visiting the Nandankanan Zoo. There are also other amazing attractions like the wonderful village of Pipli, Deras Dam, Baya Baba Math, Sisupalgarh, BDA Nicco Park, Fortune City, Info City, etc. Bhubaneswar is also a shopping destination where tourists can shop for many things like tie and dye clothes, brass metal works, wood works, etc.

Temples In And Around Bhubaneswar

The name Bhubaneswar was derived from the word Tribhubaneswar, which refers to the Hindu God Shiva. As a result, the influence of Shiva is found prominently in most of the temples of the city. Here you can find that just a few temples exist that are not dedicated to Lord Shiva. Out of the various temples built to honor Lord Shiva a few prominent ones are the Astasambhu Temples, Bhringesvara Siva Temple, Byamokesvara Temple, Bhaskareswar Temple, Gokarnesvara Siva Temple, Gosagaresvar Precinct Siva Temple, Jaleswar Siva Temple, Kapilesvara Siva Temple, Sarvatresvara Siva Temple, Sivatirtha Matha, Svapnesvara Siva Temple, Uttaresvara Siva Temple and Yameshwar Temple. Bhubaneswar is proud of its ancient temples that have stood the test of time. A few famous ancient temples of Lord Shiva are Aisanyesvara Siva Temple, Astasambhu Temples, Bhringesvara Siva Temple, Bharati Matha Temple, Brahmeswara Temple, Bhrukutesvar Siva Temple, Siva Temple, Byamokesvara Temple, Bhaskareswar Temple, Champakesvara Chandrasekhara Mahadeva Temple, Chakreshvari Siva Temple and Dishisvara Siva Temple. Other temples include Chintamanisvara Siva Temple, Gangesvara Siva Temple, Gokarnesvara Siva Temple, Jaleswar Siva Temple, Kapilesvara Siva Temple, Labesvara Siva Temple, Lakhesvara Siva Temple, Madneswar Siva Temple, Mangalesvara Siva Temple, Nagesvara Temple, Purvesvara Siva Temple, Sarvatresvara Siva Temple, Sivatirtha Matha, Gosagaresvar Precinct Siva Temple, Subarnesvara Siva Temple, Sukutesvara Temple, Svapnesvara Siva Temple, Talesvara Siva Temple, Uttaresvara Siva Temple, Yameshwar Temple and so on. Apart from Lord Shiva, Bhubaneswar tourism also features temples of other Hindu gods like Krishna and Chandi. A few popular temples belonging to the other gods are Ananta Vasudeva Temple, Akhadachandi Temple, Brahma Temple, Devasabha Temple, Duladevi Temple, Kainchi Temple, Gandhi Garabadu Precinct Vishnu Temple, Gopal Tirtha Matha, Janpath Ram Mandir, Rameshwar Deula, Suka Temple, Vaital Deula, Vishnu Temple and so on.

Best Time To Visit Bhubaneshwar

The best time to plan a trip to the city of Bhubaneswar is during October to February, when the winter temperature provides a pleasant atmosphere for sightseeing.


Phulbani village is surrounded by green hills is located next to Salunki River. You can visit the tribal villages and witness the unique culture and traditions of the tribal people.


Drive to the Niyamgiri Hill to visit the primitive villages of Dongariya Kondh. You will find Desia Kondh, Kutias and the Dongariya Kondh tribes. The Dongarias in the Niyamgiri hills and are very aggressive by nature.


The capital city of Odisha, is a majestic town situated in the eastern part of India.

Puri Jagannath Temple

Jagannath Temple is one of the temples which form the Char Dham that consists of four of the holiest pilgrimage sites of Hindu religion. Rath yatra or Chariot festival is a festival where people from across the globe come to Puri to take part in the yatra that takes place around June-July every year. According to the specific instructions, a new chariot is built every year and the chariot is pulled by thousands and thousands of devotees. Puri Beach, Markandeswara Temple, Lakshmi Temple, Gundicha temple, Ashtachandi temple, Panchatirtha Temple, Loknath Temple, Alabukeswara temple, Chilika Wildlife Sanctuary are other tourist attractions.

Bhubaneswar - Phulbani

Phulbani - Rayagada

Rayagada - Taptapani

Taptapani - Puri Jagannath Temple