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Why Do You Book Puri Tour Package?

by OD Travels Tour Operator

Puri is a spectacularly beautiful city in Odisha based on the coast of the Bay of Bengal. Puri continues to be an absolute destination for solo travelers and tourists. Boasting awe-inspiringly striking beaches, there are so many things to be included in Puri holiday packages. Take a look at this post and know why you book the Puri tour package.

Touched by the hand of the God, Puri is immersed in the vibrance and colors of festivities and rich cultural diversity. Whether you want to experience spiritual calmness from the twisted lanes or visit the refreshing beaches along the coastline, this sacred city holds something unique for everyone. Here are a few reasons why booking Puri holiday packages makes really sense:

Shri Jagannath Temple

Lord Shri Jagannath Temple’s major portion is buried underground and the visible portion displays the magnificence of Odia architecture with three moulds carved intricately. Thus the beautiful temple boasts a four fold internal structure i.e. the sanctum sanctorum or the holiest place – Bada Deula, the audience hall – Natamandir, the Porch – Mukhasala and the residuary offerings hall – Bhoga Mandap.

Even if you’re not inclined towards spirituality, you should definitely add Lord Shri Jagannath Temple to your Puri tour package for a rewarding experience of surreal peace and tranquility. Grab this opportunity to explore the sacred temple and try out local dishes like the sweet chhena poda at Anand Bazaar located next to the temple.

Balighai Beach

Do you yearn for a soothing touch of nature? Why don’t head 10kms ahead of Puri! The quiet Balighai is located at the mouth of Nuanai River. Surrounded by serenity and swaying casuarinas, the dramatic sunrise brings in a mesmeric charm to this splendid beach.

Balighai beach is far less crowded than the Puri main beach. It takes a short coastal drive and is nothing short of a beautiful landscape. If you love spotting wildlife species, you should visit the Sea Turtle Research Centre and the Baliharina Sanctuary.

Narendra Tank

Narendra Tank is founded in 15th century in Puri. This sacred tank is dotted by several big and small temples along the shore. You will find an island with a temple known as Chandana Mandap in the center of Narendra Tank. If you’re looking to spend some time in a calmful and serene place, you should look no further than Narendra Tank in Puri.

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Raghurajpur Artist Village–

This artistic village is a paradise for art lovers and artists. Raghurajpur is one of the most incredible places filled with the Pattachitra paintings – the indigenous art form of Odisha, beautiful engravings on palm leaf or wood.

Get ready to experience the magnificent extravaganza of the Gotipua folk dance. All of them make this artist village a must-visit destination while booking Puri travel packages. You will get a glimpse of the wealth of art and craft this sacred city offers.

Gundicha Temple –

Gundicha Temple is a prominent Hindu temple in Puri. During the Rath Yatra, hundreds of deity throngs the temple to pay their obeisance to Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra.

This beautiful temple is located in the centre of a garden and is surrounded by highly-raised walls. Plan a visit to this magical temple during your Puri excursion and get an opportunity to admire its magnificent architecture.

Final Consideration –

Now you get your reasons to book Puri holiday packages. It’s highly suggested that you should look for a reliable tour operator and book your Puri tour package to make the most out of your Puri excursion in the best way possible.

Author Information –

This article is written by OD Travels; a leading Odisha travel agency specializes in providing Puri travel itineraries and packages best matching personal interests and requirements of vacationers.


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