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Rameshwarm with Madurai (1 Night & 2 Days)

Tour Code : DTSPTN-005
Duration: 1 Night / 2 Days

Tour: Rameshwaram with Madurai
Destination: Madurai-Rameshwaram


Day-1: Arrive Madurai – Rameshwaram (175 Kms/3-4 hrs)

Upon arrival at Madurai Airport, meet & greet service by company executive. Direct transfer & visit Meenakshi temple. Madurai is an energetic, ancient city on the Vaigai River in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Its skyline is dominated by the 14 colourful Gopurams (gateway towers) of Meenakshi Amman Temple. Covered in bright carvings of Hindu gods, the Dravidian-style temple is a major pilgrimage site. Millions attend the processions and ceremonies of April's Chithirai Festival celebrating Meenakshi and Lord Vishnu. Afterwards drive towards Rameshwaram & direct check-in to hotel. Have dinner & overnight stay at hotel.

Day-2: Rameshwaram Sightseeing – Departure (175 Kms/3-4 hrs)

After breakfast, Rameswaram is a town on Pamban Island, in the southeast Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It’s known for Ramanathaswamy Temple, a Hindu pilgrimage site with ornate corridors, huge sculpted pillars and sacred water tanks. Devotees bathe in the waters of Agni Theertham, off the beach east of the temple. Gandamadana Parvatham is a hill with island views. A chakra (wheel) here is said to bear an imprint of Lord Rama’s feet.take bath in 22 holy wells and visit Pamban Bridge. Afterwards check-out the hotel & departure to Madurai Airport for your onwards journey.

Tour concludes with the sweet memories & blessings of God..........

Shri Tirupati Balaji Darshan

Tour Code : DTSTD-001
Duration: 4 Nights / 5 Days

Tour: Tirupati Balaji Darshan
Destination: Chennai-Tirupati-Tirumala-Shrikalahasti-Chennai


Day-1: Arrive Chennai - Local visit

Arrive at Chennai Airport / Railway Station. Upon arrival, our representative will meet you and transfer to the hotel. Afternoon proceed on a sightseeing tour of the city visiting Kapaleshwar Temple, Fort St. George, Government Museum and Marina Beach- second largest beach in the world. Have dinner & overnight stay at hotel.

Day-2: Chennai – Tirupati – Tirumala (160 Kms/3-4 hrs)

Morning departure to Tirupati and check into hotel. Later proceed to Tirumala hills (22 kms) here visit Lord Balaji temple, “Richest God in the world” visited by millions of devotees every year. Afterwards reach back to Tirpupati. Have dinner & overnight stay at hotel.

Day-3: Tirupati

In the morning after breakfast proceed for other famous temples darshan as: Shri Venkateshwara Vaari Temple, Shri Govind raja Swamy Temple, ISKON Temple, Shri Padmawati Ammavari temple etc. Have dinner & overnight stay at hotel.

Day-4: Tirupati – Shri Kalahasti – Chennai (154 Kms/3-4 hrs)

In the morning check-out from Tirupati towards Chennai En-route visit Shrikalahasti Temple, “a very auspicious temple of Lord Shiva” This Srikalahasti town is named after Sri (spider), Kala (snake) and Hasti (elephant) that once worshiped Shiva Lingam here and attained Moksham. Later continue drive towards Chennai & transfer to hotel. Have dinner & overnight stay at hotel.

Day-5: Departure

After breakfast check-out the hotel & departure to Airport for your onwards journey.

Tour concludes with the sweet memories & blessings of Lord Shiva..........

The Divine Experience of Jyotirling of Andhra Pradesh

Tour Code: DTSPAP-003
Duration: 2 Nights / 3 Days

Tour: Sri Mallikarjun Darshan (Srisailam)
Destination: Hyderabad - Sri Mallikarjun (Srisailam) – Mahanandi

Day-1: Arrive Hyderabad – Srisailam (270 Kms/5-6 hrs)

Arrive at Hyderabad Airport / Railway Station. Upon arrival, our representative will meet you and direct depart to Srisailam also known as Sri Mallikarjuna Jyotirling. Located in a picturesque environment of Nallamalai Hills, ‘Srisailam’ the abode of Siva and Sakthi is on the right side of the river Krishna in Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh. The presiding Deities of this Kshetram God Mallikarjuna Swamy are one of the twelve Jyothirlingas and Goddess Bhramaramba Devi is one of the eighteen Mahasakthis and both are believed to be self-manifested. The unique feature of this Kshetram is the co-existing of Jyothirlingam and Mahasakthi in one Temple complex, which is the rare and only of its kind. Upon arrival here check-in to hotel. Later have darshan & do Pooja. Evening perform in Shayan Aarti. Have dinner & overnight stay at hotel.

Day-2: Srisailam – Mahanandi (175 Kms/One way)

Have an early breakfast & depart to Mahanandi, is a village located east of the Nallamala Hills near Nandyal, Kurnool District, Andhra Pradesh, India. It is surrounded by forests. Within 15 km of Mahanandi, there are nine Nandi shrines known as Nava nandulu. Mahanandi is one of the Nava Nandis. Mahanandi is one of the Nava Nandis. The Mahanandiswara Swamy Temple, an important shrine, is located here. This ancient temple dates back over 1,500 years. The inscriptions of 10th century tablets speak of the temple being repaired and rebuilt several times.

These nine temples are Mahanandi, Shivanandi, Vinayakanandi, Somanandi, Prathamanandi, Garudanandi, Suryanandi, Krishnanandi (also called Vishnunandi) and Naganandi. Have darshan of all temples. Later reach & check-in to hotel. Have dinner & overnight stay at hotel.

Day-3: Mahanandi – Hyderabad – Deaprture (300 Kms/ 5-6 hrs)

This morning after breakfast check-out the hotel & drive towards Hyderabad. Upon arrival direct depart to Airport/ Railway Station for your onwards journey.

Tour concludes with the sweet memories & blessings of God..........


The Divine experience of Karnataka

Tour Code: DTSTKA-001
Duration: 7 Nights / 8 Days

Tour: Devine experience with Archeological Temples
Destination: Bangalore-Hassan-Mysore-Chitradurga-Hampi-Bangalore

Day-1: Arrive Bangalore - Local visit

Arrive at Bangalore at Airport / Railway Station, transfer to Hotel. Afternoon visit Bull Temple, Lal Bagh Gardens, Visveswaraiah Industrial & Technology Museum, Vidhana Soudha, ISKCON Temple etc. Have dinner & overnight stay at hotel.

Day-2: Bangalore – Belur – Halebed – Hassan (160 Kms/3-4 hrs)

After breakfast, proceed to Hassan. Upon arrival, check into hotel. Later visit Chennakeswara temple at Belur and the Hoyasaleswara Temple at Halebidu. These are some of the finest examples of temple architecture. Have dinner & overnight stay at hotel.

Day-3: Hasan

In the morning after breakfast proceed for darshan: Hasanamba Temple, Shri Lakshmi Narsimha Swamy Temple, Purdamma Temple, Raghvendra Swamy Matth, Sita Ramanjaneya temple etc. Have dinner & overnight stay at hotel.In the morning after breakfast proceed for darshan: Hasanamba Temple, Shri Lakshmi Narsimha Swamy Temple, Purdamma Temple, Raghvendra Swamy Matth, Sita Ramanjaneya temple etc. Have dinner & overnight stay at hotel.

Day-4: Hasan – Mysore (100 Kms/2-3 hrs)

In the morning check-out from Hassan towards Mysore. En-route visit Sravanabelagola "white lake of Jain hermit" is the leading 57 ft. colossal statue of the hermit Gomateswara built in 985 A.D. Afternoon visit Chamundeswari Temple, Maharajas Palace, and enjoy light and sound fountains at the Brindavan Gardens.

Day-5: Mysore – Chitradurga (285 Kms/4-5 hrs)

After breakfast check-out & leave Mysore for Chitradurg. Upon arrival here check-in to hotel. Aftewards proceed to visit the very famous Chitradurga fort, Ekanteswari Temple, Shri Dashratha rameshwara Vajra, Chandrawalli Archaeological site etc. Have dinner & overnight at hotel.

Day-6: Chitradurg - Hampi (145 Kms/3-4 hrs)

In Morning after breakfast check-out & leave for Hampi. Upon arrival here check-in to hotel. Aftewards proceed to visit: the very famous Virupaksha Temple, Achutaraya Temple, Shaashivekaalu Ganesha, Kadalekalu Ganesha etc. Have dinner & overnight at hotel.

Day-7: Hampi (145 Kms/3-4 hrs)

After breakfast leave for visits: Lotus Mahal, Vijaya Vitthala Temple, Elephant Stables, Lakshmi Narsimha Temples, Zanana Enclosure, Hampi Archaeological Ruins, Hazara Rama Temple, Minolithic Bull, Queen’s Bath, King’s Balance, Royal Enclosure, Chakra Tirtha, Lord Krishna Temple, Prasanna Virupaksha (Underground Shiva Temple) etc. Have dinner & overnight at hotel.

Day-8: Hampi – Bangalore – Departure (345 Kms/6-7 hrs)

After breakfast check-out the hotel & departure to Airport for your onwards journey.

Tour concludes with the sweet memories & blessings of God..........


The Divine experience of Oodisha (3 Night & 4 Days)

Tour Code: DTSTOD-002
Duration: 3 Nights / 4 Days

Tour: Devine experience Oodisha
Destination: Bhubneshwar – Puri - Konark

Day-1: Arrive Bhubneshwar – Puri Sightseeing

Upon arrival at Bhubneswar Airport/ Rly. Stn. and transfer to hotel. After fresh up visit the world famous Lord Jagannath temple. The majestic Jagannath Temple in Puri is a major pilgrimage destination for Hindus and is a part of the “Char Dham” pilgrimages. Jagannatha is not the only deity worshipped in the temple, though it is known as the 'Jagannatha Temple'. The deities of the Puri temple are generally known as the Trimurti (trinity) and also as Chaturdhamurti. The temple was originally built by the Kalinga ruler Anantavarman Chodaganga(1078 - 1148 CE). Much of the present structure was built by King Ananga Bhima Deva in the year 1174 CE. It took 14 years to complete and was consecrated in 1198 CE. Then Drive to satpada (Chilka Lake). Here book a motor boat ride in Chilka Lake. (Booking will be on direct payment basis) Enjoy the day at chilka lake (India's biggest inland lake spread over 1,100 square kilometers) Boating at the lake to spot the wild Asiatic Irrawaddy Dolphins at the mouth of the Bay of Bengal. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day-2: Puri – Konark – Puri

Morning after breakfast, excursion to Konark through marine drive. on the way visit some beautiful beaches , , Ramachandi temple, Chandrabhaga beach. Continue to drive towards Konark the Chariot of the Sun God temple, built by Laqngula Narasingh Deva in 13th century A.D. The Sun temple is known for its exquisite and intricate architecture and sculptures, an UNSECO World Heritge List of monument. The word 'Konark' is a combination of two words 'Kona' and 'Arka'. 'Kona' means 'Corner' and 'Arka' means 'Sun', so when combines it becomes 'Sun of the Corner', dedicated to Sun God. Konark is also known as Arka khetra. There are three different sides of the temple, positioned in proper direction to catch the rays of the sun at morning, noon and evening.King Narasimhadeva the great ruler of the Ganga dynasty had built this temple, with the help of 1200 artisans within a period of 12 years (1243-1255 A.D.). Since the ruler used to worship the Sun, the temple was considered as a chariot for the Sun God. Konark Temple was designed in the form of a gorgeously decorated chariot mounted on 24 wheels , each about 10 feet in diameter, and drawn by 7 mighty horses. It is really difficult to understand, how this huge temple, every inch-space of which was so wonderfully carved, could have been completed within such a short time. Whatever that might be, the konark temple even in its present ruined state, still a wonder to the whole world. Great poet Rabindranath Tagore wrote of Konark: "here the language of stone surpasses the language of man." Drive back to Puri, evening enjoy beach marketing and relax on beach. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day-3: Puri – Sakhigopal – Raghuraipur – Puri

Puri - Sakhigopal – Raghurajpur- Puri After freshen up in hotel visit Gundicha temple, the abode of Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra for 9 days in-between Rath Yatra festival to Bahuda Yatra. Then visit Raghurajpur is 12Km from Puri- the artisans’ village, is a living museum itself. Every household has a painter and can show you lavishly painted, the age-old tradition paintings on canvas, skil (tassar) and other varieties like Pattachitra, papiermache, masks, stone idols, sculptures, wooden idils and toys and many more.The recently drawn mural paintings on the house walls are a step forward to make impression about survival of the past glory. One can contact any house in this village for the painting. The village ambience is also heart touching. This is a Heritage Craft Village of Odisha. Then visit Sakhigopal also known as SakhigopalSatyabadi--is famous for the shrine of Lord Krishna. Although the Sakhigopal temple was built during the 19th century, the legend has it that the Krishna image was brought here by King Prataprudra Deva after his victory over Kanchi (South India).The life-size image is standing with flute and Radha is standing on the left side. The images are very beautiful and impressive.Back to Puri. Free at beach for beach activities. Reach back & overnight at Hotel

Day-4: Departure

Morning after breakfast, check-out from the hotel and departure transfer to Airport or Rly. for your onwards journey.

Tour concludes with the sweet memories & blessings of God..........


The Divine experience of Tamilnadu (6 Nights & 7 Days)

Tour Code: DTSTTN-002
Duration: 6 Nights / 7 Days

Tour: The Devine experience of Tamilnadu
Destination: Chennai-Chidambaram-Tanjavur-Madurai-Rameshwaram-Kanyakumari-Trivandrum

Day-1: Arrive Chennai – Pondicherry – Pitchavaram – Chidamabaram (233 Kms/4-5 hrs)

Upon arrival at Chennai Airport, met & greet service by company executive. Later direct departure to Pondicherry (162 Krns / 3.5 hrs) visit Aurobindo Ashram, Ganesh Mandir and Beach. After lunch proceed to Pitchavaram (16 Krns) a place of rare scenic beauty with its serene Back waters and then proceed to Chidambaram (55 Kms/ 1hrs) visit Lord Nataraja Temple, The cosmic dancer (Lord Siva). Overnight stay at hotel.

Day-2: Chidambaram – Tanjavur

Morning after breakfast, proceed to Thanjavur (130 Kms) enroute visit Vaitheeswaran Kovil, an ancient temple dedicated to Shiva. It is said that Angarakan Mars. Visit Nagore (Nagore Dargah), Velankanni (Roman Catholic Church). Upon arrival at Thanjavur, check into hotel. Evening visit the famous BrihadeshwaraTemple (built by Chola Kings). Here you can see Giant Nandi carved in a single stone, which is considered to be the second largest in India. Have dinner & overnight stay at hotel.

Day-3: Tanjavur – Madurai (190 Kms/3-4 hrs)

Today, after check-out proceed to Madurai. Transfer & check-in to hotel. Later visit Meenakshi temple. Evening time is given for personal activities or shopping. Have dinner & overnight stay at hotel.

Day-4: Madurai – Rameshwaram (172 Kms/3-4 hrs)

After breakfast,proceed to Rameswaram (235 Kms/5 Hrs).visit Ramanathaswamy temple, take bath in 22 holy wells and visit Pamban bridge.overnight stay at hotel.

Day-5: Rameshwaram – Kanyakumari (390 Kms/7-8 hrs)

Morning after breakfast, proceed to Kanyakumari (395 Krns / 7.5 hrs) the land's end of India, is a meeting point of the great three seas - The Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal and Indian Ocean. The glory of Kanyakumari is its sunset and sunrise. Visit Vivekananda Rock. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day-6: Kanyakumari – Trivandrum (95 Kms/2-3 hrs)

Today after breakfast check-out & leave for Trivandrum. En-route covering with Kovalam Beach. Upon arrival here check-in to hotel. Aftewards proceed to visit the very famous Padmanabha Swamy Temple & Raja Ravi Verma Art Gallery etc. Have dinner & overnight at hotel.

Day-7: Departure

After breakfast check-out the hotel & departure to Airport for your onwards journey.

Tour concludes with the sweet memories & blessings of God...........


The Heritage Golden Triangle of Karnataka

Tour Code: DTSTKA-002
Duration: 5 Nights / 6 Days

Tour: Heritage Golden Triangle of Karnataka
Destination: Hampi-Badami-Pattadakal-Aihole

Day-1: Arrive Hampi – Local visit

Arrive at Belgaum/Bellary Airport / Hosepet Railway Station, upon arrival meet & greet and direct transfer to Hampi Hotel. Hampi village is the ruins of the city of Vijayanagara, situated on the banks of the Tungabhadra River in northern Karnataka. The temple town is famous for Group of Monuments, religious places and temples. Afternoon proceed to visit – Virupaksha Temple, Jain Temples & Carved Pillars etc. later reach back to hotel. Have dinner & overnight stay at Hosepet/Hampi hotel.

Day-2: Hampi – Local Sightseeing (Full day excusion)

Morning after breakfast, proceed for local sightseeing of Hampi as – Hemkunta Hills, Nandi Statue, Narsimha Vigraha & Stone Chariot etc. Have dinner & overnight stay at hotel.

Day-3: Hampi – Badami (130 Kms/2-3 hrs)

In the morning after breakfast drive towards Badami. It was formerly known as Vatapi, situated on top of the hill and famous for its rock cut structural temples,red sandstone and caves. The city has been selected as one of the heritage cities for HRIDAY. Upon arrival here proceed for visiting: Badami Cave Temples, Bhutnatha Temples, Mallikarjuna Temples and Jambhulinga Temples etc. Have dinner & overnight stay at hotel.

Day-4: Badami – Pattadakal (25 Kms) – Aihole (14 Kms)

This morning after breakfast proceed to Pattadakal. The world heritage site of Pattadakal is located on the left bank of the Malaprabha River and an important tourist centre in the state of Karnataka. Here visits: Virupaksha Temple, Chandrashekhara Temple, Mallikarjuna Temple, Kashi Vishwanatha Temple, Galaganatha Temple, Jambulingeshwara Temple, Jain Narayana Temple and Sangameshwara Temple etc. Afterwards reach to Aihole hotel. Check-in & Overnight stay at hotel.

Day-5: Aihole (25 Kms)

This morning after breakfast proceed to Aihole historic temple complex is a popular tourist spot in Karnataka and has more than 70 temples. Durga temple at Aihole is the best known of the Aihole temples and part of a pending world heritage site. Here visits: Durga Temple, Lad Khan Temple, Mallikarjuna Temple, Ravana Phadi Cave, Basavanna Temple & Hucchimalli Gudi etc. Afterwards reach back to hotel. Dinner & Overnight stay.

Day-6: Departure

After breakfast check-out the hotel & departure to Airport for your onwards journey.

Tour concludes with the sweet memories & blessings of God..........


The Splendours of Oodisha (3 Nights & 4 Days)

Tour Code: DTSTOD-003
Duration: 3 Nights / 4 Days

Tour: Devine experience Oodisha
Destination: Bhubneshwar – Puri – Konark- Satpada

Day-1: Arrive Bhubneshwar - Local visit

Upon arrival at Bhubaneswar Airoprt/ Rly. Stn. Transfer to hotel. Bhubaneswar Known as the “Temple City”, founded during the Kalinga Empire over 3,000 years ago, Bhubaneswar today boasts of a cluster of magnificent temples, which once boasted of more than 2000 temples. Still preserves over 500 of India's finest temples. If time permits visit Lingaraj Temple Constructed in 650 A.D. this temple is a unique specimen of Oriyan style of architecture. The most special feature of this temple is the presence of one thousand lingas in the north-west corner of the complex.. Dedicated to Lord Shiva as the name suggests, the temple was built sometime in the 7th century by the King Jajati Keshari. The Lingraj Temple houses a Shivalingam that rises to a massive height of 8 inches above the floor level and is about 8 feet in diameter as well. Lingaraj Temple is a spectacular specimen of Orissa style of temples with a hint of Kalinga style of architecture, covering a vast area of 2,50,000 sq ft., stand tall 180 ft.As many as 150 smaller shrines dot the temple complex. Non Hindus are not allowed inside the temple. Then visit Rajarani temple A popular 11th-century the Raja Rani Temple is locally known as the 'love temple' because it contains some sensuous carvings of women and couples. No images can be found inside the sanctum, and hence the temple is not associated with any particular sect of Hinduism. This is perhaps exactly where the charm of the temple comes from: the temple belongs to no specific sect and is open to all people irrespective of the deity that they worship and admire. However, the figures of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati carved on the walls strongly indicate that the temple has certain associations with Shaivism. Brahmeshwar Temple was built during 11th century A.D in honor of the presiding deity Brahmeshwar, who is a form of Lord Shiva. The 60-feet tall temple was the first to exhibit iron beams in construction and splendid iconography of dancers and musicians on the walls. The porch features carved ceiling with lotus, while the walls have motifs of lion head in abundance. Mukteshwar Temple is one of the most compact and smallest temples in Bhubaneswar, but is renowned for its imposing ceiling that is adorned with eight-petal lotus in the porch, and astounding stone archway. It was for the first time that carved images appeared in temple architecture, exhibiting beautiful lion-head motifs. “Mukteshwar” means “Lord who gives freedom through Yoga.” Parshurameswar temple the small but luxuriantly designed temple was built during 7th century and is one of the oldest in Bhubaneswar. The temple exhibits marvellous architectural artwork. After lunch visit khandagiri and Udaygiri caves and explore the age-old caves of Khandagiri and Udaygiri, carved by jain Monks in the 1st century BC, and were used as dwellings Aanand meditation quarters, were built under King Khaarvela of the Mahameghavahan dynasty. Overnight at hotel.

Day-2: Bhubneshwar – Konark – Puri

After breakfast drive to Puri en-route Dhauli, where a modern peace pagoda and ancient rock edicts mark the emperor Ashoka’s conversion to Buddhism. Dhauli, a sacred Buddhist site on the banks of the river Daya, where the great Kalingan were taken as a War place. Revered by Buddhists as the place where ancient Indian emperor Ashoka renounced violence and embraced Buddhism, the site pagoda , and see two of the rock-carved edicts declaring Ashoka’s new religious principles that date from 260 BC. Then view some rock-cut caves, medieval Hindu temples, and the renovated Shiva temple near Pagoda. Continue to Visit Pipli the artist village where locals produce appliqué art- a process of cutting coloured cloth into shapes of animals, birds, flowers, leaves , gods, goddesses and other decorative motifs and stiching them over a piece of cloth. These creations are fabricated into lampshades, handbags, cushion covers, or even garden umbrellas. Later visit Konark the Chariot of the Sun God temple, built by Laqngula Narasingh Deva in 13 th century A.D.. The Sun temple is known for its exquisite and intricate architecture and sculptures. An UNSECO World Heritge List of monument. The word 'Konark' is a combination of two words 'Kona' and 'Arka'. 'Kona' means 'Corner' and 'Arka' means 'Sun', so when combines it becomes 'Sun of the Corner', dedicated to Sun God. Konark is also known as Arka khetra. There are three different sides of the temple, positioned in proper direction to catch the rays of the sun at morning, noon and evening. King Narasimhadeva the great ruler of the Ganga dynasty had built this temple, with the help of 1200 artisans within a period of 12 years (1243-1255 A.D.). Since the ruler used to worship the Sun, the temple was considered as a chariot for the Sun God. Konark Temple was designed in the form of a gorgeously decorated chariot mounted on 24 wheels, each about 10 feet in diameter, and drawn by 7 mighty horses. It is really difficult to understand, how this huge temple, every inch-space of which was so wonderfully carved, could have been completed within such a short time. Whatever that might be, the konark temple even in its present ruined state, still a wonder to the whole world. Great poet Rabindranath Tagore wrote of Konark: "here the language of stone surpasses the language of man." Drive through marine drive to Puri, on the way visit Chandrabhaga beach, Ramachandi temple. Overnight at Puri.

Day-3: Puri - Satpada – Puri

After freshen up in hotel visit the world famous Lord Jagannath temple. The majestic Jagannath Temple in Puri is a major pilgrimage destination for Hindus and is a part of the “Char Dham” pilgrimages. Jagannatha is not the only deity worshipped in the temple, though it is known as the 'Jagannath Temple'. The deities of the Puri temple are generally known as the Trimurti (trinity) and also as Chaturdhamurti. The temple was originally built by the Kalinga ruler Anantavarman Chodaganga (1078 - 1148 CE). Much of the present structure was built by King Ananga Bhima Deva in the year 1174 CE. It took 14 years to complete and was consecrated in 1198 CE. Then Drive to satpada (Chilka Lake). Reach Satpada & book a motor boat ride in Chilka Lake. (On direct payment basis) Enjoy the day at chilka lake (India's biggest inland lake spread over 1,100 square Kilometers) Boating at the lake to spot the wild Asiatic Irrawaddy Dolphins at the mouth of the Bay of Bengal. Evening back to Hotel & overnight at Hotel.

Day-4: Departure

Morning after breakfast, check-out from the hotel and departure transfer to Airport or Railway station for your onwards journey.

Tour concludes with the sweet memories & blessings of God.........


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